Worshipping and celebrating a fictional Syrian immigrant who was a Roman soldier who later became venerated as a Christian martyr, whose parents were from a Greek background (his father Gerontius was a Roman army official from Cappadocia and his mother Polychronia was a Christian from Lydda in the Roman province of Syria), who legend says killed a dragon in Beirut, and then was himself later killed for believing in an imaginary God, does not make you patriotic. 82 more words
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“Kill the boy and let the man be born.” This is Maester Aemon’s advice to Jon Snow in A Dance with Dragons. (113) By Samwell Tarly’s political maneuverings, Jon Snow is saved from Alliser Thorne and Janos Slynt’s deadly intent by his ascent to Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, at least for a time. 847 more words
HBO released another promo last week for the upcoming season 7 of Game of Thrones. In the promo, we see the rival rulers Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, and Jon Snow walking towards their respective thrones, each looking more intimidating than the last. 76 more words
Fire and blood. Two terrifying images that are extremely evocative of both Daenerys Targaryen and Mary Tudor. Regarding Daenerys, the connection is obvious for “Fire and blood” are literally her family words. 830 more words
Is it true that Daenerys Targaryen had diarrhea in ASOIAF? If so, how was that plotline resolved and how did it affect the character?
Yes Daenerys had diarrhea in A Dance With Dragons, but what is more significant is that Daenerys had moonblood!!
Daenerys had a miscarriage, brought on by the berry poisoning and the resulting diarhhea. 476 more words