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*WARNING SPOILERS for Game of Thrones

Fans of Game of Thrones believe we'll see more dragons in the penultimate episode of the series.


If you don't want any SPOILERS for last week's episode, consider this your warning!

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Daenerys Targaryen lost her second dragon during last week's episode.

Poor Rhaegal didn't stand a chance, shot out of the sky by several of Euron Greyjoy's scorpion bolts.

That leaves Dany with just one dragon to scorch King's Landing. But if you ask the fans, the possibility of more dragons has been staring us in the face all season.

If you've been watching Game of Thrones for a while, then you surely remember that Drogon—the last dragon standing—disappeared near the close of Season 4. Dany could not explain where he'd gone.

But he returned for a brief period early on in Season 5 before taking another sabbatical...

Game of Thrones (S05E02) - Daenerys and Drogon www.youtube.com

...and fans believe Drogon flew off somewhere to lay some dragon eggs. The series implies that dragons can reproduce asexually.

Does this mean we're bound to see some fully grown dragons wreaking havoc during this week's episode?



There are a couple of things out there that support this theory.

For one, the opening credits to this season hint at more dragons.

The trailer for next week's episode provides another clue.

Euron Greyjoy looking up at the sky in fear while dragon screeches are heard in the background.

Game of Thrones | Season 8 Episode 5 | Preview (HBO) youtu.be

Oh, and here's that moment, just for you:

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What did he see?!


Tune in Sunday and find out.

There are only two more episodes before the series ends, and anything can happen!

And when it is all over, you can get your own GoT dragon to wear on your shoulder here.

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