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What the community says about Bran makes Aerys Targaryen go mad
"Bran has already messed with the mind of one major character by traveling in the past (Hodor), so it would actually be plausible that he is the cause of the Mad King going crazy. I personally think it's due to Targaryen inbreeding, but Bran hasn't been getting much screen time lately and things are ramping up. Bran is still getting the hang of things, and I could see him making the mistake of attempting to communicate more with Aerys in the past and causing him to lose his mind.""This theory has some merit, but I'm not sure I agree with it. Also, should probably have a spoiler warning, I was an episode behind before reading this...."
"I think the king was just an insecure person, and he let himself be carried away by his emotions, I do not think the three-eyed raven has anything to do, from the beginning, this king and all the characters are involved in dramas of envy and betrayal , only the power interests them at any cost, and the most atrocious betrayals are plotted, the lanister only wanted to be the owners of the throne and the father of the lanister is the biggest responsible for so much madness, the rest are a lot of characters that only quere a pedaso of power, the Stark are the only sane and valuable at that time, although after the few that were consumed by the betrayals and deceptions of others. this page is boring, its design is very poor, besides that they want to cover too much, it becomes very tedious to have to look for something specific on the page, it has many vicitas, but having to review so much makes you lose your desire, and They must improve their design a lot. It is a very heavy page with too much information."
"I don't think this page specifically would tell you about all things Game of Thrones but the website itself that it is linked to would help you on your search. Although I still do not think it is the best available as its more related to asking questions and speaking on the topics. I would highly recommend http://gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/Game_of_Thrones_Wiki.""Interesting theory by this fan. I believe that if this many people had upvoted or commented, it has some depth to the theory. I think that it will be a continuous topic throughout the thread. The concept of the theory is actually quite interesting and I wouldn't mind hearing more or reading what others have to say within the comment section."