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  1. Danerys is Ned Stark's bastard daughter

    You obviously didn't read any of the posts above the one you quoted, because that's exactly what was proposed.
  2. Danerys is Ned Stark's bastard daughter

    Ned + Ashara was a smokescreen for Brandon + Ashara. Even Kevan Lannister calls Dany "Stormborn" and I don't think he heard it from Viserys.
  3. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    There's a lot of hypocrisy about Dany and Jon from people who ship Jon with either of the Stark girls. Arya in particular would really gross me out, as she was always his "little sister". Sansa was more aloof but they were still raised under the same roof as siblings. Dany and Jon are strangers, so for me it's much less disturbing than Jon and either Sansa or Arya.
  4. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    It can't be an invention of the show if a large portion of the book readers already thought it was going to happen. Just because you don't want to see the clues in the story doesn't mean D&D "invented" it; that means all of us reading the books "invented" it too, all at the same time.
  5. My kingdom for a convincing explanation for this

    But unless they're known to be Targ eggs, they're not going to give fAegon legitimacy. He could have bought them at a market in Essos, or won them in a card game. And if they were known to be Targ eggs, that goes back to my point about smuggling a baby AND three dragon eggs out of King's Landing. That would have been way too risky.
  6. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    His role is part of someone else's storyline - Sam. Lads didn't give a rundown on every single character, especially ones we haven't met yet. Ian McShane's role was small yet memorable, but I wouldn't have expected anything about him in S6 leaks because he was part of Sandor's story. You still want Lads to be wrong, even after so much of what he said has been confirmed. Sure, he's bound to have some wrong/outdated/tricky info, but you keep trying to tear everything he said to shreds just because you don't like it.
  7. Little Questions That Don't Fit Anywhere Else Part 3

    When S6E10 was originally broadcast, right before the "previously"s there was a really short recap of E9 BotB with no dialogue, only a haunting piece of music over the top. I can't find it anywhere online - did that go to air around the world or only in some territories? And does anyone have a link?
  8. My kingdom for a convincing explanation for this

    Because GRRM needed Dany to somehow get three dragon eggs. Giving them to Aegon wouldn't give him credibility unless people thought they were original Targ eggs. If anything, it might make him look more suspicious - it's one thing to smuggle a baby out of KL, but a baby with three dragon eggs? Nobody's buying that. They wouldn't have given Dany legitimacy either, except she got them to hatch.
  9. So, who was the oathebreaker?

    We don't need to see a ton of useless exposition where Jon explains how he died and came back. We SAW it - we don't need to hear about it. It's not that difficult to fill in the blanks i.e. the Northern Lords got their exposition offscreen and they don't care about technicalities because Ice Zombies.
  10. R+L=J v.163

    Because he promised his sister he would protect him, and he can't protect him if he's living somewhere else.
  11. ^Agree with all of this.
  12. None of them with the possible exception of Arianne. Those other characters aren't necessary, especially ones like Garlan (whose been in a handful of scenes) or Willas (who hasn't yet made an appearance after five books). There are already enough characters to keep track of, without adding in more offscreen that viewers are going to need to remember for 5+ years without them doing anything yet (not talking about book readers).
  13. Child of Three & One to Love

    "Child of three" doesn't mean she's one of three, it means she comes from three (ie descended from three). In English you would never say "I'm a child of three" if you meant "I'm one of three children" or "youngest of three".
  14. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    LOL yes it would be a little hard to explain an adolescent boy who can't father children. Was he kidnapped and sold to the Unsullied as a baby? Otherwise he must be having a LOT of sex for them to notice he hadn't knocked any of the girls up yet. That is one horny teenager.
  15. R+L=J v.163

    Some theorise that Rhaegar and Lyanna were in love. Also Ashara was his wife's handmaiden so it might be totes awkward if he knocked her up. Rhaegar was working off prophecy and everything seemed to point to himself being tPtwP, then baby Aegon after the comet appeared at his conception.