The Princes That Were Promised
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Born amidst salt and smoke...Beneath a bleeding star... Just off the Long Island Expressway...
The Princes That Were Promised discuss the History of Westeros and The Known World. Join John and Seannie-Wan every week as they share their thoughts and observations for beginners and novices to #GRRM's 'A Song of Ice and Fire,' including analysis of the TV adaptation 'Game of Thrones' and all production news for HBO's Earth-shattering series.
Any update to the break-neck speed of #GRRM's writing that trickles from the void, or any fantasy/science-fiction property of Royal interest can also be the topic of Royal conversation.
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Born amidst salt and smoke- Just off the Long Island Expressway- Beneath a bleeding star...
The Princes That Were Promised make a pit stop on the Catelyn Stark Memorial Highway- a (fake) highway with tolls every 20 yards, as well as poorly engineered tressels and footbridges that are built so low the tops of SUVs are damaged and 20 car pile-ups occur daily.
Before the events of ASoIaF and shortly after a 12-year-old Catelyn Tully was promised to Brandon Stark of Winterfell, Hoster Tully, The Lord of Riverrun and Lord Paramount of the Riverlands, negotiated another marriage pact with Tywin Lannister, The Lord of Casterly Rock and Warden of the West. This marriage would have been more lucrative for Hoster than the shipment of his eldest daughter to the cold, hard North.
However, the marriage seems as though it would be beneath the son and heir to Tywin Lannister. Jaime Lannister, before he was a knight of The Kingsguard, was very nearly promised to Lysa Tully, the second, and possibly stupider, and definitely crazier daughter of Lord Hoster.
John and SeannieWan muse on the reasons why Lord Tywin, at the time The Hand to the King, would have even entertained the notion, let alone pulled the trigger. If not for Aerys Targaryen, as far as the information available, Lysa Tully would have become Lysa Lannister and The Lady of Casterly Rock. This would have been like... really horrible and probably gross and depressing for Ser Jaime (#PukeCityMayorJaimeLannister).
If Aerys Targaryen prevented this marriage from happening... why would Ser Jaime slay him?
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The Princes That Were Promised are John and SeannieWan.
Every week they tear apart Westeros and sift through the pieces to bring their Leal and Loyal Subjects the history of the Realm and The Known World from both George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire and HBO's adaptation, Game of Thrones.
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Rated 5 out of
Travis of the Vale
Entertaining and Informative
This podcast's quality has improved immensely from their early episodes. The chemistry between the two hosts is electric and they are passionate about the material they cover. Waiting for 'The Winds of Winter' is down-right depressing, but listening to these guys analyze the published books in ASoIaF makes me laugh and love the story more than I already do.
Date published: 2017-01-27