Matthew Stevenson
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Gollum and the ring
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So obviously this is never actually stated outright in the books or movies but it seems to be implied that when the ring came to Gollum he was still quite young and, being one of the river folk, still ...

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Does what happened to Jon Snow make him immune to White Walkers?
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We can only speculate but I would say that it is unlikely. George R.R.Martin has said that he does not like the idea of bringing people back to life better than before. He wants them to be alittle ...

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Why did Gandalf only use his magic powers against the Balrog? Why not before?
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Interesting that you should say that. In the books he actually does. In the snow when they were passing over Caradhras, the rest of the Fellowship, tried and failed to make a fire, so Gandalf ...

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How were the coastal walls supposed to block the Kaiju?
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The wall was being built for psychological reasons. So the tax payers were not happy about funding the Jaegers when they sometimes did damage to the coastal cities as well. Remember most people have ...

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How was the White Walker aware of the situation?
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We can see that the Three-Eyed Raven/Crow is able to share visions with Bran and that they are able to see each other and interact within these visions. From this, we know that Greenseers can share ...

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Why did Tyrion give the Lannister pendant to Ros?
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I reckon it was just to piss Theon off, he knew she was a favourite of his, later Theon does say "I suppose gold's cheap for Lannisters" Ros then accuses him of being jealous which angers him further. ...

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Who are the three people who could match Jaime Lannister?
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I don't think I can name all three but we all know that one of them is Barristan Selmy. The only thing that puts that to doubt is that at the time, Ser Barristan wasn't actually in Westeros. Despite ...

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What happens when the Nazgul breaks the stick of Gandalf?
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So I re watched the scene and now I understand what it means. Remember when we first see the Balrog it was wielding a fire sword? It tried to strike Gandalf down but Gandalf's staff meets the sword ...

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Am I only missing nudity and violence?
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Not only does it really put the HBO stamp on the show and give it authenticity, but as well as this they seem to cram a lot of exposition into the sex scene's. In the first series especially. I fact ...

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Why wasn't Sauron invisible when he wore the Ring?
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The reason is because in the words of Gandalf "there is only one lord of the rings" and that is Sauron. The many will say that the ring turns the wearer invisible whereas in actual fact it merely has ...

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How does one identify Valyrian steel?
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You're all wrong. Only due to a minor technicality though. It is true that valyrian steel is often made from folding the metal in on itself, but not always, the blade cannot be recognised that way. ...

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