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  1. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Sunset Sea Related Stuff

    Maybe. I mean, I doubt this theory will ever truly be proven or dis-proven.
  2. I feel like by the time the two of them are dead "Aegon" will be on the Iron Throne, so Stannis will probably still be treated like a rebel.
  3. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Poll: Did Jojen Die Off-Page in DANCE?

    No
  4. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Aegon III's dismissal of his Hand and regents: Thoughts?

    Don't get me wrong, I don't think it was a smart or kind move, but it was very satisfying to read after all the shit he went through.
  5. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Aenar to Aerion: What was their gameplan?

    If we where going to get an actual answer, I think we would've been told in Fire and Blood Book One, so really we can only speculate. Maybe they didn't have any interest in conquering, or maybe they where waiting for their dragons to get bigger and stronger.
  6. King Aegon I Targaryen

    The Others and Wights

    In Jon Snow's second to last ADwD chapter, Jon receives a letter from Cotter Pyke about the "dead things in the water", and whilst this could easily just be sea creatures turned by the Others it got me thinking, can Wights walk under the water? If they could then there is nothing stopping the Others from sending an army of them to the South of Westeros, or even to Essos. Whilst thinking about this, I also started wondering if the Others could work a ship. Lets just say that there are Others in Hardhome during the whole "dead things in the water" fiasco, could they in theory steal Cotter Pyke's ships and sail away. It might not be cold enough to travel South yet, but Hardhome is very close to Skagos, so they could go there and turn everyone on the island into Wights.
  7. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Who has been smuggling onions into Bloodraven's cave??

    Davos Seaworth of course.
  8. King Aegon I Targaryen

    King Tommen

    Arya skinchanges into Rhaenys' cat, Balerion, and pushes Tommen down some stairs.
  9. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Final Season Premiere Date Video

    It could also mean that Jon outlives everyone that knows him personally, which is depressing in of itself.
  10. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Final Season Premiere Date Video

    I'm just happy to finally have a release date. 14th April. I honestly thought it would be at the very end of April. The teaser itself was pretty interesting. The Jon statue is an old man, and the Arya statue is a young girl. Could this be telling us that Jon is going to survive the series whilst Arya isn't? I couldn't tell if Sansa's statue was old or young.
  11. Trust me, after waiting over fucking 7 years for TWoW, I'll read any theory out there to get my fix, tinfoil or not.
  12. You haven't missed anything, or at least nothing that I can think of anyway. I just feel like if Lyanna was pregnant and she wanted to leave, Rhaegar, who is such a big believer in "the Song of Ice and Fire" and "the dragon must have three heads", would be worried that she would either get killed on the way back, or she would make it back and Ned or Robert would make her get rid of the baby. Who do you think he wanted another child with? If she wasn't at the tower to have a baby with Rhaegar, then what was the point in her being there at all?
  13. King Aegon I Targaryen

    Euron's Plan after Oldtown

    Assuming that Euron wins his Oldtown battle in TWoW, what is his plan after that? Will he head to Kings Landing to try and take the Iron Throne? Will he stay in Oldtown for now? Will he travel to meet Daenerys? Other.
  14. That's an interesting interpretation. So do you actually believe: R+L=J ?+L=J Something completely different If Rhaegar believed in the Song of Ice and Fire, wouldn't that mean that the father of Lyanna's child had to either have Targaryen blood, or at the very least Valyrian blood? Then there's the whole "the dragon must have three heads" thing. Surely that means he meant to have a third child, either with Elia, which would likely result in her death, Lyanna, or some other woman.
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