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Thread: Game of thrones names - Oh my?!
June 10th, 2013 02:53 PM #21
I've been considering Sansa for a few years now, so I'd like to think I'm serious about it. Haha. I hope so, as I can definitely picture a little miss of mine with that moniker. Davos would be handsome on a boy. He's probably my favorite male character, so I think you have great tastemoving to new account with username I like more... since we can't just change them
June 10th, 2013 03:36 PM #23Senior Member
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I've read GOT and think that both Sansa and Leo are great names and I don't think the connection is obvious or problematic. I am turned off by the character though, because I find her character to be so annoying, but the name itself is so pretty and I don't think anyone from her generation would care about the connection to the books or show.
June 10th, 2013 08:32 PM #25
Sansa I think is a polarizing character in the series, so some will find her insipid. I don't mind, however, because I think that happens due to the genre. A lot of traditional fantasy fans prefer more "actiony" characters, so ones who center more around introspection aren't as beloved.
Thanks for the opinionmoving to new account with username I like more... since we can't just change them
July 20th, 2013 12:00 PM #27Senior Member
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Spolier alert here, but Sansa and the Lannisters will be connected even more...
Leo and Sansa as a sibset isn't that wacky. It wouldn't be cool to chose the name of a Lannister to pair with Sansa. No Tywin, Tyrion or Loras.
PS Sansa as a character grew on me. I think people will like her when she is in the Eyrie. Also, I like the way Tyrion says Sansa. It isn't san-sa. It is Saun-sa. Kind of like Davos isn't dave-os, it's Dah-vos. Davos is a pretty cool dude! He goes to Hell and back, and I pray that GRRM doesn't kill him off in some terrible way.
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July 20th, 2013 04:04 PM #29Member
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I watch the show and I made the connection immediately, but I don't think many people would.
Sansa has always sounded weird to me because it's the word for the olive oil waste in Italian (my first language).