Drogon's babies may end the upcoming war on 'Game of Thrones', suggests convincing fan theory
Fans think that before Drogon was a solo show, the beast may have had fun times on his own on 'Game of Thrones'
As 'Game of Thrones' makes its way to the series finale, the theories and speculations get wilder and wilder. However, there's one fan theory that's been doing the rounds currently that claims that it is possible that we will be blessed with some dragon babies in the next two episodes. Fans think that before Drogon was a solo show, the beast may have had fun times on his own.
The theory stems from Drogon's very long and mysterious absence at the end of season four that lasted all the way to season 5 on the show. At the time, Drogon had this strange phase where he just flies off without really listening to Dany and she'd get really upset. She didn't quite understand what was going on with him and neither did we. She was so distraught that she had gone on to tell her confidant at the time Daario Naharis that she has "no idea" where Drogon is and that she was really worried.
This was also around the time Drogon became really violent for no apparent reason, burning everything and driving herds of animals away. Fans think that Drogon went to lay eggs during his departure as it is never really explained why he disappeared and that will be the point which will change the war. He was killing the sheep to feed his babies, they think. While this does appear far fetched, there are two reasons why this is plausible.
First, the trailer for episode 5 has a scene where we see dragon slayer Euron Hreyjoy looking at the sky with his eyes wide open — as a dragon screeches in the background. For someone who just shot down a giant dragon with his crossbow, why doesn't he look calmer? There's a possibility that Yara's creepy uncle saw more than what he expected. Then, there's the opening sequence that holds a clue. In the opening credits, before the show's name flashes on the screen surrounded by the symbols of the four houses, a sword blazes on the screen. If you look closely, you will see not three, but four fully grown dragons flying across the sky in an epic battle scene. There's also what looks like a comet blazing across the sky.
Considering that the first battle is already over and didn't involve a fourth flying birdie, it is only plausible that the next one would hold some significance to the sequence. The credits are usually a great hint at what lies ahead, like the time unsuspecting viewers were hit with the tragic Red Wedding.