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wallyrus 5/10/2012 6:43:13 AM

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For those of you who have read the book, don't you remember?!  Bran, Rickon, Hodor and Osha havn't gone anywhere!  They're hiding, remember?  The whole thing with Roose Bolton's bastard, Reek and what not is still going to happen.

No Reed children, I don't think.  The show doesn't need them.  Bran has already sorta concluded that his dreams are real and he has his wildling caretaker.

ddiaz28 5/10/2012 12:43:51 PM

Spoilers refering to previous post

 

Haha, you know that totally slipped my mind wallyrus.  Guess it's been a while since I read book 2.  Although I knew Reek's part was still coming.  But I guess they can still make it so Catelyn and Rob think the boys are dead which will be good.  Theon can find them missing then go kill two other boys to pretend he killed Bran and Rickon.  Hope they do it that way.  It would add to the audiences' growing hatred of him.

I still think the Reeds are necessary.  They travel all the way beyond the wall with him.  It can't just be him and Hodor the whole time.  Unless they decide to keep Osha and Rickon with them but I hope not.  I always assumed we'd learn more about their fate in a future book.  We do know that Davos is on his way to retrieve him for Wyman Manderlay so for that to eventually happen in the show, Rickon and Osha need to go their separate ways. 

McQuestion 5/12/2012 11:01:00 AM

 I've read the first four books but they're blurring together. Aren't we going to see the Unsullied this season? Not much time left for that. 

ddiaz28 5/14/2012 7:07:18 AM

Minor Spoiler in answer to previous post

 

No, the Unsullied soldiers are feature in Storm of Swords.  They guard Astapor, a city that Danaerys goes to after Quarth.

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