Game of Thrones: Do Dany’s Dragons Get Out of Control?
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Game of Thrones: Do Dany’s Dragons Get Out of Control?

In Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6, we started to get a hint of the damage Daenerys's (Emilia Clarke) constantly growing dragons can cause. Not on the battlefield, but to the everyday lives of Meereen’s citizens. Drogon ravaged a poor goat herder's flock, and we can’t help but feel like this is just a taste of what’s to come. So will the dragons eventually get totally out of control?

Warning! This article contains spoilers from the A Song of Ice and Fire book series, click away now if you don’t want to know!

Like everyone when they’re going through adolescence, Daenerys’s dragons have reached the point in their lives where they no longer listen to their mother. Dany is losing control of the beasts as they grow more wild, and, based on the A Song of Ice and Fire book series, that is bad news for the people of Meereen and the world at large. Killing goats is one thing, but the next item on the menu for the dragons is considerably more upsetting: human children.

That’s right, Dany’s dragons develop a taste for kids (not baby goats, though they like them, too) and Daenerys has no choice but to chain the monsters up. She manages to round up Viserion and Rhaegal, the two smaller, more docile dragons, but the monstrous Drogon eludes her and flies off to parts unknown where he can eat whatever, and whomever, he pleases. Clearly they aren’t babies anymore.

Are you looking forward to seeing Dany's dragons get more dangerous? Sound off in the comments below!

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