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Bk Ray

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Unstable Molecule

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Subj: Re: Nah, it makes sense.
Posted: Fri May 24, 2019 at 04:55:52 pm EDT (Viewed 538 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Nah, it makes sense.
Posted: Fri May 24, 2019 at 03:20:17 pm EDT (Viewed 456 times)

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Well then it would have been nice if they had stated that peace talks were the point. Instead the topic of electing a king came about in a very, "hey guys, what if we do THIS" kind of way.

And even if peace talks were the point, what was the point of bringing along a condemned prisoner who wasn't allowed to speak (who then made the only - and very insufficient - case for the boy who would be king)?

Yeah, Sansa does make reference that there are thousands of Northerners outside willing to kill the Unsullied, but Greyworm remarks there are thousands of Unsullied too.

Yara is supportive of the Unsullied, so unlikely that the Iron Islands would support an attack, however the Vale, Riverlands, Stormlands and Westerlands armies would almost certainly be willing to strike dueto strong family ties to the Starks and Davos/Gendry's personal relationships to them. The armies will also want to get rid of 'foreign invaders'.

Sansa also made it clear she wanted both prisnors. Greyworm reluctantly took Tyrion, but couldn't bring himself to take Jon.

Both parties seemed tired of war. Plus, by working together to fight the undead had produced some sort of ties.

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