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  1. My own opinion of Patchy is unlike most. He is innocent like a harmless village idiot. His eccentric manners make him suspicious to the people of the time and thus will experience prejudice. GMartin is preparing us for major guilt down the road. We saw Patchy through Mellissandre's eyes and what she thinks is scary. Fear will make her do something bad. Things started falling apart at the wall when Jon antagonized the Boltons. The breakdown of order and discipline that he started will continue after his death. Mellissandre will find a way to point her finger at Patchy and burn him. The death of an innocent could bring the wall down to punish them for what they did to Patchy (and Shireen).
  2. You assume they expected a dragon rebirth. It doesn't matter now though. Dany brought the dragons back and she is a true Queen. Aegon will be the one to bend his knees to her even if he is legitimate. A true Targaryen from both father and mother who also happens to be the Mother of Dragons will easily outrank the son of Rhaegar.
  3. The first post pretty much proved that Dany is Azor Ahai. It has nothing to do with worshiping the character. I do like Dany a lot and would have liked her even if she was not Azor Ahai.
  4. He has to risk his family if he wants to play at the game of thrones. His gout is a crippling condition and he may not live long to guide his family to war against the Lannisters. Yes the Martells will die out. The sun will set in the west. Arrianne will lead the Martells to war against the Lannisters and she will lose.
  5. It's the reason why Gillie was concerned for her son. The White Walkers take the boys and make him one of them. Bloodline is very important to the Valyrians and the Targaryens. I suspect the same thing with the Starks and the Others. Craster's bloodline is important to the Others. Craster is also very likely a Stark.
  6. Azor Ahai and her dragons will usher in the new dawn after the ice has receded. The wights can be burned away as we saw in the Trident vision. This army of ice will consists of wightified northern people led by a Stark. So yes, it will be a fight between the fire of the dragons and their allies against the ice of the Starks and the White Walkers.
  7. Robb Stark was a good general but crap on the other qualities which made for a king. Jon Snow was not bad as a battle leader but sucked on judging and ruling men. Adding a general into their talent mix would not solve their problem.
  8. Daenerys Targaryen and Aegon Blackfyre is the best possible match. It will bring the two halves of the Targaryen family together. Jaime Lannister and Cersei Lannister is one of the toxic relationships which hurt Westeros in the last ten years. This is a couple which could benefit from leaving all of that behind and moving where they can live as they wish. Big Walder Frey and Missandei could benefit the Targaryen cause. It brings the powerful Frey family into the service of the Mother of Dragons.
  9. Jon will be in two places. In his wightified body and Ghost. The two will be inseparable. It's a one-way trip for the mind. His mind will be locked inside Ghost permanently. He will slowly lose his humanity but the wolf's pack instincts will get stronger.
  10. Lightbringer has qualities which reminds me of Bilbo's dagger, sting. She is Azor Ahai and the candles are lit because of the White Walkers.
  11. George doesn't condemn all war. GRRM is not a complete pacifist. Daenerys Targaryen's war against slavery qualifies as justified and necessary. Unification is important because Westeros will need help from overseas if it has any chance of surviving through a long winter. Living underground is not a good alternative. A few may scrape out a meager living by eating fungus. I suppose that can happen. But the real answer is to migrate to Essos and leave Westeros.
  12. Wight as a ghost he comes in the night to haunt the living. Dammit, I should have torched Jon and sprinkled garlic on his ashes.
  13. That was a travesty of justice. But what do you expect from a Stark. Ned killed Gared, Robb killed Karstark, and Jon killed Slynt. Okay, maybe Karstark sort of deserved it. But Gared and Slynt did not. Arya's morals are fickle and erratic. If she even has working morals by this time. She's got problems upstairs. Teaching Arya the methods of murder is like giving Michael Myers a bazooka. The faceless men are building a monster.
  14. It will be much, much more difficult for Robb to accomplish such a thing. He was in the act of rebellion. The north was not yet independent. And he was at war with the sitting king. The Night's Watch would understandably refuse to honor Robb's request. It can be seen as choosing a side. Worse, siding with a rebel. The NW would more than likely refuse to honor Robb's request. He was not yet a king.
  15. It can be done but it is no easy matter. Aemon took his vows to avoid the throne. House Targaryen carry a lot of authority. Queen (or better yet, Empress) Daenerys Targaryen will be obeyed if she chose to release a man of the watch from his vows. Say a loyalist like Aliser Thorne. Aegon, if he should be legit, would have the same authority. Having dragons will absolutely help too.
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