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  1. Why are people so obsessed with Sansa being raped? Daenerys used her dragons to massacre people for her rights to Westeros, is a warmonger and wants to enforce her will on people who don't want her for a queen whatever her good intentions Bran doesn't use his powers against the people and he's pretty pacifistic in comparison to Daenerys. He becomes king via election rather than war. Daenerys is war and tyranny Bran is peace and choice
  2. Sophie's comments aren't canon. They're just her interpretation. She's come up with some pretty crazy things before too. GRRM will write whatever he thinks his best. That said, Sansa will end the series at 14-15 so unless there's a timeskip forward, there's no answer to whether Sansa will have children. Also GRRM already confirmed that there are other Starks running around albeit very distant from the main branch so House Stark won't die out even if none of Ned's kids have children.
  3. Not if you go with the plausible theory that the Lord of Light and Bran are the same being. I mean who said that the Lord of Light was talking in the present to his followers? He could be transmitting messages from the future. And it’s noted that Bloodraven can see Melisandre when she tries to look in her flames.
  4. Actually, you’re wrong here. Sansa would pass the Stark name off to her sons. It’s already happened in the past with previous Starks and it happened with the Lannisters too. Bael Bard had a bastard with the Last Stark’s daughter who he legitimized as a Stark to inherit for him. All the current Starks and Lannisters are descended from Brandon the Builder and Lann the Clever via the female line although I could always see Sansa marrying a Karstark thereby keeping her line pure wolf.
  5. Isaac confirmed that GRRM told Benioff and Weiss that Bran will be king so don’t waste your time if you think that a plot point could get you to quit the books. It was the intention from the beginning. It is Brandon Stark’s story.
  6. Jorah’s a really shitty Nice Guy in the books. Dude, straight up knocks out Tyrion’s tooth with a backhand steel glove to the face because he dared talk back to him. i don’t think the Targaryens are going to be shunted aside until the end where they collapse after they saving the world. Lannisters will stay relevant to the end at least because Tyrion is Hand.
  7. It’s from a TWOW sample chapter(just remember that Euron is just a stand-in for Bran since he thinks this all meant for him): "The bleeding star bespoke the end," he said to Aeron. "These are the last days, when the world shall be broken and remade. A new god shall be born from the graves and charnel pits." Then Euron lifted a great horn to his lips and blew, and dragons and krakens and sphinxes came at his command and bowed before him. “Kneel, brother,” the Crow’s Eye commanded. “I am your king, I am your god. Worship me, and I will raise you up to be my priest.” ...... “Why would I want that hard black rock? Brother, look again and see where I am seated.” Aeron Damphair looked. The mound of skulls was gone. Now it was metal underneath the Crow’s Eye: a great, tall, twisted seat of razor sharp iron, barbs and blades and broken swords, all dripping blood. Impaled upon the longer spikes were the bodies of the gods. The Maiden was there and the Father and the Mother, the Warrior and Crone and Smith … even the Stranger. They hung side by side with all manner of queer foreign gods: the Great Shepherd and the Black Goat, three-headed Trios and the Pale Child Bakkalon, the Lord of Light and the butterfly god of Naath. And there, swollen and green, half-devoured by crabs, the Drowned God festered with the rest, seawater still dripping from his hair. —————— So here we have Euron announcing that red comet is foreshadowing the rise of a god who becomes king and is worshipped hence all the Gods (sans the Old Gods) being impaled by the Iron Throne. There is but one god and his name.....is Bran. And in AGOT, we see Bran as the red comet: Bran looked down, and felt his insides turn to water. The ground was rushing up at him now. The whole world was spread out below him, a tapestry of white and brown and green. He could see everything so clearly that for a moment he forgot to be afraid. He could see the whole realm, and everyone in it. He saw Winterfell as the eagles see it, the tall towers looking squat and stubby from above, the castle walls just lines in the dirt. He saw Maester Luwin on his balcony, studying the sky through a polished bronze tube and frowning as he made notes in a book. He saw his brother Robb, taller and stronger than he remembered him, practicing swordplay in the yard with real steel in his hand. He saw Hodor, the simple giant from the stables, carrying an anvil to Mikken's forge, hefting it onto his shoulder as easily as another man might heft a bale of hay. At the heart of the godswood, the great white weirwood brooded over its reflection in the black pool, its leaves rustling in a chill wind. When it felt Bran watching, it lifted its eyes from the still waters and stared back at him knowingly. He looked east, and saw a galley racing across the waters of the Bite. He saw his mother sitting alone in a cabin, looking at a bloodstained knife on a table in front of her, as the rowers pulled at their oars and Ser Rodrik leaned across a rail, shaking and heaving. A storm was gathering ahead of them, a vast dark roaring lashed by lightning, but somehow they could not see it. He lifted his eyes and saw clear across the narrow sea, to the Free Cities and the green Dothraki sea and beyond, to Vaes Dothrak under its mountain, to the fabled lands of the Jade Sea, to Asshai by the Shadow, where dragons stirred beneath the sunrise. Finally he looked north. He saw the Wall shining like blue crystal, and his bastard brother Jon sleeping alone in a cold bed, his skin growing pale and hard as the memory of all warmth fled from him. And he looked past the Wall, past endless forests cloaked in snow, past the frozen shore and the great blue-white rivers of ice and the dead plains where nothing grew or lived. North and north and north he looked, to the curtain of light at the end of the world, and then beyond that curtain. He looked deep into the heart of winter, and then he cried out, afraid, and the heat of his tears burned on his cheeks. ——————— The World Ice and Fire sets up a God-Emperor as the ending as well. The God-on-Earth who reigned for over ten thousand years is foreshadowing.
  8. Vale, Riverlands and North would unite behind Bran. His sister, uncle and cousin are leading those 3. If Tyrion supports Bran like on the show then that gets the Westerlands as well. Sansa can work her magic to try to get the rest. But Bran can demonstrate his magic powers to get people to vote for him. As GRRM says, why don't wizards rule the world? Power gravitates to it. Asha's in the North atm so she could develop a relationship with the Starks as well. That really leaves the Reach, Stormlands and Dorne. Bran could legitimize Edric or Gendry and Sam could develop a relationship with the Tyrells and Martells. We have 2 books left to get it all to work.
  9. Sansa isn't going crazy. She's normal and will be the Queen of Winter. Arya will eventually be brought back from the brink as will Tyrion. But I don't think Daenerys is going crazy. She'll have the Stannis story where she has to pick between what she wants and innocent lives. She'll make the wrong choice.
  10. Jon's not the most morally upright character in the books. There are several POVs like Barristan, Davos and Brienne that beat him in that regard. That said, the Meereense Blot already told us what the purpose of their ruling chapters are for which GRRM agreed with. They're to explore their values not to train them. At the end of the day, Jon and Dany are just teens and Bran's got thousands of years of wisdom behind him.
  11. Because Jon is going to be condemned for murdering Daenerys and Bran will have no choice but judge his brother. He'll look into Jon's eyes and realize that he can't execute him so he doesn't deserve to die and sends him to the Night's Watch. Jon= Bloodraven/Maester Aemon Daenerys= Aenys Blackfyre Bran = Egg I suppose it'll be Bran because he has magic powers and the right connections. Remember that when GRRM came up with these endings, Bran was supposed to end the story as an adult
  12. It's likely that Euron found that armor somewhere else besides Valyria. I doubt it'd be with Pyat Pred though. None of the warlock's are actual warriors. Someone came up with a good theory that Euron found the Valyrian steel armor set and the dragon egg at the same place. That being Gogossos
  13. As Leaf says, Bran's blood makes him a greenseer same with Euron. I don't think Euron had his potential unlocked until recently when he started drinking the warlock wine same with how the Weirwood sap affects Bran. There are parallels meant to be drawn between the two. Auto is evil Bran Stark. I don't think Euron has been skinchanging the Dusky women the whole time. Honestly I think he's skinchanging her right before sex. Victarion is noted to talk a lot to her about his plans post coitus. I don't think skinchanging the dragon would work. The reason is that the Dragons are thousands of miles away. And while maybe he can enter their minds and warg them, he'd have to be warging them 24/7 to get them over to him. And spending too much time in a dragon will turn him more dragon-like. And if he decides to take breaks the dragon will wonder wtf it was doing and go back so it'd end up kinda fruitless.
  14. Nah. Bloodraven contacted Euron for a reason. Only real reason why would be because Euron was an especially powerful warg like Bran and Bloodraven was holding try outs for the protagonist role that Euron eventually failed. Euron just wouldn't be the fully realized greenseer/warg that Bloodraven is though so he wouldn't be nearly as powerful. Although the warlock wine might have given him a power boost. Anyways it's very possible that taking over a dragon's mind might be harder than taking over a person's mind. For all we know because it's such a magical creature, dragons come with magical inhibitors for things trying to possess them
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