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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#1 - anon id: bd543d1d
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Whats up with Sandor Clegane's relationship with Sansa? Why is he so keen on protecting her when he generally doesn't give a ****? Is it a matter of attraction?
User avatar #10 to #1 - theshadowed
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In the books, at the Battle of the Blackwater, when Sandor goes to Sansa's room, there is a confusion in events.

According to Sansa, the Hound kissed her.
According to the Hound, he didn't.

And according to G.R.R.Martin, they're relationship and this confusion is rather important
#9 to #1 - pitch
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Check tumblrs "sansan" tag for tons and tons of meta on this topic.   
Sandor is love.
Check tumblrs "sansan" tag for tons and tons of meta on this topic.

Sandor is love.
#4 to #1 - knowstoomuch
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Ok, I might get a little spoilerish here, so forgive me if you continue to read my comment and I ruin some of the story for you. I will only speak about four characters, Littlefinger, Sansa, Sandor, and Gregor.

In the show, Littlefinger tells Sansa a story about how Gregor burned Sandor's face cause of a toy. In the books, Sandor is the one to tell this to Sansa. In fact, Littlefinger's role in the show in HUGE compared to what it is in the books, at least in presence. The books never give his perspective on things. All we know is what Littlefinger tells other people, and you can't trust **** from him EVER.

It's not Sansa that Sandor is protecting. It's all people. Sandor is not a nice guy, he admits to it and rightfully accuses others of their own corruption, which is why he refuses to be called a knight, because all knights are bastards like Gregor. In the same conversation where Sandor explains his burns to Sansa he explains that she is a beautiful bird, useless but aesthetically amusing, where he is a mad dog, monstrous ugly and murderous. Dogs like him will always treat birds like Sansa well because they are stupid and corrupt and fiercly loyal for all the wrong reasons.

TL;DR Littlefinger steals everyone's lines in the show, which makes all of that character development USELESS because Littlefinger is a LYING SACK OF ****.
#7 to #4 - anon id: f76b0a9c
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well, i dont know if you have read it all, Littlefinger does have a huge role in the books
#14 to #7 - knowstoomuch
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He does, but he does not get his own personal scenes like he does in the show. We never see things from his perspective/mind, like we do in the show.
User avatar #61 to #14 - thegamegestapo
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To be honest a scene from Littlefinger's point of view would just be overwhelming/

Plot to kill Hand of the King
Plot to manipulate Lannisters into killing king
Plot to mess with ex girlfriends husband/ new Hand of the King
Plot to undermine new King
Plot to overthrow King
Lol jk. Plot to betray Hand

Plot to acquire Riverlands
Plot to kidnap ex girlfriend's daughter
Plot to arrange for Tyrell's to kill new King

#69 to #61 - larknok
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Littlefinger and Cersei are such sack of **** characters. Always treating other people like **** and always winning. If they weren't such interesting characters I'd have had the Hound cut their heads off eons ago.
User avatar #74 to #69 - thegamegestapo
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Littlefinger is the real antagonist of the series. He's an asshole, but he's very good at being an asshole.

As for Cersei... well I just don't see her luck lasting much longer.
#86 to #74 - anon id: bd543d1d
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yeah, Cercei is imprisoned by pilgrims
User avatar #2 to #1 - dxninjaxo
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#3 to #2 - anon id: bd543d1d
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do you enjoy acting like such a retard
User avatar #11 to #3 - dxninjaxo
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as a matter of fact, yes