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The night was dark and cold, and the Ironmen aboard The Whelp were less than content to be awake at such ungodly hours.
Only Rolan was enjoying himself, he was spending his night with a young whore. A seventeen year old boy with blond hair and blue eyes. Rolan himself was twenty, with brown hair and eyes. The blond boy was naked sitting on Rolans lap. Rolan was going to finish his wine first, then pull down his pants and have his fun.
Rolan spat out his wine. He heard commotion and yelling outside. He ran upstairs half naked in only his underwear and saw it there.
The ship was massive, or so he thought, he couldn’t really see it. It’s hull was blacker than the night around it, but Rolan could see its sails. They were massive, wider than The Whelp was long. He looked over to the rest of the deck and saw the black iron dragons head which had made its home in the side of The Whelp. Then there was silence, and a green glow emanating from the black iron dragons mouth.
The massive jet of green flame erupted from dragons mouth faster than Rolan could blink, and The Whelp was in two.
The back end of the ship rocked violently, and Rolan jumped into the water before it capsized. He swam for safety, The Whelp burning behind him, and he saw them all.
Ships all across the water, as far as his eyes would let him see. On everyone of their sails, the three headed dragon of House Targaryen, stamped on their jet black sails in the color of blood.
Rolan heard yelling from the ship next to him. The language he couldn’t understand, but he knew what it was. Valyrian. He had heard pirates from the free cities speak it during business deals aboard The Whelp. It’s speaker pulled him aboard.
The news made Daenerys smile, she sipped her wine, happy at her grand accomplishment.
Within four moons, the Iron Islands broke, and bowed down to her, and she didn’t even use a dragon.
Euron was horrified, a survivor of another attack told him how many ships Daenerys had.
The Unkindness, a fleet of ten thousand ships, all of them large, fast, and formidable, and to lead them. The Dread, twice as large as the silence, twice as fast, and with a dragons head that spit out wildfire at its front.
Daenerys Targaryen owned the skies and the seas.
(edited by ProBonnie1760)
The North had lots of wood, and with that wood Euron rebuilt his Iron Fleet, back to one thousand ships, and an extra two hundred to boost.
The Unkindness, Daenerys’s new fleet, already had 500 seaworthy ships after only a fortnight. Daenerys’s original fleet was busy blockading the Iron Islands. Not to block trade, but to stop the Ironman from raiding ships and generating income.
If Sansa was to get involved in the war, she might as well have a small navy ready to go.
She ordered 300 ships built.
The seas would be getting bloodier, and the conflict would be getting colder soon, the Night King encroached on The Wall, and the North was almost ready.
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Eurons defeat taught Daenerys something, that she can’t rely on her dragons alone. Sure she had won, but they survived, with four hundred ships. Daenerys needed a better fleet, especially if she wanted to take the Iron Islands.
On the orders of Queen Daenerys, a new fleet was to be built, with hulls black as night, sails as vast as the wings of a dragons, and to lead them all, a flagship that would become Daenerys’s fourth dragon.
Yes! That could be cool!
No! Is fine!
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The Maesters and Oldtown proved to be a useful. Oldtowns massive port had enough space for Daenerys’s entire fleet. Oldtown had enough room around its walls for all the Dothraki, enough barracks for the Unsullies, and enough space for all three of her dragons.
The Next move for her fleet and her dragons was to conquer the Iron Islands. They would give her fleet more dominance, and ensure the Eurons fleet has one less place to retreat.
The North’s allegiance was making some progress. They were able to harvest enough crops to last them years, they also completed the repairs of Castle Black. With both armies headed north. The preparations were progressing smoothly.
Eurons Iron Fleet have not been faring well. The are running out of food, and also running out of places to land and take on provisions. They left The Iron Islands ready for war, and received instruction to head to Oldtown, but arrived as the Hightower fell. They made fore Planky Town but where attacked on arrival, where four of there ships were sank, and seven damaged. They barely managed to get by Dragonstone unharmed, and were lucky that Daenerys and her dragons were at Highgarden, celebrating their victory.
While at Highgarden, Daenerys heard that Eurons fleet was sighted of the coast of Dragonstone, and she climbed on Drogon ready to destroy his fleet.
She was accepted at Gulltown generously, and prepared for Eurons fleet to pass, once they were sighted, she flew on Drogon to destroy them.
They were unprepared and not equipped for an attack from a dragon, and the “battle” was bloody.
Euron arrived at White Harbor with 400 ships, and they only survived because Drogon grew tired of breathing flames and flying.
Many ships had sails half burned, others with hulls turned black from fire. Some sank as soon as they arrived. Cersei’s navy was out until they built it back up at full force.
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This is gon' be EPIC
I'm a senior in high school and I'm supposed to be working on preparations for college and school in general, but here I am - just finished season 4 of GoT - still crying over Oberyn, excited to see what happens with my boy Tyrion, waiting for a moment Jamie and Cersei stop fucking, waiting for a moment Daenerys arrives at King's Landing etc.
Anyways, my friend has been bullying me into watching the show for the past 3 years and I finally gave in and I can safely say that it's very interesting and that I'm definitely hooked, but tbh I'm still a bit confused by the enormous hype it got.
Fave season so far: 2 and 4
Fave characters: Tyrion, Arya, Oberyn
Least fave season: 1
Least fave characters: Joffrey, Cersei
Beyond the Wall
All the place of game of thrones. What is the name of the world?
Cersei crunched the paper in her hand, it detailed the destruction of House Hightower, and how the Citadel of Maesters bowed down to her. The shipments of Wildfire arriving at White Harbor stopped a fortnight later.
The North had some Wildfire, so they would have to make do. But Daenerys didn’t make anything else easier. She had Olenna Tyrell as one of her closest allies, and she stopped any shipments of food that went to Cersei’s allies. Kings Landing was the exception. Daenerys would not let her people starve.
Yes, they used wyvern stock and blood magic
No, The Valyrians found and tamed them
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The Wall is supposed to stop magical creatures from crossing over it, so with that in mind...
How did Wun-Wun (the giant) cross over to the other side? Are giants not magic, just really big humans?
What if Jon didn’t join the Nights Watch?
What if he just stayed at Winterfell?
I’m not going to waste your time here are my reasons (feel free to voice your opinions in the comments)
I. So the Night King pulled a spear out of his ass?
The spear appears twice in the entire series.
The first time was in season 7, episode 6, where the Night King just casually one shots a dragon.
The second time was in season 8, episode 3. Where he is seen holding it while fighting with Jon and Rhaegal.
Its never shown before then at all. Nowhere.
II. Where the fuck did the chains come from?
After Viserion dies, and sinks into the lake. The Wights pull him up with chains. The chains just seemingly come out of nowhere, and aren’t seen again. Wtf
III. Dragons north of The Wall?
There is no way Daenerys crossed the wall with her dragons. Why you may ask.
BECAUSE DRAGONS CANT CROSS THE WALL!!!
In Fire and Blood, a book written by GRRM about the history of House Targaryen, we meet Queen Allysanne. While on a royal progress in the north, Queen Allysanne and her dragon Silverwing visit Castle Black and try to fly over the wall, but Silverwing keeps turning back, refusing to fly over it. It seems that the same ancient spells that stop the white walkers from crossing over The Wall also stop dragons.
So how Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion got over the wall is yet another MAJOR PLOT HOLE in the Swiss cheese that is the final seasons of Game of Thrones
IV. WHERES THE SPELL SAUCE!!!
The spells that prevent the white walkers from crossing the wall are supposedly written in the walls foundations.
But when the Night King and Viserion destroy the wall, their blasting it HALF WAY UP THE DAMN THING!!!
They didn’t even touch the foundation!!! So the spells are still there!!! The Wights STILL wouldn’t be able to cross to the other side!!!
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I still have 1 book left. But this one is by far my favorite one to this point.