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I will agree that excising Lady Stoneheart, if she really has been excised, was one of their few good changes. Arrington? I take it you're referring to Jon Connington and Aegon. I actually liked that plotline far more than anything Dany has ever done. So it's not like GRRM just pulled Aegon out of his ass for book 5. I'll give you that but introducing them as actual characters with a major storyline in Book 5 of a 7 book series is just awful. It'd be almost as dumb as having a major bad guy disappear for 8-9 books and then have him show up from halfway around the world with a giant army during a final big battle just when the good guys thought things were going well. That'd be just silly though. ood authors don't do things like that. I'd say GRRM's intro of Aegon and Connington so late in the game is far less egregious. Mostly because Aegon is almost certainly not the real Aegon, in which case he is neither a major hero, nor (due to what we've seen of him till now) a major villain. There was a quick shot of him checking one of their fallen buddies while Ned was running up to the tower. I guess he thought Ned didn't need his protection anymore because all of the protecting force was dead? (pretty stupid imo, there might have been a squire or page up there that might surprise Ned). Pretty interesting. So So Storm's End is taken, and a Lannister-Tyrell army is marching towards it. Aren't they also busy with the Faith Militant in King's Landing. Once the Vale throws its hat into the ring, and the Manderleys and Umbers start to show Roose Bolton the finger. GRRM has read it several times at various cons, and there are notes of it online dating back to 2011. IIRC it was originally a part of Dance, but he had to cut it so the book wouldn't be too big.

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