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George R.R. Martin might explain Dragon Dreams in his last two A Song of Ice and Fire books



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For years, fans have been anticipating the arrival of George R.R. Martin‘s highly awaited books, The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring. As the wait continues, speculation and ideas have developed, including the possibility that Martin would finally explain the Targaryen’s prophetic dreams. An earlier interview with the Game of Thrones author hints at the same.

George R.R. Martin explains the significance of prophecies

In an earlier interview with Vanity Fair, the coveted author said, “It’s mentioned here and there—in connection with Prince Rhaegar, for example [the brother of Daenerys, played on Game of Thrones by Wilf Scolding]. I mean, it’s such a sprawling thing now.

In the Dunk and Egg stories [about a future king, “Egg,” a.k.a. Aegon V], there’s one of Egg’s brothers who has these prophetic dreams, which of course he can’t handle. He had become a drunkard because they freaked him out.”

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George R.R. Martin might explain the Targaryen family’s prophetic dreams in the remaining two books

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Martin further went on to remind the interviewer of Daenys’ dream, and that he might touch on the topic in later installments. He said, “If you go all the way back to Daenys the Dreamer, why did she leave? She saw the Doom of Valyria coming. All of this is part of it, but I’m still two books away from the ending, so I haven’t fully explained it all yet.”

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