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    Sansa really is Alayne

    I like this.
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    Sansa really is Alayne

    Lady died, so we don't know if Sansa would ever be able to form bound with her direwolf, like Bran or Jon did. Maybe Lady was just her pet. Bran, Rickon and Robb had the same hair color. Btw it's strange that four children took after Catelyn. 4/5 - that's against the odds.
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    The danger of Gerold Dayne

    One more wild thought: Maybe it was not Varys, but Doran who pressed Gerold to pursue his claim to the Iron throne? And when Gerold refused because he wanted "to remain Darkstar" he was condemned, framed for maiming Myrcella and targeted by Areo Hotah and Balon Swan.
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    The danger of Gerold Dayne

    I agree he is dangerous because of his claim, but not because he is bastard of Aerys. I am almost sure Gerold Dayne is descendant of Maegor, son of Brightflame. Dyanna Dayne was Aerion‘s and Egg‘s mother, so house Dayne was simply obvious choice for rising and hiding baby Maegor. This is probably most plausible scenario. Gerold is both Dayne and descendant of Aerion Targaryen. It seems Darkstar knows about his claim. I think that is exactly what he means when he talks about „weaning on venom“. Venom is Maegor‘s grudge against Aegon and his descendants who have deposed him. Btw, in 300AC Maegor can be still alive, he is only 68 years old. There was also a hint Gerold was thinking about himself as a ruler: It seemed like Gerold was thinking about his claim, but realized he couldn‘t achieve it without massive bloodshed. It seemed he didn‘t find his ambition worthy of thousands of deaths. It seems the guy has a conscience in contrary what Martells say about him. I even doubt he maimed Myrcella, more likely Doran has framed him. I think there are pretty good chances that Varys is descendant of Aerion. Aerion was described as promiscuous, so he likely sired bunch of bastards during his exile in Essos (here). Gerold could be useful to Varys as claimant. Gerold's claim challenges claims of all Egg's descendants. On the other hand, Gerold‘s claim is worthless without supporting military force, but I can‘t see how he could rise an army on his own. Nevertheless, Gerold was thinking about leading an army (quote above). Why? Maybe someone made him an offer? Varys could be the one who could promise army to Darkstar. At least I can‘t think of anybody else. The problem is, Varys already has a claimant, fAegon. Maybe Gerold is Varys‘es plan B or C? I don‘t really believe Darkstar is Red Viper‘s son, but Oberyn‘s age is not a problem. Obara is probably even older than Gerold. She was born when Oberyn was 14 or 15. There was also a paramour of lord Yronwood, whom Oberyn bedded when he was 16. If she has a child by him, he has to be 26-27 years old in 300bc.
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    Elia Martell: Yes, another Septa Lemore speculation

    I think these daily swims probably are so far the most revealing clues about Lemore's past. Neither highborn ladies nor septas are usually trained in swimming. Most of the westerosi women would be afraid to dive in to the current of the river as mighty as mother Rhoyne. Septa Lemore probably learned to swim in her childhood. Maybe she lived by some big river, or maybe she played in Water Gardens. And yes, her freedom and confidence also point to Dorne. But she doesn't necessary be princess Elia, she could be one of her childhood friends, maybe daughter of servant. The one who could even become real septa eventually. I don't think Ashara is Lemore, but Ashara could spent her childhood in water pools as well.
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    Elia Martell: Yes, another Septa Lemore speculation

    This. I is hard to believe that Gregor helped Elia and Aegon to escape. If he didn't, recognition of dead bodies was left to a chance. On the other hand, the possibility that body doubles were just left to die, depicts Elia and her supporters in most awful way. Maybe we can look at the situation considering that all players acted on their own motives each and didn't just follow scenario of one person. Elia's and Aegon's doubles were not supposed to die, they were left only with intention to delay pursuers. Lannister soldiers probably didn't know how exactly Elia looked. Elia's supporters expected soldiers to bring fake Elia and Aegon to Tywin or his generals, thus giving Elia time to escape. But they underestimated Tywin, who was cat of different coat. Tywin just simply ordered to kill Rhaegar's children. When he was talking to Tyrion he admitted that with ease, but he didn't admit he ordered to kill Elia too. Gregor went on his task. Elia's double in face of death revealed the truth to him. What Gregor did? Gregor was a simple person. He just crushed her head that nobody would know about the swap, Tywin in the first place. Thus he completed Tywin's task. Tywin and Robert Baratheon were content. Maybe, only maybe, it was Gregor's some strange and tiny tiny expression of loyalty to Rhaegar, who knighted him. By killing doubles he gave Elia chance to escape. Of course, he didn't cared about some baseborn woman and child. Remember how his more scrupulous brother killed Mycah. I see this as possibility to explain why Elia and Aegon were unrecognizable, but it doesn't explain why Elia left Rhaenys. And why she never contacted Doran and especially Oberyn, who was told to be very close to her.
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    Wow, I never noticed that v.17

    Northern men and women even founded sellsword company - Company of Rose - after Torrhen Stark's submission to Aegon I.
  8. Why did you put them in Reach? There are more connections to sea folk in eastern coast of Westeros. Sorceress Ursulla Upcliff was titled as Bride of the Merling King. Velaryons claimed they made a pact with Merling King and were given driftwood throne as a gift from him. Sistermen are rumored to have webbed hands and feet.
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