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  1. Of course she was, i thought that was clear long time ago. There are plenty of "statistical videos" on mentions, popularity etc. Daenerys was always on top of them.
  2. Im one of those pessimistic guys that think GRRM is 72yo and very obese, also his writing as of recent is really slow, so at best i see just TWOW published.
  3. let me spoil it for you guys, nothing from what happened in the show will be in the books... because there will be no books
  4. Well the man said it clearly in the interview: 1. Tyrion 2/3. Arya/Dany 4. Sam 5. Jon
  5. Thats interesting take, also if i remember correctly GRRM said that he will do a plot twist in TWOW with a character that is no longer alive in the show and one of the main candidates for tihs is Barristan, also he confirmed in a later interview that he is going for that twist. So this is very interesting, one of the betrayals Dany saw in the visions might be Barristan? P.s Also what comes as an idea is the dream Tyrion has - where he fights side by side with Bittersteel and Barristan, seems like a prophetic dream on a fight where Tyrion, Aegon/JonCon/GoldenCompany and Barristan will fight together versus the Lannisters, him slaying his father might be a metaphor for slaying Cersei and Bittersteel for the Golden Company.
  6. I said, not that thinfoilish, not that i buy it 100%, it just made me think something is wrong about Daenerys and her backstory and some of the stuff there made sense.
  7. Yeah im thinking the same, however my question was if the letter to GRRM and his answer are real, or someone is just photoshopping etc
  8. Do you by any chance have idea if that letter to GRRM where he is asked about Dany's past is legit? “Dany remembers a lemon tree outside the house with the red door in Braavos, but citrus trees shouldn’t really grow in Braavos’s cold, foggy climate. Is this discrepancy significant? Does it point to future revelations about Dany’s past?” “Very perceptive of you. Yes, it does point to… well, that would be telling.”
  9. I enjoyed the read and found it not that thin-foilish. Of course you need to ignore any TV show related stuff and be willing to explore alternative explanations.
  10. from the looks of the few comments i skimmed it seems nobody has read this essay: https://thelasthearth.freeforums.net/thread/572/dany A bit thinfoilish but still if someone is into alternative theories its worth a read. P.s(No there is no mother and son incest lol and Daenerys is still Targaryen but not the one she thinks).
  11. ITs not about 100% correct medieval battle plans and tactics or full realism. Its about common sense during a scene. I mean come on... i am no historian or anything, i enjoyed the good FX of the show, i even enjoyed that silly scene in BoB where the horses crash around Jon... however when the background build up for the battle gets so absurd like the last season it bothers me and its hard to enjoy the good stuff.
  12. Hm, what do you mean. He says the chance of Bran not being the king is very low(he first says 100% and after that says its 99%). And in general those are the 3 "WTF moments" coming out of George. I dont see this story ending with the typical king/queen, meaning i dont see it as Daenerys or Jon ruling in the end.
  13. Well the Battle of the Blackwater sequence... if you follow it its actually about the characters - there is dialogue, emotion, acting... etc. While the later battles are about showing off special effects and pointless slaughter and slashing. If you compare the costs of the blackwater episode with BOB or the "short night" im sure its a fraction of it and its still much better.
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