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  • Arya and the Hound ne​ver go to the Bloody Gate, though they do go the Vale and learn of Lysa's death.

​The above text is from the wiki page and this is incorrect they never go to the vale sandor dies before reaching saltpans with arya. arya then goes on to sell the horse that she named craven and proceeds to try to get on a ship to get to the wall but she doesnt have enough gold and in turn shows the faceless mans coin and heads to braavos

i cant edit the page to reflect the difference more accurately.  all that needs to happen is to remove the part that says " though they do go the Vale and learn of Lysa's death."

They do reach the Vale in the book​, it's a village at foothills of the Mountains of the Moon, the one where Sandor helps the villagers build the palisade to protect them from the Mountain Clan raids. The village is right on the border of the Riverlands and the Vale. DRAEVAN13 03:50, June 2, 2014 (UTC)

What chapter is this in i would like to re read it. i understand now that she definitely was in the vale but i would like to read the part where they find out that lady arryn is dead. its been a long time since i read this book and would just like to re-read NeoNemesis116 (talk) 04:38, June 2, 2014 (UTC) NeoNemesis116 20170924192922

OK i just read the chapter over again while they do decide not to go to the eyrie but its because of the weather and possibly running into clansmen. they dont find out about lady arryns death.NeoNemesis116 (talk) 04:38, June 2, 2014 (UTC) NeoNemesis116

Another difference: Ralf Kenning is mercy-killed by Theon himself, the ironborn killed by one his own men is Dagon Codd, who gets an axe from Adrack Humble.
​Chapter 65, starting on page 726 in the European version and 893 in the North American version. DRAEVAN13 18:46, June 2, 2014 (UTC)

Please merge this content into the main "Differences" page: --The Dragon Demands (talk) 17:59, June 5, 2014 (UTC)