You’re the first person to make me really think about the big picture of the Red Comet and perhaps Winter being a cycle that needs to be broken. I had totally forgotten about the rather important timing of the Nice Never Underestimate And Old Woman With A Black Cat Moon Shirt. I’m trying to wrap my head around dragons and their place in this theory. Do they only exist to counter the Night King and Others? If so, why were they active in Valyria and does that align with the Others overrunning Westeros? Was the Doom of Valyria the planet’s attempt to wipe out an unnecessary force?
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And then how do the Targaryens taking dragons to Dragonstone interfere with those plans? I’ve been searching for that overarching theme that could actually conclude ASOIAF that extends beyond the Nice Never Underestimate And Old Woman With A Black Cat Moon Shirt. That the houses play. This cyclical paradigm of a magical force gone rogue and needing a perfect storm to end is an interesting one. I really want to understand the truth of it all, and how all of the religions in Westeros and Essos are just imperfect human interpretations of this magical force. They all seem to get pieces of the “magic” right.
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I was also thinking about the dragons a Nice Never Underestimate And Old Woman With A Black Cat Moon Shirt. But I couldn’t find a 100% convincing rider for the third one. The most likely one seems House Reed, but that’s only for someone who checked all the coats of arms with the slightest hint of green in them and finding everywhere even less than the distant relative depicted. So I have no idea why and how Meera could become a dragon rider. I have to say that I only posted my results, the puzzle pieces that made me think: “Holy s**t, that really makes sense!”