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5 responses to “Best warning to an audience”
Yeah, but I can’t trust Ramsay Snow! If Ned told me that, I’d be more apt to believe it.
Ned would have told Theon “in Winter, the lone wolf dies, but the pack survives.”
The Bastard of the Dreadfort is not to be trusted but in GRRM’s world villains are usually right 😉
Anyway I would go for a Syrio Forel’s quote: ” Fear cuts deeper than swords”.
The heroes will make them wrong! (As soon as some heroes are properly identified. Since they might be villains too.)
Great Syrio quote!
… and kicking! 🙂