Third Battle of Tumbleton

A thought occurs: Jaime's Lannister army is returning to King's Landing, apparently, meaning he'd travel up the Roseroad from Highgarden.

The last time a large army moved up the Roseroad but was then attacked in battle by dragons...was during the Dance of the Dragons, first and second battle of Tumbleton.

Maps seem to indicate that it's in some hill country or low mountains, where the source of the Mander springs from.

Perhaps a natural choke point for any army coming up the Roseroad to King's Landing?

More importantly, if the events of Season 7 have any loose inspiration from the books...perhaps...perhaps Martin's writing about the first and second battles of Tumbleton in the Dance of the Dragons prequel novellas....was a foreshadowing of when Daenerys will do something similar in the next novel?--The Dragon Demands (talk) 15:19, August 2, 2017 (UTC)

Fate of the Tyrells

Oh crud...a theory going around, with no citable evidence, but a theory... is that the TV show might condense matters by keeping one minor Tyrell cousin alive, a woman like the "Tyrell lady" marry her off to Bronn. So he can claim Highgarden. The way that Hard Hugh Hammer and Ulf the White wanted.

...that's not implausible. Though I pine for Lollys Stokeworth to return.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 15:25, August 2, 2017 (UTC)

Auto playing video

The video I'm seeing is just the episode preview, not the Ramsay-Sansa one, so it must have been fixed. Now if only you could stop the videos from autoplaying in the first place. I'm a newcomer to this wiki but none of the other Wikias I follow do this and it is very annoying. 23skidoo (talk) 16:42, August 7, 2017 (UTC)


It's worth noting that ballistae aren't necessarily immobile, as there are known designs of ballistae being mounted on carts for transportation (called a "carroballista"), allowing for something similar to what we saw Bronn doing in the episode, although like it's been said it's meant to be crew-operated. I am that guy (talk) 04:39, August 8, 2017 (UTC)


I don't know if I'm missing something, but aren't the Dothraki and their arakhs meant to be ineffective in combat with heavily armored Westerosi soldiers? Jorah pointed this out back in Season 1.--Bovkaffe (talk) 20:01, August 8, 2017 (UTC)

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