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Eurons defeat taught Daenerys something, that she can’t rely on her dragons alone. Sure she had won, but they survived, with four hundred ships. Daenerys needed a better fleet, especially if she wanted to take the Iron Islands.
On the orders of Queen Daenerys, a new fleet was to be built, with hulls black as night, sails as vast as the wings of a dragons, and to lead them all, a flagship that would become Daenerys’s fourth dragon.
The Maesters and Oldtown proved to be a useful. Oldtowns massive port had enough space for Daenerys’s entire fleet. Oldtown had enough room around its walls for all the Dothraki, enough barracks for the Unsullies, and enough space for all three of her dragons.
The Next move for her fleet and her dragons was to conquer the Iron Islands. They would give her fleet more dominance, and ensure the Eurons fleet has one less place to retreat.
The North’s allegiance was making some progress. They were able to harvest enough crops to last them years, they also completed the repairs of Castle Black. With both armies headed north. The preparations were progressing smoothly.
Eurons Iron Fleet have not been faring well. The are running out of food, and also running out of places to land and take on provisions. They left The Iron Islands ready for war, and received instruction to head to Oldtown, but arrived as the Hightower fell. They made fore Planky Town but where attacked on arrival, where four of there ships were sank, and seven damaged. They barely managed to get by Dragonstone unharmed, and were lucky that Daenerys and her dragons were at Highgarden, celebrating their victory.
While at Highgarden, Daenerys heard that Eurons fleet was sighted of the coast of Dragonstone, and she climbed on Drogon ready to destroy his fleet.
She was accepted at Gulltown generously, and prepared for Eurons fleet to pass, once they were sighted, she flew on Drogon to destroy them.
They were unprepared and not equipped for an attack from a dragon, and the “battle” was bloody.
Euron arrived at White Harbor with 400 ships, and they only survived because Drogon grew tired of breathing flames and flying.
Many ships had sails half burned, others with hulls turned black from fire. Some sank as soon as they arrived. Cersei’s navy was out until they built it back up at full force.
Cersei crunched the paper in her hand, it detailed the destruction of House Hightower, and how the Citadel of Maesters bowed down to her. The shipments of Wildfire arriving at White Harbor stopped a fortnight later.
The North had some Wildfire, so they would have to make do. But Daenerys didn’t make anything else easier. She had Olenna Tyrell as one of her closest allies, and she stopped any shipments of food that went to Cersei’s allies. Kings Landing was the exception. Daenerys would not let her people starve.
Daenerys wanted the North to starve, they would be the biggest threat to her cause once The Great War was over. To starve them, she needed to cut them off from trade. Kings Landing was to well defended to be attacked, and even then they provided little trade to the north.
Oldtown was a different story. It provides lots of food and drink to The North, and it was also providing the Wildfire.
Daenerys set forth for Oldtown at once, with 6,000 of her Unsullied and 25,000 of her Dothraki. She also took her three dragons.
Once they arrived, House Hightower had no problem seeing Daenerys’s forces. Oldtown settled in for a siege. They sent ravens for reinforcements, but they were shot down by the Dothraki archers. They tried to send ships with messages but they were destroyed by the dragons.
Ultimately House Hightower sent a message to Daenerys, telling them that they would never kneel.
So Dany decided to break them.
Flying high above the city walls she flew straight for the tower and ordered her dragons to destroy the tower.
The stone of the tower melted and drop down the sides like candle wax. The tower bent and eventually collapsed into the sea, its flame extinguished.
The Citadel of Maesters bent the knee to Daenerys and pledged themselves to her cause.
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The next stage is very difficult, what is the number of coffee cups consumed, what is the number of nights in a row, lost count. But the result is worth it.
Look at these intermediate shots, beautiful, isn't it?
I give myself to every scene 100%, trying to fill it with the most significant moments. It is clear that a lot of things will not fit in a 20-second video, and there are things that at this level will not be able to implement.
This time I diluted the project with color to represent what the video will look like. I picked up several color schemes, one of them white with blue shades, as I relied more on what is associated with white walkers, Winterfell, snow and ice.
There is also a dark gamut, shades of brown (earth, trees, dungeons, crypt).
As you have already noticed, the scenes are filled with familiar objects - dragons, weirwood, three-eyed raven, dungeon, golden masks, Jon Snow's sword, kingdom attributes, and more.
How do you like it in general?
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With Cersei's armies marching to Winterfell, and the stark forces split, half awaiting the Lannister arrival, and half already at Castle Black. The war preparations are progressing as planned.
Daenerys has arrived at Meereen and taken the Slavers Fleet. With the Greyjoy’s in her company, and the rest of the fleets from the other Slave Cities, she now possesses a fleet that could rival Eurons.
Cercei, Jon, and Sansa are preparing for the Great War. Dany has a shitload of boats (900 seems like a good number), three (rideable) dragons, 8,000 of the most powerful soldiers in the world, and almost 100,000 of the most bloodthirsty and best fighters known to man.