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("They complained about Lord Commander Mormont too. Men love to complain about their wives and lords, he told me once. Those without wives complain twice as much about their lords.")
 
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“King Robert was well loved, and most men still accept that Tommen is his son. The more they see of Lord Stannis the less they love him, and fewer still are fond of Lady Melisandre with her fires and this grim red god of hers. They complain.” &mdash; [[Bowen Marsh]]<br />
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“King Robert was well loved, and most men still accept that Tommen is his son. The more they see of Lord Stannis the less they love him, and fewer still are fond of Lady Melisandre with her fires and this grim red god of hers. They complain.” [[Bowen Marsh]]<br>“They complained about Lord Commander Mormont too. Men love to complain about their wives and lords, he told me once. Those without wives complain twice as much about their lords.” [[Jon Snow]]{{ref|aDwD|10}}<noinclude><references/>[[Category:Feature quotes]]</noinclude>
“They complained about Lord Commander Mormont too. Men love to complain about their wives and lords, he told me once. Those without wives complain twice as much about their lords.” &mdash; [[Jon Snow]]<sup><sub>{{ref|aDwD|10}}</sub></sup><noinclude><references/>[[Category:Feature quotes]]<noinclude>
 

Latest revision as of 00:15, 18 July 2018

“King Robert was well loved, and most men still accept that Tommen is his son. The more they see of Lord Stannis the less they love him, and fewer still are fond of Lady Melisandre with her fires and this grim red god of hers. They complain.” —Bowen Marsh
“They complained about Lord Commander Mormont too. Men love to complain about their wives and lords, he told me once. Those without wives complain twice as much about their lords.” —Jon Snow[1]