The new season of Game of Thrones is months away and we haven’t heard anything about the books in years, so Game of Thrones fans are understandably hungry for answers. Is Jon Snow alive? What happened to Daenerys? Is Gendry still off rowing somewhere? Well, we might be able to answer one of those questions.
On Instagram, French actor Elie Haddad posted a picture containing a page from the season six script. The post has since been deleted, but as we all know, nothing on the internet can ever truly be erased.
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According to the Game of Thrones experts over at Watchers on the Wall, the script contains several references to Emilia Clarke‘s character Daenerys Targaryen (also known as the Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, Mother of Dragons, Queen of Meereen, Princess of Dragonstone, and Haver of Nicknames).
At the end of season five, Daenerys was surrounded by a horde of Dothraki horselords, with her fate unknown. That’s where Daenerys’s story ends in the books, so the script contains new information for book readers and show-onlys alike. The leaked page shows the following exchange between several Dothraki about Daenerys:
“I like her.”
“I’ll bet she gets nice and pink when you pinch her.”
“I’d like to know what a Khaleesi tastes like.”
“Good. You can suck my dick.”
The script then ends with “Laughter all around” and presumably some high fives. So what does this mean for our beloved Mother of Dragons? Well we know that Daenerys is alive and that the Dotharki are traveling somewhere, either to Meereen (if Dany has taken control of the situation) or the Dothraki city of Vaes Dothrak (if she’s being held captive). Since the Dothraki don’t seem to respect Daenerys, the latter is more likely.
It’s long been speculated that Daenerys would use her dragons to command the respect and take control of the Dothraki, but given her position (and lack of references to dragons in the script), that either won’t happen or just hasn’t happened yet. Unfortunately, that’s all we know right now. So what do you think will happen to Daenerys?
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