George R.R. Martin has two strong consistencies in his professional life. One is writing infuriatingly mouthwatering food descriptions . The other is repeatedly reminding the world that he's still not over Game of Thrones cutting one of his favorite characters from the novels: Lady Stoneheart. Advertisement Stoneheart—the resurrected, undead form of Catelyn Stark who, in Martin's books, becomes the vengeful leader of the Brotherhood Without Banners, turning them into a bloodthirsty force enacting executions across the Riverlands for criminals she perceives as having aided the Lannisters enact the infamous Red Wedding— should have shown up by around Game of Thrones ' fourth season in 2014. But she didn't, and despite constant fan speculation about her arrival, she has yet to show up even as the HBO series barrels along to its conclusion. Back when her storyline would've made the most sense to appear, the team behind the show made it pretty clear that they didn't ever consider bringing Catelyn back as Lady Stoneheart, but that has not stopped fans from asking about her. And it's certainly hasn't stopped her most prominent fan, Martin himself, from spending the last few years telling the press that he's sad the show left her… Read full this story
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