Many questions were left unanswered by the final of Game of Thrones broadcast last year, thus offering the opportunity to many fans of the series to lend themselves to the game of theories to try to answer them. Interviewed as part of the making-of book Fire doesn’t kill a dragon (on November 4, published by Pygmalion), Emilia Clarke has also speculated on the fate of the dragon Drogon, seen for the last time in the show carrying the corpse of her mother Daenerys after the latter’s assassination by Jon Snow.
For the actore British one thing is in any case certain, the corpse of the khaleesi was not devoured by the creature: “I think he will continue to fly until the moment his body is going to decompose. I sincerely think he will continue to flap his wings until his last breath. He is in mourning, and it is because of this suffering he will die. “ A theory not only credible but also consistent with the extinction of the Targaryen line, almost entirely decimated since its last member still alive Jon Snow was sentenced to exile in the wild territories of the North.
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