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While i do agree Stannis is the mannis and should have been king (he probably get shit done) i still like Dany.And while Dany is very pretty i like more because we see her go from this weak little girl to this ruthless and fiery Targaryen with a little mercy in her heart. Whether or not she is qualified is another story.(though judging by how she ruled marreen, she be feared by the commenors, but attract plenty of suitors)Rey on the other hand is shown to have not gone through a living hell. All she lived on was a hot planet where she worked for food. Unlike Dany she wasn't beaten, raped, almost murder, and betrayed by some of her closest allies.
I honestly wish Ezra and Thrawn show up and kill them all. You can have a pilot played by Kit Harington says "True Empire is back bitches" before killing off maybe Rose and Finn.Poe can live and maybe you can have Kylo take all his troops and moved to six small planets. done.
Stand down Dragon, That throne belongs to Stannis. A just and qualified King. It is also his by Right.
Depends on how you're defining Right there. Stannis was next in line after Robert, true, but Robert was a usurper who seized the Iron Throne from the Targaryen line that created it in the first place - prior to Aegon's conquest there was no single ruler of Westeros, simply seven independent kingdoms.
I remember when i had a dream where i walked in on the parlay and said "Right of Conquest, Bitch" before unloading a glock into Cerci. Then i sat on the Iron Throne for a few minutes before getting board and giving the throne to Daenerys.
Depends on how you're defining Right there. Stannis was next in line after Robert, true, but Robert was a usurper who seized the Iron Throne from the Targaryen line that created it in the first place - prior to Aegon's conquest there was no single ruler of Westeros, simply seven independent kingdoms.Personally, I think Stannis would've been a terrible king. Not because he was a bad person or incompetent, but because he was terrible with people - a king needs to maintain the loyalty of the lords and play them against each other, and Stannis never showed a talent for playing politics of that nature. He's respected, but neither loved nor feared, and come winter his inability to inspire or motivate the lords would've torn the kingdoms apart as they tried to survive the onslaught.Of course, Dany's not all that great a queen either, nor Jon Snow a great king - but these two are younger and more malleable, more willing to acknowledge and learn from their mistakes, so the potential to grow into the roles is there. Stannis was too old and too stubborn to change his ways.