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The question was answered, but one part of your question hasn't really been addressed yet: In one of the episodes of season 1 or season 2, Daenerys says Viserys is not a true heir to the throne as he got burnt. Why did she say that? Keep in mind who Danaerys is at that point in time. She is barely a teenager, pretty much raised by Vyserys' arrogance ...


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Martin has made a point to emphasize that Targaryens, including Daenerys, are not immune to fire. Khal Drogo's pyre was more than just a cremation — Daenerys was burning the witch Mirri Maz Duur. This blood sacrifice, along with the magic of her dragon's eggs, created a perfect storm of sorcery that left her unburnt. And that's why she was the mother of ...


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While there is no specific answer given, --and it might be possible that it could of been anyone's battle horse, as many of Dothrakis were riding such colored horses, the point of the scene was to restore a sense of magic to the series as episode 8.05 is laced with magical realism elements such as the horse. (In the two episodes that followed 8.03, there ...


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Initially Drogon had the full intention to incinerate Jon as he felt the pain his mother did in his heart. The unexpected bitter reality made him cry and he wanted to turn the reason and the person behind it to ashes. Still he did not harm Jon, but he did burn the Iron Throne because he knew it was the throne Dany had been running after her whole life and ...


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I watched this most emotional scene of the last season and in my opinion the reason is: he did not harm Jon, instead he burnt the Iron Throne because he knew that this throne is the reason behind his mother's death. If he didn't know, then he would have burnt Jon. The writer wants to tell the love of child for his mother. No matter that Drogon is an animal; ...


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