Why Ned Stark wasn’t stupid or slow?

The fans of the books and the show are usually judge Eddard Stark unfairly when they say the length of time it took him to grasp the truth of Joffrey’s parentage shows he’s stupid or unintelligent, are wrong. There, I said it.

These fans are actually betraying their own ignorance of genetics. Consider the following facts: Robert Baratheon has three children who all look like their mother…and so does Eddard Stark. Should we then presume that Catelyn Stark has been schtupping Edmure?

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One quote from each episode of Game of Thrones

Now, it’s only a matter of days before Game of Thrones rules our television again, but until then, we’ve got to do away with bits and pieces.

So, here, I bring to you the best quote from each episode. So, get ready for your journey across The Long Night, wipe that grease from your mouth and put that fat pink mast inside your pant (WARNING: the last one is only for men).

FAN THEORY: How A Song of Ice and Fire will end

Ok, this article will tell you how would ASOIAF end. So, take a sip of ale, wipe that bit of grease from your face and start reading.

Now, a very big inspiration for GRRM has been Robert Frost’s poem, Ice and Fire. So much so that he even named the title of his series after the poem, A Song of Ice and Fire.

In the poem, as you would’ve noticed, fire stands for desire and ice for hate. So in actuality, it is a analysis between desire and hate, and which of the two would cause the destruction of the world. For clarification, GRRM has also stated that the title of the series ‘A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE’ stands for desire vs. hate…

Why Game of Thrones is deteriorating as it moves away from A Song of Ice and Fire

Game of Thrones is awesome, no doubt about that; David Benioff and D. B. Weiss are dedicated, Peter Dinklage and Charlie Dance are captivating, the costumes are great and the opening title is something that truly shows the scope of Martin’s world in an interesting way. But there are only so many things one can do good.

There were problems from the beginning only, but the harm they did was not that visible. Here are the problems that have been choking the series from the beginning (Season 1-3, ie, when they had yet not deviated too far from ASOIAF).

Winds of Winter: A Satire

A satire that how the series will end and what will happen to the characters.

Ahhh…. just came back from 2036 using TIME PORTAL 512S. To cut my time on the way, I read The Summer of Starks, the eighth and final entry into A Song of Ice and Fire. But when I came back, I realized G.R.R.M. has not yet planned the book yet. So, I’m writing the series whole review down here…..