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Roza Ahai

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  1. Not true. Aeries has the full right to punish people who challenged Targaryens ( from Egg & Dunk). Dany is more bloodthursty than Aeries. She killed more than 1 million people.
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    They ruined Jaime once and for all

    It was seen by Jaimee but not by Kingsquard. Aerys destroyed his family, too. He raped his wife, she had to flee to Dragonstone. He kept Rhaegar's family as hostages. You know what happened to them. He could save their lives by sending to Dragonstone. Cercei is evil, but she still his sister.
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    They ruined Jaime once and for all

    I see Jaime's positive side in this ending. He stayed loyal to his love and came back when Cercei needed him the most, and killed Euron on his way back to Red Keep. He wasn't loyal to King Aeries, but redeemed to be loyal to Queen Cercei.
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    Mourning Dany

    We already have that story in Star Wars. Martin probably didn't want to repeat. Rheagar was ok, his mother , too. So, 50-50. I think Martin wanted to show how education is important for Targaryens. Aegon V was raised by Dunk, and Jon by Ned. When you have a teacher like Viserys it's tough to stay sane. Viserys is imprinted in her brain " You don't want to wake the dragon". So, she woke up 3 dragons literally just to piss her brother (joking) and woke the thursty dragon in herself. "The IT is mine, my precious."
  5. I think here is a parallel between Aeries burning Starks ( farther & son) and Dany burning Tarlys.
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    They ruined Jaime once and for all

    He learned that he actually loved his sister with all her flaws.
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    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    Don't worry about me! I started reading Martin's books 20 years ago. I accept everything, and pretty patient waiting for his books. I would be happy if he finishes the whole series.
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    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    Of course, I'll will be ok. If all characters die, it would be called tragedy. I would be probably cry at my very young age, but I wouldn't cry about the death of fictional characters now. Ned Stark tried a lot to save lifes, but he was executed, not rewarded.
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    Mourning Dany

    Dany is not the last Targaryen. Jon is. He is younger than Dany. So, he is going the opposite way probably because he was raised by Ned Stark, not by Viserys.
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    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    That's why I brought Martin's words. The ending will be bittersweet. There is no "happily ever after". So, it's not Disney. It's a cross-genre historical fiction and fantasy ( magic, dragons). You were talking the heroes ( Dany) should be rewarded. Why? I'm explaining that it is not Disney, and all heroes won't get "happily ever after" rewards. Martin was talking about the "gritty realism" of the historical fiction" he uses in his works. So, he doesn't view his realm as Disneyland. It's in his interview.
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    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    No. My quote is not the answer in this case. I'm trying to explain why Westerosi would consider Dany as the Mad Queen because she is not better than Aeries. They would think that she is another crazy Targ because she's not better than Aeries.
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    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    Marin books are based on the real history, the War of the Roses. Hopefully, Martin can help, he explains about the gritty realism of the historical fiction: https://www.maximumfun.org/sound-young-america/george-r-r-martin-author-song-ice-and-fire-series-interview-sound-young-america#transcript GEORGE R.R. MARTIN: As I said, I read a lot of different things, not just science fiction/fantasy. One of the things I read a lot of is history and historical fiction. I'm a big fan of historical fiction. I did read fantasy as well. As I read that, I sort of had a problem with a lot of the fantasy I was reading, because it seemed to me that the middle ages or some version of the quasi middle ages was the preferred setting of a vast majority of the fantasy novels that I was reading by Tolkien imitators and other fantasists, yet they were getting it all wrong. It was a sort of Disneyland middle ages, where they had castles and princesses and all that. The trappings of a class system, but they didn't seem to understand what a class system actually meant. GEORGE R.R. MARTIN: It was like a Ren Fair Middle Ages. Even though you had castles and princesses and walled cities and all that, the sensibilities were those of 20th century Americans. You didn't see that in good historical fiction. There were people who were writing fine historical fiction that really grasp it. In my kind of cross-genre/genre-bending kind of way was to go, you know, what I'd like to do is write an epic fantasy that had the imagination and the sense of wonder that you get in the best fantasy, but the gritty realism of the best historical fiction. If I could combine those two threads, I might have something fairly unique and well worth reading.
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    Prediction - Arya Stark will kill Daenerys Targaryen

    Varies poisoned her. She would try to heal herself by stepping in the fire. So, she will set a fire for love to herself, but this time no wonder, she will die in her own fire.
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    Drogon's demise

    Drogon's sculp will replace the Iron Throne and Jon will sit on dragon's head and Ghost will piss on it. The IT will be renamed into Bony Throne because it's not iron anymore.
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    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    Aeries burned the Starks alive and was viewed as Mad King. He was threatening to burn KL and was killed for that .Westerosi were horrified by the death of the Starks. Starks death was one of a reasons the North joined Robert's rebellion. However, Dany burning people is OK. Her threats to take KL by Blood and Fire is OK, too. Dany burned more people than Aeries. Dany could decide to send Tarlies to the Wall per Tyrion advice. If she thinks she is rightful Queen, its her decision as a judge is the final. Tarlies would obey, they wouldn't burn themselves. She is merciless as Mad Aeries.
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