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What happened with Ros?

In season 3's episode "The Climb" Littlefinger discovers that she is a spy for Varys. As a result he gives her to Joffrey as a gift, he proceeds to shoot her with his crossbow. Warning ...
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Why did the ratings for Game of Thrones drop for the last season(s)?

No source material and the lack of George R.R. Martin's influence starting from Season 5 Game of Thrones followed the books closely until Season 4, but then the showrunners had to make up stuff as the ...
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Why did the ratings for Game of Thrones drop for the last season(s)?

Right off the bat, I want to point out that Game Of Thrones had such a wide audience that there are myriad different opinions on how good its ending was and what it should have done. My answer is but ...
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Isn't it a problem that both of these characters died during the trial by combat?

Obviously, neither Oberyn nor The Mountain is immortal. Even for a trial by combat that concludes "normally", the so-called winner will still die at some point, but by that time the trial by ...
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Why did Olenna give up Highgarden so easily in S07E03?

There's nothing in the books (pretty much everything in Season 7 is beyond any books currently written). There's not much in the actual script, either: for shock value, it cuts straight from the ...
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Do the Followers of the Seven believe in a devil?

I think it's debatable. I doubt there's any mention of such belief in TV adaptations. In The Sworn Sword, Lord of the Seven Hells is mentioned, but only once and as some demon lord, rather then a ...
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What is the maximum number of riders for a dragon in “Game of Thrones?”

According to A Wiki of Ice and Fire, there is only one rider at a time, but it is possible that a dragonrider can bring along a guest with them and/or that a dragon may take on/bond with more than one ...
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Isn't it a problem that both of these characters died during the trial by combat?

There can never be a tie in trial by combat. The contest ends and judgement rendered when one of the combatants dies or the accuser withdraws their accusations. The moment Oberyn died first, Tyrion ...
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Isn't it a problem that both of these characters died during the trial by combat?

As many users explained in the comments, trial-by-combat was the only chance for Tyrion - if his chosen champion won, he would have a better chance of surviving and being exonarated. Unfortunately, ...
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Is there such a thing as sacramental wine in the Faith of the Seven?

No usage of sacramental wine has been depicted so far in any of the books and in neither of the two TV shows. That being said, you are correct that the Faith of the Seven is based on the medieval ...
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