What If Everything In “Game Of Thrones” Is Actually All Bran's Fault?

There are some clear details that stay consistent:

• A prince named Azor Ahai appeared at a moment of great darkness.

• He had a flaming sword called Lightbringer.

• The sword was forged in a loving wife’s blood.

• Azor Ahai then used that sword to defeat the “Great Other.”

• Then a prophecy called “The Prince Who Was Promised” was written in high Valyrian.

• It says that Azor Ahai would one day return.

• He would be born from the line of House Targaryen.

• And he would once again wield Lightbringer to conquer the darkness.

And Melisandre eventually adds some more details to the Azor Ahai myth:

• He appears after a long summer, when the stars bleed and the cold breath of darkness falls heavy on the world.

• He shall be born again amidst smoke and salt.

• He shall wake dragons out of stone.