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Nina DarkSister

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  1. I think it's Ashara Dayne disguised as the fisherman's daughter.
  2. Nina DarkSister

    FIRE AND BLOOD EXCERPT

    I believe Dany and her dragons are and always were predestined to go beyond the Wall.
  3. Nina DarkSister

    Is Drogon the most iconic dragon of all time?

    We can not compare the other Targaryen dragons with Viserion, Rhaegal and Drogon. The birth of Viserion, Rhaegal and Drogon was unique, magical and special. They are linked to Dany through breast milk which is the strongest bond of all. Dany created them as their children and they feel the same sensations of their mother. They are extremely intelligent with human personalities. What we know about Balerion is that he was a scary giant beast. Not only is Drogon iconic, Rhaegal and Viserion are also. Ps: But Smaug is the most iconic dragon of all. (:
  4. Nina DarkSister

    Daenerys is Azor Ahai.

    It is known!
  5. Nina DarkSister

    Daenerys is Azor Ahai.

    LOL! I totally agree. Jon will be a resurrected corpse and I very much doubt that he survives in the end or that he is the savior of the world. I have not seen Jon as such an important character for the end of the story.
  6. Nina DarkSister

    Why do book readers hate R+L=J?

    I do not hate R+L=J. I just think this theory is a complete joke. Almost all of the "clues" and "evidences" are based on much personal speculation. The bastard boy who is actually the legitimate heir of the kingdom and the savior of the world. LOL. This is SO ANTI-GRRM. Anyway, I hope to be here when the R+L=J turn ashes into the mouth of this fandom.
  7. Nina DarkSister

    Quick question for R+L=J believers.

    If Ashara Dayne is involved in the secret R + L and people find out that she is Jon's mother, people will start asking questions of why Ashara killed herself and that would lead to a road to find out about Rhaegar and Lyanna's child.
  8. Interesting ... I like it.
  9. Nina DarkSister

    Why I believe Dany is the daughter of Lyanna and Rhaegar

    Interesting, but I still do not think that's it. The mute appeal could mean that Dany helps the Stark family (who is her family too) because I do not think the appeal is for him. I think the crown symbolizes the lie that Ned wanted to steal Joffrey's throne, the lamb's leg symbolizes that he was innocent of the accusations, and the wolf's head symbolizes his decapitation.
  10. Nina DarkSister

    Why I believe Dany is the daughter of Lyanna and Rhaegar

    Exactly! That goes for Jon too. Why would he look at Dany with mute appeal?
  11. Nina DarkSister

    Why I believe Dany is the daughter of Lyanna and Rhaegar

    Does he look at Dany because he died believing his promises were broken? That he could not help her? Or something like that? We can speculate ...
  12. Nina DarkSister

    Why I believe Dany is the daughter of Lyanna and Rhaegar

    Well, Ned was forced to lie that he wanted to steal Joffrey's Throne. I believe that the man sitting on the Throne with a leg of lamb is symbolic of it. He being falsely portrayed as a king.
  13. Nina DarkSister

    Why I believe Dany is the daughter of Lyanna and Rhaegar

    The man with the wolf's head I believe is Ned. That explains why he looks at her with a mute appeal. It's much more plausible that it's Ned than Jon or Robb.
  14. Nina DarkSister

    Why I believe Dany is the daughter of Lyanna and Rhaegar

    I love it. You did a great job bringing some of the evidence. It is clear that many will refuse to admit that there is more evidence for R+L=D than R+L=J. I believe in R+L=D because I think it is much more probable and plausible than R+L=J. I also do not think R+L=J&D is likely. All the visions in the HOU are about Dany and for her about her past and future. So the blue flower is linked to Dany. In Bael's story the blue flower remained as payment for the theft of Lord de Winterfell's daughter. The blue flower represents the Stark maidens. But of course this is just my opinion.
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