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At around 25 minutes into Game of Thrones S08E03 Jon Snow and his dragon (Rhaegal) were resting on the wall of Winterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead whom the living were fighting and struggling against OR. Or most importantly, he could have lit up the trench.. Why wasn't he doing either these things  ?

At around 25 minutes into Game of Thrones S08E03 Jon Snow and his dragon (Rhaegal) were resting on the wall of Winterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead whom the living were fighting and struggling against OR most importantly he could have lit up the trench.. Why wasn't he doing either these things  ?

At around 25 minutes into Game of Thrones S08E03 Jon Snow and his dragon (Rhaegal) were resting on the wall of Winterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead whom the living were fighting and struggling against. Or most importantly, he could have lit up the trench. Why wasn't he doing either these things?

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At the beginning ofaround 25 minutes into Game of Thrones S08E01S08E03 Jon Snow and his dragon (Rhaegal) were resting on the wall of Winterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead, whom the liingliving were fighting and struggling against OR most importantly he could have lit up the trench. Why. Why wasn't he? doing either these things ?

At the beginning of Game of Thrones S08E01 Jon Snow and his dragon (Rhaegal) were resting on the wall of Winterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead, whom the liing were fighting and struggling against. Why wasn't he?

At around 25 minutes into Game of Thrones S08E03 Jon Snow and his dragon (Rhaegal) were resting on the wall of Winterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead whom the living were fighting and struggling against OR most importantly he could have lit up the trench.. Why wasn't he doing either these things ?

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At the beginning of Game of Thrones S08E01 Jon snowSnow and his dragon (dont mind me I dont know which of the two dragons he was ridingRhaegal) at the beginning were resting on the wall of winterfellWinterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead, whom the lovingliing were fighting and struggling against. Why wasn't he  ?

Jon snow and his dragon (dont mind me I dont know which of the two dragons he was riding) at the beginning were resting on the wall of winterfell when he could have been burning the army of dead, whom the loving were fighting and struggling against. Why wasn't he  ?

At the beginning of Game of Thrones S08E01 Jon Snow and his dragon (Rhaegal) were resting on the wall of Winterfell when he could have been burning the army of the dead, whom the liing were fighting and struggling against. Why wasn't he?

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