sweetsunray Posted February 3 Share Posted February 3 2 hours ago, Ser Arthurs Dawn said: This is actually something I'm very curious about. Is stability a real possibility for Meereen in such a short amount of time? I don't find it realistically possible. What lengths would she have to go to in order to achieve it? Who would she leave in charge of Meereen? There are too many schemers in her service alone already. And don't forget the bloody flux is taking people out left and right. Does she have anyone with enough competence to lead and govern in her absence? Ending slavery is a massive feat that requires more than a lifetime of work, especially in a place as large as Slaver's Bay. She's accomplished an incredible feat already in disrupting some of the slavers' power. I believe the best we can hope for is a slave revolt, and we will never find out how it goes. I see Meereen being abandoned because of the Pale Mare. The Yunkai threw corpses into the city. The Blue graces (the healers) themselves are dropping by the numbers. It's a dying city Spoiler Men are less fearful to try a sortie with Selmy than be in the city where the Pale Mare gallops. Personally, I do not see Dany return to Meereen with the Dothraki army, but just send them to Volantis. Selmy might want to wait for the return of his queen, but Tyrion is smarter than that. I expect Selmy to die of the Pale Mare at Meereen, while Tyrion will motivate them to march and sail for Volantis. Moqoro can see stuff to confirm Dany's alive and where she's going. And she might do a fly-by on Drogon. But overall Meereen is going the way of Astapor Ser Arthurs Dawn 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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