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  1. Indeed, that statement from episode 6 proves that she cared about destroying the Night King, but it doesn't prove that she wanted to save the North. She doesn't say ''we will save the North'' she says ''We will destroy the Night King and his army'', because Night King and his army is also an obstacle for her quest to conquer Westeros.
  2. I don't see any contradiction. She didn't believe Jon first. She didn't believe that the army of the dead existed, only after seeing it she recognizes them as enemies. Before that, she didn't even believe they were existed. Which is why she says they will defeat the Night King, but she doesn't say when. She doesn't say they will attack the Night King immediately before fighting with Cersei. Her priority was always Cersei and the Iron Throne, after that she could deal with the Night King (in reality she couldn't deal with them without the knowledge of dragonglass and Arya's help, but that's not the point), she believes she can burn Night King and White Walkers so they would win, the North and the people is not really important for her as far as I see so the North can wait until she takes the Iron Throne, all she did was recognizing Night King as an enemy, and that doesn't contradicts with her priority (which is Iron Throne not saving innocent people or saving the people in North) which she says in the next episode that she can't leave the fight against Cersei without getting a truce.
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    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    Is this mean we can't trust your words? Ok, thanks for proving me right.
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    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    Purpose of Jon Snow, rightfully killing Daenerys Stormborn one of his reasons to exist. And we are proving that Daenerys's evil nature was always there, she completely turned to that direction at some point also, probably during the Season 6. As Kit Harington said; "But if you track [Daenerys’s] story all the way back, she does some terrible things. She crucifies people. She burns people alive. This has been building. So, we have to say to the audience: ‘You’re in denial about this woman as well. You knew something was wrong. You’re culpable, you cheered her on.’" Of course some will never agree with this so it's a waste of time to explaining to them, maybe they will understand a couple of years later, after they cool down.
  5. If this is your only reference to Daenerys's not changing nature, then I would say you're wrong. Daenerys didn't want to save the North. She only agreed AFTER Cersei agreed on their truce offer. What she was going to do? Still not go to North after they accepted their offer of truce, she even thought Lannisters will send their armies to the North. She already said this to Jon; Jon: ''So, what now? '' Daenerys: ''I can't forget what I saw north of the Wall. And I can't pretend that Cersei won't take back half the country the moment I march north.'' (S07E07) This quite obvious. If Cersei didn't agree, she wouldn't go to the North even after Jon bend the knee to her. So basically she wouldn't even care about the North even when Jon agreed to follow Daenerys, she was so obssessed with the Iron Throne and destroying her only enemy, she didn't care about anything else like defending the innocent, or even Night King and the army of the dead.
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    The Best Fighters in the Series

    Yeah, if we didn't see Arya vs. Brienne, I would say Faceless men ranks over any other fighter but even when Brienne wasn't using her valyrian steel sword and while Arya was using her needle and valyrian steel knife, Brienne didn't lose to her. Since Arthur and Selmy should rank higher than Brienne, I think they can take the Faceless men as well, even Jaqen H'ghar. @Kaapstad what's your opinion about this list?
  7. RYShh

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    What I am trying to do is hoping that you can understand even ''evil'' Tywin took prisoners, but not Daenerys, so you can realize what she has done. Why do you think Varys and Tyrion started to plot against Daenerys? Right after she refused to take prisoners and burn them alive if they don't bend the knee. But it seems you will never understand so I am wasting my time.
  8. RYShh

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    I just told you he didn't. Elia's child had to die in order to secure the Iron Throne. That's irrelevant. Again you're giving example on individual crimes of soldiers, that's irrelevant as well with Daenerys's no prisoner policy.
  9. RYShh

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    Tywin didn't tell him to kill the prisoners... As we've seen when he first came to Harrenhal, he asked what's going on, then he stopped.
  10. RYShh

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    Who is talking about Gregor? I was talking about Tywin. If you are going to change the subject whenever you want you can stop replying. I didn't talk about Lannisters, I said Tywin. Stark soldiers also committed crimes from time to time, no one could control that in a war time. The point is Tywin took prisoners, Daenerys did not, even ''evil'' Tywin was better than Daenerys, like it or not. Did you see me saying Viserys shouldn't die or he was not guilty? I am explaining how ruthless Daenerys really is, and how she looks at her own brother's eyes when they burns his head alive, And you're talking about how vile and worthless Viserys is, as if I said otherwise. No one said otherwise. The point is she could've wanted Drogo to punish Viserys in a different way, she didn't. She didn't even blink when they burned her brother's head.
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    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    You're addressing me anyway, I am happy to not read your biased posts towards Daenerys. It's ok with me. You know what was the point right? Tywin's first question was asking why are these prisoners were not in their cell. Then they told him the situation and then he learns they have no empty cell left. Then he suggests that they can use these prisoners as labors instead of killing it. That was Tywin's solution for saving prisoner lives. To call it slavery, that must be the main objective. Tywin's intend wasn't using prisoners as workers, he just proposed that instead of killing them. I think this is quite understandable. They had no choice because they didn't have any empty cell left. And it's not like Tywin was going to keep those prisoners as workers after the war. I doubt they put a colar, chains on that prisoners or they made any mark that shows that they are slaves, we've no seen no such a thing on Arya. Calling this slavery to justify Daenerys's no prisoner policy is just ridiculous. There is no slavery in Westeros, and there can't be. Tywin took prisoners and he was going to if he had an empty cell, Daenerys didn't care that at all, and she was afraid of other captives would choose to be prisoners instead of bending the knee to her so she starts to burn them alive if they don't bend the knee. Even Tywin was better than Daenerys. Let alone people like Robb Stark.
  12. RYShh

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    And why he did that? He was drunk and Dothraki mocked with him instead of giving him an army. His only mistake was acting like a fool, Dothraki deceived him after all. Still Viserys was her brother, and still when they burned his head, she didn't even blink, I mean even Jorah suggested her to not look at it, but she did look at him without an emotion, that tell us about Daenerys's true character.
  13. RYShh

    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    Now I understand what your problem is; '' At least she could ask them to kill him with a less brutal way, if not for taking him as a prisoner.'' That was part of my post, and you just didn't read. Friendly advise; try to read the posts better next time, or don't answer it blindly.
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    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    Viserys abused himself due to his exile, it wasn't ease for him to live in Essos, he still look after her sister, you think Daenerys could survive without Viserys? He taught Daenerys everything he knows about Westeros, she wouldn't even know who they are and where they come from if not for Viserys probably. Daenerys was essentially going to marry with Viserys due to Targaryen incest tradition, so that's also part of their family tradition. Selling daughters and sisters happens in Westeros as well, not sure how it's a crime. He told her that 40.000 thing after she wanted to disobey Viserys not before. Anyway, Viserys tried to beat her twice, and failed twice. When did she say he beat her consistently in the show? I don't remember. I see no reason for her to let them kill him by burning his head, she should've asked that they should take him as prisoner, or least don't look and feel sorry for your kin as Jorah suggested. Viserys deserved to die, that doesn't mean Daenerys shouldn't show any emotion and not feel sorry for him. You talked about Lady Tarbeck and Tywin, this is exactly like that one. So the point stands.
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    What was the purpose of Jon Snow?

    1- Viserys was drunk 2- They mocked with him by saying he was no king and wait outside when they actually promised him to give an army 3- Viserys begged Daenerys to stop it when he understand what they are going to do Do you see what you did? Because of you I had to defend that fool Viserys. She simply didn't care any of that, and didn't even blink when they burned her brother's head. At least she could ask them to kill him with a less brutal way, if not for taking him as a prisoner. Daenerys is as ruthless as Tywin if not more.
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