This may be too literal but what about Drogon? He was hatched from a petrified egg and one of Dany's riders calls him Balerion come again and both Drogon and Balerion are said to breathe shadow fire. What if in time Drogon is put to the test as a second Balerion and fails to do so or could Drogon also be a symbol of Dany (in conqueror form as opposed to her silver which represents Dany in a different aspect or before her transformation as Queen/ mother of dragons)? Also could the triple visions tie into a separate theme aside from lies as both Stannis and Aegon are vying for the Iron throne?
Since the log-in function doesn't let me log-in without the remember me option so I've been doing that to log-in but this second to last time it said "you don't have permission for that" and I didn't get logged in so I tried it again with the remember me option, again, and it logged in.
If this is a prophetic dream shouldn't it be taken into account that she wasn't eaten in her dream or at least her language hints so since she says they were coming to eat her not that they ate her or bit her?
I'm not sure these two will live long enough to see it but I'd really like a peek in Barristan and Jon Connington's mind should they find out considering they've put their hopes in others. I don't think these two will consider it but the seed of doubt and inner turmoil that would follow would be fascinating. Jaime is especially interesting, to me, since he shared a dream with Jon and theon. I hope it means Jaime will help Jon in some way since Jon calls out in the darkness," please, father, help me," and during this and the light( the light in Jaime's sword I think) going out Jaime is visited by Rhaegar's ghost which reminds Jaime of his (failed) duty as a kingsguard.
- a - Dany versus Tyrion
- b - Dany versus Arya
- c - Dany versus Sansa
- d - Dany versus Jon Snow
- e - Dany versus Bran
- f - Tyrion versus Arya
- g - Tyrion versus Sansa
- h - Tyrion versus Jon Snow
- i - Tyrion versus Bran
- j - Arya versus Sansa
- k - Arya versus Jon Snow
- l - Arya versus Bran
- m - Sansa versus Jon Snow (can't decide)
- n - Sansa versus Bran
- o - Jon Snow versus Bran
- p - Samwell versus Davos (can't decide)
- q - Jaime versus Sansa
The story is interesting. While I'm not familiar with Norse mythology at all and I don't believe it indicates that Hodor is in any way related to the Great other, there does seem to be something there. Bran's warging/skinchanging of Hodor brings Bran's mind into Hodor's body essentially making them one and gives Bran a type of rebirth by allowing Bran to vicariously live through Hodor's body, a weakness of Bran's, a possible parallel to the mistletoe, is that while Bran is in Hodor's body Bran's body on the other hand is very vulnerable and in a way "blind" as Bran no longer sees through his own body but Hodor's. Could this forshadow Hodor being tricked into doing harm to Bran or Bran while in Hodor somehow doing harm to his own body?
Looking up mistletoe on wikipedia, it mentions another version where Baldur and Hodr, I hope I'm spelling that right, are rival suitors and one kills the other with a sword named "mistletoe". Hopefully someone can clear that up.