Spoilers if you haven't read the Winds of Winter Arianne chapter The mermaids blowing seashells could be a reference to Arianne Martell, and her companions Elia Sand and Jayne Ladybright who are as much mermaids as Sansa was a merwife. In the coma Bran dreams that he is falling from the sky. The merwives wear nennymoans in their hair and weave gowns of silver seaweed. Due to the nature of this kind of content, this section does contain spoilers for all books in all sections, i. And The only house I know with a crab sigil is Celtigar. When Maester Cressen enters the feasting hall and is making his way across, Patchface lurches into him while singing the same song from the morning and they both fall to the floor. Ser Pounce will be spared due to his bravery and charm, and will sit next to Nymeria on a comfy blanket set in a golden sunbeam.
The towers in her fire had been different, but that was oft the way with visions. Daenerys is obviously one of them, and Jon Snow looks like he might be another because of. And who or what will win - Fire? House Borrell of Sweetsister have a crab as their sigil. You have to understand that the reason its infamous is all because of that one tool that vaguely resembles a wood saw. Under the waves we will ride seahorses, and mermaids will blow seashells to announce our coming, oh, oh, oh. Patchface is employed as court fool and jester at Dragonstone.
Argue With me on Twitter: Like me on Facebook! Why do shadowbinders wear masks? I think Septa Mordane is a possibility. The word Nennymoan appears to be a bastardization of the word anemone. On a technicality perhaps but still lost. She will do this without ever personally wielding a sword, but through diplomacy, intelligence, and grace. Explain the relevance of that mission on other aspects of the plot. I need a new format that will connect with this younger harder-to-reach crowd of avocado-toast eating Millenials.
Patchface predicts the Red Wedding. Arya Stark will find Gendry. Daenerys will be introduced to no fewer than twenty new characters, each more critical to the plot than the last. The rumored giant ice spiders? This is hardly surprising though—we all know she makes mistakes. Ultimately, Alt Shift X concludes that Patchface is on the side of the dead, the Drowned God being himself a servant of the Great Other.
The merwives wear nennymoans in their hair - This was the part that tipped me off, there was another reference to purple serpents, but the nennymoans here sound an awful lot like anemones well, sea anemones that are toxic. This is a theory that brings them all together… and tells the story of A Song of Earth and Water. Gowns of silver seaweed - I went back to read what Sansa was wearing during Joffrey's wedding, and this is what the book had: Sansa wore a gown of silvery satin trimmed in vair,. She will redeem her entire family and shame all those who stood against the Starks. I feel that cow tools manifest themselves all the time in prophecy because people will see one or two items that correspond to a prophecy and then do a lot of unnecessary work in an effort to make their vision of the prophecy work.
The theory videos amassing all the textual evidence that the Long Night fell upon Westeros after the Andals arrived and that the Andals actually caused the Long Night by forcing the children of the forest to unleash the Others. Who is on what side or will be on what side — Fire or Ice — by the time the battle comes to a head is uncertain. What do we say to the God of death? The Lord of Light will look the other direction, shielding his face so no one can see him. This may be why Melisandre considers him dangerous, as she may associate the Drowned God with the. And not exactly prophecies but the leaches seem to have been magic at work and the shadow baby definitely was.
First, the under the sea part - he says that a lot, and I am not sure what he implies with that - it could mean in the future, or he just says that because he drowned. Is Patchface a harmless fool or a nefarious prophet of the Great Other? We will march into the sea and out again - crossing the sea Under the waves we will ride seahorses - ships Mermaids will blow seashells to announce our coming - I am not sure of this. Picture a litter, with it's carriers at the front and back and tell me that from the side it doesn't somewhat look like a crab scuttling sideways down the road. So is Arya Stark Azor Ahai? Somehow Melisandre did not think so. Rhymes Some of Patchface's rhymes seem to be of prophetic nature, though none of his listeners understand them. I get a lot of flack because of what seems like a total fan-boy love for Stannis. That is rather something I expect from someone like Tyrion.
He never knew exactly why, other than to know he was meant to serve a purpose in the fight against the dead. Although, yet again, ice is just another form of water, the hardest and strongest form of it, and the polar opposite of fire, so it makes sense to me that Patchface and the Drowned God might be more on the Others side rather than the Dragons. They wrote a letter before their trip telling their family of a jester of amazing skill. And the Hound won his with Dondarion even though I;m pretty sure he was guilty of what Arya accused him. There is no character driven reason why this should happen, or any relevance to his story arc.