Now even You can die for the meager price of $20k!

Shadow – Thursday, June 12, 2014 12:21 AM
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If you know George R. R. Martin, you probably also know that death is hardly a rare occurence when your fate lies in his hands. Martin is probably known as the most notorious of character-killer writers, alive or dead. Since “Game of Thrones”, his name has become analogous with the gory and often cruel butchering of characters both liked and despised. His notoriety reached such heights that the man even gave birth to his very own brand of puns and memes: “Every time you beg me for something, I kill another Stark”, someone would wittily say, while another fan would simply replace the show’s title with “Everybody dies”.

But now, Martin feels it might be safer – for now – to kill characters you don't really care about after giving them a brief introduction. After all, the Starks are rapidly dwindling in numbers, while the remaining characters still need to be kept around for a bit longer. And this is where you come in.

He intends to raise money to prevent wolves in Santa Fe from starving, apparently, writing your death in the novel. This, on one hand, is a noble gesture, I must admit, and the only price to pay is a terrible death – but on the whole, is fairly overcomplicated, if you ask me. I, for one, could solve his problems with more elegance – the victim in question wouldn’t even need an introduction.

Just throw him to the wolves and be done with it!

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