Game of Thrones season 7: There could be a white walker Dragon

Warning: Contains potential spoilers for season 7 of Game Of Thrones
Game Of Thrones fans certainly love their theories, and this one about a possible White Walker dragon sounds juicy.

Fans have speculated about the season 7 finale and suggested that the climax might be Daenerys and her dragons versus the Night King and his dragons.

Author George RR Martin has written about ice dragons before in his 1980 book called, funnily enough, The Ice Dragon. However the author hasn’t confirmed that this book ties in to the world of A Song Of Ice And Fire.

But looking into the World Of Ice And Fire series by Martin, there are a couple of ways that the Night King could drum up his own dragon.

Meanwhile the World Of Ice And Fire books describe the ice dragons as ‘made of living with ice, with eyes of pale blue crystal’, and that description sound a lot like the White Walkers. So there is the possibility that the Night King already has his own fire-breathing (ice-breathing?) beast.

It has been previously speculated by fans that Bran is going to do his warg thing and become one of Daenerys’s dragons should they die in battle.

There’s the idea that Viserion might be the dragon to bite the dust, because his namesake Viserys is dead, as are all the other namesakes. Rhaegal is the namesake for Daenerys’s brother Rhaegar, and Drogon for Dany’s long-dead sun and stars Khal Drogo.

The theory harks back to when Three Eyed-Raven Bran travels back in time and wargs himself into the man who later becomes the Night King, aiming to prevent the Children of the Forest from ever creating those pesky White Walkers.

But that didn’t go exactly to plan and the Children of the Forest ignored Bran’s warnings and stabbed the man while Bran was still in his body, causing him to become the Night King.

If Bran wargs into a dead dragon there is a chance that it could come under the Night King’s control, and he gets his own fearsome beast that way.

Game Of Thrones continues Monday at 9pm on Sky Atlantic.

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