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Spotted Pate the pig boy

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Spotted Pate the pig boy was the hero of a thousand ribald stories: a good-hearted, empty-headed lout who always managed to best the fat lordlings, haughty knights, and pompous septons who beset him. Somehow his stupidity would turn out to have been a sort of uncouth cunning; the tales always ended with Spotted Pate sitting on a lord's high seat or bedding some knight's daughter.

 

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And who can forget:

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Ten years ago, Tyrion had read a fragment of Unnatural History that had eluded the Blessed Baelor, but he doubted that any of Barth’s work had found its way across the narrow sea. And of course there was even less chance of his coming on the fragmentary, anonymous, blood-soaked tome sometimes called Blood and Fire and sometimes The Death of Dragons, the only surviving copy of which was supposedly hidden away in a locked vault beneath the Citadel. (ADWD 14)

I have a hunch that this book is the real reason why Jaqen H'ghar is at the Citadel.  The Braavosi are descendants of slaves that escaped from Valyria. The Faceless Men want the book so they can learn how to kill Daenerys's dragons.

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From the next part of Fire&Blood - true accounts from the 7K's history, without whatever editions were added there by King Robert's maester - the real history of Targaryens, writen by those who actually lived in the same time period as them, and knew Aegon IV, Daeron II, Aegon V, Bloodraven, Bittersteel, Daemon Blackfyre, Shiera Seastar, etc. So - any (Targaryen-related) books/records that cover 135-260 AC.

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