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  1. It seems the Ukrainian army will kindly show them where the Russian borders are.
  2. That's true. And I guess it's not the only case where small details are added. @Ran can you tell us about the canonity of the book? Is it the same as the Worldbook?
  3. Sure, but that's not what the calculation says. All we know about her is that she lived in the second century after the Conquest. She can't have been born after 167 AC, but she could have been born as early as 100 AC. And she can't have died before 140 AC, but she could have lived until 220 AC or an even later point. So of course her date of birth defines the date of her death. If she had been born in 120 AC, she could have died in 140 AC. If she had been born in 160 AC, she would have died around 180 AC as the earliest option.
  4. While you stumbled upon one of the most useless wiki calculations, it's not wrong, though. All we can say is that she must have been born by 167 AC (I assume she was born in the early 130ies, but based on the calculation guidelines there is no way to prove it) and died after 140 AC (maybe she has lived up to the events of the She-Wolves)
  5. Well, I don't have access to these, so just TRP and F&B. If the unpublished earlier drafts mentioned that Munkun also covered incidents from earlier points, this would certainly explain where you got the idea from.
  6. I guess this works, I was just surprised this wasn't in the source material and assumed you might have got confused on the various sources.
  7. I got a bit confused, is Jaehaera or Jaehaerys the older twin? Do we know at all?
  8. Something I have been wondering about before: The Worldbook says: It was only a few moons later that Daemon was exiled. As for the reason? Our sources differ greatly. Some, such as Runciter and Munkun, suggest that King Viserys and King Daemon quarreled (for brotherly love rarely stands in the way of disagreements), and that is why Daemon left. But F&B doesn't mention Munkun in this case, and I think this makes more sense. Munkun isn't mentioned when Gyldayn discusses his sources for the reign of Viserys, and Munkun seems to write about the Dance and the aftermath, basing his account on Orwyle who came to court only in 127 AC. So in my opinion it's just not likely Munkun has anything to say about this incident.
  9. The GoT wiki claims his name is Willem Blackwood, but I have no idea where this comes from.
  10. @Ran Since you mentioned Johanna Swann: She seems to have been still a courtesan in 131 AC, so do you think her rule took place at a point after 136 AC (and thus could come up in F&B 2)?
  11. The deaths didn't occur during the tourney itself but during the trial of seven, which is a completely different thing. In the tourney Aerion killed his opponent's horse and was disqualified. And when one of the participants lost his helmet, his opponent didn't aim for his head.
  12. The average per generation is around 22.5 for the Targaryens and Starks. Theo was "young" in 10 AC, so maybe 18 years old. Let's say Bertrand was born around 14 AC, Martyn around 37 AC, Martyn's son around 60 AC, Martyn's grandson around 82 AC, the great-grandson around 105 AC and Lyonel around 128 AC. So Matthos could have been Martyn's son or grandson. Maybe Lyonel's father was born a bit earlier, so he would be the one courting Rhaenyra.
  13. You said Daemon claimed Caraxes in 105 AC. I always had the impression this happened earlier, so why do you think it was that late?
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