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I've loved reading since I was 8 years old when I first read Ham on Rye, by Charles Bukowski (a great novel btw).
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Jaime will probably get the payback from Dany and no one will know the real reason why he killed the Mad King. He'll be killed when he least deserves it. How he is regarded in the future depends on who takes the Throne in the end.
It would be even more strange if there weren't many Targaryens. So I guess he created all those characters who seem to have no background, not even a name, because it's normal that a Royal Family like the Targaryens has plenty of members, but there's no need to know every detail about every single one of them. They're just there to make it normal, to fill gaps, get over it, people.
PS: However, I don't think George throws out names that will have 0 relevance in the story, some of them, such as Aerion's famous feeble-witted daughter might have a bigger role than it's actually expected from them.
Ned --> Qui Gonn: He takes Jon (Anakin) in spite of this action being a huge danger to the rule he stands for (Robert's rule). Qui Gonn is killed by Darth Maul, and Eddard Stark is executed on Joffrey's command. I'm not saying Joffrey is Darth Maul, but he kinda belongs to the Dark Side.
Jorah Mormont and the Wall: Obi Wan and the Republic. I compare Jorah to Obi Wan Kenobi because he was Jon's master after Ned's role was over. There mustn't be an exact parallel, remember to keep that in mind and take me with a grain of salt or two. Jon is somewhat furious at some point with Jorah, as Anakin is with Kenobi. That's because he expected to be a ranger and he's a steward instead. Anakin being a padawan longer than he thinks he deserves could be a parallel. Anakinw as angry with the Jedis, because he felt they were stopping him from what he deserved (both Jon and Anakin are self-entitled and feel this way).
Jon will forsake his vows at one point and he might become some sort of villain as in, oh my gosh, you're an oathbreaking mofo! However, he's still the hero and the Chosen One no matter how evil his actions strike you to be in the beginning.
I have royal blood (not from far) and no one cares. Nor do I 'cause it's irrelevant. Same could happen with Jon, but who knows, this is fantasy, at the end of the day. His sword might become all shiny and everyone would know he's the Prince thatw was Promised.
Joff was so deviant, so much of a pervert considering his age that I wouldn't be surprised if he did something to Tommen's penis. I think it's clear he wasn't atracted to men or boys, but maybe he rubbed Tommen's cock in a painful way or something like that.
I want a Targaryen on the Iron Throne, the Lannisters in the Rock, the Starks back in Winterfell as lords, the Boltons destroyed, the Baratheons in their ancestral seat too... I want it to end how it began!
Of course. Daeron the Good was Aemon the Dragonknight's bastard, and since Daemon was Targaryen on both sides too and was legitimized, he should have been King. Moreover, he was a very charismatic guy, there's no way you can say no to a man like that. It's unthinkable for me not to support him.