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R+L=J&M [Part VI] - ADOS Endgame Prediction: The Dark Meera Saga

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Crazy map guy here again and I found another in-world map clue...a very big one.
So I need some volunteers to discuss this theory privately...nah jk lol. No foreplay for this one.

Prologue:
I guess in the forum world, R+L=J is the leading candidate of all the TOJ theories. I guess there are baby swap, N+A=J and N+Wylla=J etc believers out there too.
I feel really lucky to be the only R+L=J&M fanboy out doing hard research for it's background, and I found more than I ever expected.
I have the luxury of having one more core character, one more element, and use ASOIAF inspirations from sources that people never expected.

What I haven't done for R+L=J&M so far is have a theory of how it ends. Instead of revealing the clues I found, I wrote a short story that naturally works with the clues. So if you guys have ~45 minutes to read my fan fiction prediction, you may get a taste of how ASOIAF could go down in ADOS (not TWOW) via R+L=J&M. And yes, like all my other theories, its supported with deciphering Easter Eggs in sigils (thanks three-eyed monkey!), anagrams of names and the map. This is just a prediction, it probably won't happen this way in the books. But just in case I am close, do not read this unless you are willing to have the ending potentially spoiled, it will have a lot of plausible twists.

This ADOS fan-fic may have the BIGGEST in-book twist that was never ever considered, and it is supported with deciphered secret messages..........final spoiler warning..........okay here we go.


First Act - Human

It all begins with Bloodraven being escorted to the Wall with Aemon Targaryen and Ser Duncan the Tall in 233 AC.
Bloodraven have baited Aenys Blackfrye to come to King's Landing peacefully, but only to have him executed.
He was exiled to the Night's Watch by King Aegon V Targaryen, which he has been bitter about it since.
Wanting revenge against the realm that betrayed him, and revenge against the Night's Watch in which his vows would not allow him to father his son, he travels to the Land of Always Winter to seeks out the Others to revive the Long Night.

He awakens the Others with magic and initiates an alliance.
Bloodraven, through magic, will live long enough to watch his revenge plot succeed, while the Others take over the world with the help of his kin.
With the weirwood spynet, Bloodraven can spy for information wherever there is a weirwood tree.  
The Others learn about dragons from Bloodraven, and want some for themselves for world domination.

The Others also attack the remaining Children of the Forest until extinction. They are revived and become wights that can speak and cook.
 
Craster is a triple spy.
He spies for Mance against the Night's Watch, and gains their trust & protection.
He spies for the Night's Watch against Mance, and gains their trust & protection.
But his real intention is to spy and work for his father, Bloodraven, a Targaryen spymaster bastard.

All of Craster's male children are given to the Others for one sole reason ... dragon riding when the time comes again.
The females are left for one reason, incest breeding of Targaryen bastards beyond the Wall.
Bloodraven & Craster's bastard Targaryen dynasty beyond the Wall is a version of the Blackfyre bastards in Essos.
And yes, Bloodraven has the Targaryen ancestral VS sword Dark Sister outside of Westero's border like Blackfyre is.

Bloodraven slowly builds his dynasty of inbred male Targaryen bastards, until he has the right numbers for an invasion and until it is the right time for dragons, as per his deal with the Others.

Pound for pound, the Others HAVE NO CHANCE against dragons if they invade over the Wall. The would only invade if they have a tactical plan to miraculously kill the dragons, revive it, warg it AND have a living Targaryen physically riding it. Unfortunately, just warging into a Targaryen dragon, dead or alive, would need Targaryen blood, therefore the Others and someone like Bran Stark cannot do it. Someone with Targaryen blood needs to tame each dragon, this is where Bloodraven's inbred kin are important.

Aside from dragons, Westeros has an abundance of dragonglass in Dragonstone. If equppied properly, humans have a fighting chance against the Others.

But then Bloodraven sees another opportunity in 283 AC. He spies on the weirwood trees of the Wolf Den's in White Harbor. Here, he sees Eddard Stark and Howland Reed having a discussion about splitting the Stark-Targaryen twins Jon Snow & Meera Reed. With Stark warging blood and Targaryen dragon-taming blood, the Others can REMOTELY control TWO LIVING dragons at once. This is enough to surprise attack a third from behind. Once they take control of TWO living dragons and kill other dragons into zombies, there is nothing that can stop them from taking over Westeros and the world.

If the Others hold Jon & Meera hostage during their invasion of Westeros, they would be used as a counter-measure against aerial attacks by fire dragons or dragonglass. So they keep waiting for the right opportunity, for the right numbers, for the right time.

The time has come. The plan is to begin. It starts in the AGOT prologue.

The Others engage Waymar Royce to bait the Night's Watch to come to them.
Benjen Stark falls for the bait, and he was killed too.
A dead Benjen has become a wight and speak on behalf of the Others as Coldhands, their on-foot henchman.
The Others learn that Jon Snow have joined the Night's Watch from Benjen's memories.

Craster first spots Jon Snow at his keep and informs the Bloodraven and the Others, but his message was delayed because he got really drunk the night before. The Others attack the Fist of the First Men, hoping to get Jon, but he was not there. They cannot get a hold of Jon for a while.

Craster is later killed in the Night's Watch mutiny, and Bloodraven sends Coldhands to avenge the murder of his son.

In the meanwhile Bloodraven, just like he did with Aenys Blackfyre, have successfully baited Meera, Bran, Jojen & Hodor into his cave with food and green dream candy, but the weirwood paste is just a drug to keep Bran preoccupied. Bloodraven knows that they needed a second dragon in order to make the invasion successful, so they wait again for Jon Snow.

Jon Snow returns to Castle Black after his ACOK, ASOS & ADWD story, and is finally assassinated.

Jon Snow is resurrected by Melisandre & R'hllor using Craster/Gilly's king-blooded son after the baby swap ... and do whatever the story of TWOW takes him.

Ultimately Coldhands shows up to Castle Black, reveals he is Benjen Stark, and baits Jon Snow to rescuing Bran Stark from an unnamed enemy. Jon Snow knows nothing and does this without question.

Bloodraven and Jon meet, only then did Jon know he was setup into a trap. Bloodraven continues to hold Bran, Jojen, and Hodor as hostages in the cave. The Others, Coldhands and the wights will begin marching to the Nightfort with hostages Jon & Meera, along with the inbred male Targaryen bastards ready to physically ride dragons. Jon still does not know why he and Meera are needed. Bloodraven reveals that he and Meera are royal twin brother and sister, children to Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen, heirs to the Iron Throne. But Bloodraven does not mention their potential abilities. As a token of faith so the twins would behave during the march, Bloodraven lets Jon keep Longclaw, and Meera is given Dark Sister. The Others know giving them the two Valyrian steel swords is harmless since they are surrounded by thousands of wights. 

They arrive at the Nightfort, and Coldhands instructs Jon to say his Night's Watch vows to open the Black Gate underneath. Coldhands tells Jon that the wights cannot go through the Black Gate, and Meera confirms this statement after her first encounter with Coldhands. Once Jon is inside, Jon is instructed to open the main gate of the Nightfort so the invasion can pass through there. If Jon does not comply, Bran will be killed.

Jon, with his quick thinking, accepts sacrificing Bran, Meera & the gang to prevent the invasion. He agrees to Coldhand's instructions, but he knew he would not comply when he gets to the other side of the Wall. Jon says his vows and the Black Gate opens. NOPE. Jon Snow & his twin sister Meera know nothing too. It was another baiting trap set by the Others. His choice of duty over family has betrayed Jon. The Black Gate is the ONLY way the Others and the wights can get in. Jon gets extremely angry and kills Coldhands, his dead uncle, with Longclaw and a flaming torch. The wights restrain Jon and threaten to kill Meera if he does not cooperate. The Others begin their invasions through the Black Gate like hundreds of thousands rats pouring out of a hole in the kitchen floor.  

But once over the Wall, the Others have become self-aware and betray Bloodraven, their awakening-creator. They kill and burn ALL off his bastard Targaryen male dragon riders. The Others, now in control of Jon & Meera, do not need physical dragon riders anymore. The Others instruct the zombie CoTF to stay in the cave with the hostages, including Bloodraven so he can watch his evil genius plan betray him. Bloodraven that poor soul, betrayed by the realm, the Night's Watch and now the Others.

Bloodraven finally reveals his evil plans to Bran. The Others do not need Jon & Meera's blood for the Iron Throne. They needed to them to remotely control dragons for world domination, because their blood is good for both warging and dragon-taming.

Back in Westeros, a bunch of story arcs are addressed in TWOW like Dany finally coming to Westeros, fAegon was fake the entire time and was burnt by Dany's dragons, Myrcella is successfully assassinated, Lady Stoneheart is chilling with Jaime & Brienne, Arya or LSH kills all the Freys ... etc.

[The gap-years between TWOW & ADOS, forum nerds will argue if Jon being revived by Melisandre will affect the plans of the Others]

 

Middle Act - Wight 
 
Now in ADOS, the Others arrive in Westeros and starts killing EVERYTHING. They reach the Trident. 

Now Daenerys, riding Drogon, comes to the rescue with Viserion & Rhaegal flying right behind her.
The Others sees this and they begin their ingenious plan. Meera is executed, and resurrected as a wight. As a wight, the Others command her to warg into Rhaegal remotely.
Jon is executed for his second death, but he is not being resurrected for some reason the Others do not know.
It is because Jon was already resurrected by R'hllor with his first death.
Bloodraven's failure to spot this flaw has betrayed the Others. 
 
The Others thought they will have two dragons surprise-attack one, but now they only have one dragon surprise-attack two. 
They continue the rear attack anyways since they have no choice.
Zombie-Meera's remote-controlled Rhaegal attacks an unsuspecting Viserion from behind until Viserion falls and dies into the Trident river.
The human armies battle the wights below.
Human archers led by Randyll Tarly unleash a rain cloud of dragonglass tipped arrowheads after he received the message and dragonglass from his son Samwell.
After Rhaegal kills Viserion, Rhaegal ignites this company of archers into flames including Randyll.
Human archers unleash a rain cloud of dragonglass tipped arrowheads hoping to hit and kill the Others.
After Rhaegal kills Viserion, Rhaegal ignites this company of archers into flames.
Drogon, after a few successful napalm runs on the wights, has to return back to his line and confront evil Rhaegal.

Drogon and Rhaegal then engage into a flaming aerial dog fight, turning and burning, until both are badly wounded.
The Others consider resurrecting Viserion to help, but they do not because they fear Viserion could not be controlled without Targaryen blood. They shouldn't have killed Bloodraven's grandchildren after all.
The bigger Drogon looks like he is winning the fight, and at this point the Others retreat with Evil Meera & Evil Rhaegal north of the Trident, but still south of the Wall.

Dany & Drogon hold their airspace until the Others have retreated out of sight. She & Drogon fly to safety and heal, while the human armies hold south of the Trident.

The battle ends up in a draw, with Rhaegal stolen and Viserion dead, but the Others do not advance further South.

Lady Stoneheart walks up to Jon Snow's corpse that was left in the beginning of the battle. She remembers how Howland Reed revealed R+L=J&M to her when she and the Brotherhood without Banners were in Greywater Watch. Howland also told LSH that Jojen took Bran beyond the Wall to seek the Three-Eyed Crow. She gives Jaime and Brienne final instructions to travel beyond the Wall and rescue Bran & the gang.

Lady Stoneheart reminisce about her poor treatment to Jon Snow in Winterfell, even though he was never really Ned's bastard. Lady Stoneheart knows she is useless, but a revived Jon Snow with Stark-Targaryen blood may have a better chance at defeating the Others. She grabs Jon Snow and gives him the Last Kiss, which was originally from Beric Dondarrion, the Lightning Lord. Lady Stoneheart can finally rest in peace after fulling her revenge against the Freys and redeeming herself for Ned's nephew & not bastard son.

Jon Snow is resurrected by R'hllor again, but this time with a carry over from Thoros of Myr. A second revived Jon Snow meet Daenerys Targaryen for the first time and does whatever the ADOS story takes them.

Meanwhile, Jaime and Brienne find their way into Bloodraven's cave and rescues Bran, who has lost all his hair while being addicted to the green-seeing drugs. Jojen was killed in the rescue attempt by the zombie CotF. Brienne, a descendant of Duncan the Tall, kills Bloodraven for his evil plans and baiting tactics. Hodor, Brienne's distant kin, is killed too while protecting their escape route. With Hodor's sacrifice, Bran is saved and Jaime & Brienne escort him back south. The Others received news of the escape, but they do not care since Bran is valueless now and Jon is dead to them.

After Evil Rhaegal is fully healed, the Others resume their attack south. As they move past the Trident, the river freezes over so the wights can cross. They arrive at Harrenhal. The humans battle the Others and the wights on the ground. Samwell Tarly leads a company of archers equipped with dragonglass tipped arrows and fire arrows in the towers ruins of the tall castle. They rain down fire and glass from above. Some Others are killed by dragonglass, but not all of the Others. Wights are either burnt and killed in combat. But the true battle depended on the dragons.

Jon tries to remotely warg Rhaegal away from Meera, but it does not work. Being revived twice has weaken him.

Jon accepts a ride from Daenerys on Drogon and flies directly towards Meera to stop her. Rhaegal intercepts them, but Jon Snow is dropped in behind enemy lines, alone. Drogon & Rhaegal then battle their rematch above the God's Eye, turning and burning once again. Meera is guarded by a few wights and one Other, while being warged into Rhaegal. Jon Snow manages to kill all the wights protecting her. Jon then engages the Other with his Valyrian steel sword Longclaw and holds up to each strike of the enemy's blue ice blade, until Jon is stabbed in the legs. On his knees, Jon was able to parry the ice-demon's overhead death strike, and stabs the Other's ribs with a dragonglass dagger. The Other is defeated and melts away. Meera cannot react to Jon while she is still warged into Rhaegal since she is in the middle of a dragon duel with Daenerys. The other Others send all of their wights to kill Jon. 

Meanwhile in the dogfight above, the fresher and quicker Rhaegal has successfully closed in on Drogon and bit him on the shoulder, just missing Daenerys. Drogon & Daenerys then crash land into the beach of the God's Eye, severely wounded. The Others order Rhaegal & Meera to attack Harrenhal with Sam and the dragonglass archers.

With no fire around to burn Meera the wight, Jon is left with a difficult decision. With a few seconds alone with Meera before enemy reinforcement arrives and Harrenhal/Samwell gets torched, Jon crawls over to Meera and stabs Longclaw into the dirt upright. He then holds her, and gives the Last Kiss to his motionless zombie twin sister. He hopes his sacrifice would wake Meera up so she can use Rhaegal to save herself, and turn the tide of the war once and for all. Jon Snow dies for the third and final time.

This Last Kiss, which originally came from Beric, the Lightning Lord, and then to Lady Stoneheart, and then to Jon Snow, passes lightning magic into Meera. Meera while still warged into her dragon, passes the lightning magic to RhaegaL and thus becomes a LIGHTNING BREATHING DRAGON. Meera Stark-Tagaryen while warged into RhaegaL as a union has become LIGHTNINGBRINGER, aka LIGHTBRINGER...descendant of the rightful Targaryen lineage consisting of Rhaegar = the last Azor Ahai reborn, and his love Lyanna = Nissa Nissa. A lightning breathing dragon brings more light instantly than a fire breathing dragon. The range and strength of a lightning bolt is much stronger and quicker than fire. The dragon can fly higher at a zone that is safe against ground attacks, and still be effective with its lighting strikes below.

During her transformation, Meera screams like a siren that every man, wight, and Others can hear for miles. Meera's eyes have turned from blue wight to glowing bright white. Her brown hair un-knots, floating in the air like the tail of a peacock, surrounded by the small jolts of electricity that flickers around her.  

She stops her cry. Now, the winds of winter have turned against the Others. Thunderstorm clouds suddenly appear and a new darkness gathers. Drogon flies to safety & heals. But RhaegaL, fresh with new life and new light, begins the lightning rampage against the Others and wights ... starting with the zombies that are danger-close to Meera and her dead twin brother Jon Snow. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The dark skies flashes, electricity fills the air, ear drums shatter, and the ground rumbles like a false earthquake. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The Others retreat, but Rhaegal chases them down and hunts them from above. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The heroes and the humans watch this powerful dragon save them from the second Long Night, as the Azor Ahai & Lightbringer prophecy has been fulfilled. It has been nine revivals since the first time R'hllor have given THORos of Myr A chance. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Meera strikes her foes with lightning bolts from above as if she was the sky goddess of hammers. BOOM! BOOM! BBOOOOMM!!

Finally there was only ONE Other left. He reaches the banks of the Trident and as a last ditch effort, revives Viserion with Cold-God magic, who is underneath the frozen Trident from the first battle. He hopes Zombie Viserion can save him even without the Targaryen blood to tame him.

A resurrected Viserion emerges from the ice of the Trident as an ICE BREATHING DRAGON, with icy cold windy breath that would freeze and paralyze enemies in it's way. The breath can also crystallize the moisture in the air to sharp mini ice daggers.

The last Other tries to warg into Viserion and attack Rhaegal. The Ice Zombie Viserion flies towards the last Other, but he feels like he is losing control of the dragon since he does not have Targaryen blood. Viserion arrives and breathes freezing icy air against the last Other. The last Other, easily breaks out of the ice and attempts to flee, but then Rhaegal thunderstruck his ass BBBOOOOOOMMM! The threat of the Others comes to a final end. An uncontrolled and scared Viserion see Rhaegal approaching, but Viserion flies away in fear.


Final Act - Goddess

BUT WAIT, Meera & Rhaegal were never allies to the humans. She was resurrected by the Cold-Gods (the Others), resurrected by R'hllor and have lightning magic DNA from House Dondarrion. Meera is confused, she is blinded. She doesn't choose sides. After she defeated the Others, she mounts Rhaegal and turns her attack on humans. She would randomly kill humans and destroys villages here and there. Sometimes she would hide out of sight. Sometimes she would scream her deafening siren. But when she does attack, nothing can stop her and her lightning breathing dragon, not even a fire breathing dragon. 

Dark Meera learns her true potential after charging up an lightning ball atomic bomb weapon and destroys the Gods' Eye and Isle of Faces completely off the map. KABBBBOOOOOOOOMMMM!!!!

News spread fast across Westeros and everyone is praying for a savior. Even though the realm is still controlled by a Baratheon, the common folks lift secret toasts to Daenerys' & Drogon's health. The people of Westeros now fear for their lives and for their extinction. This Lightbringer prophecy was suppose to save them, but now it kicks them in the head like a half trained mule. Jon Snow f**ked up again. He truly knew nothing ... except dying.

Meanwhile after the successful rescue attempt, Bran the bald Prince of Winterfell, is riding with Brienne, descendant of Ser Duncan the Tall, along with Jaime Lannister. They witnessed a random lightning dragon attack on a human village, but managed to stay hidden from the confused & blinded Meera, the dark twin sister of Jon Snow.

Bran tries to warg into Meera, but she is too powerful. Bran, who is in love with Meera, is heavily conflicted with all of this. He wishes he never went to the Three-Eyed Crow to get his green-seer candy from that creepy old stranger. Bran, Jaime & Brienne continue their journey to King's Landing on horseback, occasionally fighting some random uncontrolled walking-deads that still roam around the country-side after the Others were defeated.

Ice Viserion continues flying aimlessly in the North. Bran, Jaime & Brienne spot him, the dead dragon, now with no Others to warg and control it. The gang decided they needed Viserion to help stop Rhaegal. Bran knew he does not have Targaryen blood, but attempts to warg it anyways. While warging, Bran tells Viserion to come to them. He can feel that Viserion is rejecting the warg, but at the same time he is flying towards them anyways. Everyone is scared for their lives as the ice dragon approaches because Bran does not feel the complete connection. 

Viserion lands in front Bran, but then looks at Jaime. The ice dragon bends it's head as if to allow Jaime to ride him. After Jaime gets on Viserion, the dead gold/white ice dragon, Bran felt like his warging is in full control now. Bran & Brienne also hop on and continue their journey south, wherever Bran directs Viserion to fly to. 

They stop by the ruins of the God's Eye after the lightning atomic bomb attack. They spot Jon Snow's body just outside of the lake, with Longclaw upright as his gravemark. Bran gets extremely emotional, and they bury Jon Snow in Harrenhal...the place where his father met his mother. Burning bodies is no longer needed, technically thanks to Jon. The gang takes Longclaw with them when they leave.

Meanwhile, Daenerys knows Dark Meera needs to be stop now or she will destroy the world. She knows there are no other hope besides her and Drogon, but she needs Drogon at full strength. Drogon continues healing at the Dragon Pit in King's Landing after some arrangement with Tyrion, Cersei and King Tommen for the sake of the realm.

But suddenly, Dark Meera & Rhaegal attack King's Landing with all the population to witness. Without being fully healed, Dany mounts Drogon and begins her hopeless defense of the city. For good luck, she takes the ancestral Targaryen Valyrian steel sword Blackfrye that she got after getting rid of fAegon. People stay and watch from below, knowing there is nothing they can do. They also do not flee because the city walls protect them from the leftover wights outside as well. But they do not leave mainly because they are fascinated by the aerial dragon duel above, Drogon vs. Rhaegal III.

Viserion with Jaime, Bran, and Brienne land just outside of King's Landing. They see Rhaegal destroying buildings from an altitude where no arrows, scorpion bolts, or spears can reach, not even thrown by a giant. Jaime, Bran & Brienne know what to do. Jaime Lannister will physically ride Viserion, while Bran Stark wargs into the dead dragon remotely from far away....the only way to tame this zombie into complete control. Brienne wielding Oathkeeper, a Lannister exterior & Stark interior hybrid Valyrian steel sword, will defend Bran while he is in his warging state from the random wights that are still around. Jaime, the Targaryen bastard, takes the next best available sword among them: Jon Snow's Longclaw, the bastard sword that served the Night's Watch in protecting the realm against creatures beyond the Wall. Bran, still in love with Meera, tells Jaime to save her if he can. Jaime knowing the truth, nods anyways.

Bran and Brienne hop off. Then Jaime shares a sad look with Brienne, his blonde mentor of honor & duty. Emeralds meet sapphires, playing their foolish lover's game. For the first time, they take each other's breaths away, without saying anything.

Revving up its icy gold engine, listening to the howling roar. The Lion under tension, telling the Wolf to warg and go. He takes off on the high way to the dragon's zone, ready to die in the dragon zone. 

Heading into twilight, spreading out her wings tonight. With Drogon tired & Daenerys a wreck, the Dragon fires into overdrive. She takes off on the high way to the dragon's zone, ready to die in the dragon zone. 

Daenerys & Drogon ascend into Darkness to engage the Goddess of Thunder and Death. The night skies began to burst into flames and lightning. Drogon needs to land a breath of fire on top of Dark Meera to have a chance. But Rhaegal is smarter and quicker. Drogon chases Rhaegal in circles, left and right, up and down, diagonally ... but is ineffective as long as he is below him. Rhaegal has the high ground and defends the flame blasts from below. He counters with jolts of electricity with Drogon twirling to dodge each one. They chase each other for the longest minutes of Daenerys' life. Bits and bits of fire land on Rhaegal's belly, but none on Meera. Bolts of lightning have punctured holes in Drogon's wings and have scraped Daenerys' shoulder bloody. Even worst, Drogon has become fatigued trying to gain the superior position. Rhaegal has counter-maneuvered him in every turn. Eventually Rhaegal hits the brake and Drogon flies right by. Suddenly the evil Lightning Dragon has the dominate rear position on the Fire Dragon, ready to kill.

Daenerys, wounded and dazed like Drogon, starts thinking about Khal Drogo. She wishes her love was here with her, so he can helped her against this monster, or at least die with her. BUT NO. She CANNOT die. The fate of world rest on her, but she cannot do it alone. She feels betrayed up there. Where have all the good men gone? And where are all the gods? Where is the night-sky Hercules to fight the rising odds? Isn't there a white knight upon a fiery steed? Tonight she twists and she turns and dreams of what she needs. She needs a hero. She is holding out for a hero till the end of her life. He's gotta be strong. And he's gotta be fast. And he's gotta be fresh for the fight. The world needs a hero. The world is holding out for a hero for the morning light. He's gotta be sure. And it's gotta be soon. And he's gotta be larger than life....the Last Hero Knight.

Daenerys then thinks about Viserys. For a moment, she even prayed that her older wicked brother, raised from the dead, was here to save her from the monsters created by their eldest brother Rhaegar. 

Rhaegal's sights are clean and the end is near for Drogon. Out of nowhere Jaime, her older half-brother, riding the raised-from-the-dead Viserion, tackles Rhaegal in the air and Daenerys dodges death once again.
 
Dark Meera Stark-Targaryen rides the Lightning-Dragon Rhaegal, wielding Dark Sister.
Daenerys Targaryen rides the Fire-Dragon Drogon, wielding Blackfrye.
Jaime Lannister-Targaryen tag-teams in with a Bran-Stark-warged zombie Ice-Dragon Viserion, wielding Longclaw.

It is life and it is death, battling a living dead Goddess.  
 
The Ice Dragon and the Fire Dragon clash against the Lightning Dragon above King's Landing. The three dragons dance the Dance of Dragons again. Everyone on the ground stares with amazement, especially Tyrion. In darkness, the citizens of King's Landing are blessed and cursed with a colorful firework spectacle in the skies. They hear and see the booming loud flashes of purple lightning, the deep hiss of red hot clouds of fire, the high-pitch windy breeze of icy blue steam illuminated by bits of moon light ... all three elements chasing & circling a sphere of destruction. With mankind's extinction on the line, the three heads of the same dragon-blood sang and danced to the melody and rhythms of the Song of Ice and Fire...but there must be one more...and it is Thunder as the beat. BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! 

Finally the Ice Dragon, controlled by Bran, was able to land a single breath of cold paralyzing air on the tip of the Lightning Dragon's tail. The frozen tail slows down the evil dragon and alters the aerodynamics & balance just enough. Daenerys then commands the Fire Dragon to invert like a reckless maverick and unleashes a bath of fire onto the Lightning Dragon's belly. The Ice Dragon was able to blow icy air from above, freezing Meera and the Lightning Dragon's back. Little did they know, the Ice and Fire attack actually cancels each other out. Meera, who is still a wight, is unaffected by the deadly cold breeze from above, but it has slowed her dragon significantly. She commands the Lightning Dragon to charge up a huge ball of lightning powered atomic bomb. From below, it looks a bright white star of death that illuminates the night sky in purple, dimming out the rest of the stars & moon from view. Her goddess white eyes meet the violet eyes of life. Dark Meera & Rhaegal stare and aim down at an inverted Daenerys & Drogon, with King's Landing underneath.

Jaime sees this massive threat on the Mad King's daughter with King's Landing, Cersei & their son Tommen below. He knows he will be safe from the atomic blast while he is above them, but that ain't no place for no hero. He takes Longclaw and leaps off Viserion. Jaime, falling down and down, with his golden right hand suffocating the top of the white wolf pommel, his left hand tight on the grip, with the tip pointing down and all the weight of his life on the dragonfire-made steel ... overdrives into Dark Meera's back from above. In one chance, Longclaw's long claw pierces through Dark Meera's body and deep into Rhaegal's scales, which were like carved living rocks.

Rhaegal's ball of lightning explodes in the sky with a glowing silvery-blue electric light, killing itself, Meera, Viserion and Jaime. Jaime has saved King's Landing once more. But this time, all of King's Landing's people knew who their savior was when they saw the reflection of that single golden glove in the defense of their city, wielding that sword downwards for his legacy, and for his doom. He was Jaime Lannister, the Dragonslayer.

Bran breaks out of his control of Viserion after the explosion and immediately cries like a babe over Meera's death. Even from a distance, Brienne can see that tiny shiny golden star falling to save the night. Unlike Bran, she weeps for Jaime with her chin up.

Dany & Drogon are mortally wounded in the air, but luckily Drogon has shielded most of the blast from Dany while they were inverted.
With little strength left, Drogon is guided by the Queen and crash lands into King's Landing's Red Keep.
They land right next to Aegon the Conqueror's Iron Throne.
The little cub King Tommen Baratheon comes in and gets close to the dying Drogon out of curiosity.
The doomed Drogon pounces and devours an unsuspecting Tommen, the supposed son of the usurper that took everything from Dany and her ancient house.
Tommen's Kingsguard just stood & watched because they knew Daenerys Targaryen helped saved their lives and the city.
Cersei sees her final child die and she cries aloud over Jaime's death. She yells and commands the Kingsguard to kill Daenerys & Drogon, who were dying anyways, but they refuse to obey her.

Dany, still bloody from the aerial explosion caused by Jaime, kisses Drogon, grabs Tommen's golden crown from the dragontooth, and crawls her way up Aegon I Targaryen's chair.

Cersei says "Stop climbing you b*****, come here and die!" Dany ignores her. Laying on the floor of the throne room, Cersei grabs Widow's Wail, the Lannister reforged sword of Ice, the ancestral Valyrian steel sword of the Stark family. With a mad scream and a moment of lapsed logic, she charges at a vulnerable Dany, her younger half Targaryen sister.

The legitimate daughter of the Mad King has her champion, Drogon, breathe a small puff of fire onto Cersei Lannister, with the dragon's last breath.
Cersei's skin, for some reason, does not burn...but she chokes to death from the smoke of the burning layers of fancy winter clothing that Tyrion gave her earlier.

Tyrion Lannister comes in late to all the madness. Daenerys gives him the final order of turning the Seven Kingdoms into a Westerosi Republic. Tyrion, brother to the famous savior, the Dragonslayer, is the perfect man to execute the Queen's last request.

Surrounded by the white cloaks of the Queensguard in a crescent formation, with the last dragon Drogon lying dead in front of them, Daenerys Targaryen proudly sits on the Iron Throne as the first & last Dragon-Queen of the Seven Kingdoms. She dies on the throne with the crown on her lap.

The End
A Song of Ice, Fire and Thunder

Epilogue:
While researching for R+L=J&M, I always had Jon being the favorite of the two twins in the story. He was the poster-boy hero. But for some reason, occasionally I get a gut feeling that our low-key Meera Reed had big plans in future, perhaps even more than Jon. Some of my gut feelings include having a dragon, Meraxes named after her. She has Meereen, a city in turmoil with itself, named after her. And I have always stated the Meereenese Knot was named for her (stupid Lucas). Jon was never given any foreshadowing of his Targaryen roots, but Meera gets an introduction like "The doors open and a gust of cold air made the torches flames brighter for an instant" ... cold air = ice, torches flames = fire, brighter for an instant = lightning. The most important foreshadowing of their twin lightning super powers happened at Queen Alyssanne's Queenscrown Tower when Jon & Meera were the closest physically. During those two Bran & Jon 'A Storm of Swords' chapters, GRRM emphasized the thunder/lightning storm in the sky. But Meera was inside the tower, named for a Queen, and Jon was outside of the lake during that storm...symbolizing that Meera may be more important.

Anyways, here are my inspirations to the ADOS endgame prediction:

Bloodraven & the Others are two villains that teamed up and set baiting traps for the heroes using food. The two villains then back-stabs each other:
Top Secret Theory, aka R+L=J&M [Part V] - BANNED ... sorry, I don't think I am allowed to explain why in this forum ... unless the moderators give me their blessings
For now, let's just say Bloodraven in the past is usually "cloaked and hooded" and in the cave he aged into a "yellowed skull"

Lady Stoneheart giving Jon Snow the Last Kiss:
Made perfect sense to me. THORos of Meera!
No wonder GRRM says he regrets LSH not being in the HBO show, because she is very very important. It makes the events of the Red Wedding important to the Lightning Dragon.
I don't know what the HBO show will do without LSH, but I don't want to watch Beric kissing Jon Snow on screen.

One twin dying for so the other can prosper:
R+L=J&M [Part III] The myth of Romulus/Remus - Remus dies in a conflict between the two. But as a result, Romulus founded the great city of Roma.

Lightning Superpowers:

  • R+L=J&M [Part II] 
    • When Jon & Meera are physically closest together at Queen Alyssanne's Queenscrown Tower...they brought a lightning storm
    • AWOIAF's 3 front full page artworks and 3 rear full page artworks are subtle hints to R+L=J&M, with third front full page artwork foreshadowing a lightning storm at Storm's End
  • ***NEWLY DISCOVERED CLUE*** Rhaegar's Ruby Map Theory - Jon & Meera's Green Fork looks like Beric Dondarrion's sigil mirrored upside down         https://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Entry/House_Dondarrion/

Lightning Dragon:
***NEWLY DISCOVERED CLUE*** Beric Dondarrion's name wordplay
Beric in Hebrew is "Lighting" related
In case GRRM doesn't speak Hebrew, "Beric" also rhymes with "Electric"
"Darrion" ~ "Dragon" (I know this may be reach for some, but GRRM needs to deeply hide the biggest twist in the book)
Beric Don Darrion
Lightning Boss Dragon
Electric Boss Dragon

The Final Battle:
three-eyed monkey's thread "Jon & the TOJ sigils"
The TOJ battle that started everything is also how it ends, with their sigils as clues ~ "Now it Begins." "No, now it Ends."
Stark, Cassel, Wull, Glover, Ryswell, Reed, Dustin VS. Dayne, Whent, Hightower

  1. Ned Stark's sigil = Bran Stark
  2. Martyn Cassel's sigil of ten white wolf heads = 10 Longclaws (I'll explain the number 10 later)
  3. Theo Wull's sigil of three water buckets = putting out the 3 fires of the 3 dragon heads of the Targaryen lineage = every Targaryen dies
  4. Ethan Glover's sigil of a silver hand/glove = Jaime Lannister gold hand is Lannister gold, BUT a 'silver' hand is his 'secondary' family blood, which is the Targaryen blood (ingenious GRRM!)
  5. Mark Ryswell's sigil of a black horse with red eyes = Drogon & Daenerys
  6. Howland Reed's sigil of a lizard lion = dragon with lion = Jaime riding a dragon
  7. Lord Dustin's sigil of a black rusty crown with 2 rusty axes crossed below = Daenerys' old Targaryen crown, with the old Houses of Stark & Lannister - recently battled against one another, but now teamed up to save the world from darkness

VERSUS

  1. Arthur Dayne's sigil of a white sword and falling star, purple background = the white sword of the Others is a mind-controlled Meera Stark-Targaryen, but now she has lit the skies with flashes of purple lighting and created a white falling star of death that would destroy King's Landing
  2. Oswell Whent's sigil of nine black bats on a yellow field = bats in daylight is BLINDNESS, which is what Meera has after her rebirth. Bats also represent rebirths. The nine rebirths are Beric's six resurrections, with Beric to LSH as #7, LSH to Jon is #8, Jon to Meera is #9. Nine blind bats (Meera) vs Ten white wolfs heads (Longclaw) means Meera losing & dying to ONE single Longclaw as the victor
  3. Gerold Hightower's sigil of a fire lit white tower on grey background = Targaryen/Stark bastards from TOJ. The sigil's also claims "We Light the Way". But Ser Gerold is called the White Bull, meaning "We Light the Way" (or "We are the saviors against the Long Night") is white bullshit. The TOJ children were actually the bad guys that brought doom to Westeros. They were the children of the False Spring, and everyone in Westeros is Dreaming for the real Spring.

The dragons that started everything is also how it ends:

  • Drogon = Khal Drogo (Daenerys) + Dragon 
  • RhaegaL = Rhaegar (Jon & Meera) + Lightning
  • Viserion = "Visioner" & "Ser Lion" = Bran & Jaime
  • Balerion = Bear + Lion = Jaime's golden lion hand wielding the Mormont's bear Valyrian steel sword Longclaw
  • Vhagar = a transition from Viserion to Rhaegal = Jaime jumping off Viserion and on to Rhaegal
  • Meraxes = Meera gets axed

Also Rhaenys rode Meraxes, but in this theory Meera rides Rhaegal

Daenerys Targaryen getting the Iron Throne, even though she dies in the end:
GRRM's personal vendetta about how his own family "use to be royalty" when they owned that dock in Bayonne, New Jersey ... but lost everything after the Great Depression. This bittersweet ending where Daenerys gets back the throne of her family is symbolically GRRM getting his family's dock back ... a throne or a dock that would eventually be entitled to them, but was lost before they was born.

The Westerosi Republic:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucius_Tarquinius_Superbus

Jaime Lannister & Bran Stark joining forces:
GRRM's fan fic version of the War of the Roses between the Lancasters & the Yorks

A+J=J&C Lannister-Targaryen:

  • Book clues, parallels and foreshadowing
  • Rhaegar's Ruby Map Theory - Red Fork
  • Top Secret Theory, aka R+L=J&M [Part V] - BANNED ... let's just say the rumors of Jaime & CErsEi being part of the Targaryen lineage are "true lies"

 

Jaime as our last action-hero of the story with Longclaw, a bear sword:
Jaime's dream in Jaime VI ASOS

 

Finally the whole inspiration of this prediction, The Dark Meera Saga:

Spoiler

A work of Stan Lee that aired in 1994. Why? Because GRRM has claimed that Stan Lee was the biggest influence on him.

 

Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy my prediction! I hope I got some of it right! Hasta la vista baby!

Edited by The Map Guy
added more drama with Jon crawling to Meera

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This indeed is fanfiction rather than fan prediction.  A fan-created fiction inspired by George R. R. Martin's work.  Basically what hbo is doing.

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Another important question is that could dead skinchanger still keep her/his powers? Or is magic bound to "soul" or body?

If source of magic is "soul" then any possible magic will leave/disappear when person dies.

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1 hour ago, Loose Bolt said:

Another important question is that could dead skinchanger still keep her/his powers? Or is magic bound to "soul" or body?

If source of magic is "soul" then any possible magic will leave/disappear when person dies.

Bound to the body.  Sixskins believed the skinchanger is stuck when he enters a non-warg and loses his own body.  Therefore, the Starks will be limited to two lives.  I am also almost convinced this is the reason why Bloodraven wants Bran.  He wants to get a second life and he wants a body with the skin change ability.  

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9 hours ago, Moiraine Sedai said:

This indeed is fanfiction rather than fan prediction.  A fan-created fiction inspired by George R. R. Martin's work.  Basically what hbo is doing.

It's nice that I didn't have to be the one who said it this time :rofl:

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10 hours ago, Moiraine Sedai said:

This indeed is fanfiction rather than fan prediction.  A fan-created fiction inspired by George R. R. Martin's work.  Basically what hbo is doing.

I know, that why i said "if you guys have ~45 minutes to read my fan fiction prediction, you may get a taste of how ASOIAF could go down in ADOS (not TWOW) via R+L=J&M"

I actually adjusted my fan fiction to match the TOJ sigil secret messages. I initially had Widow's Wail killing the Lightning Dragon so Bran can cry about Meera. But Long Claw was just lying around after Jon's death in my first draft. Using it made more poetic sense....especially since it was Jon's fault reviving Meera into a Goddess.

Unlike HBO, I have Lady Stoneheart and she has an important role.

4 hours ago, Loose Bolt said:

Another important question is that could dead skinchanger still keep her/his powers? Or is magic bound to "soul" or body?

If source of magic is "soul" then any possible magic will leave/disappear when person dies.

Great question. I hope so or this theory falls apart. Its really hard to explain the science of magic in ASOIAF. If a flying reptile can breathe fire, why can't another flying reptile breathe lightning? Anything can happen with magic, but as long as GRRM is consistent in his made-up science of magic, I won't feel cheated.

3 hours ago, Sire de Maletroit said:

I am also almost convinced this is the reason why Bloodraven wants Bran.  He wants to get a second life and he wants a body with the skin change ability.  

What would be Bloodraven's motivation? Immortality?

 

1 hour ago, Dorian Martell's son said:

It's nice that I didn't have to be the one who said it this time

That's nice.
 

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Oh I forgot to mention ... Rhaegal is a bronze & green dragon.

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[Meera] wore lambskin breeches soft with long use, and a sleeveless jerkin armored in bronze scales

-Bran III ACOK

 

 

Edited by The Map Guy

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OP, not Stan Lee, but more like Karl DeMolay, Mike Lyddon and Will Frank (Zombies! Vs Mardi Gras come to mind). Because - for a start <_<, GRRM confirmed that Coldhands was NOT Benjen Stark.

This is probably going to break the Internet (again). :dunce:

Edited by Jô Maltese

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20 hours ago, The Map Guy said:

The dragons that started everything is also how it ends:

  • Drogon = Khal Drogo (Daenerys) + Dragon 
  • RhaegaL = Rhaegar (Jon & Meera) + Lightning
  • Viserion = "Visioner" & "Ser Lion" = Bran & Jaime
  • Balerion = Bear + Lion = Jaime's golden lion hand wielding the Mormont's bear VS sword Longclaw
  • Vhagar = a transition from Viserion to Rhaegal = Jaime jumping off Viserion and on to Rhaegal
  • Meraxes = Meera gets axed

Daenerys Targaryen getting the Iron Throne, even though she dies in the end:
GRRM's personal vendetta about how his own family "use to be royalty" when they owned that dock in Bayonne, New Jersey ... but lost everything after the Great Depression. This bittersweet ending where Daenerys gets back the throne of her family is symbolically GRRM getting his family's dock back ... a throne or a dock that would eventually be entitled to them, but was lost before they was born.

 

Can you just explain this bit a little?   --->  "Balerion = Bear + Lion = Jaime's golden lion hand wielding the Mormont's bear VS sword Longclaw"

I had always interpreted Balerion as this. Bale = Elab backwards. Elab is a beach on the island of Palau, a nod to Dany being born on Dragonstone. Also, Elab is located within Ngaraard state and contains the longest unbroken ancient stone path from the east coast to the west, a nod to the Targaryen family traveling from Essos to Westeros. Rion = Noir bacwards. Noir is French for black. The color of Balerion.

What are your thoughts? 

 

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When I read it I pictured Meera as Alyssa Milano, older than Who's the Boss but younger than Charmed.  

Then I pictured Jaime Lannister as a less buff blonde Arnold Schwarzenegger from Last Action Hero, because I don't care what anyone says, that movie is a classic that actually aged  well.

Bran was obviously a young Sean Austin from Goonies.

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12 hours ago, The Map Guy said:

I know, that why i said "if you guys have ~45 minutes to read my fan fiction prediction, you may get a taste of how ASOIAF could go down in ADOS (not TWOW) via R+L=J&M"

I actually adjusted my fan fiction to match the TOJ sigil secret messages. I initially had Widow's Wail killing the Lightning Dragon so Bran can cry about Meera. But Long Claw was just lying around after Jon's death in my first draft. Using it made more poetic sense....especially since it was Jon's fault reviving Meera into a Goddess.

Unlike HBO, I have Lady Stoneheart and she has an important role.

Great question. I hope so or this theory falls apart. Its really hard to explain the science of magic in ASOIAF. If a flying reptile can breathe fire, why can't another flying reptile breathe lightning? Anything can happen with magic, but as long as GRRM is consistent in his made-up science of magic, I won't feel cheated.

What would be Bloodraven's motivation? Immortality?

 

That's nice.
 

That's fine.  You are entitled to do as you wish. 

So, I have to ask.  If Meera has this much significance, why is it that Howland didn't reveal this to her?  She's going away on a long and dangerous trip.  If she was the daughter of a prince, even a disinherited one, he would tell her.  She could die on the road to winter fell.  She needed the truth.  Compose away, Mr. Map Guy.  See if you can come up with a reason. 

Edited by Moiraine Sedai

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On 1/9/2019 at 11:57 AM, Moiraine Sedai said:

This indeed is fanfiction rather than fan prediction.  A fan-created fiction inspired by George R. R. Martin's work.  Basically what hbo is doing.

Mappy's version is better than HBO.  

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17 hours ago, Jô Maltese said:

OP, not Stan Lee, but more like Karl DeMolay, Mike Lyddon and Will Frank (Zombies! Vs Mardi Gras come to mind). Because - for a start <_<, GRRM confirmed that Coldhands was NOT Benjen Stark.

This is probably going to break the Internet (again). :dunce:

There are a few Stan Lee influences in ASOIAF. Why do you think I made Bran bald in my fan-fic? ...not initially for Dunk & Egg.

In regards to Top Secret Theory, I was afraid that a group of protesters would be outside of GRRM's house boycotting his work because he has put a celebrity's face on one or a few female characters, including Lyanna Stark. This celebrity is not someone you want to mess with. While I was researching for Top Secret Theory, I thought she disappeared from the scene, but that same week she showed up on TV on two separate appearances. She was an active activist.

Doesn't matter now, Top Secret Theory is banned and I was never given a reason why. It has made me paranoid to actively talk about it or cite my sources, thinking I would get banned from this forum if I did. If I had the freedom to cite my sources for the Dark Meera Saga, my Epilogue would be twice as long. I would have given my theory of where the name "Daenerys" came from and "Storm's End". If Top Secret Theory was banned for its sexual content, I would like to note that on a TV interview with Stephen Colbert, GRRM has admitted to hiding "erotica" in FaB.

14 hours ago, Legitimate_Bastard said:

Can you just explain this bit a little?   --->  "Balerion = Bear + Lion = Jaime's golden lion hand wielding the Mormont's bear VS sword Longclaw"

I had always interpreted Balerion as this. Bale = Elab backwards. Elab is a beach on the island of Palau, a nod to Dany being born on Dragonstone. Also, Elab is located within Ngaraard state and contains the longest unbroken ancient stone path from the east coast to the west, a nod to the Targaryen family traveling from Essos to Westeros. Rion = Noir bacwards. Noir is French for black. The color of Balerion.

What are your thoughts? 

Ba er l ion ... bear lion.
The explanation you gave is so complex, no offense. But this was in AGOT, some of the wordplay there are simpler than you think.

13 hours ago, Dorian Martell's son said:

At least you admit it is fan fic. Most people get super butthurt and cry when it's pointed out 

Well imagine if this thread just have these 3 predictions of the finale battle, and NO explanations:

  • Daenerys & Fire Drogon, with Blackfyre
  • A Goddess Meera with a Lightning Rhaegal, with Dark Sister
  • Jaime riding a Bran-warg zombie Ice Dragon, with Long Claw

Everyone would be like:
"Wtf??? How the hell did you come up with the BS Map Guy??? And never-mind that Jaime & Bran teamed up, or that Bran is warging into a zombie dragon, or that there is an ice dragon & lighting dragon, or that Meera is a Goddess.....we only care about why the hell Jaime has Jon Snow's Long Claw??? What the hell happened between them??"

After all the questions, criticisms & name calling, I would have given a 45 minute answer....so I might as well just go straight to the fan-fic when starting this thread to save time

11 hours ago, Ralphis Baratheon said:

When I read it I pictured Meera as Alyssa Milano, older than Who's the Boss but younger than Charmed.  

Then I pictured Jaime Lannister as a less buff blonde Arnold Schwarzenegger from Last Action Hero, because I don't care what anyone says, that movie is a classic that actually aged  well.

Bran was obviously a young Sean Austin from Goonies.

I kinda pictured Bran as that little kid that follows Arnold around in the Last Action Hero. I also pictured Bran as a younger version of Professor X, and Hodor as his floating wheelchair.

11 hours ago, Moiraine Sedai said:

That's fine.  You are entitled to do as you wish. 

So, I have to ask.  If Meera has this much significance, why is it that Howland didn't reveal this to her?  She's going away on a long and dangerous trip.  If she was the daughter of a prince, even a disinherited one, he would tell her.  She could die on the road to winter fell.  She needed the truth.  Compose away, Mr. Map Guy.  See if you can come up with a reason. 

The answer you are looking is the same answer for R+L=J. Whatever reason that Ned has with Jon, it would be the same with Howland & Meera. Remember, Ned allowed Jon to join the Night's Watch, pretty much letting him die there.

After Ned's death, perhaps Howland sent Meera to Winterfell to reunite with Jon for whatever reasons, but Jon was already gone by then.

10 hours ago, Lady Fevre Dream said:

A Girl wonders:  What does the Theory Guard have to say about this?  And, is it really only the VI iteration? 

Most of the Theoryguard haven't logged in this year. But the one that did, got my fan fic the same day as you guys. We have debated some things privately in the past, like more sources of GRRM's inspirations. Yes, its only VI parts. I have a lot more to add to Part V if it didn't get banned.

2 hours ago, Quoth the raven, said:

Mappy's version is better than HBO.  

Thanks.

While writing this fan-fic, I was hoping to be the first one to coin the phrase "HIGHHH WAYYYY TO THE DRAGON ZONE!!!". But dammit, a Netflix anime beat me to it by only 3 weeks.....3 freaking weeks. I guess this is how GRRM felt when he watched Revenge of the Sith in May 2005.

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Also no one wants to talk about the climax of my fan fic?

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With mankind's extinction on the line, the three heads of the same dragon-blood sang and danced to the melody and rhythms of the Song of Ice and Fire...but there must be one more...and it is Thunder as the beat.

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"Will you make a song for him?" the woman asked.
"He has a song," the man replied. "He is the prince that was promised, and his is the song of ice and fire." He looked up when he said it and his eyes met Dany's, and it seemed as if he saw her standing there beyond the door. "There must be one more," he said, though whether he was speaking to her or the woman in the bed she could not say. "The dragon has three heads." He went to the window seat, picked up a harp, and ran his fingers lightly over its silvery strings. Sweet sadness filled the room as man and wife and babe faded like the morning mist, only the music lingering behind to speed her on her way.

Daenerys IV ACOK

 

We all read it wrong. Everyone is trying to look for the three heads of the dragon as people, but the math was never right.

Baby + "one more" DOES NOT EQUAL Three

 

GRRM that sneaky bastard...we all assumed the three heads were people, but he was really referring to the elements.

"Song of Ice" + "Song of Fire" + "one more" song EQUALS Three

The three heads of the dragon are the Ice Singer (Viserion) + Fire Singer (Drogon) + secret Lightning Singer (Rhaegal)

 

OR you can interpret it like this:

Dark Meera Stark-Targaryen is Ice (Stark), Fire (Targaryen), and Lightning (Last Kiss from Dondarrion)

 

Edited by The Map Guy

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9 hours ago, The Map Guy said:

Ba er l ion ... bear lion.
The explanation you gave is so complex, no offense. But this was in AGOT, some of the wordplay there are simpler than you think.

No I mean I am struggling to understand what the following sentence means.

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"Jaime's golden lion hand wielding the Mormont's bear VS sword Longclaw"

Mormont Bear vs Sword Longclaw.

What does that mean?

Maybe I am thinking too hard? Is the VS not supposed to be there? It would make sense if it read "Jaime golden Lion hand wielding the Mormonts bear sword Longclaw"

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29 minutes ago, Legitimate_Bastard said:

No I mean I am struggling to understand what the following sentence means.

Mormont Bear vs Sword Longclaw.

What does that mean?

Maybe I am thinking too hard? Is the VS not supposed to be there? It would make sense if it read "Jaime golden Lion hand wielding the Mormonts bear sword Longclaw"

VS = valyrian steel, my bad lol

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Ooooooo ... just found this

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The dragons craned their necks around, gazing at them with burning eyes. Viserion had shattered one chain and melted the others. He clung to the roof of the pit like some huge white bat, his claws dug deep into the burnt and crumbling bricks. Rhaegal, still chained, was gnawing on the carcass of a bull. The bones on the floor of the pit were deeper than the last time she had been down here, and the walls and floors were black and grey, more ash than brick. They would not hold much longer … but behind them was only earth and stone. Can dragons tunnel through rock, like the firewyrms of old Valyria? She hoped not.

Daenerys VIII ADWD

Viserion = bat = he will be reborn

Rhaegal = bull = bullshit like Gerold Hightower the White Bull

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