Greymoon Posted November 26, 2013 Share Posted November 26, 2013 ...has no one ever thought that:"And so it begins"/"no, so it ends" doesn't refer to that particular battle or the rebellion, but to Jon's reign? It might mean both of course, it's ambiguous enough. At this point it seems futile to crown Jon, but perhaps the KG had a plan. It seems strange that they did not in fact leave the country with the heir to the throne. Granted Lyanna was apparently still alive when Ned found her, but...still. Towards her, they had no proper obligation, besides their own conscience and Rhaegar's memory. And though this seems silly, Gerold Dayne did have a hand in the Myrcella plot and it would make for a nice parallel if Arthur Dayne and the remaining KG sought to make a last stand to reinstate a Targaryen on the throne. It might explain the disappearance of the mysterious Ashara, too, if say she had a mission to accomplish in Essos...(hire the Golden Company?) that'd be a nice twist. The Daynes are a mysterious bunch, flying just below the radar of both Dorne and Westeros. I'm just wondering how they are involved in the story. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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