Game of Thrones has made the impossible come to life in all its six seasons. Clearly, there’s nothing the show can’t do and, according to Game of Thrones Season 6 spoilers, that includes bending the boundaries of seafaring.
Although the upcoming ninth episode of Game of Thrones Season 6 is conveniently titled The Battle of the Bastards, it seems that Ramsay Bolton and Jon Snow’s epic clash is not the only pivotal event that’s about to happen. Something big and exciting is coming towards Theon and Yara’s way and their Uncle Euron will most certainly not be happy about it.
A magazine based in the United Kingdom called TV & Satellite Weekly inconspicuously squeezes in what might be legitimate Game of Thrones Season 6 spoilers about this Sunday’s episode. According to Mashable, the magazine claims that siblings Yara and Theon Greyjoy arrive in Meereen, where the “Ironborn warrior finds an admirer in Daenerys.”
If the information is true, this means that the Greyjoys were able to travel from the Northern part of Westeros to Meereen in a span of four episodes, which is quite fast considering the distance between both points on the map.
It also includes a short excerpt from an interview with Emilia Clarke, in which the actress says, “That’s the beauty of the show. As women, we accept our femininity and take strength from it.”
Perhaps the “Ironborn warrior” who “finds an admirer in Daenerys” is actually Yara, not Theon. Considering Yara’s sexuality, could a flirtatious relationship also develop between her and the Mother of Dragons? It’s also worthy of note that as of now, Daenerys needs a thousand of ship in order for her and her Dothraki army to sail to Westeros and claim the throne.
Given the current pace of Game of Thrones Season 6, this development in Yara and Theon’s and Daenerys’ journeys seem plausible. Nevertheless, it is safe to take Game of Thrones Season 6 spoilers with a grain of salt.
Meanwhile, Bastard Bowl is in full swing and ready to heat up Sunday’s television viewing on HBO. According to Entertainment Weekly, the episode is directed by Miguel Sapochnik, the same man behind Season 5’s Hardhome episode. With that said, fans can expect an epic battle scene.
Game of Thrones Season 6 airs this Sunday on HBO.