Nymeria Pao

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  1. Although I did love this episode, I have to say Jamie falling into the "bottomless puddle" (kudos to weavves on /r/asoiaf for coining that) was a bit much. I understand they are trying to mimic Tyrion being pulled down by the Stonemen in "Valyria" but really. Did you see where Drogon and Dany were? How was that water so deep....
  2. I think LSH of the books needs to have some reason for being alive other than just killing Frey's. Although I do agree that Arya's arc in the books does not seem to be leading us to an Arya/LSH but the show's Arya is a completely different beast. D&D's Arya did not learn the lessons that GRRM's Arya learned in Bravos. And the only way I can see them bringing her back to where she should be in ASoIaF is this way. I mean, did you see that smile on her face in the last scene. I think Arya of the books has learned too much about death to be so gleeful about it. Even to someone on her list. And in the show, I am thinking D&D trying to live up to George's story, will not make it easy at all for the Stark kids left. And as per the books, if LSH did resurrect Arya, I don't think Arya would turn into LSH. I think that is just in the show. I think it would be Catlyn's redemption. Bringing her child back to life. Giving her "life" for her child's. I think that is a beautiful way for LSH to become Catlyn again. I am probably wrong but I do think this is the way for them (D&D) to make the story "work." Thank you for your thoughts!
  3. Thank you!!! I agee 100% that D&D's Arya is in real need of a redemption arc. Did you see that smile when she slit Walder's throat... Also, I do see a correlation between the Bran, Jon and possibly Arya. Bran's "death" (falling from the tower) brought on his powers. Jon's death (in the show) made him who he became in the season ending (not sure now to use the spoiler there) and I think Arya's death will prompt her to become something too. I think in the books their deaths bring out their respective warging powers but do not think D&D will give anyone else other than Bran that power. I'm afraid I don't think Sansa will make it. But I am basing that on Lady dying.... I can't wait till TwoW comes out!!!!!
  4. Oh I like the idea that if it is not Arya it could be Mel. And again I am only basing this on the show. But I still truly believe that it is the way to tie up the LSH story into GoT's story. And I can def see Arya leading BwB! I do think that if Arya (whether LSH or not) does not let go of all the hate and vengeance her arc can only lead to her death. Which I am hoping won't happen. And we still have yet to "see" Nymeria in the show again. Her story has been changed (as most of the stories in the show) so much. No wolf dreams. No wolf girl. No real lessons learned at the House of Black n White. The only way I can see it making sense that D&D changed and/or cut out all that, is for her to be resurrected as LSH. I am probably wrong, but in my head it would make sense in D&D's story.
  5. As we all know with 100% certainty Catlyn as LSH will not be in GoT. But as we've seen in season 6 Beric is still alive and TBwB is still a major plot. So based on the hints D&D have included in their story (I will not call it ASoIaF anymore) I think what will happen is that somehow Arya will be killed trying to get to the people on her list and Beric will give Arya his life as he did to Catlyn in the books. I think Arya will be LSH. Maybe in the books LSH will come upon Arya's body and give Arya her life as Beric had given his to her??? If someone else has already thought of this, please send me a link! Also if my theory holds ground what do you think Arya's nature will be once resurrected? Will she be full of vengeance as her mother was? She is pretty much full of vengeance now so what would be the difference if she becomes "LSH"????
  6. I wasn't implying that because he was a Dayne that he was good. I just meant that the Daynes probably knew that fAegon was close. A way for him to get Dawn. Was Vorian Dayne the one Nymeria sent to the wall? I'm still in the mind set, the more I read and reread, that Dawn is a great candidate for Lightbringer. I mean the way it is described, it looks like no Valyrian sword but has all the properties of a Valyrian sword. And the milky white blade... I can see it (in my minds eye) light up in flames. And bc it looks like ice it could be ice and fire.
  7. I'm sorry you lost me there. What are you implying by saying not all of them stayed there? If all the Dayne's stayed in Starfall? Or are you saying the Daynes populated all of Westeros? Or are you saying the Starks are really Daynes. I can go with Dawn being the original Ice but not more than that. And I still think Dawn is Lightbringer.
  8. Am pulling out TWoiaf right now to reread the Dayne section!
  9. You are correct. I don't know why I thought she had slivery hair.
  10. Wow! I hope you are not right. Lol. But am not sure he is actually a villain. He is a Dayne. Maybe he "knows" that fAegon is coming and wanted to get Myrcella out of the way? He kinda reminded me of the Rouge Prince in his description.
  11. You are probably right. But Tyrion didn't notice young Griff's eye color at first. His dyed hair masked the color of his eyes. Couldn't the Septa's brown hair be dyed? And in response to that her eyes might have been masked? Ugh. I am probably barking up the wrong tree. Lol. But I would really like it (seems to tie GRRM's hints together) if Dawn was Lightbringer. Will search more in the older posts.
  12. Thanks! Just read your post. Thought it was fantastic. Gave me a few thoughts. I def think that the original Ice could very well be Dawn! But am not 100% on board that Dawn isn't lightbringer. And even if Dawn is still at Starfall fAegon could get it. Isn't he in Dorne? How hard would it be to go get it? Why couldn't Lemore be Ashara?
  13. I know there is a split between Jon or Dany being AA. But no matter who AA is (I am leaning towards Jon at this point,) I think there is enough evidence to show that Dawn is Lightbringer. If that is true how will Jon/Dany get Dawn? If the Septa with fAegon is Ashara Dayne, could she have Lightbringer with her? And maybe give it to fAegon who then loses it to Jon or Dany? If this is a topic already discussed please post the link for me!
  14. I agree. It really doesn't make sense. And the harp isn't even in the show.
  15. Do you mean Rickon?