Mine would be a the color of the targaryen banner such as drogon and Balerion.
One of them involves Drogon melting the Iron Throne. What if the Iron Throne had a will of its own. Like the one ring. And that it's very existence was to keep having the people of Westeros fight an endless war that would eventually destroy not just Westeros but the entire world of GOT and to have tyrants sit on it. So that would mean that when Dany talked about "liberating" all the peoples in the world of GOT, her "son",Drogon, fulfilled that promise indirectly. So Drogon is perhaps now called "Drogon: the Liberator." And another thing is that since Balerion created the Iron Throne, it might be that Drogon is Balerion's heir and that it was in a prophecy like,"The Chair of Iron can only be undone by the blood of Balerion" or something. Therefore finally freeing the world of GOT from the tyranny of the self-willed Iron Throne. Seems fitting that since a dragon made the Iron Throne that has ever since then,plagued Westeros by its influence on the denizens of Westeros, a dragon of the same bloodline should be the one to end it all.
Another theory is that for Drogon,he may have lost his brothers and his "mother", there might still be hope for him. I'm actually planning to make a story about this theory where after he takes Dany's body to wherever he takes her, he meets a female member of his species who shows or tells him about a lost hidden world that is either A:a hidden island like Skull Island or B: and underground world like HTTYD 3,Ice Age 3 or Journey to the Center of the Earth. where Dragons,Dinosaurs and other ancient creatures avoided the face of extinction. Drogon also encounters a Griffin who is king of the lost world and explains to him that since Aegon's Conquest, Dragons were no longer ruled this lost world and that the Griffins and Phoenix's and Birds took charge in place of the Dragons but it was foretold that a Dragon will come to start a new Dragon Dynasty and save the lost world from a ancient evil that is either The Night King's spirit returning or something else. If you guys are interested in this, please share your thoughts and opinions about these theories and let me know what you guys like.
After watching “The Bells,” I have gone through all the stages of grief, and I have come to acceptance.
I had a feeling all along that the buildup to Daenerys ruling Westeros wouldn’t really pan out long ago. This story loves to build us up, only to yank out the rug.
The extent of her cruelty and ineptitude as a Queen has been foreshadowed since Season 1- and hers has been a dramatic story arc that depicts her going from a girl who has nothing to one of the strongest characters in the show.
This is very similar to the “Dark Phoenix” trope. Daenerys is one of the most beloved characters... making her fall from grace exceptionally painful.
Honestly, I have always related to Daenerys, and I realized just today, that not long ago, I was in a similar dark place. Thankfully, I don’t have a dragon.
My family is in shambles, and I’m very alone in that way. I’m in a new place, and I have lost connections to those who were once my best, most loyal friends.
I’d found a person who was an unlikely romantic interest, and although I tried not to get my hopes up, others insisted on what a good match it was... and I let my guard down...
Of course, he “betrayed” me. I’m sure that’s how Dany felt. A chance at happiness in spite of all the darkness. Hope.
Then with that final stab of abandonment. It broke me.
I went into a very dark place. I became hurt, and I felt very bitter for a time.
Again. Thankfully I don’t have dragons. Even so, I probably wouldn’t have acted so impulsively. However, when viewed metaphorically... after all the personal loss, I can relate to that moment- the only one we see Dany’s face. The tears, the confusion, the blind rage.
I think Emilia Clarke said it herself. There’s that moment when we can put the chocolate cake down, and walk away, or we can just give in, even though we know we shouldn’t. We all have it in us.
So, as hard as it was to watch... I understand, and in a less rampage-y way, I can actually relate to Daenerys, again.
A big cliffhanger of a theory but could be proof for the last 2 episodes! Would Jon rider in kL and destroys the iron throne?
Who knows let’s watch and find out tonight and next Sunday.
Predictions thoughts on daenerys turning in to a dragon...
I mean, I had goosebumps when she burned the iron fleet and the golden company and yea the signs were there for the whole “mad queen” deal. But she just Kept On Going.
Aryas off to sharpen up needle and rewrite her list.
Jon is off in a corner somewhere staring at the wall brooding and regretting not banging his Aunt last night. Definitely not fit to be crowned. (The “I don’t want it” thing just fucks me right off, you can’t always get what you want princess)
Where is Tyrion by the way? Valonqar prophecy was just words on paper evidently.
I’m pretty gutted for Brienne, I was hoping Jamie would go and kill his Sister and return to our gorgeous she Knight. But now she can be the head of Sansa’s Kingsguard (queensguard, whatever)
Bonus points for Clegane Bowl.. a shame that the original actor couldn’t have played the mountain instead of that guy from the goonies. And Qyburns death was pretty well perfect.
Grey Worm.. meh..
Sansa or Gendry for what’s left of the Throne, Arya to kill Dany, Jon to retreat up north to flat with Tormund. Tyrion and Sansa to get back together and rule? ????
Bring on the finale .. I can’t handle much more of this.
I didn’t understand that scene. Jaime learns that Dany‘s ships were attacked and lost a dragon. Then she says to Jaime “I always wanted to be there when they executed your sister. Seems like I won’t get the chance.”
Isn’t Cersei at an advantage at the moment? Dany now has 1 dragon and a small army left. Or did Sansa say that thinking Dany will now burn King’s Landing? Thoughts?
Also we’re not certain if Jaime is planning on killing or saving Cersei. But I think everyone here is leaning towards kill.
I mean he has seen dragons before, but my guess is that Daenerys finally decided to armour Drogon after losing two of her children for no good reason.
We'll all agree that the Targaryen's hold the monopoly on dragons and Dany is perfectly capable to withstand fire, but was it blood magic that brought the dragons to life?
Is the blood magic that Mirri Maz Duur practices the same blood magic the believers of R'hllor practice?