Greeeetings my fellow potatoes of the realm! Welcome to the third ever "Oh my Fitzing God" article
Sorry for the screaming of these minions. I should inform you to cover your ears. Anyway, today we're going to take a look on the dark side of our history! That's right, we will take a brief look on rare creatures, mysteries and... you get the point, those things that are forgotten and we remember they existed once if we read any books from the library. And I want to point here DON'T, and I say don't bring any drink into a library. Accidents... happen. So...
I had never heard of such a thing like this before. We have the known dragons in the air but below the sea? That's so creepy that my fear of deep ocean (yes I can't swim if my feet can't touch the ground below) became worse now. They were massive reptiles, looking exactly like the regular dragons, but without wings. We know that the Grey King slew one, back those years, and they're possibly extinct. Well, think about it next time you travel to The Narrow Sea...
~Dragon Eggs under Winterfell~
170 years before the events of the current show, a dragonlord named Jacaerys Valeryon, with his beast, Vermax, visited the Winterfell to hash out an alliance with the Starks and some of the other Northmen. But Vermax found possibly a good place to make some eggs. After years a dwarven court jester who worked for the Targaryens named Mushroom published that he heard wild stories about the eggs being underneath, in the Crypt of Winterfell. And not one or two, but three!!! Many maesters argued about that and this story has stayed forgotten. But what if these eggs can play a huge role in the upcoming battle that the army of the dead will bring soon? What if Daenerys might use them against the rise of the Night King???
~The Tragedy at Summerhall~
The birth of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen turned out to be a tragedy. The Summerhall castle didn't have a strategic position or defence machines for enemies. It was a beautiful and stunning castle. During that night Aegon Targaryen used sorcery and worship to hatch dragon eggs. It was the cause that burnt the whole building, with his son Duncan. I must mention that Duncan the Tall is one of my favourite figures of the history. It's such an irony to die in that way if you think he was Lord Commander of the Kingsguard. There's a record that talks about wildfire used, during this event. But none searched it farther than that. It makes sense since the castle wasn't important. Was it an act of revenge? Was it for the next in line to take the throne? We will never find out.
~Knight of the Laughing Tree~
A weirwood heart tree with a smile on the shield and being part during the Year of the False Spring Tourney, he's one of the mysterious knights around that the identity of him was never specified. He defended the honour of Howland Reed, winning against three knights demanding to ransom back their horses and armour. Meera Reed mentioned the story to Bran when they travelled to the Wall. Perhaps one day we might find forgotten parchments about more of his life and who really was...
~What Podrick does to Women~
On season 3 episode 3 Tyrion gave a gift to Podrick. A purse of coins. He visited... that house full of women. But when he came back he gave the purse back to Tyrion, without missing a simple coin. They found out that he did something to these women that they gave him a free... time. However, we were never able to find out what he did. Theories are even at Youtube and forums. One of the mysteries we might never solve...
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