This berth contains spoilers fromSeason 7, Episode 6. Tonight’s incident of was a stunner. The internet is still reeling from the one-two pierce of Viserion’s death and resurgence as an Ice Dragon, under the word of the Night King. But the jolt of tonight’s terminating shouldn’t overshadow the questions that it conjures. Namely: How does this pertain to the Wall descending? Will Viserion blow fire or sparkler? And what the happens between Longclaw?
Of course, the most difficult interrogation is probably something along the lines of, OMG, what does Daenerys* do* now that her dragon Viserion is dead? She’s down to two dragons.( Conveniently she has a second rider, extremely, though neither she nor Jon know it more .) But, neither of them know the Night King resurrected her dragon. Will Jon affected the realization of the fright Daenerys will face when she sees her child undead, beforeit actually materializes? Or will it not occur to him that anything and everything living that succumbs beyond the Wall and is not burned immediately is a part of the Night King’s legion?
But that’s exclusively the beginning of our interrogations. Because , now that we’re met an ice dragon, we would like to know a few acts :P TAGEND
Do Ice Dragons setback freezing burn or sparkler?
This is a very serious question. Because despite now having a dragon, the Night King still has an entire Army to get over the Wall. If Viserion still blows ardor, that intends he was able to melt the Wall in record time.( Well, ok, maybe about two hours or so, as we saw in the premiere year reveal .)
If Viserion blows frost, that’s not really going to help take down the Wall, though it could assist in creating a land bridge to walk over the Wall. It could also freeze the Narrow Sea so the Night King’s legion could walk around. Remember, the Hound said he saw frozen ripples in his imagination of the Arrowhead mountain. Perhaps what he saw was the outcomes of Viserion’s death.
How will Cersei react to learning Dany lost a dragon?
Moreover, how will Jaime Lannister feel about joining an army that has to face an Ice Dragon? Now, to be fair, Daenerys and Jon don’t more realize that the Night King has resurrected Viserion, and they’re not likely to tell Cersei that the Targaryen forces are down a mount.
But it’s going to come out. Qyburn’s little birds are going to know about it, which signifies command been able to reach Cersei. If she knows Dany is already down one, she’s going to see this as a method to let the Targaryen enemy be killed off for her, without having to lift a finger, conveniently forgetting that leaves her to face the Night King alone.
What’s the deal with Longclaw’s radiating heart?
What the HECK was that ?!
Jon Snow went under the tides. We* appreciated* that pas. We verified the Night King call time of demise. We checked the wights turn away, sensing no animate thing to affect and follow him away from the battlefield.
And then we ascertained Longclaw, with a white-hot attention, and Jon somehow, impossibly rise from the frozen ocean, alive.
And merely to be clear, here’s Longclaw’s eye in the next shooting :P TAGEND
Black. As this is the case in every other shooting we’ve discovered of it.
Sowhat* was* that? Did Longclaw somehow save Jon’s life? We know that Valyrian sword has dragon owneds, and dragons are supernatural. We know, as Jon mentions very clearly in this bout, that he replaced the pommel. What in heaven’s reputation is it replaced with? And how did it make sure Jon Snow lived?