"I believe you have a role to play, as does another", the Red Woman tells the Mother of Dragons. "I don't think at the foremost of her consciousness is a value system based on how men appreciate her", actress Gwendoline Christie said.
For those not in the know, The Prince That Was Promised is the prophesied chosen one and ancient champion (also known as Azhor Azhai) who will be reborn to save the world from darkness, who has been fabled for years and who fans of the book series have seen teased in various ways. Answering the same question, Bradley joked that the character he most regretted being killed was Jon Snow, because it led to an entire year of the cast being asked whether Jon was actually dead.
"I was born to rule the Seven Kingdoms, and I will", Daenerys says, kicking off almost a full minute of footage, much of it new or providing new angles to scenes we've already caught glimpses of.
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The Game of Thrones panel at Comic-Con on Friday was full of surprises. The panel, which runs from 1:30 - 2:30 Pacific Time will be moderated by a special, yet-to-be-revealed Westerosian guest. She finds it awkward but, doesn't deny there's some "potential secret enjoyment" in it.
Melisandre, having been exiled from the North by Jon last season for her role in burning Shireen Baratheon alive, is now face to face with Daenerys herself. When the two come together, making good use of the ice and fire of their family names, they create a attractive song in the face of the impending war. "She's woke now guys, she's real woke", Turner said. She said that there's still a pervasive sexism in the way Westeros politics unfold, and that both Jon and Sansa need to start recognizing the strengths that exist within one another. "She's been silently absorbing and adapting", she said, adding that she doesn't see Sansa as being manipulated by Littlefinger anymore: "She's just as good at playing the game as he is at this point".
Gone but not forgotten, Kristian Nairn (Hodor) hosted the Game of Thrones panel with grace and good cheer, and nearly always by throwing the first question to Christie. And though they didn't give too much away, they did provide some interesting insight into where their characters are going next.