I think the man without a face, the one who killed those people for the little girl, is one of the best characters in the series. He might be the best actually, for me personally.
It's always interesting when he's in a scene.
Don't spoil anything, but do we ever see him again?
In the books, he appears in one more chapter so far, and it's not even a normal POV chapter, it's a prologue in I believe book 4. So it's likely we won't see him much more or for some time at best, and it's not impossible we've seen the last of him.
The book fans really dig him too, and it's also very possible he pops up again before everything is said and done.
I dont think anyone saw this in the other thread so I'll post it here...
Well I was reading through some Prophecies from the novels today and came up with an idea of how I think some of the major characters storys will play out based on the prophecies.
Do not read the white text if you dont want to know what could likely happen of if you haven't finished the first 5 books. Spoilers will be below.
I was reading peoples speculation of what some of the House of Undying prophecies meant today that were written before book 5. Now that book 5 is out they need to be reevaluated because of the new information we learned in book 5.
Glowing like sunset, a red sword was raised in the hand of a blue-eyed king who cast no shadow. A cloth dragon swayed on poles amid a cheering crowd. From a stone tower, a great stone beast took wing, breathing shadow fire...mother of dragons...slayer of lies...
The first vision of the blue eyed King with no shadow is Stannis. The second cloth dragon is Aegon.
What this prophecy is suggesting is that Dany as the Slayer of Lies will defeat Stannis and prove he is not Azor Ahai reborn. The next lie she will slay is the lie that Aegon Targaryen is a Targaryen. He is actually a Blackfyre and she will defeat him at Dragonstone.
The second prophecy that stood out says...
Her silver was trotting through the grass, to a darkling stream beneath a sea of stars. A corpse stood at the prow of a ship, eyes bright on his dead face, gray lips smiling sadly. A blue flower grew from a ***** in a wall of ice, and filled the air with sweetness...mother of dragons...bride of death...
This suggests that Jon Snow (the corpse) will infact come back (Azor Ahai reborn maybe?) and make his way across the narrow sea and cross paths with Danaerys. They will marry eachother making Dany the Bride of death. The blue flower from the wall of ice suggests Jon is Lyannas son from Rhaegar.
What I'm thinking now. Is maybe.....The Song of Ice and Fire is the love story told about Jon Snow (Ice) and Danaeys Targaryen (Fire).
In my opinion this is what will happen. Its all in the books. What do you guys think?