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Game of Thrones season 7: Can a dragon be killed?

The fourth scene of Game of Thrones The Spoils of War has been considered as a standout amongst other ever and the reason is the fight arrangement in most recent fifteen minutes or so when the Dothraki and the biggest of Daenerys Targaryen's mythical beasts Drogon plummeted on the unconscious Lannister and Tarly warriors. It would have gone for an old fight between the Roman troopers (Lannisters) and Mongol crowds (Dothraki) with the exception of Drogo. The fire-heaving reptile at long last found the opportunity to substantiate himself in a full-scale fight and rained passing and annihilation on aggressors who might have been pardoned if in their diminishing breath they were believing that the world was finishing. It is reasonable for accept that exposing a couple of conceivable remainders, the whole Lannister drive has been obliterated. 

Lannisters, be that as it may, had a trap up their sleeve for this very outcome. It didn't work, however there is a purpose behind expectation. Under Cersei's favors, the disfavored maester Qyburn had assembled a ballistae sort of weapon that shoots crossbow darts as large as a lance. It is a weapon antiquated Greeks and Romans would have perceived. One of the monster bolts that Bronn shot utilizing the weapon appeared to wound and amaze Drogon, all things considered, yet not gravely enough to execute him. 

Qyburn in his exhibit in the second scene of this season had made Cersei fire the ballistae against Balerion the Black Dread's skull in which it stuck somewhere inside. Balerion was an incredible winged serpent and greatest of the Targaryen monsters (so enormous that whole towns are said to have fallen under his shadow) when they fled the Doom of Valyria and arrived on Dragonstone. Aegon the Conqueror enslaved the entire landmass of Westeros with him and it were his flares that manufactured the Iron Throne. Be that as it may, he is long dead at this point. 

Things being what they are, would dragons be able to bite the dust in the realm of Game of Thrones? As per the legend, by which I mean A Song of Ice and Fire arrangement of books composed by George RR Martin, the single word answer is yes. All things considered, before Dany's mythical serpents incubated, every one of the monsters, at any rate on Westeros, were dead over hundred years prior. Be that as it may, on the grounds that something is conceivable doesn't mean it will happen. Slaughtering a mythical serpent as a rule needs different monsters. By different means, it is practically incomprehensible. 

In The Princess and the Queen, a short story by George RR Martin distributed in an accumulation titled Dangerous Women altered by Martin himself and Gardner Dozois, there are wonderfully ruinous winged serpent fights including rival Targaryen ladies competing for the royal position. A few winged serpents (and dragonriders) pass on before the war is finished. Along these lines, what the Lannisters should do is control Rhaegal and Viserion – Dany's other two mythical serpents – and turn them on Drogon. Obviously, that is doubtful for it is not simply a question of simply controlling them, they would likewise should be carried from Dragonstone. 

Shouldn't something be said about winged serpents biting the dust of seniority? Balerion was conceived in the antiquated Valyrian Freehold and was at that point many years old before he was conveyed to Westeros. He lived for an additional 94 years after the victory of Westeros. In this way, all the Lannisters ought to do is wait for a large portion of a centuries in the Red Keep. All things considered, unfortunate turn of events. 

What else? The ballistae Bronn utilized against Drogon may work particularly when worked by a specialist marksman like Bronn however it would require bunches of fixation which is hard when individuals around you are being swung to fiery debris altogether. One of Aegon the Conqueror's sister-spouses had a female mythical serpent called Meraxes. It was littler than Balerion yet at the same time sufficiently vast to gulp down stallions. He was murdered by a Dornishemen by a Scorpion, a similar weapon Qyburn fabricated and which filled in as big guns in European armed forces before firearms were imagined. The said Dornishman focused on one of animal's eyes and it went straight through the skull. The eyes of any animal, not simply mythical serpents, are greatly helpless and that is the place the ballistae ought to be focused on. Regardless of the possibility that it doesn't slaughter the objective, a half-daze mythical beast would be considerably less powerful. 

Things being what they are, what do you think? Will we have a Bard the Bowman in Westeros who shoots down a firedrake? One thing is certain to happen. When the show is done, we will witness the demise of no less than one mythical serpent. On the off chance that there is one thing we have learned in Game of Thrones it is that no one is saved – review the passings of incalculable essential characters and even legendary direwolves – and that incorporates these fire-breathing goliath reptiles. My expectation is the Night King would play a part in it.

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