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    The naming of dragons

    I like this idea. Drogon will help her take control of the khalasars from the khals. Rhaegal helps her take over Westeros, which is what Rhaegar wanted to do but failed. King Viserys inherited the throne but failed to take the kingdom. Viserion will help her do that.
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    Is death good? Why fight the Others?

    George RR Martin hasn't created the story with this level of depth. But yeah. Empathy and charity are more moral choices than a pre-emptive strike for self-defense.
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    The Others "inside" man

    Pete outperformed many possible insiders except Jon. Jon was in the best position to help defend the Wall against the Others but his obsession with Arya and his desire to avenge the Starks badly compromised his dedication to his duties.
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    House of the Undying. The Three Mounts

    Howland Reed will have pretty low credibility.
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    House of the Undying. The Three Mounts

    The blue rose is Jon. Mance Rayder slept with Lyanna and produced Jon. It's a repeat of the tale of Bael and the daughter of the Stark in Winterfell. Mance repeated the feat and got Lyanna pregnant. Jon took a different path from his ancestor and spared his wildling dad instead of killing him.
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    Quaithe Farman?

    I wish this. Hatching more dragons would be awesome.
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    Secrets best left buried (Fire & Blood)

    That's only on the TV show that it happened that way. She will unite the khalasars but using a different tactic. It's not possible to stop the slave trade without controlling the Dothraki khalasars.
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    Worst Targaryen King

    Aegon IV was the worst. His crazy decision to legitimize his bastards caused trouble for years after.
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    New Theory: Dany has a super stomach!

    Super stomach? No. Probably impossible? Yeah. Picky eaters are gonna have it rough when famine hits the land. Bran is off to a good start. He's a good boy scout. Prepared. It's literal alright. The Dothraki will be consumed in the war to fight the slavers of Ghis. This is in direct parallel to Stannis and his fiery heart. The faith of R'hllor will consume the heart of the stag, that being the Baratheons, in its war against the armies of ice. Mellisandre will use up the Baratheons to fight her war against the darkness. The Dothraki will be redeemed and they will receive forgiveness for the wrongs they have done during their participation in the slave business. The Dothraki and the Baratheons are the parallels here. Slavery will end because of Dothraki help. Some of the life in Westeros will be saved because of the Baratheon sacrifice.
  10. All hell will break loose in Westeros in tWoW. I don't know if it's greyscale, shivers, but whatever it is (or they) it will be devastating. The biggest killer though will be famine caused by the weather. The weather will destroy food crops.
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    Is death good? Why fight the Others?

    Death is the status quo. For the lack of a better term, it's the default state of the universe. Life constantly work to exists. Life has to be the hero because without it, ahem, even this discussion would not take place. The question of good guy vs. bad guy is microscopically insignificant when you put it up in comparison with the cosmic scale of the universe's existence itself. We are only insects in this universe. Small and powerless. Judging who is good and not only exists in our microscopic existence. This is an extreme topic to be discussing and it falls outside the realm of the novels. I would even say it is beyond the normal course of every day life because we take it for granted that living is a good thing. Without life even philosophy and morality cannot exists.
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    Which book has the best final chapter?

    Book 1. A Game of Thrones.
  13. Jon Arryn started that war. He should have done as he was commanded and executed Robert and Ned. Their families were plotting to take down the Targaryen monarchy. Which make them the villains in my view.
  14. The land was also peaceful during the reign of Aerys and the economy was thriving. He left a full treasury. Robert squandered all of that money and borrowed some more.