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  1. I'd rather for Arya to die by dragon flame. But the irony will be greater if she were to die from a faceless man.
  2. Arya will die by violence. She has chosen and lived a life of violence and it is only proper for her to end that way. One of her marks will turn the tables on her.
  3. It is also possible that Rhaegar himself was a closet gay. He was truly attracted to men but only married Elia and gave her kids as a duty to his father. What an interesting backstory that would make. The Gay Prince.
  4. Dany is a big deal. Marwyn can serve her better by going to her. It's better to serve Her Grace in person.
  5. The problem is not with Quaithe. We humans have created a language where words and sentences have beginnings and directions. It's just how our logic works. We're analytical problem solvers. Words start from left to right. Quaithe sees the whole of time like we look at a painting. She's not hampered by left to right directionality. She sees the whole canvas. The only way to pass on what she sees is through images. But the other party in the conversation is a very young human. Dany is a very intelligent but inexperienced girl. Dany is a good example of an analytical person. Notice all of her sharp observations throughout the story. Trying to describe the whole canvas of time using words and spoken language is not going to work. The shade and the paste are drugs which stops the linear mind and brings the logical mind to rest and allows the other senses to perceive the message. It's the best Quaithe can do without videos and photos. The qartheen warlock did better because they showed pictures but it took drinking shade to make this happen. The children drugged Bran to make him see what the trees saw. The warlocks drugged Dany to make her see what they saw. In The Arrival, aliens taught humans their language. The language gave the humans the power to see the future. It's the reverse for Quaithe. Seeing the entire canvas of time taught her a different language.
  6. The plot would have fallen apart. His sons would argue among themselves and they would fail to reach consensus in time to carry out the wedding.
  7. A lot of good people suffer when their side loses. Principled and loyal men like Ser Aliser got punished. He did nothing wrong. His side lost and that was all.
  8. I believe the Freys are the richest house in the Riverlands. Part of the reason for the Tully's dislike of the Freys is jealousy.
  9. I don't think so. Aegon I, Aegon V, Aerys II, Rhaegar, Viserys, were all preparations for Daenerys to be Azor Ahai. The prophecy is very clear. Azor Ahai will wake dragons from stone. Daenerys has done that. She's not preparation for Azor Ahai, she is Azor Ahai.
  10. Victarion has something valuable to offer the Dragon Queen. A powerful fleet and a magic horn. The value of the first is easy enough to see. The horn is a wild card. I don't think Victarion really understands the horn. Moqorro, Marwyn, and Quaithe are the equivalent of the three wise kings of the bible who journeyed to meet a very special child. Mo wants to serve Azor Ahai and that means he is a friend to the dragon. He helps Vic because the iron captain is bringing something useful to AA.
  11. Daenerys Targaryen is the most important person in the story. If you notice, a lot of very importance characters are making their way to Essos to meet Her Grace. It's almost as if Marwyn was waiting for her all these years. Transferring information is not his only objective. He wants to protect Daenerys.
  12. Think about the rumors still coming up during conversations. Stories get mixed up. The best lies hold some truth to make it believable. A grieving woman jumps off the tower after hearing of a lover's death. Many men died during the rebellion. Brandon, Rhaegar, Arthur, Aerys. Three women of importance, Queen Rhaella, Lyanna, and Ashara died. Ned's delirious dream is unreliable. Maybe it was Lyanna who jumped from a tower. She lived just long enough to have a short chit chat with Ned. Ned, in his state of grief, took down the cursed tower.
  13. Jon Stark couldn't control his emotions over Arya and got the watch involved in a quarrel with the Boltons. Starks may have helped the NW in the past but it's a Stark, Jon Snow (Stark), who destroyed them when he sent wildlings to take his sister away from Ramsay. Jon had no right to do that.
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