Hook, Line, and Sinker (13.1)

Tho mayst listeneth where tho arst noweth…

Or tho mayst move thineself yonder to listeneth with thine cursed earholes…

https://the-princes-that-were-promised.pinecast.co/episode/9dabd2ba-2a14-46e7-a856-1badd4fcf5bc

Undoubtedly, tho knowst in thine own heart tho can go wherever the fucketh…

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…and so The Princes That Were Promised journey down a familiar road full of rage upon which the fine line between the necessity for foolishness to move forward the story and the awe at the finely written thoughtlessness of one noble lady, in particular, is razor-sharp.

Yes, John has been waiting for this episode almost as long as he has been waiting for The Winds of Winter.

A deep analysis of Catelyn Stark has been a royally gestating idea since the beginning of #TPTWP. It was a joke until it wasn’t.

In the first part of Hook, Line, and SinkerThe Wardens of Long Island cover all the bases. The history of The Riverlands is kept brief and the lead-up to the rule of House Tully as Lords Paramount of the Trident is explained with the hopes of shedding light on the dark crevices and recesses that make up the analytical mind of The Lady of Winterfell– Catelyn Tully Stark.

The artwork featured for this episode is titled The Fall of Harrenhal by Rene Aigner. More of his amazing work can be found right the F HERE.

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