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Skahaz mo Kandaq

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  1. A lot of people have small amounts of Targaryen blood. But that has never kept a Baratheon from betraying them. Blood alone would not make someone loyal. Marwyn's loyalty must run deeper than blood. Something he learned overseas led him to sympathize with the Targaryens. If not sympathize, at least take their side against the maesters.
  2. Why? He just found out that his monarch is alive and has hatched three dragons. Daenerys is the heir to the Targaryen throne. Westeros is suffering because of the Lannisters, Starks, Baratheons, and Greyjoys. Westeros had it much better under Targaryen rule. He wants to convince his queen to come home and bring discipline back to Westeros.
  3. He's just emotionally and mentally damaged from his near-death experience. Wights do not live as long as he has.
  4. Maybe he does, maybe he doesn't. The only way he gets on board is by marrying Daenerys. He will have to submit and take on a supporting role. He gets to ride a dragon if he has the humility to do that.
  5. Qyburn will be the one to turn his back on Cersei. He's a man of science and wants a patron to fund his studies. A man like that can be bought. Cersei is somewhat shortsighted but not as short as say, Jon Snow.
  6. The bottom line, the eggs did not hatch for Egg and Rhaegar because they are not Azor Ahai. They hatched for Dany because she is Azor Ahai. I don't know if the other stuff even mattered.
  7. The strict adherence to duty is crucial for the NW to do its duty. Loving and having attachments which may compromise a man's dedication to the NW and its role are detrimental. Love between husband and wife can be a good thing for a monarch. Take Aerys and Rhaella. History would have been different if there was deep love in that marriage. You have to look at the nature of each duty before making an analysis whether love is good or bad. But what is really important is having the intelligence and the self-discipline to have the right priorities. For a ruling Queen, yes, Daenerys is correct. The Queen belongs to her people. The desires of the heart for romantic love must take a back seat to the needs of her people. Daenerys Targaryen is both more intelligent and shows better judgment compared to Robb Stark. The NW is a different animal altogether. They have a very focused goal: to stop the Others from destroying Westeros. The dedication to duty applies but the Brotherhood live within smaller boundaries. Aegon is impulsive. I too believe he will fall under the spell of Arianne Martell. But he is an impulsive boy. One look at Daenerys and he will fall in love a second time. I don't think she will return the love but she will agree to a marriage if it will further her objectives.
  8. It's the way of war. The Westermen get their bonus and take it back home. Tywin earns the loyalty of the men and the stolen goods make their way back to the Lannister villages.
  9. It depends on who you ask. The Nights King would look like a hero from the Other side. We only heard the human side. It is completely possible for the humans to be the ones at fault. They were taking land away from the native species of Westeros.
  10. The prophecy probably refers to Dany. The thing is, I don't believe Cersei will still be around when Dany comes to Westeros. War will happen between Aegon and Cersei. Only one comes out alive and it is going to be Aegon. I thought Cersei had the better chances but her reign is loosing funds. The Iron Bank is not going back to the table to renegotiate.
  11. This is my ninth year on this forum. I have seen this theory before. Here and on a show called game of thrones academy. I agree. Craster and the Stark are the same blood. They are kin. The Others are not going to be pleased if Mellissandre burns Craster's son.
  12. The Khal was quite a man. He wasn't Targaryen but he was as much a king as any of their monarchs. He didn't inherit his position. He earned it through strength and cunning. His life was worth a lot.
  13. He's grey. Just the sort preferred by the author. Jorah sold poachers to the slavers. I had no illusions about him being a nice guy. But I appreciate his transformation into a loyal protector to Dany. I can forgive Jorah for his past as long as he continues to protect Dany and her interests.
  14. Dany is Azor Ahai Yup. The gemstones are family symbols. Which land is said to have gemstones aplenty? Asshai.
  15. Who would you have voted to be Lord Commander? I would nominate and vote for Bowen Marsh.
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