People think Jon might kill Daenerys in tomorrow night’s ‘Game of Thrones’ and here’s all the evidence

People think Jon might kill Daenerys in tomorrow night’s ‘Game of Thrones’ and here’s all the evidence

The last episode of HBO's Game of Thrones truly was gripping, with plenty of character development, plotting, backstabbing, and even a few signature deaths thrown into the mix.

Now, as the show approaches its end, all bets are off when it comes to who will survive the war for the Iron Throne. Sadly, it seems as though the great alliance between Jon and Daenerys might now be in jeopardy, and many people now believe that  Jon might be forced to contest his claim to the Seven Kingdoms and kill Daenerys. If you don't believe us, then scroll down to take a lot at some of the possible foreshadowings that the showrunners have planted over the course of the last eight seasons.

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1. Dany might have had a vision about Jon

Back in season two, when Dany went to save her dragons from the House of the Undying, she was met with a number of mysterious visions. One featured the Iron Throne, which destroyed and covered in what looks like snow. At first, this seemed to indicate the Night King’s conquest. But with the White Walkers now defeated, it might indicate that Jon Snow now stands between Dany and the throne.

2. The vision suggests dragons destroy King's Landing

Another interesting detail from Dany’s vision showed that the ceiling was destroyed, and it seems like a flying, fire-breathing lizard would be the only thing that could do that much damage to the roof of the Red Keep. This seems to indicate that Dany will, in fact, break bad in the next episode, and unleash dragonfire upon the city, forcing Jon to intervene.

3. The Return of Khal Drogo?

At one point during Dany's vision, she came face-to-face with her dead husband Khal Drogo, who was holding their unborn son. Although she chose not to stay with Khal in the afterlife, the vision might actually foreshadow her death at the end of this season.

4. The prophecy of Azor Ahai 

The prophecy of Azor Ahai states that the messiah of Westeros, the Prince That Was Promised, needs to kill the woman he loves in order to save the world, Jon feels like the perfect candidate. It could well be that he needs to kill Dany, who he loves, to usher in the golden age of Westeros.

However, on the other side of the fence, there are plenty of fans out there who are convinced that Jon Snow is actually going to kick the bucket in the next episode. Man, I am so excited right now!