Game of Thronesmay have come to a dramatic conclusion earlier this year but fans are still theorising what could have happened in the series if different avenues were explored with their favorite characters. One shocking twist that leftHBOviewers in uproar wasDaenerys Targaryen(played by Emilia Clarke) transformation into the Mad Queen and her subsequent death at the hands ofJon Snow(Kit Harrington).
However onefanhas suggested that regardless of their love for each other Daenerys was in fact destined to kill Jon.
Viewers will remember Daenerys wanted to secure her position as Queen and one fan has implied this means she would have eventually killed Jon.
Reddit user Shady_maniac began: “So I’m reading the series for the first time and caught this in a Danaerys chapter in Clash of Kings.
“Viserys, was her first thought the next time she paused, but a second glance told her otherwi se.
Game of Thrones: Daenerys would have killed Jon?(Image: HBO)
Game of Thrones: Daenerys was killed by Jon (Image: HBO)
“The man had her brother’s hair, but he was taller, and his eyes were a dark indigo rather than lilac.
“’Aegon,’ he said to a woman nursing a newborn babe in a great wooden bed .
“’What better name for a king? Will you make a song for him? ’The woman asked. ‘He has a song,’ the man replied. ‘He is the prince that was promised, and his is the song of ice and fire.’ ‘
“Could this be referring to Jon Snow?” The user questioned.
Game of Thrones: Jon loved his Queen despite killing her(Image: HBO)
Reddit user Alivealive0 answered: “No. This refers to Aegon,Rhaegar’sfirst son, second child, who died at the hands of Gregor Clegane. The mother is Elia Martell. ”
The fan posted a second passage from Clash of Kings which they think refers to Jon.
They wrote: “’He has a song,’ the man replied. ‘He is the prince that was promised, and his is the song of ice and fire.’
“He looked up when he said it and his eyes met Dany’s, and it seemed as if he saw her standing there beyond the door.
“’There must be one more, ‘he said, though whether he was speaking to her or the woman in the bed she could not say. ”
Could this passage refer to Jon and his claim to the Iron Throne?
If so,Daenerys may have felt forced to kill Jon.
Elsewhere, released scripts have given a better insight into why Daenerys transformed into the Mad Queen.
In a scene where the Mother of Dragons admits she has no love in Westeros, only fear, viewers watched as Jon tells Daenerys he loves her as she is his Queen.
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After responding “no”, they kiss, but the episode that aired never saw Jon respond when she asks this, he pulls back after the kiss coldly stating “let it be fear”.
However, the script says: “[Daenerys] is desperate for a connection; she cannot remember a time she has felt this alone.
“She pulls back from the kiss and looks at Jon.”
Could this loneliness and need for a connection have contributed to her spiral downwards?