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    Why Does Darkstar Matter?

    Doran made Darkstar an important character by labeling him "the most dangerous man in Dorne". While he is a skilled swordsman, I doubt Doran was referring to Darkstars combat efficiency, I believe he was referring to his knowledge. It could be Darkstar has information about the ToJ (I believe the Martells had something to do with it), or information on Dorans plots. I have a suspicion that Darkstar is going to take the role of a new Vulture King, and possibly Samwell Tarly is going to kill him with Heartsbane like the 1st vulture king. Darkstar is actively trying to throw Dorne into the war, and he even looks like a King Vulture (White with black streaks).
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    The Stone Dragon of Skagos

    Stories tend to be misconstrued over time, A sailor saying he seen Cannibal flying over Skagos, Can easily become Cannibals at Skagos, which turns into the Skagosi are cannibals. Misinterpreting things is actually quite common in ASOIAF, think of visions, prophecies, battles, songs, and even other stories. While that doesn't necessarily mean the rumor of cannibals on Skagos come from a dragon, It could easily be northern propaganda since the Starks often warred with the Skagosi, or it could just be truth. It's open for interpretation since we don't actually have first hand accounts of Skagos.
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    The Stone Dragon of Skagos

    I just feel there is no reason for Dragon Eggs now, It's too late in the books for them to be of any use since they would still need to grow. Also dragon eggs wouldn't explain what Summer saw at Winterfell.
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    The Stone Dragon of Skagos

    I consider the others to be magical, they seem to have been active before Dany's dragons hatched. Mance was already gathering his army at the start of Game of Thrones so the others must've been active for awhile. We also know the skinchangers and Children of the Forest were active before Dany's dragons, I'd consider them magical too. Bloodraven was still greenseeing as well. To me Dany's dragons strengthened the magic, but I don't know if it exactly "woke the old powers".
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    The Stone Dragon of Skagos

    So I believe there is a Dragon living on Skagos. I think this dragon is the one Melisandre refers to as the "Stone Dragon", and "Skagos" means stone in the old tongue. Melisandre mentions her powers are strongest when she arrives at Eastwatch, we know from the warlocks that their powers are strongest in the presence of dragons, Eastwatch is close to Skagos. Now we have the question of where this dragon came from? Well we have 2 dragons missing after a dance of the dragons; Sheepstealer who Nettles rode off to Essos with, and Cannibal, who just seems to have disappeared entirely. Well Cannibal was a wild dragon who was never tamed, and got its name from eating smaller dragons and attacking the hatchery and eating dragon eggs. After the dance it disappeared never to be seen again... at least that's what were told. There is a rumor of the Skagosi being cannibals, I believe this to be a reference to Cannibal living on Skagos. Skagos would be an ideal place for a dragon to go to, it has one of the most abundant sources of sea life, and the land is mountainous and cavernous. The people who live on this Island don't communicate much with the mainland which would keep the story of dragons on Skagos to a minimum, but there are still some rumors. The Skagosi also dwell in caves, which would offer good protection from a dragon. There's stories of ships being lured to their deaths with false lights, dragons breath fire and fire is light. We also have to take into consideration of what Summer/Bran (or Bummer for short) see after the sack of Winterfell, a winged snake whose roar was a river of flame. If the dragon was on Skagos that would explain why there is no real reports of dragons in Westeros being seen. We learned from the fighting pits that dragons are attracted to battle, when Drogon arrived after the fighting had started (though you could say Dany summoned it). I believe there are 2 possibilities on who this dragon is, it's either Cannibal, or an egg that Cannibal had swallowed from the hatcheries that he passed on Skagos and it hatched. Now we have Rickon and Osha supposedly going to Skagos, which gave me an idea. What if the winged wolf that Jojen came to free wasn't Bran at all, but it was Rickon? I understand this theory is pretty crackpot but I feel it does have some validity.
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    Poll: Is Quentyn, Called 'Frog', Still Alive?

    ya the dude who tried to free the dragons is definitely dead in my opinion, regardless who it was
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    5 wackiest Crackpot "theories"

    I have pretty crazy crackpot theory about Euron being the smiling knight. The theory being the smiling knight wasn't actually killed but seriously wounded. The 3EC seems to be linked to death visiting Bran and Jojen only after near death experiences, and visiting Euron after his near death experience which explains Euron's symbolism with the 3EC. This being hinted at when Theon refers to Euron's patched eye as his "smiling eye". Jaime said the smiling knight was "a madman, cruelty and chivalry all jumbled up together, but he did not know the meaning of fear." which does seem to describe Euron pretty well. But i do acknowledge this theory is pretty crackpot having little evidence.
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    Poll: Is Jon Snow the son of a Dayne?

    Yes, but not a hard Yes. I like N+A=J I'm even open to Benjen+Ashara=Jon.
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    Poll: Is Quentyn, Called 'Frog', Still Alive?

    Hmm i'm kind of in between on this one. While the Dornish all have Black hair and dark eyes, Quentyn has brown hair and brown eyes. "The seed is strong". He also has a broad nose, and a square jaw where Oberyn has a sharp nose. Quentyn doesn't seem to fit the traditional Dornish look. I'm open to the idea of the real Quentyn being in Norvos or Volantis but if I had to choose. Quentyn is dead.
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    Poll: Is Varys a Woman?

    Varys is a boy, I feel since losing his testicles so early he didn't have a chance to properly go through puberty.
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    Poll: Is Daario actually Euron?

    I suppose Daario's beard is blue for all the shade of the evening he spills? No, Daario is not Euron. I'm more apt to believe Daario is the harpy.
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    Favorite Bastards

    1. Daemon Blackfyre - Probably the best swordsman of all time. The way he paused the fight after defeating Gwayne Corbray to make sure he wasn't killed. Seems like a pretty honorable dude. 2. Glendon Flowers - Everyone gives him shit and he still kicks everyone ass at whitewalls tourney including Daemon II after he had been tortured. 3. Aurane Waters - Played Cersei and stole her ships 4. Orys Baratheon - Even though I liked Argilac a lot Orys still pretty badass.
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    Who is the 3EC?

    There are a few points that make me doubt that Bloodraven is the 3EC. 1. They way Leaf responds to Bran after he asks if she's taking him to see the 3EC and she corrects him by saying "the Greenseer". 2. When Bran asks Bloodraven if he is the 3EC and he responds by saying he was a member of the Night's Watch. 3. In Bran's dream, how the Weirwood who seems to represent Bloodraven is watching Bran fall while the crow is actually engaging with Bran. I don't see Bloodraven manifesting himself in 2 different ways in the same dream at the same time. 4. The fact the GRRM is calling it a crow and not a raven, knowing Bran would know the difference spending time in the rookery with the Ravens and feeding the crows on the first keep. This could be just to throw off the scent, but it would be sloppy writing if it is. To me the crow seems to be linked with death, the only 2 characters we know who were visited by the 3EC was Jojen when he almost died of Greywater fever and Bran after he almost died from his fall. Also a crow in most other mythology is linked to death as well. This makes me think there is a possibility of the 3EC being a manifestation of death; like the stranger, lion of night, god of many faces, etc... I do have another theory but it borders more on Fanfic than theory about Shiera Seastar being the 3EC, and there being others who had near death experiences with the 3EC.
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    Songs that Make Us Think of A Song of Ice and Fire

    Self Esteem - The Offspring )reminds me of Jaime and Cersei) Living Dead Girl - Rob Zombie (Lady Stoneheart's theme song)
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    Elia Martell: Yes, another Septa Lemore speculation

    I don't fully understand where the whole Ashara+Howland thing comes from. I don't remember any foreshadowing or set up for that theory. I always assumed Jyana Reed is actually Lyanna Reed (Lyanna Stark) and that Jojen is the name Howland is using to travel by. Meera would be their only child, which is why Bran is reminded of Arya so much by Meera, and Arya reminds Ned of Lyanna. As for Septa Lemore I believe she is Tyene Sand's mother. I'm pretty sure Elia's body was identifiable. Elia is described as flat chested while Tyrion had this to say of Lemore, I believe Tyene Sand's mother is how Doran knew about Griff and when they landed, she's his inside woman.
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