Daenerys Targaryen galt lange als Favoritin auf den eisernen Thron. Am Ende gelang es ihr sogar, Westeros jedenfalls für einen Augenblick. Daenerys Targaryen - manchmal auch Dany oder Daenerys Sturmtochter und Mutter der Drachen genannt - ist die Tochter von Aerys II Targaryen und Rhaella. Könnte sich Daenerys Targaryen in "Game of Thrones" als der ultimative Feind entpuppen? Wir erklären, wieso sie ein waschechter Bösewicht.
Daenerys "Dany" TargaryenKönnte sich Daenerys Targaryen in "Game of Thrones" als der ultimative Feind entpuppen? Wir erklären, wieso sie ein waschechter Bösewicht. Am Ende der 8. Staffel von Game Of Thrones gab es bei Fans viele Diskussionspunkte – einer davon war Daenerys Targaryens Ermordung vor. Daenerys Targaryen - manchmal auch Dany oder Daenerys Sturmtochter und Mutter der Drachen genannt - ist die Tochter von Aerys II Targaryen und Rhaella.
Game Of Thrones Dany Navigation menu VideoGame of Thrones: Daenerys slaughters the Lannisters Daenerys Targaryen ist eine fiktive Figur in der Serie der epischen Fantasy-Romane A Song of Ice and Fire des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und der Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones, in der die englische Schauspielerin Emilia Clarke sie. Targaryen wird sich Daenerys des Erbes bewusst, das sie antreten könnte, und versucht, Drogo von der Eroberung des Eisernen Throns für ihren Sohn zu. Daenerys Targaryen war die jüngste Tochter von Aerys Targaryen, dem verrückten König. Sie ist seine letzte Tochter und damit Erbin des Eisernen Throns. Er drohte Khal Drogo damit, Daenerys zu töten, wenn dieser ihm nicht wie versprochen eine "goldene Krone" beschaffte. Drogo nahm ihn schließlich beim Wort.
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George R. Martin amazon. By Jessica Mason Sep 15th, , pm. Martin explaining it in Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon: Then came the filming of the wedding night.
Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon will hit bookstores on October 6. As explained by the episode's director, Miguel Sapochnik, in HBO's "The Game Revealed" video , Daenerys set out for King's Landing with a thirst for vengeance against Cersei Lannister.
But when Dany's own armies won with relatively little bloodshed, she was left disappointed. It's not enough.
Daenerys was teetering on the edge up until this point. So what audiences were supposed to understand in that moment, according to Sapochnik, was that Daenerys is angered to hear the bells of surrender and see the Red Keep still intact and the city virtually unscathed.
She came there to win the war against Cersei, but suddenly realizes that alone isn't enough. She wants to rain fire and blood upon the city.
Drogo responds by killing Viserys with molten gold. Daenerys declares he was no dragon because fire cannot kill a dragon.
After an unsuccessful assassination attempt on behalf of Robert Baratheon, Drogo vows to Daenerys that he will conquer the Seven Kingdoms for her and their unborn son.
However, during their journey, Drogo becomes comatose because of an infected wound incurred during a fight with one of his men. Daenerys desperately seeks the help of healer Mirri Maz Duur to save his life using blood magic.
Mirri deceives Daenerys by using her unborn son's life as a sacrifice to heal Drogo but leaves him in a permanent catatonic state, forcing Daenerys to end her husband's life.
Daenerys punishes Mirri by having her tied to Drogo's funeral pyre as she sets it alight. She also lays the three dragon eggs on Drogo's body and steps into the fire herself.
At daybreak, after the fire has died out, Daenerys emerges with three baby dragons whom she names Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion.
Daenerys and the remnants of Drogo's khalasar wander the Red Waste before being accepted into the city of Qarth. The merchant, Xaro Xhoan Daxos, a member of Qarth's ruling council, the Thirteen, hosts her.
Daenerys appeals unsuccessfully to the Thirteen to support her invasion of Westeros. She returns to Xaro's manse to find half of her men and servants slain and her dragons missing.
Daenerys meets with the Thirteen again to ask for their help in retrieving her dragons. The warlock Pyat Pree claims responsibility and declares that her dragons are being kept in his temple, the House of the Undying.
Daenerys travels to the temple, but Pree's magic separates her from Jorah and chains her to her dragons. She orders her dragons to immolate Pree.
Daenerys confronts Xaro, who had conspired with Pree and Daenerys's servant Doreah to seize control of Qarth.
She has Xaro and Doreah sealed in Xaro's vault and has her remaining loyalists raid his manse, using the funds they seize to buy a ship. Daenerys travels to Astapor, a city in Slaver's Bay.
As she arrives, the warlocks of Qarth attempt to assassinate her, but Ser Barristan Selmy, who was Kingsguard to Aerys Targaryen, thwarts them; Daenerys accepts him into her service.
She negotiates with Astapori slaver Kraznys mo Nakloz to purchase an army of Unsullied, elite eunuch soldiers, in exchange for Drogon, and also obtains the services of Kraznys's translator Missandei.
Upon completion of the transaction, she has Drogon burn Kraznys alive and orders the Unsullied to kill Astapor's masters and free the slaves. Daenerys and her army march on the neighboring slave city of Yunkai, which hires the sellsword company, the Second Sons, to defend it.
The commanders of the Second Sons order their lieutenant, Daario Naharis, to kill Daenerys. Instead, Daario is smitten by her beauty and brings her the heads of his superiors, pledging the Second Sons' allegiance.
Daario, Jorah, and the Unsullied commander Grey Worm infiltrate Yunkai, opening the gates for the Targaryen army to conquer the city.
Daenerys is received by Yunkai's freed slaves, who hail her as their "mhysa" mother. Daenerys marches on the last city in Slaver's Bay, Meereen, and seizes control of it by instigating a slave revolt.
She decides to execute Meereenese masters as "justice" for slave children crucified on the road to Meereen. Daenerys learns that her council in Astapor has been overthrown and that Yunkai has returned to slavery.
Because of this, Daenerys remains in Meereen to practice ruling. She also begins a sexual relationship with Daario. After discovering that Jorah previously spied on her on House Baratheon's behalf, she is enraged and exiles him from the city.
Daenerys is later horrified to discover that Drogon has killed a farmer's child. Although she cannot find Drogon, she has Rhaegal and Viserion locked up in Meereen's catacombs.
Daenerys faces a new threat to her rule in the form of the Sons of the Harpy, a resistance movement made of agitated former masters. Her popularity with the freedmen wanes after she publicly executes one of her councilors, Mossador, for killing a captive Son.
After the Sons kill Ser Barristan, Daenerys decides she will attempt to restore peace by reopening Meereen's fighting pits and taking the Meereenese noble Hizdhar zo Loraq as her husband.
While attending a gladiator demonstration, Jorah, who has brought her the fugitive Tyrion Lannister to appease her, confronts her. Daenerys accepts Tyrion onto her council but exiles Jorah again.
At the reopening of the fighting pits, Jorah saves Daenerys's life by killing a Son of the Harpy trying to assassinate her.
The Sons launch a massive attack, killing Hizdhar and many other Meereenese noblemen and freedmen. As the Sons corner Daenerys and her councilors, Drogon appears and defeats most of them.
The Unsullied overwhelm the Sons, who were throwing spears at Drogon, prompting Daenerys to fly away on him. Drogon eventually leaves her in the Dothraki Sea, where she is captured by a khalasar.
Daenerys is taken to Khal Moro, the leader of the Dothraki horde. Learning that she is the widow of Khal Drogo, Moro tells her she must live out her days among the widows of the Dosh Khaleen in Vaes Dothrak.
Once there, Daenerys is told the khals will judge her for defying tradition and going out into the world following Drogo's death.
During the meeting with the khals, Daenerys declares only she has enough ambition to lead the Dothraki. The outraged khals threaten to gang-rape her, but Daenerys sets fire to the temple, killing everyone inside.
She emerges unscathed. Awed, the Dothraki accept her as their Khaleesi. After discovering that Jorah, who had followed her to Vaes Dothrak with Daario, is infected with the terminal disease greyscale, Daenerys orders him to find a cure and return to her services.
She marches on Meereen with Drogon, Daario and the Dothraki. Daenerys returns to Meereen to find it under siege by the joint fleets of Yunkai, Astapor and Volantis.
They have reneged on an agreement with Tyrion to free their slaves and are trying to reclaim the city. Daenerys deploys her three dragons, burning most of the slaver fleet and seizing the ships that survive.
The slavers agree to surrender. Soon after, Theon and Yara Greyjoy arrive. They offer the Iron Fleet in exchange for Daenerys giving the Iron Islands their independence and installing Yara as queen of the Iron Islands over their uncle Euron Greyjoy , who planned to marry Daenerys.
Daenerys agrees to Theon and Yara's alliance. Meanwhile, Varys secures the support of Ellaria Sand and Olenna Tyrell , who have lost family members to the Lannisters and want vengeance.
Daenerys leaves Daario and the Second Sons in Meereen to keep the peace, names Tyrion Lannister as Hand of the Queen and finally sets sail for Westeros.
Daenerys arrives at the island fortress of Dragonstone , the ancient Targaryen stronghold once held by the late Stannis Baratheon, and finds it abandoned.
She sends the Unsullied to take Casterly Rock and Yara Greyjoy 's fleet with ships from Dorne to blockade King's Landing.
However, the Lannister forces have left Casterly Rock and seized Highgarden and its wealth. Meanwhile, Euron overcomes his niece Yara's ships.
To gain allies, Daenerys summons the newly named King in the North, Jon Snow , to pledge his fealty to her.
Jon refuses, insisting that the Night King and his wight army present a threat to all of humanity.
Receiving word of Highgarden's fall, Daenerys leads Drogon and the Dothraki to battle the Lannister caravan. Despite Drogon being injured in battle, Daenerys is victorious.
The remaining forces submit to her, but a resistant Randyll and Dickon Tarly choose death rather than submitting.
Daenerys executes them by dragonfire. Jon and a cured Jorah lead an expedition beyond the Wall to capture a wight, which they will use to convince the self-declared Queen of Westeros, Cersei Lannister , that the threat is real.
They end up surrounded by wights. Daenerys and her dragons come to their rescue, but the Night King kills Viserion with an ice spear, devastating Daenerys.
Daenerys vows to Jon that she will help fight the Night King, and Jon pledges allegiance to her as his queen. The pair and their retainers bring a wight to King's Landing to convince Cersei of the threat beyond the Wall.
Cersei ultimately agrees to a truce and to aid in the fight against the undead army but secretly plots to betray them. Falling in love, Jon and Daenerys finally succumb to their growing feelings for each other and have sex.
Neither of them is aware they are related by blood or that the Night King has revived Viserion as a wight. Daenerys is unaware of this; should she attack with her dragons, the entire city would be destroyed.
The destruction of King's Landing could be what prompts Dany to travel north. Wracked by guilt, the Mother of Dragons could then take her children beyond the Wall for a final fight against the White Walkers.
Despite her efforts, Dany's relationship with the Starks remained frosty in season 8. Sansa plotted against her to crown Jon as King and become Queen in the North.
Her schemes contributed to Daenerys' downfall, whilst Arya made it clear that she didn't trust the Targaryen queen. Dany shares significant similarities with both Stark sisters in the books.
The war for the dawn may unite them and bring an end to the generational conflict between their families. The death of the Dragon Queen was a controversial moment in the series finale.
The books position the Others as the final threat that the characters must face, with Dany's dragons and Targaryen fire an answering force to the icy zombies in the north.
And when have you ever seen a woman play a dictator? But as-is, she goes from doe-eyed, benevolent queen in the Season 8 premiere to, essentially, the Mad Queen just five episodes later.
In some ways, Jon did the same thing to [his Wildling lover] Ygritte by training the boy who kills her. This destroys Jon to do this.