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“An ant who hears the words of a [[:Category:Monarchs|king]] may not comprehend what he is saying,” [[Melisandre]] said, “and all men are ants before the fiery face of [[R'hllor|god]]. If sometimes I have mistaken a warning for a [[:Category:Prophecy|prophecy]] or a prophecy for a warning, the fault lies in the reader, not the book." -[[Melisandre]]{{ref|aSoS|54}}
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“An ant who hears the words of a king may not comprehend what he is saying, and all men are ants before the fiery face of [[R'hllor|god]]. If sometimes I have mistaken a warning for a prophecy or a prophecy for a warning, the fault lies in the reader, not the book.” —[[Melisandre]], to [[Stannis Baratheon]]{{ref|aSoS|54}}<noinclude>{{references}}[[Category:Feature quotes]]</noinclude>
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Latest revision as of 00:10, 18 July 2018

“An ant who hears the words of a king may not comprehend what he is saying, and all men are ants before the fiery face of god. If sometimes I have mistaken a warning for a prophecy or a prophecy for a warning, the fault lies in the reader, not the book.” —Melisandre, to Stannis Baratheon[1]