Daenerys Targaryen finally got a city by conquering “Yunkai.” Will she call this city home and stay, or will she march ahead to her rightful throne in “Westeros?” Here is what readers can expect to see in “Game of Thrones” Season 4.
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Emilia Clarke as “Daenerys Targaryen"
"Yunkai" has fallen but "Daenerys" will not be staying here for long. She has her eyes on the city called "Meereen." The siege of the city poses the biggest military challenge she has faced so far.
Daenerys discovers that there is a spy in her camp, one of her trusted subordinates may have to leave her service. Can she afford to lose a trusted aide who has been following her for so long? Will she have the heart to ask him to leave?
The mother of dragons will not move forward from this point on. She will stay in the city to master the skills of ruling a kingdom. She encounters her fair share of opposition to the social order she imposed by freeing the slaves.
Her dragons have grown and need to feed constantly. But will they be happy with just the burnt meat of cattle, while there are so many people in the city. What will Daenerys do if a dragon were to eat one of the people?
"Yunkai" will not be free for long too. The problems of Daenerys are only compounded with a possible siege that she may soon have to face. How will she handle a city under siege? A city which is not entirely under her control!
Viewers will have to brace for two big deaths coming up. If the producers include the deaths of two big characters in the same season, will the viewers be able to handle it? The fate of "Tyrion Lannister" also known as "The imp" hangs in the balance as he is linked to both the murders.
The North is in ruins, the "House Tyrell" is getting ambitious and the rich Lannisters are in trouble. Is this what "Littlefinger" wants? Amid all the chaos there is evil rising beyond the wall.
Will all of "Westeros" be at the brink of disaster, before the return of Daenerys? She is not expected to make a return to the seven kingdoms in season 4, but viewers can get to see all the chaos the lands will go through. The premiere of the show is expected to be in March 2014.
Meanwhile, fans can see Emilia Clarke on Sept. 22, as she is nominated for an Emmy award for her role as "Daenerys Targaryen." Click here to read about the nomination and why fans want to see her win the award.
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