Kajani wrote:On that point I disagree a bit. I think the rapid sucess of the Ironmen shows that the North had already sent a huge part of his men to the south. Several lords had not sent too much, but that the North was so much weakened that the mad Greyjoy thought it might be a easy prey says a lot (although this guy was never very wise when it comes to calculate the chances... )
Kajani wrote:Please forget not that the easy recapture was also at least in some part the result of Eurons new "strategy" (or insanity I would call it) - he withdraw nearly all men. The Ironmen did also destroy a lot of smaller hamlets if I am correct, and with very limited forces.
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