Saturday, May 19, The Thrones of Game Series – Season 8, Episode 6 Will Appear. HBO doesn't pay much attention to what to expect, both the Episode 6 teaser trailer and the photos that reveal almost anything you haven't had to do. But will the main role Daenerys finally appear in the last episode of the exhibition? Read about the opportunity that was in front of our faces in episode 5, but many spectators did not notice
Daener Targaryen went completely to Mad Queen in Thrones Season 8, Episode 5 The Bells. the question of every mind is simple: who might stop the dragon queen in the last episode of the show?
Will Arya kill Dany by performing the last Melisandre's "brown eyes, green eyes, blue eyes" forecast? (Dany should have red eyes based on books, but the actress Emilia Clarke's eyes are really green.) Will John kill Dany for his crimes during the King's landing and assume a legitimate royal role? Or is something more surprising ̵
That's what everyone missed when we mastered Cop in execution, Dany's trivia and Cleganebowl massacre (true hype): Vary and his young spy Martha actively tried to poison Dany until she cut off for a short time.
In the episode opening scene, Varys wrote letters very clearly, explaining Jon Snow's true identity, probably to send Wester's eyes to justify John's arrest. Although he is still doing it later in the episode when Gray Worm comes to him, it is not clear whether he will actually send the hunt – if he did, it happened on the screen. Now, my money is so, but it's not like it is now.
When one of the "small birds" of Mart, Marta gets into the room, they have a short exchange, in which Marta says she "will not eat". (She is Dany), and Varys replies that they will "try again for dinner". Marta thinks that Dany's soldiers are looking at her, and Vary is trying to convince her to remind her that high risk is getting a big reward. At the end of the scene, Varys sends Martha back to the kitchen where she worked.
"The higher the risk, the higher the reward." What is the greater risk than trying to poison the Queen Targaryen?
This is a very diverse movement; The whispering master always scratches and, frankly, his bow this season is unique. His plan was to go directly to John and Tyrion, and if they didn't, would he die? It's not your famous spider. But openly defeating the queen – classical, risky, inappropriate – at a time when she secretly plots her poison from the shadows?
It's not all, though – there is another scene that hints at the poison plot, and maybe even tells us how Dany will go to the finals.
When Varys hears Gray Worm and Unsullied a hike down the hall toward his room, he burns a pattern he wrote and removes his rings. The camera gets very close when it twists, pulls it out and throws it into a blanket on the table.
It may be anything, or it may be: When Olenna Tyrell killed Joffrey in her wedding, she swallowed a poison – properly named "fascination" – from the Sansa necklace, which was given to her in the foolish Dontos, Littlefinger's order and fell fake. crystal into the Joffrey Cup, where it was dissolved and undetectable.
Click to enlarge Vary rings and sharpen all the visible blue crystals. In fact, the ring we've seen seems to have shown copper's loyalty to Queen Targaryen – it seems that this ring is from a jewelery retailer Mey's official partnership with the show. The retailer calls it a "ring of fidelity," and their site says Vary, Tyrion, Jorah and Gray Worm are all worn since the 7th season. It was designed to look like a dragon's spine. By giving up, Vary symbolically symbolizes his symbol of loyalty to Daener
But Vary is still loyal to John, who now knows he is also Targaryen. Although we didn't see the obvious blue poison crystal when Varys removed all his rings, it turned out that the show's focus was on removing them just long enough for it to be important in the finale. Such a skull maid Martha, after all, can still be disappointed, and her master's death in the hands of Dany can encourage her to continue trying to do her final wish: to see the dragon queen dead, no matter what method.
In any case, I look at any Martha's mark in the finals of Tron season 8.
Photo by HBO / Helen Sloan