Tyrion the Targaryen

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  1. Ned Stark's Ice is Lightbringer

    Undoubtably. Let it be known that because of GRRM's take on prophecies, there is flexibility in interpretation. Lightbringer, a fiery red sword. The theme among the entire series is, of course, Ice and Fire. Ice is Ned Stark's Valyrian steel sword and is the first cover of the first book of the A Song of Ice and Fire series: Game of Thrones. I also think that Gendry is going to be the one who reforges it. More on that later. King Joffrey's first sword was thrown into a river by Arya Stark. Second sword Joffrey had lost was named Hearteater. It was lost at the Battle of Blackwater, the same battle Tyrion had almost lost his life to Ser Mandon Moore. In ASoS, Tyrion said of Mandon Moore: Tyrion's description of Widow's Wail: Continuing the Lightbringer prophecy: Now, in ACoK it is revealed that Ser Ilyn Payne never washed Ned Stark's blood off of Ice. Ice was then broken down into two swords: Widow's wail for Joffrey and Oathkeeper for Jaime. Widow's wail fits appropriately because of Catelyn Stark's morning for Ned Stark's death and the shattering of her family. It also fits Cersei as well, but that is for another post. Oathkeeper was given to Brienne of Tarthe. I think all the alive Stark siblings will get together again sometime in the books, thus fulfilling Brienne of Tarth's oath to Catelyn. I said that Gendry would be the one to reforge the two swords into Light Bringer. His last whereabouts was rowing to King's Landing, the location of metal worker who was able to temper Ice down the two swords is. (Or maybe, after killing Cersei, that is when they will remake the sword). In the first chapter in ACoK, after the comet prologue, Gendry comments how the comment looks like a Red Sword. Later in ACoK, Catelyn is praying to the seven and when she turns to the Smith, her description of it is: One who fixes things that were broken. The Stark family. Oathkeeper and Widow's Wail. Though, the reason why I draw this conclusion from this passage is because Catelyn describes the Stranger in a way that resembles Arya as well as Cersei and the Mother. The person who melted Ice down into Oathkeeper and Widow's Wail is Gendry's master. The last time we see Gendry in the TV series, he is heading back to King's Landing. I don't know what happened in the books, but Gendry or his master will be the one to reforge the two Valyrian swords, Oathkeeper and Widow's Wail, back into Lightbringer after Brienne has brought the Stark sibblings back together. In Jaime's dream: Both swords are aflame. Meaning that it will become Lightbringer.
  2. Tyrion is a Targaryen

    Holy shit. You too? I'm going to PM you.
  3. Tyrion is a Targaryen

    Thank you. But Joanna doesn't have to sleep with Aerys for the twins to be illegitimate. BTW, who is number two on her list?
  4. Tyrion is a Targaryen

    The thing is this COULD be just a biased or something to let our guards down. I think it's saying more that Tyrion is much more like Tywin than Jaime is. There is the instance where Tywin says "I cannot prove you are not mine" which counters this idea. And even IF he was an illegitimate Targaryen bastard, his mother is still of Lannister blood.
  5. Tyrion is a Targaryen

    I think it is necessary element in the story telling that Tyrion is a Targaryen. Not anyone else. Gendry already has Targaryen or Valyrian blood via Baratheon family line (I'll have to fact check which one later). If you look at his family's perspective, his father was ALL about family. His family is a complete joke, with his two eldest engaging in incest and only having offspring rumored to be born of incest, and Tyrion. The evidence for Tyrion being a Targ is pretty concrete, so him being an illegitimate Targaryen child would just add to the story. Tyrion killing off Tywin's line would flip the Rains of Castamere narrative on him by cutting of his legacy. If you look at all the Lannister dreams from ASoS, AFfC, and ADwD, Tyrion laughing creates this idea. Also :Tyrion being named "Tywin's bane/doom"
  6. Tyrion is a Targaryen

    Thank you! I am reading the AWOIAF at the moment, and there seems to be a common occurrence among Targaryens to have monsters born. Tyrion's birth description seems to imply this theory as well.
  7. Tyrion is a Targaryen

    My apologies for the late response, I forgot my password when re-signing in
  8. Tyrion is a Targaryen

    He is a Lannister and a Targaryen. Much like Jon Snow is a Stark and a Targaryen (if the strongly acclaimed tinfoil is to be true). The three headed dragon proves this, for Rhaegar thought he himself was one of them, he thought Aegon was the other but "there's one more". Three heads has the dragon. Plus there are three black glass candles at Oldtown, with one green candle. Baratheons have Valyrian blood and have fought side by side of the Targaryens up to Robert's Rebellion, and I think the green candle represents Gendry while the three black ones are Daenerys, Jon, Tyrion. ”It is said that the glass candles are burning in the house of Urrathon Night-Walker, that have not burned in a hundred years.” Xaro Xhoan Daxos to Daenerys