World of Ice and Fire EXCLUSIVE: the contents of the Dornish Letter revealed

One of the most striking portions of The World of Ice and Fire continues in the grand letter-writing tradition of the Pink Letter. At the very end of the inglorious final stages of Aegon’s Conquest — when his failed attempts to conquer Dorne had led to years of slaughter, the death of Queen Rhaenys, and a campaign of torture and assassinations on both sides with no end in sight — a mysterious missive from Nymor, Prince of Dorne, delivered by his daughter Princess Deria, caused Aegon to visibly freak out and cut himself on the Iron Throne, immediately fly to Dragonstone on Balerion, and return to King’s Landing the very next day to sign a peace treaty reaffirming Dorne’s independence. Though the “maester” who wrote this portion of the book can only speculate as to the so-called Dornish Letter’s contents, a careful reading of the text, combined with (possibly spoilery) information gleaned from knowledgeable sources, has led me to a pretty firm conclusion about the message Aegon read when he opened that letter:

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Dorne was a blighted, burning ruin by this time, and still the Dornish hid and fought from the shadows, refusing to surrender. Even the smallfolk refused to yield, and the toll in lives was uncountable. When Princess Meria at last passed away in 13 AC, her throne passed to her son, the aged and failing Prince Nymor. He had had enough of war and sent a delegation led by his daughter, Princess Deria, to King’s Landing. This delegation carried the skull of Meraxes with them, as a gift for the king. It was ill received by many— Queen Visenya and Orys Baratheon among them— and Lord Oakheart urged that Deria be sent to the meanest of brothels to service any man who would have her. But King Aegon Targaryen would not countenance such an act and instead listened to her words. 

Dorne wanted peace, according to Deria— but the peace of two kingdoms no longer at war, not the peace between a vassal and a lord. Many urged His Grace against this, and the phrase “no peace without submission” was often heard in the halls of the Aegonfort. It was claimed that the king would look weak should he agree to such a demand and that the lords of the Reach and stormlands who had suffered so much for his cause would be angered.

Swayed by such considerations, it is said, King Aegon was determined to refuse the offer until Princess Deria placed in his hands a private letter from her father, Prince Nymor. Aegon read it upon the Iron Throne, and men say that when he rose, his hand was bleeding, so hard had he clenched it. He burned the letter and departed immediately on Balerion’s back for Dragonstone. When he returned the next morning, he agreed to the peace and signed a treaty to that effect.

Unhealthy food that worth to be unhealthy for.

Kepada CHEESE LOVERS, ini memang tercipta untuk kalian.

Sila try dan rasakanlah sensasi CHEESEELICIOUS menggegarkan deria rasa anda.

Once love, it means forever.

1988 NABBA Australian Championships: Men’s Prejudging 1988 NABBA Australian Championships: Men’s Prejudging Held at the Elysee Reception Centre, Northcote, Victoria on 3rd September, 1988, this was the year when Gary Lewer (Men’s Open Tall) took out his 3rd Overall Mr. Australia. All DVD cover photos above are of Gary Lewer. The Open Medium Class was won by Enzo Giuffre from Qld. He was justifiably famous for his unique style and superb V-taper. We include an interview with this charismatic young star. The Open Short class was won by Bruce Leong from the Northern Territory. Bruce was unbeatable on his day and went on to win Overall titles. Other winners were Glen Purtell in the Novice Class, Gus Abdullah for the Juniors, Sherif Derias in the Teenage Class, and Rick Sweeney in the Schoolboys division. The Men’s Masters winner was Peter Gambell. South Australia’s Peter Leighton was a very close second. This particular contest actually had a Schoolboys division (won by Rick Sweeney as mentioned above) - and you don’t see this class very often these days. Over 800 fans were in attendance to cheer on the winners who were going on to represent Australia at the NABBA Universe in London. At the evening Show, Sammy Ioannidis, Mr. Universe, was the male guest poser while Leisa Campbell was the other star guest poser. Both were in awesome shape. Sammy displayed his huge, ripped legs and had the audience screaming for more. In this DVD you will see the complete Men’s Prejudging with all of the posing routines, compulsory poses and comparisons. Please click here for THE MEN - THE SHOW from this event, PCB-086DVD. 1988 NABBA AUSTRALIA - RESULTS THE MEN Masters Over 35 1. Peter Gambell (QLD) 2. Peter Leighton (SA) 3. Alan Dowsett (VIC) Schoolboys 1. Ricky Sweeney (NSW) 2. Paul Cook (VIC) 3. Robert Kremar (VIC) Teenage 1. Sherif Derias (VIC) 2. Peter Kafouros (QLD) 3. Nicolas Harding (SA) Juniors 1. Gus Abdullah (VIC) 2. Bill Angelopoulos (SA) Men’s Novice 1. Glen Purtell (QLD) 2. David Trimboli (VIC) 3. Michael Buder (SA) Men’s Class 3 - Short 1. Bruce Leong (NT) 2. John Distefano (VIC) 3. Frank Asimakopoulos (SA) Men’s Class 2 - Medium 1. Enzo Giuffre (QLD) 2. Barry Whitnell (VIC) 3. Joseph Zahra (VIC) Men’s Class 1 - Tall 1. Gary Lewer (SA) 2. Tony Struck (QLD) 3. Paul Glen (VIC) Overall Mr. Australia: GARY LEWER - Victoria Running Time: 95 mins * Available in NTSC DVD Only (Region Free) * THIS DVD WILL PLAY ON ANY DUAL SYSTEM NTSC / PAL DVD PLAYER AND TV. Or any PC DVD. function fbs_click() u=location.href;t=document.title;‘ encodeURIComponent(u) ‘&t=’ encodeURIComponent(t),’sharer’,’toolbar=0,status=0,width=626,height=436’);return false; Share on Facebook AC_VHost_Embed_197337(300, 400, ”, 1, 1, 1201232, 0, 1, 0, ‘a94a8f65619d57a00a22cf3b70138741’, 8);