Game of Thrones has clearly lost its own thread, and I can't help but feel held captive by the eight years I've already sunk into this series as I begrudgingly plod through its mercifully short final season. And yet, something wonderful happened in the midst of last week's episode—"The Bells"—that I've been unable to shake since. Advertisement No, it wasn't anything to do with David Benioff and D.B Weiss' increasingly incoherent character decisions, or the 20-plus minutes of peasants running from falling rubble. It was a simple question asked by my girlfriend who, despite dropping off Game of Thrones somewhere in season four, is nice enough to suffer through its last hurrah with me. In the middle of Daenerys' basically unmotivated decision to flame-broil the entirety of a surrendered King's Landing while her own troops were still inside the city, she looked up from work emails, turned to me and asked something to the effect of: "So do the dragons just never run out of fire, or what?" Dear reader, I had no answer. And so I turned to experts. As you might imagine, A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin did not respond to this query… Read full this story
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