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  1. Didn't find anywhere here, sorry if it's double. Rumors about casting call for Daemon Targaryen: https://www.theilluminerdi.com/2020/08/17/house-of-the-dragon-prince/ Male, 40-50, lead. Casting calls for Rhaenyra and Alicent: https://redanianintelligence.com/2020/07/18/hbos-game-of-thrones-prequel-house-of-the-dragons-is-looking-for-two-female-leads/ Rhaenyra actress to be in her "late twenties", Alicent to be "slightly older"
  2. Do we know for sure, if Robert, Stannis and Renly were ever knighted?
  3. Guys, I am not native English speaker, need your help. This sentence in TWOIAF: So, does it mean Battle of Bells happened adter the wedding? because currenlty wiki says it happened before the wedding.
  4. @Lord Varys Not only I absolutely support your theory that Aegon was sterile, I believe that was a reason of Aegon's marriage to Rhaenys and not this absurd "one for duty, one for love". Sure, Aegon probably loved his younger sister, but would Visenya be a doormat and allow Aegon to shame her so much? I don't think so. But if their marriage was childless after couple of years, Visenya would relent. And that's why Argillac and Sharra Arryn believed Aegon will set aside his sisters and take his daughter/her to marriage - they knew his wives were barren and they believed he will do like Maegor did - try again with different woman.
  5. Ugh... Valyrians could have multiple wives. That doesn't scream "gender equality" to me.
  6. Yeah, probably. But you know why I noticed this part? There was a theory about Gods punishing all those scoundrels who wronged Targaryens: Jon Arryn was first to rebel - he died first, Robert died after him, Ned was next, then Hoster Tully, Tywin the last. They betrayed Aerys the Saint (yep, there are people who think Aerys was absolutely right in everything) and they were punished by gods, and all their Houses will be destroyed as well (and in the books they all are on the brink of destruction). Well, TV-series gods definitely play for other team. Only those Houses who didn't support Bobby B are destroyed. Tough titties Disclaimer - I am kidding. I don't believe any of those things
  7. Something interesting I just noticed: three Great Houses were obliterated by the show. Targaryens, Tyrells and Martells. Well, we don't know new Dornish Prince's name but I suspect he is not Martell, it would be said so if he was. Tyrells and Martells were only Great Houses who openly sided with Targaryens during Robert's Rebellion.
  8. Well, probably it will mean there will be more than 2 books. I mean, we need to see: Dany getting Essos to order Stannis reaching Winterfell Winterfell Battle Stannis going back to the Wall Stannis burning Shireen Jon's resurrection Jon going back to Winterfell Boltons dying Euron doing whatever shit he planned Aegon doing whatever shit he planned Dornish girls doing whatever shit Doran planned Sansa doing whatever shit Petyr planned Shit happens to Margaery and Tyrells Arya getting bakc to Westeros Deny getting back to Westeros Somebody deal with Freys Somebody deals with Cersei Somebody deals with Others Bran coming back from the cave Bran becoming a king Everybody gets some conclusion There are more action than it happened in 5 books before. I mean, Stannis was crawling to Winterfell for 1.5 books already. Given current pace GRRM will need 10 new books to finalize all this shit
  9. Actually yes. Prior to the show Jon Snow was my favourite character. By the season 4 I started rooting for Alliser Thorne and I prayed for Jon to stay dead, in books as well. I really-really-really dislike the way Kit Harrington played Jon. He irritated me so much, ugh.
  10. Ah. Thanks. I've heard about this theory but never took it seriously, probably that's why I didn't recognize it.
  11. Ok... So, Baela and Raena are Prince Daemon's daughters and they are called "ladies". Prince Daemon is king's younger brother. So, does it mean king's younger brother's children are not princes and princesses? Viserys is Aegon III's younger brother. But his second son Aemon is called "new prince" (though Aemon and Aegon are never called "prince Aegon or prince Aemon in the book"). So, let's speculate: when kids are current king's grandchildren via sons they are princes no matter what (Baelon's sons, Maekar's sons during Hedge Knight) but if kids are born when they are king's nephews and nieces, they are lords and ladies? I looked into British system thru Wikipedia: So, I suppose Westeros is using George I's system.
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