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Good casting in my opinion. I pictured Mance a little younger when reading, but then Ned's supposed to be in his late 30s and Sean Bean's a fair bit older than that. Ciaran Hinds was fantastic as Caesar in Rome and I think he's going to take the role of Mance and truly make it is own.
Seen Anderson in a fair few British shows and movies, he's good and will suit the role well even though he could do with being a bit beefier to play Grey Worm. Not sure about Daario, he's not how I pictured him - too rough, not pretty enough.
To be honest, I think Skrien would be better as Grey Worm and Anderson better as Daario. But whatever.
Last edited by Singularity; Aug 20 2012 at 07:30 PM..
George R.R Martin: The Lion's Paw / Lion's Tooth business, on the other hand, is intentional. A small touch of the unreliable narrator. I was trying to establish that the memories of my viewpoint characters are not infallible. Sansa is simply remembering it wrong. A very minor thing (you are the only one to catch it to date), but it was meant to set the stage for a much more important lapse in memory. You will see, in A STORM OF SWORDS and later volumes, that Sansa remembers the Hound kissing her the night he came to her bedroom... but if you look at the scene, he never does. That will eventually mean something, but just now it's a subtle touch, something most of the readers may not even pick up on
Okay, I figured this needed to be posted because omg I never noticed. I also wonder what the significance could be later on. I assume it will have an impact when/if the Hound ever sees Sansa again. I also wonder what's making her misremember these things. It could be hinting at a mental breakdown I suppose. Or the SanSan shippers have been onto it all along. She remembers the Hound kissing her because she wanted it to happen.
I watch it, and I'm a huge fan, haha.
It took a while to get all of the characters straight because there are A LOT of them, but it's still awesome.
I started watching in the middle of season two like an idiot and fell in love with it, so I went back and watched it from the start.
My favorite character is Tyrion Lannister; I don't care if most of the fandom hates him, haha. He's witty and funny, sure. But he has gone through so much in his life that makes him a much stronger character than that.