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2012-05-03 03:04:14 PM
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knightofargh: SpoilerAlert: What other lists could we make up?

What farker would they be?


Robert Baratheon = Drew Curtis
Cersei = Grable's Daughter
Tyrion = Pocket Ninja
Jon Snow = Gat_00
Hodor = meowsaysthedog
Joffery = Bevets


Hmmm...I like this game...
2012-05-03 02:19:11 PM
3 votes:
Everyone would be Neutral Evil except Stannis, who's Lawful Neutral, Tyrion, who's just Neutral, and Joffrey, who's Chaotic Evil. Oh, and Jon Snow, who is Lawful Knows Nothing.
2012-05-03 02:14:32 PM
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cannotsuggestaname: that was written by someone that doesn't really understand the alignments of D&D (any version). Most of those are very wrong.


It's GoT, mostly Lawful Neutral, Lawful Evil with an occasional sprinkling of Chaotic Evil for flavor.

As opposed to GRRM, who is Pedantic Hungry.
2012-05-03 03:52:28 PM
1 votes:
Sansa: Neutral bone-numbing stupid.
2012-05-03 02:46:07 PM
1 votes:
There are a lot of lists like this. What boxer would they be, what presidential candidate would the be, etc. I haven't seen one suggesting what Halloween Costume a character would probably wear.

Now obviously Ned Stark would go as the Headless Horseman because of his love of horse riding. Tyrion could go as a secret service agent and spend all night asking where whores go. Cersei could go as Sinead O'Conner. Jamie could be the killer from The Fugitive movie. Jon Snow could go as Hamlet. Catelyn Stark could be something boring, like a zombie.

What other lists could we make up?
2012-05-03 02:33:06 PM
1 votes:

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: War of the Roses had dragons, zombies, and wizards? Holy shiat, I need to bone up on my English history! :p


Hence "reskinned" brah.

And some of the aristocracy in the era would resemble zombies due to inbreeding. It's only incest if your sister is ugly, if she's hot it's wincest.
2012-05-03 01:40:24 PM
1 votes:
Robert may be a poor and often lazy king, but he clearly has a solid belief in the rule of law. Jack Sparrow is probably the best example of a truly chaotic neutral character in popular culture.

"Chaotic neutral characters like to indulge in everything. This is the insurgent, the con-man, gambler, and high roller; the uncommitted freebooter seeking nothing more than self-gratification...According to chaotic neutrals, laws and rules infringe on personal freedom and were meant to be broken. This character is always looking for the best deal, and will work with good, neutral, or evil to get it; as long as he comes out of the situation on top. The chaotic neutral is constantly teetering between good and evil, rebelling, and bending the law to fit his needs."
 
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