Game of Thrones: Script reveals where Drogon really took Daenerys’ body

Game of Thrones fans are still reeling from Daenerys Targaryen’s (played by Emilia Clarke) death after the series came to a controversial finale in back in May of this year.

With the show nominated for a staggering 32 Emmy awards, fans are giving the controversial finale a second look.

However, it is the show’s recent script release that has really opened up the conversation, as the text’s lengthy descriptions spills a number of insightful details never seen before.

Moreover, the script has answered one of the biggest questions hanging over the fandom including where Deanerys’ body was taken after her shock death at the hands of Jon Snow (Kit Harington).

Episode six of the season finale sees Drogon distraught after finding his mother lying lifeless in the snow impaled by Jon’s dagger.

Enraged dragon destroys the Iron throne with his blaze before lifting Daenerys and flying away with her body.

However, as the scene never showed where Daenerys was taken, many fans suspected the Mother of Dragons could still be alive, but the script has not only ruled this out, but revealed where she was taken.

A segment reads: “He heads out toward the eastern sky, flying over Blackwater Bay. It’s not a dusky beauty shot; it’s gray and lifeless, as befits a funeral.”

The route suggests Drogon may have flown her back to Dragonstone, which seems most likely as it’s the ancestral Stronghold of House Targaryen.

This would follow Daenerys’ season two vision which saw the throne room of the Red Keep in King’s Landing reduced to ruins and covered in snow, much like after her death.

The vision was also referenced in the lengthy description of the character entering the Throne Room in her final moments.

The script reads: “Dany stands in the Throne Room, it looks just like it did in her vision, only the area behind the Iron Throne has been destroyed altogether. I.e., no window behind throne, Lannister or otherwise.”

The vision referred to is shown in the season two finale Valar Moguls, when she foresaw the very moment she entered the room to take the throne.

With no sign of her fate to come, the script describes her sense of achievement for what seems like the moment she finally becomes Queen.

The script reads: “For a few seconds, the conquering queen disappears and she looks like a young girl again, entranced by the beauty of the moment, and the object of her greatest desire.

“It is right there. The reason for her long journey across two continents, the endless conflicts, the deaths of her loved ones: The Iron Throne.”

Moreover, standing so close to the throne reminds her of the season two vision as she hesitates, something fans may have missed in the first watch of the episode.

The script adds: ”She slowly climbs the snow-covered stairs. She reaches out to touch it, and hesitates. Perhaps she remembers the vision in which the throne was a temptation to avoid.

“But this isn’t a vision. This is real. She touches the arm of the throne, resting her hand on the cold metal where so many of her ancestors’ hands rested for so many centuries.

“She is standing directly in front of it. All she has to do is sit and the journey is complete. She turns to sit. In doing so, she sees Jon enter the throne room. The throne can wait.”

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