The Ravenry: Week of 3/28/2016


Hello, everyone!

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,  we here at the blog have partnered with ASOIAF University to answer questions about A Song of Ice and Fire.  We – that is, SomethingLikeaLawyer and I – take the text-based questions submitted to us, write up thoughtful, text-based answers, and publish these answers on the Tumblr.

What can I say this week. There was stuff. There’s always stuff. Edmure stuff, acclaim stuff, Robert’s Rebellion stuff, really good stuff by the Hand (is there ever anything else from him?) and decent stuff from me. House Words Wednesdays continues – House Florent. Read it. Or not, it’s all good.

Without further ado, here’s The Ravenry for the week of March 28:

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.

Be safe and make good choices,

The Queen Regent (NFriel)


Filed under ASOIAF Analysis, ASOIAF History, ASOIAF Military Analysis, Ravenry

3 responses to “The Ravenry: Week of 3/28/2016

  1. Ted Oh

    Hi! Thanks for responding to all of these questions and for your considered, reasoned answers!

    I asked the “Daenerys/Aegon Dance” question and I had some follow-up thoughts that I neglected to put in my original Tumblr question. Should I submit another question to the Ravenry, or is there another way I could ask?

  2. KrimzonStriker

    Gah, I’m not gonna read the Daemon Targayean post, it’d open up another can of worms between us, just that I think he would have been no worse then Daeron in terms of military expansionism, with a possible absolute completion of the conquest regarding Dorne, possibly even beyond that, and at the very least he wouldn’t have put up with the nonsense of the a civil war like his brother did.

    And HEY, that Kingsguard comment is unfair to the max, provided Rhaegar married Lyanna she’s part of the Royal household for which they are sworn to defend.

    • Sir Theodred of Pennytree

      completely agree with the lyanna coment, and she was carring a targaryen baby, that the kingsguard definetly had to defend.

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