Game of Thrones Theory - Does Daenery's dragon Drogon die?

Game of Thrones Theory - Does Daenery's dragon Drogon die?

Game of Thrones Theory - Does Daenery's dragon Drogon die?

Eight photos from season seven, episode five of Game of Thrones, "Eastwatch", were released today and we're very concerned about Jamie Lannister's (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) well-being.

Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) attempts to turn her enemies into allies on the upcoming episode of "Game of Thrones" season 7. The stills from the episode directed by Matt Shakman shows Jon Snow, Varys, Daenerys, Tyrion, Cersei brooding over something.

Things are escalating quickly in the Game of Thrones universe, making this season one of the most exciting ones of the series so far.

Through all the chaos ― which Bran would tell us "is a ladder" ― it was easy to overlook another scene that's been a long time coming.

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The scene cuts to a conversation between Varys (Conleth Hill) and Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), with the former asking the latter to make Daenerys "listen". "Three dragons, three riders, three siblings", Rodgers says.

In this week's episode, Daenerys Targaryen finally got stuck in with the Westeros war and burnt the Lannister army to a crisp.

Brace yourselves... Jaime Lannister is alive. While it appeared while watching the show that Jaime survived the battle, Cersei may not know that. How much of a victory can she celebrate when you take a moment to consider what she's gone through and how many she killed?

Even though he recognizes Daenerys would be a better ruler for Westeros, Coster-Waldau can not help but feel sad for the Lannister soldiers who were slaughtered or harmed while doing their job.

In "The Spoils of War", Daenerys Targaryen rode her fire-breathing dragon into battle.

However, while the above managed to blend into the background, Ed and his ginger locks were a blindingly obvious addition to the Game of Thrones cast, mainly because he is the first celebrity to actually get a speaking part.

"We wanted to make sure that the size of Drogon was reflected in the impact on the ground".

This episode will also see Samwell Tarly and Gilly back in bookworm mode, so could there be more dragonglass based revelations to come?