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Sam is going to become a maester I think, whether we have two seasons left or not. For Arya or Jon it sounds great, for Dany or Tyrion sounds horrible. All his possible King's Landing material is pretty much finished now anyway as well. Maybe if Cersei went to Casterly Rock and Jaime became hand of the king and Brienne the head of the guards, then you can maybe add five years because then nothing would need to happen. We'd cut back to Brienne haven proven herself to her lessers, Jaime failing a bit as Hand but keeping a good grasp of security, and Cersei half drunk and crazy. The only way we'll ever see Maester Samwell is if there's some five-year flash forward at the end showing us where all the surviving characters ended up. No way Stannis and Bolton just sit in their respective castles for five years. Also, I don't think it's a coincidence that the North ends up having the best plot, since it's the location that was really meant to have plot ongoing at this point in time. I almost wish he had just left the characters for whom the gap really worked out of the book, and just reintroduced them in Winds to kind of approximate the gap. People would've cried bloody murder about no Arya, but man that Mercy scene would've been great if it had gotten to play its originally intended role of being our first reintroduction to Arya. GRRM has been trying to get them to make more episodes per season for years but the budget simply isn't there. And things are going to get bigger (more expensive) than ever at the end of the series. Or they can use GRRM's other tactic and make the finale into a movie. I have a feeling something is going to interrupt his training. He'll realize he doesn't need it - he's studied enough or maybe he'll become a wizard. I don't know. Maybe someone will take him under his wing. Or maybe he'll just get elected Master of the Citadel by his manipulating friends, despite being the youngest for centuries and then will have a gruff maester hate him and he has him killed and then kills the boy and no, I don't know. I think Sam's story, if I can be hopeful for a moment in this grim dark bittersweet world, is that he'll realize all these fucking vows they keep pushing on him because the world doesn't feel he's worthy are pure shit. He has a girl, he has a kid, in many ways he's already a family man.


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, who was called a Blackfyre. Bloodraven was called a kinslayer when he killed Daemon. Sorta, Daemon Blackfyre eventually decided to make a claim for the throne after being convinced that King Daeron was not his father's son, but rather the son of Aemon the Dragonknight. Daemon was a bastard son of Aegon the unworthy and Daena Targaryen, legitimized on Aegon's deathbed, so he felt he had the better claim. The Blackfyres was the house of Daemon Blackfyre, his last named based on the (supposedly lost) Targaryen Valerian steel blade named Blackfyre that was passed down from king to king. While Aegon did legitimize all his bastards on his deathbed, Daeron was still born first. Of course, the followers of Daemon claimed that by bestowing Blackfyre on Daemon, Aegon made his choice clear as to who he wanted as his heir. While Daeron was the bastard son of Aegon IV and Aegon's first cousin, Daena, who was the daughter of Aegon III, there wasn't particularly any argument over who had the better claim to the throne, AFAIK. Though this background seems to be stuff they probably won't get into. I doubt they bother to edit it unless the show ever makes any effort to really talk about who Bloodraven is and where he came from, the Blackfyre rebellion, etc. I don't think any of that has been mentioned on the show, has it. Now, if for some reason they decide to bring that stuff up in the show, perhaps because there's not enough to keep track of already, and say Bran goes back and sees the younger Bloodraven being sent to the Wall with the young Maester Aemon because for some reason that ends up being important. hen yeah maybe it's worth fixing because show-watchers know Aemon wasn't 1000 years old. But I suspect they'll pretty much leave his backstory out of it, so in the show continuity it just doesn't really matter. And there was no question of Aegon IV's legitimacy as ruler, but there were questions if DaeRon was actually his son. That was just one of the many reasons DaeMon rebelled. True, but don't the Targaryens practice something more akin to semi-Salic law (females can only inherit in the complete absence of male heirs, not just brothers). One I would like to see is Brienne with Melisandre or Davos. A conversation where one of them talks about Stannis or Renly. A chat about their respective failed kings and the shadow baby could be quite.

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