I have never watched GoT or read the books, but have just done a binge show catchup over the past 3 weeks to prep for this season. Fantastic. Your podcast reviews were a fun but dodgy moral compass along the way - thanks. As an old D&D player from the '80s, I heard one of you mention Prismatic Spray, so figured you might have some D&D familiarity. Now I've seen your site, I see you are more than familiar - I thought I heard the clatter of dice in the background... Should have realised earlier as GoT is pure heroin for the D&D player, especially the way we used to play.
On to my point. Now that I've finally made the D&D connection, I have decided alignments and character classes in my head. Here's a few to kick off:
Stannis Baratheon: Lawful Neutral Fighter
Brienne of Tarth: Palladin
Samwell Tarly: Lawful Good Cleric
Jamie Lannister: Chaotic Good Fighter
Jamie Lannister when he is in the same room as his sister: Lawful Neutral Fighter
Ned Stark: Lawful Good Fighter
Jaqen H'ghar : Lawful Neutral Assassin
Would like to see other's opinions...