Now she's the Mad Queen, Daenerys has to die in the Game of Thrones finale. Could it be Arya Stark, not Jon Snow, who makes the killing blow?
Marc N. Kleinhenz
Marc N. Kleinhenz is the editor-in-chief of Orlando Informer. He's also written for 31 other sites (including IGN, The Escapist, and Tower of the Hand, where he serves as consulting editor), has appeared on radio and television news as a pop-culture specialist, served as a consultant on the theming industry, and has even taught English in Japan.
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