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Azor Ahai
Magic Toenail
Who do you think is going to turn out to be Azor Ahai on Game of Thrones?I still think its going to be Tyrion.but as of late in the game of thrones community the Jorah Moremont theory is gaining steam That I wouldnt mind seeing,because jorahs by far my favorite character.although rewatching the series Sandor Clegane is really growing on me- he didv have the best single line in the entire series, when he was motivating his troops in the Batle of Blackwater
 
JustBrad
All signs point to John Snow as a messiah figure, but he may be a little too obvious.

There is the possibility of a gestalt Azor Ahai, and as The Dragon Has Three Heads, that could turn out to be a triumvirate of Danaerys, John Snow, and Tyrion Lannister.

Also, 'Prince' is genderless in High Valerian, therefore The Prince Who Was Promised could be a female, in that case probably Danaerys.

An Outside The Box option could be Beric Dondarrion, who seems to be favored by The Lord Of Light, but whom we've seen far too little of so far for him to be a main character.

And for a long shot I wouldn't count out The Hound.
 
Magic Toenail
came across this its cute.https://youtu.be/upxidxWedr0
 
Rainesz
I would love to see Tyrion on the Iron Throne as he is the least expected out of everyone. (Also, because he's my favorite character.)
 
JustBrad
Rainesz wrote:

I would love to see Tyrion on the Iron Throne as he is the least expected out of everyone. (Also, because he's my favorite character.)


There is a chance. GRRM has turned the standard fantasy narrative on its head. Knights, Kings, and Noble Heroes are failing and dying left and right. As the story unfolds, the main characters, the most powerful characters, turn out to be the Cripple (Bran), the Bastard (John Snow), and the Broken Things (The Dwarf and the unwilling Child Bride).
 
Rainesz
JustBrad wrote:

Rainesz wrote:

I would love to see Tyrion on the Iron Throne as he is the least expected out of everyone. (Also, because he's my favorite character.)


There is a chance. GRRM has turned the standard fantasy narrative on its head. Knights, Kings, and Noble Heroes are failing and dying left and right. As the story unfolds, the main characters, the most powerful characters, turn out to be the Cripple (Bran), the Bastard (John Snow), and the Broken Things (The Dwarf and the unwilling Child Bride).


I like your theory of the Three-Headed Dragon. That would tie all the kingdoms together and they'll need all the the help they can get when Winter (the White Walkers) invades.
 
Rainesz
This is just me, but two things I would LOVE to see in Game of Thrones next:

The return of Arya's wolf, Nymeria.

Tyrion Lannister riding a dragon. Grin How awesome would that be? "Hello, Cersei!"Wink
 
JustBrad
I too, have awaited the reunion of Arya and Nymeria since she got back to Westeros. I'm also pondering a Gendy / Arya reunion.

Smart money is on Tyrion being a bastard Targaryan (There's MORE than enough foreshadowing), but smart money has been wrong many times in GOT.

And what kills White Walkers? Dragon Glass, Dragon Steel....

Be interesting to see what an actual Dragon does to them.
 
Rainesz
Smart money is on Tyrion being a bastard Targaryan (There's MORE than enough foreshadowing), but smart money has been wrong many times in GOT.

And what kills White Walkers? Dragon Glass, Dragon Steel....

Be interesting to see what an actual Dragon does to them.


Yes, Tyrion had a very strange understanding of the Dragons and they seemed to like him, too. Wink Coincidence?
 
Anniew
I've never watched GOT but a parallel with what I've read could be the deposing of Richard3 and the rise of the relatively unknown Henry 7th and the resurgence of the House of Tudor
Just because I can't sing doesn't mean I won't.
 
JustBrad
Anniew wrote:

I've never watched GOT but a parallel with what I've read could be the deposing of Richard3 and the rise of the relatively unknown Henry 7th and the resurgence of the House of Tudor


Unfortunately the War of the Roses parallel begins to fall apart when you realize that nearly all the legitimate York (Stark) and Lancaster (Lannister) heirs are pushing up the daisies. The War of the Roses seems more an inspiration than a road map. However, I agree with the 'relative unknown' analogy; whomever ends up on the Iron Throne (assuming anyone does), it will be the last person you would have expected in season 1, andn maybe the last person you expect at the beginning of Season 8.
 
Magic Toenail
season 8 spoilers out you tube of got Azor Ahai turns out to be Rhaegar Targarean and Jon Snow turns out to a living Lightbringer, which kind of explains why jon doesnt have a personality.bummed that my jorah and the hound dont make it,but at least tyrion and bronn have good ends.














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Magic Toenail
i ran across an interesting piece of fan art that portrayed Dany as Azor Ahai plunging a sword into jon snows chestmaking him nissa nissa the sacrifice to empower lightbringer.i always kind of liked that idea because im the biggest jon snow hater,to call jon wooden is an insult to wood.

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JustBrad
There is also the possibility that Azor Ahai is reincarnated in three different bodies, as 'The Dragon Has Three Heads.'

This line pops up a lot more in the books than in the show, but I am reminded of it every time I see the Targaryan banner, a three headed dragon.

As for the Prince That Was Promised, keep in mind that 'prince' in Targaryan is genderless.

Although in Danny's vision in the House of the Undying, she sees Rhaegar and his wife (though she can't see the wife's face as she is in bed). Rhaegar is holding a child and declaring, 'This is the Prince That Was Promised.' That almost has to be John Snow. The wife whose face Danny can't see would be Lyanna Stark rather than Elia Martel.
 
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