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So, the Game of Thrones has ended... but it didn't answer the main questions... Why the dragons who were in captivity, could not free themselves and run away (if they really did in the book)? But why not in the show? Even horses and parrots are sometimes capable of it. Look up the videos about horse escape yourself. And here came Tyrion and just took the bolt off their shackles. Why dragons didn't try to help each other? And most importantly, where have they been shitting all this time? Where are the giant napkins or a litter box? Furthermore, why the dragons didn't wear a saddle all the time? They have a plain bare back without fins. How convenient. Your ass will hurt on a regular horse without a saddle... what to say about the scaly dragons? And in the end, suddenly, a dragon turned from a dumb dog to a creature, capable of complex, logical thought, emotions, grief and mourning.


Colored pencils, ink liner on Moleskine, A4.


Art (c) RavenCorona

Drogon from Game of Thrones (c) Dan Katcher, David Benioff, D. B. Weiss, George R. R. Martin


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