Will we learn why the Shadow is given that name?
Including what actually is casting the Shadow? /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
There were 19 skulls at the throne room. Aegon had only three dragons when he landed. I'd like to know the names of the dragons and their relationship.
ADWD gave us 2 more names, and of course there's Silverwing. Still leaves 13 unaccounted for (since the names given in the TV series were Bryan Cogman's invention).
including the tale of how the Vale came under Targaryen rule.
Out of the all the historical gaps in the books, this one seems the most noticeable. Not that it's probably that epic or interesting, just that it's a loose end it'll be good to have tidied up.
Which houses sided which candidate at the Dance of Dragons.
This, and the First Blackfyre Rebellion. If my gaming group ever reconvenes, we might do a Blackfyre Rebellion campaign, and this would be interesting info. It'd also be cool to get info on the Third and Fourth Rebellions (since we know about the first two from the D&E short stories and the fifth - the War of the Ninepenny Kings - from other sources).
Edited by Werthead, 24 May 2012 - 06:20 PM.