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The Christian Allegory of Danaerys Targaryen

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i believe dany's rare moments of "anger" can be seen also in the new testament when jesus becomes angry with the money lenders in the temple.

Yeah, when Jesus gets angry he gets out his dragons and burns the money lenders.

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There's a very fine line between humorous posts and trolling.

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Aren't those things mostly the same?

I'm still trying to decide which side this one goes on...

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One of these days, I`ll stop being nice. Until, that happy moment, let me just say: NO!

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Probably that you two fancy her :P

Anyone that gets the Christ arrow pointing towards them, that's not Dany, will probably be more holy than Dany and closer to being the Son of God than Dany.

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I feel stupid that I replied to this thread thinking it was serious. But I won't edit it, it will be there to remind me of my eternal shame.

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One of these days, I`ll stop being nice. Until, that happy moment, let me just say: NO!

I cannot wait for gash to do a religion post :)

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I feel stupid that I replied to this thread thinking it was serious. But I won't edit it, it will be there to remind me of my eternal shame.

LOL, yes your eternal shame. Tell me ser, how do you feel about Stannis?

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Are we talking about Dany " I will fucking burn them all with fire and blood because they have woken the dragon who has the blood of the dragon" Targareyn?

Yep, seems pretty Christ-like to me.

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