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1 hour ago, MinscS2 said:

:agree:

If Jon had bent the knee to Dany in S703, there would be no Targaryen-restoration as of S707.
The submissive attitude of Jorah is one of the reasons he got stuck in the friendzone and the fact that Daario began his pursuit of Dany as a knee-bending sycophant before even getting to know her is one of the reasons he never became more than a FWB.

If you want Dany to like you, bend the knee.
If you want Dany to love (or hate) you, don't.

Great point regarding the contrast between Jon and Jorah/ Dario. 

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On 9/18/2017 at 1:33 PM, MinscS2 said:

Well there was a reason even if we don't get to see a scene between Dany and Royce: He did say that "A Targaryen cannot be trusted" (albeit unwillingly) to a Targaryen. :P
 

I think the reason was very obvious. Royce didn't trust a Targaryen to not use this as a trap for Jon. He thought she'd trap him or possibly kill him as history showed. It gave more context for Jon's statements the following episode about being a "Northern fool" who didn't listen. Of course Davos, who probably realizes that Stannis may have executed Jon by now for his unwillingness to bend the knee thinks things have gone much better.

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On 9/5/2017 at 7:05 AM, Tianzi said:

I think that the one jealous of Dany's looks can be Arya, not Sansa, since

a. she's been shown being insecure about her feminity (old times, but still)

b. she is the one of the sisters who can be jealous of Jon on the personal level.

Sansa will probably have objections about someone having political influence over Jon, as other people have pointed out.

Well, on one hand I wouldn't expect the final season to have plotlines like this, since they have more important things to solve, but on the other - D&D are unlikely to pass on an opportunity on some good ol' catty conflict when having two females on the same screen.

I believe some sort of tension should exist among them, not in the soap opera-ish way but GoT has always been best with these kinds of character conflicts. I understand the importance of the war but I don't believe most of it alone would make for great TV. Conflicts are best when you care about both sides and that's what the human drama must provide.

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On ‎10‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 5:29 PM, MinscS2 said:

:agree:

If Jon had bent the knee to Dany in S703, there would be no Targaryen-restoration as of S707.
The submissive attitude of Jorah is one of the reasons he got stuck in the friendzone and the fact that Daario began his pursuit of Dany as a knee-bending sycophant before even getting to know her is one of the reasons he never became more than a FWB.

If you want Dany to like you, bend the knee.
If you want Dany to love (or hate) you, don't.

If you want Dany to burn you, don't.

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On ‎9‎/‎19‎/‎2017 at 1:02 PM, MinscS2 said:

Aye, season 7 was the season of Stark-infighting. By the end of season 7, it is resolved and the pack (including Jon) is united.
It would be strange (and stupid) if they started fighting again in season 8. There will probably be some verbal tension between some Stark-siblings and Daenerys, but it won't escalate to outright scheming and threats of killing.

This.. there are only 6 episodes to end the series. Not a lot of time for wasted arguements amongst a family that will in the end stick together.

I could see a small amount of tension from Sansa to Dany because Sansa has aspirations to rule but she will soon see how Jon cares and trusts her, and once Arya also approves it will seal the deal.

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On 2018-02-13 at 9:26 AM, dbunting said:

This.. there are only 6 episodes to end the series. Not a lot of time for wasted arguements amongst a family that will in the end stick together.

Two families, technically. ;)

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On 2/14/2018 at 7:12 AM, MinscS2 said:

Two families, technically. ;)

Three, even.  The conversation between Theon and Jon -- for them both Ned Stark is in them.  Jon says Theon is a Stark as well as a Lovejoy.  Jon with always be Stark too.  So it's Stark, Targaryen and Lovejoy families, making a pack, making a flock and making a fleet.  Or all dying of course in terrible prolonged manners, leaving only the next generation or something.

Those zombies are the worst.  Also a dragon that's a zombie with tattered wings -- it may be supernatural but still how can it fly that way -- though maybe as cold air is heavier and denser than hot air -- I dunno.  And wouldn't it shoot ice not fire, fire which destroys zombies?  Anyway, none of this makes ANY sense at all.

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On 2/16/2018 at 7:41 PM, Zorral said:

Three, even.  The conversation between Theon and Jon -- for them both Ned Stark is in them.  Jon says Theon is a Stark as well as a Lovejoy.  Jon with always be Stark too.  So it's Stark, Targaryen and Lovejoy families, making a pack, making a flock and making a fleet.  Or all dying of course in terrible prolonged manners, leaving only the next generation or something.

Those zombies are the worst.  Also a dragon that's a zombie with tattered wings -- it may be supernatural but still how can it fly that way -- though maybe as cold air is heavier and denser than hot air -- I dunno.  And wouldn't it shoot ice not fire, fire which destroys zombies?  Anyway, none of this makes ANY sense at all.

Also, since the Night King punctured his fire-breathing portion, he shouldn't be able to breathe fire.

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I do think there would be some tension in the beginning.  Dany is not a known quantity and both Sansa and Arya would want to protect their family.  Once they get to know her I think Sansa and Arya will trust her and work with her.  Bran knows everything Dany has done and could just tell them.  Also in my opinion I think Arya and Dany have a lot on common so I see them having a close relationship.

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On 10/13/2017 at 9:29 AM, MinscS2 said:

:agree:

If Jon had bent the knee to Dany in S703, there would be no Targaryen-restoration as of S707.
The submissive attitude of Jorah is one of the reasons he got stuck in the friendzone and the fact that Daario began his pursuit of Dany as a knee-bending sycophant before even getting to know her is one of the reasons he never became more than a FWB.

If you want Dany to like you, bend the knee.
If you want Dany to love (or hate) you, don't.

So essentially what you are saying is, guys have to bend the knee at exactly the right time to please her? And even then, its still not enough because she also has extra demands, in addition to that? See: an entire ceasefire before she agrees to help. 

Such a selfless, unconditional love she's displaying here. Wow, I'm really sold on this romance. :bs:

Jon never really bent the knee...so is that what Dany likes? Men who pretend to swear fealty?

I'm also wondering why a person this fickle and picky would even deserve to have her House restored. After Daario is prostrating himself at Dany's feet, Sansa wakes up from her forced marriage to Tyrion. I think they are drawing a contrast here. Dany has unrestrained power to have any man she wants...doesn't mean she'll get it.

 

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I think both Sansa and Arya will be wary of her at first. Sansa will probably think she seduced Jon into giving up his kingship, and Arya just doesn't really trust anyone, which is understandable considering everything she has been through. Once they actually see her helping them defeat the Others they will probably warm up to her. 

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