Ser Gregor Clegane

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The Mountain That Rides, from George R.R. Martin\’s A Song of Ice and Fire.

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    17 Responses to Ser Gregor Clegane

    1. WE are the Knights who say NI!

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    2. We are now the Knights who say…”Ekki-Ekki-Ekki-Ekki-PTANG. Zoom-Boing. Z’nourrwringmm.

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    3. Bring us . . . .

      A SHRUBBERY!!

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    4. Everytime you masturbate, George R. R. Martin kills a Stark. Please, think of the Starks.

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    5. Didn’t you know? There are no Starks left (none of the good ones anyway). There’s Jon Snow, but he’s not even really a Stark. And the mountain that rides is awesome, pure win. But the dwarf is better.

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    6. The most impressive thing Martin has done is turn Jaime Lannister into anything other than the most repulsive, unlikable character in the whole series.

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    7. or atleast within 3 years of its appropriate time

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    8. deuce that comment was pure win. I really did LOL.

      I do very much like the dwarf.

      I was really sad when they killed the King of the North. that was hard.

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      • Yeah, I thought they did that too early. The war turned against the North too quickly. I like how the Lannister’s have done a good job of winning on the battlefield and then self destructing once they held the realm, but it has made it harder to go on. Apparently Martin is having as hard a time as anyone else in figuring out how things should go forward.

        Dwarf is often sympathetic. Jon Snow is sympathetic. Jaime went from evil bastard to troubled soul. All the characters under 12 or so (except Arya, yeesh) pretty much are since they’ve had the situation thrust on them. Hard to think of many other adult characters who haven’t made it hard to like them.

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        • The whole war of four kings or whatever is really a sideshow, though. The real battle is going to be when Daenerys gets to Westeros, and whatever is going on north of The Wall starts to break through.

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    9. Have you heard about the HBO series casting? Sean Bean as Ned Stark and Mark Addy as Robert Baratheon. Peter Dinklage signed on as Tyrion a while ago.

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