No, but seriously, imagine Snape teaching the Slytherin girls some spell on how to keep themselves clean. And the boys wouldn't know why the girls are having secret lessons with Snape and they'd try to sneak in and just glimpse Snape through a crack holding a pair of female lingerie. :lmao:
:lol: If truth be told though, he hasn't killed nearly as many important characters as people make out. Only Ned and Drogo and Robb and Catelyn. And Joffrey, but everyone wanted him to die, it would have been rude not to oblige. :lol: And honestly, the only ones that shocked me were Robb and Cat. The rest were more or less obvious.
5th. It's a very long book, the 5th. But now I'm finally ahead of the show with all the characters. :lol: And I can finally talk about Jorah being sent away. In the books, that happens waaaay before she reaches Mereen.
Ewwww! I just watched the last episode of GoT. Oberyn's death is not as gross in the books. He doesn't get his eyes put out and the Mountain doesn't squash his head like a melon. :rofl: He just sort of punches him in the face till he dies.
I haven't seen that episode yet, but I imagine seeing someone get their brains bashed in with a fist can't be too pretty. :lol: The man who plays the Mountain is HUGE though. Where did they find him. :lol:
Jon's story is so different than the books. :no: And Dany's.
Yes, Tyrion lives. He's the author's favorite character as well. Not that that means very much. :lol: But what happens to him after he escapes is really awesome. Because obviously, he will escape. Cersei is not very forgiving. :lol: