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2 hours ago, Khal Lhevon said:

So they said that the new prince of dorne supports Daenerys. Who is the new prince of Dorne? They said prince so its probably a man, and as far as we know there are no remaining male Martells, Lewyn, Oberyn, Trystane, and Doran are all dead.

Um...Two-Swords of the Mourning had a secret marriage and his wife died in childbirth but the boy survived to be Rhaegar Dayne. They named him prince because he stubbed his toe in the battle against the remaining Sand Snake forces. 

He vows fealty as a ruse to extract revenge against his true enemy: Howland Reed, Backslayer. 

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1 hour ago, Lord Lyman said:

I wanna say its been years since the War of the Five Kings. The Riverlands and the Westerlands have had enough time to recover.

The Riverlands also had the Blackfish/Frey fight, and the West got slaughtered by dragons and Dothraki not long ago. 

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Ellaria has younger daughters by Oberyn still in Dorne. They're with the other children in the Water Gardens somewhere offscreen. They are Sands and not Martells, but could be legitimized. I don't see how they would ever ally with Cersei, but she might be dumb enough to believe they will, allowing them to attack her from the rear once Dany/Jon hit her front.

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12 hours ago, Frances Bean Corbray said:

Dickon Manwoody

 

with a name like that, D&D might at least give him an on camera mention, anyway.

100% agree and can't believe they haven't made a thing out of it.

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On 5/6/2019 at 10:20 PM, Khal Lhevon said:

Who is the new prince of Dorne?

Someone who grabbed the leadership. We don't know. It is not important for the story in the moment.

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