The end of the Game of Thrones series – Season 8, Episode 6 – will be coming this Sunday, May 19th. HBO does not give much away about what to expect, in both the Episode 6 teaser trailer and the a picture that shows you almost nothing to do. But the main character Daenerys finally meets his end in the last episode of the show? Read for a possibility that is in front of our faces in Episode 5, but not many viewers have noticed.
In Daenerys Targaryen lost Mad Queen at Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 5, "The Bells," The question of all thoughts is simple: Who can stop the Dragon Queen in the final episode of the show ever?
Will Arya kill Dany, fulfilling the final part of the prediction of Melisandre's "brown eyes, green eyes, blue eyes"? (Dany should have purple eyes, based on books, but actress Emilia Clarke's eyes are, in fact, green.) Will Jon will kill Dany for his crimes during the Fall of the King & # 39 ; s Landing, and suppose his appropriate role as king? Or something more surprising to happen ̵
Here's what all the missed as we are obsessed with implementing Varys, Dany's small staff attack, and Cleganebowl (the hype is true): Varys and his young spy, Martha , Dany is actively trying to poison before he cuts his scheming short.
In the opening episode scene, the Varys are clearly writing letters Explained the true identity of Jon Snow, one might be able to send a pair of eyeballs to Westeros to justify Jon to occupy the throne . Although he was doing this later in the episode when the Gray Worm arrived for him, it was not clear if he actually sent any crows – if he did, it took offscreen. My money is in yes, but by the point, right now.
When one of the "little birds" of Varys entered the room, they had a short exchange where Martha told the Varys that "he could not eat" ("he" might have been Dany), and Varys response that they will "try again at dinner." Martha believes that Dany's soldiers are watching her, and Varys helps her reassure the little girl by reminding her that the big danger is getting a great reward. At the end of the scene, Varys sent Martha back to the kitchen, where she appeared.
"The bigger the risk, the greater the reward." What is the greater risk than attempting to poison the queen of Targaryen?
This is a very Varys-like move; the Master of Whispers always plans, and honestly, his bow at this time felt unusually dumb. His plan is to come directly to Jon and Tyrion, and if they do not, it's going to die? That's not the Spider we used to know. But the queen is openly denounced – a classic, if dangerous, misdirect – while she secretly plans to poison her from the shadows? Now it's more appropriate.
However, it does not all have another scene that indicates the poison, and it can still give us a clue how to bring Dany down to the end.
When the Gray Worm and the Infinite marched the hall to his room, he burned the letter he wrote – and took off his rings. The camera lingers in an extreme close-up as he twists a brief, pulls it off, and drops it into an empty chalice at his desk. Others will follow soon.
It may not have been, nor could it be all: Olenna Tyrell poisoned Joffrey in her marriage, cut off the poison – which is appropriately called "strangler" – from the Sansa beads, given to her by fool Dontos at Littlefinger's command, and the false crystal dropped to Joffrey's cup, which probably dissolved and became undetectable.
Zoom in on the Varys ring and brightening up the image does not reveal any wonderful blue crystal. In fact, the ring we got the best look seems to represent Varys's loyalty to the Targaryen queen – it looks like the ring from the official collaboration of Mey's jewelry shop on the show. The retailer called it a "ring of loyalty," and their site claims to have all the exhausted Varys, Tyrion, Jorah, and Gray Worms due to Season 7. It's designed to look like a dragon's spine. In taking this, the Varys are symbolically shedding the symbol of his loyalty to the Daenerys.
But the Varys are still loyal to Jon, who knows he is now a Targaryen too. Even though we did not see the obvious blue poison crystal as Varys removed all his rings, the show seemed to focus on their departure only long enough that it could be important in the end. That the scullery assistant, Martha, could still skip, after all, and the death of his master in Dany's hands could inspire him to continue trying to carry out his last wish: To see the Dragon Queen dead, no matter the way.
In that case, I will take care of any sign of Martha in the finals of Game of Thrones & # 39; Season 8.
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