Pod The Impaler Posted November 21, 2014 Share Posted November 21, 2014 This is a problem George touched with Mel too. Apparently, she killed Renly so that he would not defeat Stannis at KL; but killing Renly directly led to Garlan wearing Renly's armour and defeating Stannis all the same. Later, Mel thought in her POV that she needs to take action to prevent the bad visions coming true ("otherwise what is the point of seeing them" she thinks). That is the recipe for getting kicked in the balls each time by a prophecy. Mel thinks she can force prophecy into conforming with what she imagines destiny is. Man-sized cold shadow exits her vagina and kills people? "Well, I'm righteous, so that must be the will of R'Hillor." Of course the religious rocks that she is steering her ship of state towards is that the prophecies also speak of how false prophets untimately serve the darkness. So if it turns out Stannis is not Ahor Azai, then the false prophet is her. Oops. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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