“The Bear and the Maiden Fair”
I had some audio issues to deal with on this one, but I think things turned out okay (there are still some issues with the first ten minutes or so, but after that things get better, I promise!). Balticon was great, and we have audio from our live show, which will be posted after I finish episode 8 audio editing.
During the Hangout, we referred to several images… here they are:
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P.G. Holyfield (author of Murder at Avedon Hill and SFM Founder
Chooch (Into the Blender Podcast Co-Host, and bassist of Ditched By Kate)
Vivid Muse (Into the Blender Podcast Co-Host), Girls’ Rules Podcast Host)
Christiana Ellis (too many podcasts to list here, but you can check out all things Christiana at her site).
Nuchtchas (Host of Nutty Bites Podcast)
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4 replies on “Audio: Beyond the Wall – Season 3, Ep. 7”
Really enjoying listening to the audio, even though I had listened previously to the video feed.
Of course, I once again want to argue with PG about the Wildling's logically moving south of the wall before heading to their established attack point: Castle Black.
I regret my cantankerous nature.
I love your cantankerous nature. 🙂
Did I cover in the video comments that during the discussion of Robert's King's Blood, I was reminded that the Baratheons are descendants of the ruling kings of the Stormlands, one of the Seven Kingdoms?
If so, I apologize for repeating it here.
There would have to be a magical reason for kings blood to be special, or Melisandre's faith in it that can work magic or whatever, but even though Robert took the throne from the Targaryens by force of arms and not rightful succession:
1) he still was acknowledged king, which might be enough for magic
2) he was descended from the Storm Kings (which again begs the question: why are the Storm Kings blood any different than Hot Pie's?) and
3) Robert's grandmother was a Targaryen, which gave him a tenuous tie to the previous dynasty.
It seems that there was enough there to justify Robert being something of a kingly dude, if we accept king's blood is charged with midichlorians, then his bloodline could be considered sufficient for blood magic rituals.
His blood is clearly chock full of plotonium.. and electrolytes. It's what plants crave!