The Ravenry: Week of 6/22/2015

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As you may or may not know, Wars and Politics of Ice and Fire has its own Tumblr page (as well as its own Twitter and Facebook pages).  Even more excitingly, a little while back we here at the blog partnered with ASOIAF University to answer questions about A Song of Ice and Fire.  We – that is, myself and SomethingLikeaLawyer – take the text-based questions submitted to us, write up thoughtful text-based answers, and publish these answers on the Tumblr.

So every Monday we present to you The Ravenry.  We collect the questions we’ve answered during the previous week over on the Tumblr in post form, with a brief description of each, and publish it here, and link that post on Twitter and Facebook as well. It’s like Best Week Ever, except with fewer bright flashy graphics and probably no Paul F. Tompkins (not that he’s not welcome).

So, without further ado, here’s The Ravenry for the week of 22 June:

As always, we love to hear your text-based questions, so if you have a burning question about ASOIAF, click this link to send us a raven. The more specific the question, the better text-based answer we can write, although we do our best to answer them all.

Love you lots,

The Queen Regent (NFriel)

2 Comments

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2 responses to “The Ravenry: Week of 6/22/2015

  1. jreinatl

    SomethingLikeaLawyer explores Robert’s Rebellion in a world where Cersei married Rhaegar

    Does Robert’s Rebellion even happen if there were a Princess Cersei? With his daughter waiting in the wings to become queen, perhaps Tywin would have more aggressively plotted Aerys’s removal (either through a Great Council or during the Defiance of Duskendale), such that the tourney at Harenhall never happens, and Rhaegar and Lyanna never meet.

    Of course, this depends on how mutable you believe prophesy is; I obviously tend to think it’s pretty malleable.

  2. No One

    Do you think Sansa can inherit Harrenhall, since her grandmother was a Whent?

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