After countless fan theories, digging up prophecies, and what not, Fans of Game of Thrones are now set to claim how season 2 of the HBO series revealed the Iron Throne battle will end. Fans are conjecturing about how the King’s Landing fight for the Iron Throne will happen, particularly after episode 4 of the last season apparently made ready for Daenerys Targaryen, played by Emilia Clarke to follow in her father, Aerys II Targaryen’s strides and eventually become the Mad Queen.
While numerous fans are getting tied up with the previously mentioned theories, others are featuring a dream Dany had back in season two and trust it alluded to the end of Emilia’s character, Daenerys Targaryan on account of none other than her ex-sweetheart and recently found out nephew, Jon Snow. (talk about incest, pshhh.) In this episode of season 2, ‘Valar Morghulis’, Dany’s dragons have been stolen, she searches for them, and ends up in the house of the undying where there is a vision of the iron throne, not at King’s Landing, but someplace snowy.
While it appears as though everybody on the planet is enamored with Game of Thrones and can’t get enough of its last season, it seems like George R.R. Martin has a couple of second thoughts about how the show wound up being adjusted from his A Song of Ice and Fire books.
He was asked whether he at any point got passionate about studio changes. He replied that he did and he would lean toward that the studio does it precisely the manner in which George R.R. Martin did it. Then again, it is not necessary to exactly follow the books.
Which brings to consider if the theories and prophecies were even worth investing so much passion into?