JonisHenryTudor Posted June 11, 2016 Share Posted June 11, 2016 On 6/9/2016 at 10:03 AM, MtnLion said: The crushing defeat is when she realizes, and accepts that there is a better claim to the Iron Throne than her own. She will go to her knees, painfully, bowing low to the dragon. Between now and then, all of the remaining inhabitants of Planetos will need to focus on the Battle for the Dawn to actually win. Having Daenerys lose 100k to meat for the Night's King would create a near insurmountable imbalance . . . Dragons are fire made flesh, but the White Walkers have walked through fire, several times. I am not so certain, as many seem to be, that dragons will be an effective weapon against them. I tend to agree with this. Unless dragon fire is some sort of special fire, I am not sure how effective it will be. On 6/9/2016 at 5:37 PM, JLE said: You're assuming Dany is going to HAVE an army. I believe that she won't - her Dothraki won't cross the sea, not least because the ships which she might hope to catch will have already gone. If the Greyjoys are to be belatedly introduced and Euron is to become her enemy rather than her transport, he must *betray* her. It isn't just the Dothraki. Both the unsullied and Dothraki have not spent time at sea. If Martin maintains a sense of realism, there is a good chance that she will lose a portion during the crossing. After landing (this depends on how far south winter goes) her army is at some point going to face harsh conditions, and unless she can muster warmer clothing, etc I can see many freezing to death. But again I am not sure how far south Martin will send winter. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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