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Bran's Vision

I got a lot of the images matched with their respective episodes, but some I dont have.

In other news, it appears that Nikolaj Coster-Waldau played Jaime in the Mad King flashbacks, which is a bit interesting given that Young Ned was played by a younger actor duing the Tower of Joy flashback.  TheUnknown285 (talk) 04:12, May 30, 2016 (UTC)

The flashback/vision doesn't have a closeup on young Jaime, and Coster-Waldau is still part of the cast unlike Sean Bean.--Gonzalo84 (talk) 04:37, May 30, 2016 (UTC)

Dear god they screwed up the Mad King's appearance. After everything.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 05:09, May 30, 2016 (UTC)

Exactly my thoughts... perhaps not those meter long nails but at least long ones, and a shaggy beard.--Gonzalo84 (talk) 05:36, May 30, 2016 (UTC)

Frankly I'd have settled for a fake prop beard.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 18:14, June 4, 2016 (UTC)

Guys! I don't know if I'm crazy or something, but in Bran's second vision (when the Mad King appears) I think I heard someone (probably Aerys) shouting 'Rhaella' (the Mad King sister/wife), right after Robb dies. I don't know if it was that or something else. What do you think?   DreuTzZ (talk) 05:06, July 1, 2016 (UTC)

Faith Militant symbol

Blood of My Blood 16

Geometric kinda hexagonal symbol behind the High Sparrow, only half-visible in this screenshot

There’s a curly geometric symbol seen in the scene with the High Sparrow and King Tommen, but it has six instead of seven tips (like the heptagram frequently seen as a symbol of the Faith of the Seven). Does it mean anything or is it just decoration? Crissov (talk) 08:59, May 30, 2016 (UTC)

It's the Tyrell rose, I think. - Xanderen signature 10:47, May 30, 2016 (UTC)
House-Tyrell-Main-Shield

House Tyrell Main Shield

That seems to have five tips only – and it wouldn’t make sense in the location. Crissov (talk) 19:15, May 30, 2016 (UTC)

Stark family vows.

The show has contrived to release each Stark from a vow (and a detractor from plot development in regards to the Stark subplot) from the last three episodes:

  1. Jon Snow renounces his vow of servitude to the Watch when he tosses his old cloak to Ed Tollett.
  2. Sansa Stark renounces her vow of marriage to Ramsay by declaring war on the Boltons.
  3. Arya Stark renounces her vow of devotion to the Many-Faced God by refusing to murder someone.

The vows and the manner in which they were broken is a nice reminder of how honor is #1 for the Starks. Now here's to Arya offing Walder Frey by the middle of season seven.

 Speedit   talk contribs  17:15, May 30, 2016 (UTC)

No, not at all. Jon left the Night's Watch pointing out that his vows were "until death". Sansa's marriage to Ramsay was both a sham and, frankly, illegal because it as bigamous (while unconsummated, she never annulled her marriage to Tyrion, thus any subsequent marriage isn't even binding). As for Arya....that wasn't a "formal vow" as you'd call it, and if anything she was deciding "I can't dishonorably kill someone if I don't think they deserve it".--The Dragon Demands (talk) 18:16, June 4, 2016 (UTC)