Lord Varys Posted February 10, 2019 Share Posted February 10, 2019 3 minutes ago, Rhaenys_Targaryen said: And yet, Gyldayn states that Jaehaerys and the Faith agreed to have that power being taken away from the Faith in the quoted part above (expanded shortly after posting and thus absent in the post of mine that you quoted). And even if the true reconciliation occurred in 54 AC (although Gyldayn calls the events of 48 AC the reconciliation on several occasions in the book), that still does not fit with Yandel's account, which states that Barth was sent to Oldtown by Jaehaerys to achieve the things Gyldayn states Jaehaerys himself achieved in 48 AC. Yandel is pretty much wrong on all of that. He doesn't even mention the Doctrine of Exceptionalism. It may be that Barth was sent to Oldtown later to deal with the final breaking of the Faith of the judicial powers, but Jaehaerys I and Alysanne reconciled with the Faith in 54 AC when they made clear who in the future would rule the Faith as much as everybody else in Westeros. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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