Was Stannis the Mannis?


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A Optimistic

Don't know who that is (if it's House of the Dragon, I haven't seen it) nor why anyone sane would hate someone for not wanting to marry her kid off to a bastard. Seems pretty reasonable unless people really like this particular bastard or something. :mlpshrug


makes perfect sense for someone highborn in Westeros to not want their child to marry a bastard

HoD fans just don’t understand how the GoT universe works

A Optimistic

Just to be clear here, I meant this in the context of the Game of Thrones universe and the character being a noble of some description (I'm assuming). It's fucked up but reasonable given the circumstances and not worth hating a character over on its own.

Obviously in real life it would be abhorrent (unless the bastard was an i*c*st baby in which case, no).

yeah she’s a noble.

she was actually the queen and she only had one daughter. Makes perfect sense to not want to marry her off to a bastard


Any theories on what his fate would have ultimately ended up being in the books?

I used to have a whole head canon a few years back. It’s probably in my notes somewhere. I’ve legitimately given up on the last two books ever releasing,


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He is BORING. His sense of justice is warped. He has no hobbies or interesting flaws, his family is bland, and he's unpopular with pretty much every character outside of Davos and Melisandre.
Woah. You can just really type out anything on the Internet, huh.
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