Game of Thrones Opening Credits Might Confirm Fan Theory About Daenerys


On the cusp of the battle of all battles onGame Of Thrones, Easter Sunday's "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms" second episode of the final season of the HBO blockbuster had a lot of drinking, a lot of talk about death and some mixed messages viewershipwise.

The basic argument here is that the Night King is not stupid. We know he was created by the Children of the Forest and has a particular fondness for circular patterns, but what are his real plans and motives?

Either outcome would be a happy ending to a situation that has a high chance of becoming a total blood bath, and we're holding out hope for one of the two events to happen.

The war counsel thinks that Dragons may give them an edge over the White Walkers but Bran, the omniscient, is unsure and says, "No one's ever tried".

What is worth noting is the theory was posted on Reddit before episode 2 aired, which was before we learned there was no Night King in command of the White Walkers marching on Winterfell.

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How is this possible?

The popular television show Game of Thrones is back with its eighth and final season. This theory is related to one of the biggest upcoming battles coming up in Game of Thrones.

In addition to this, even Daenerys Targaryen had a vision when she was at HotU. qp0n also explains that the decimation of King's Landing has been hinted at in previous seasons, including Dany's vision, which implied that a dragon attack might have destroyed parts of the castle there.

It's cold and there's nothing in the distance, however, it's clear that the Night King and his army are waiting in the darkness. This could have been the Night King on Viserion, instead of Daenerys and her dragons (as was previously believed).

Then again, there's always the chance that the Wintefell crypts are just regular ol' crypts, but it does seem as though they will play a pivotal role in the battle to come. While it would be a sad time for many Game of Thrones fans out there, we're pretty sure other shows won't mind not having to do battle with this series every week.

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