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Game Of Thrones Fans Are Convinced That Arya Will Kill Daenerys In This Week’s Episode

Arya Stark became the hero during the Battle of Winterfell when she killed the Night King with a Valyrian steel dagger. Daenerys still has her sight set on finally sitting on the Iron throne by defeating Cercei Lannister, except there is one slight problem. It’s Jon Snow who has the better claim to the throne even though he’s made it clear that he does not want to be the king of the Seven Kingdoms.

Even though it may seem they’d rule better together, Daenerys has a determination (and obsession) to rule it and it’s unlikely she will ever share the throne with anyone.

But now Game of Thrones fans have a new theory. They believe that Arya will kill Daenerys to fulfill Melisandre’s prophecy of killing the following: “Brown eyes, blue eyes, green eyes. Eyes you’ll shut forever.”

Game Of Thrones Fans Are Convinced That Arya Will Kill Daenerys In This Week's Episode
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As a refresher, Arya has already shut blue eyes (the Night King), brown eyes (Walder Frey). Sure, everyone thought that the ‘green eyes’ was a reference to Cersei since it appeared to be the obvious choice but fans are bringing up the fact that DAENERYS also has green eyes.

And it does appear that the show really focused on her eyes in last weeks episode. Take a look at the screenshots from last weeks episode. They are clearly very green and the show appears to make it very clear they are very green:

Game Of Thrones Fans Are Convinced That Arya Will Kill Daenerys In This Week's Episode
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Game Of Thrones Fans Are Convinced That Arya Will Kill Daenerys In This Week's Episode
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Game Of Thrones Fans Are Convinced That Arya Will Kill Daenerys In This Week's Episode
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Game Of Thrones Fans Are Convinced That Arya Will Kill Daenerys In This Week's Episode
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Yep, she definitely has very green eyes.

So who do think it will be? Cersei or Daenerys? Let us know in the comments.

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