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Meant to post our fourth in a series of discussions concerning George R.R. Martin’s A Dance with Dragons yesterday, but RL got in the way. So, here it is! This time around, we tackle some of the prophecies—both old and new—and how events in the novel may (or may not) have fulfilled some of their conditions.
(This turns out, inadvertently, to be part 1 of 2—it seems someone [*coughcough*Elio*cough*] forgot to upload the second part and has since deleted it from his computer, so we’ll record a discussion of that last prophecy we wanted to discuss at a later date!)
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