Game Of Thrones: 7 Most Important Prophecies
Prophecy is very important in the World of Ice and Fire, and this lot is the most recurring throughout the plot of the books and the show.
Game of Thrones severely downplays the importance of prophetic dreams
Daenerys receives a prophecy from the warlocks, who tell her she must light three fires, ride three mounts, and experience three treasons.
The House Of The Undying
Quaithe is among the most mysterious characters in the show and the books. Daenerys receives two prominent prophecies from Quaithe.
The prophecy states the sun must "rise on the west and set on the east" and "seas go dry and mountains blow in the wind, like leaves."
Mirri Maz Duur
Among the Dothraki, no prophecy is more meaningful than that of the Stallion Who Mounts the World
The Stallion Who Mounts The World
Maggy's prophecy is the main reason for Cersei's hatred for Tyrion, as she believes he is the valonqar
Cersei & The Valonqar
The prophecy of the Prince That Was Promised is crucial in ASoIaF.
The Prince That Was Promised
Viserys refers to the dream as "the song of ice and fire," seemingly clarifying the nature of the prophecy in the live-action universe.
The Song Of Ice And Fire