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In what ways dragons can kill a person having Blood of the Dragon? [duplicate]

In what ways dragons can kill a person having Blood of the Dragon? Obviously, there is: Also, can dragons kill a person having Blood of the Dragon on their own will or only on demand?
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How did the cookfire get hot enough to melt gold in Game of Thrones? [closed]

In the television series A Game of Thrones, Khal Drogo melts gold in a cookpot over a seemingly ordinary fire, and then pours the melted metal on Viserys' head. How could the cookfire get hot enough ...
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Why did Drogon spare this character?

In the Finale, Drogon saw and seemed to understand what happened. But still he didn’t even Why?
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How did Daenerys avoid injury in Vaes Dothrak?

In s06E04 Daenerys Now I am aware she did this once before but G.R.R.M. went on record and said that: Now the only explanation I have is that TV show is different from books, but this seems a major ...
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Is Jon Snow immune to fire?

We've seen his aunt survive all fire and I even remember she almost enjoyed the scalding bath. Jon was resurrected by the fire god. Is Jon now immune to fire, and just doesn't know it?
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Is it true that the people who live on the world in Game of Thrones are not, strictly speaking, human?

I think many questions can be answered (ignoring that this is fiction) by taking into account that their world is not Earth and therefore, despite appearances, they are not actually human. I don't ...
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How to explain these inconsistencies in the R+L=J theory?

I read this recently, and the third theory for Jon's parents suggest that he's the son of Rhaegar Targarean and Lyanna Stark. It has more credence than the other two theories and I am also partial. ...
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Why do people claim that Rhaegar was the last Dragon?

In the first book (and the first season of the TV Show if I'm not mistaken), it is quite often mentioned that Rhaegar was the last Dragon. Why do people not consider Daenerys (before she proved she ...
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Can fire kill (or harm) a dragon?

We all remember Daenerys's quote right after Viserys's death (Season 1 episode 6: "A Golden Crown", and A Game of Thrones chapter Daenerys V): He was no dragon. Fire cannot kill a dragon. However, ...
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Could Gendry become Lord of House Baratheon?

At the end of Season 6, The Northern Houses... So, with that as precedent, when we look at House Baratheon: Given all that, is it possible for Robert Baratheon's one openly acknowledged bastard to, ...
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Why isn't Daenerys searching for more dragon eggs?

The wiki for A Song of Ice and Fire shows a list of dragon eggs. There is even a 'myth' that Why hasn't Daenerys tasked others to search for more dragon eggs?
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How could Jon be burned? [duplicate]

If Jon Snow indeed was the son of Lyanna and Rhaegar, how did he burn his arm in book one when he tried to save the Lord Commander Mormont from the wight? If he was part fire, how could he have ...
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Does one need to be Targaryen to hatch a dragon's egg?

I've looked, but I haven't found any evidence indicating that one needs to be of the Targaryen name (or even of the Targaryen blood) to hatch a dragon. You need fire and (a sacrifice of) blood, as ...
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Why did Rhaenyra Targaryen think that Bartimos Celtigar couldn't ride a dragon?

House Celtigar is one of the three Valyrian houses that moved to the Western most outpost of the Valyrian Empire (The other two being Velaryons and Targaryens). Out of the three of them only ...