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Who would be a potential dragonslayer?

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- Areo Hotah and the giant ax imo, kills Rhaegal. (Tyrion would be the rider)

Dorne would follow YG and the GC and clash with Dany at some time. What's you scenario and possible dragonslayer?

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First, welcome o the forum :cheers: . May you enjoy here like the rest of us.

Dragons are pretty powerful beasts, and can`t be killed that easily. Although Dany`s dragons aren`t the fully grown, they are still dragons. The obvious choice would be weirwood arrows, or some Maester hidden trick. But I do believe Dany`s dragons won`t last for good...

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Tyrion and his crossbow.

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I think the dragons are there to offset the Others, if they go then my guess would be the dragons go too. As far as a person being a dragonslayer in this story I just don't see it. I think they will be killed by treachery, not valiant knights as they are in other stories.

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The Great Other would be cool too. Or another dragon, from Euron's missing egg or something.

Thx for the greetings btw.

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I remember a (slightly crackpot) theory here that said Theon was one. Hear me out. We know he was a master archer earlier in the books, and handily, Ramsay left him enough fingers to use a bow. And, Brandon Snow (brother to Torrhen Stark, the King who knelt), had some plan to assassinate Aegon's dragons by stealth, generally taken to be weirwood arrows as seen in one of Bran's visions.

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I'd like to say Stannis, but we all know he'd crap himself if he were face-to-face with one.

So I'll say Sam. He is a slayer, afterall.

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He said in an interview that the FM haven't been contracted yet which I would say implies that they one day will. Jaqen of course went looking for that book on dragons.

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If weirwood arrows are indeed dragon kryptonite, it could really be anyone with halfway decent aim. That being said, it seems more likely the dragon will die at the hands of the Others or each other (a la "The Dance of the Dragons"), though I'm not convinced they need to die at all.

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Someone wielding Dawn.

Or, since the dragons aren't fully grown, a direwolf?

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I so want bust a skyrim joke right now but seriously I put my money of Jon Snow slaying a dragon as I think one weakness of dragons is Valyrian steel.

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If weirwood arrows are indeed dragon kryptonite, it could really be anyone with halfway decent aim. That being said, it seems more likely the dragon will die at the hands of the Others or each other (a la "The Dance of the Dragons"), though I'm not convinced they need to die at all.

Arya has at least half decent aim and Bran will provide weirwood arrows. Just imagine Dany trying to get the North to kneel then oops one of her weapons falls from the sky.

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The Others. Or perhaps Arya, though she might slay a dragon of a different sort.

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Loras Tyrell could be a potential dragonslayer wanna-be, but I'm not sure he could pull it off. Having lost Renly, he might be reckless enough to give it a try, though.

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Bard the Bowman,firing wierwood arrows.

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Ser Robert Strong, foreshadowed when cutting off the head of his horse.

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Archers... Sarella and Anguy. Possibly Sam since Jon told him to practice archery. I hope that if Weirwood arrows are the way to kill a dragon that it takes more than just one to do it. A one shot kill with anything on a dragon would be disappointing.

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So I'll say Sam. He is a slayer, afterall.

That would be so awesome if the biggest craven in the series ends up being the only person to have slain both an Other and a dragon, and is celebrated through out history as the bravest hero ever.

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Archmaester Marwyn could. But he won't.

Or Sam Tarly may accidently stab one with a shard of ice.

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