Yolkboy and Lady Gwyn analyse some of the key prophecies from A Song of Ice and Fire, including The Stallion Who Mounts the World and the visions from the House of the Undying, as well as the enigmatic words of characters like Patchface and Quaithe. A song from Dinosaur Feathers and specially arranged readings complete the episode.
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The Dragon must have three heads. Dany has saved the T line and birthed dragons BUT she says that she’s infertile.
IMO she can’t marry Jon, he needs to marry a fertile woman for the line to continue. Unless he takes two wives. Dany and unknown.
Well… we don’t know for sure that Dany is infertile, only that she *thinks* she is. She conceived Rhaego after all, and may have had a miscarriage near the end of ADwD, so we think the jury is still out on that issue.