Emilia Clark explains her character as Daenerys Targaryen in the last season of Games of Thrones

By Komal Fatima - Web Editor

01st December, 2019

One of the lead characters of the series Games of Thrones Emilia Clark says about her decision of destroying King’s Landings and kill people without any perception in the last season of the series.

Emilia Clark played the role of Daenerys Targaryen in one of the highly-watched series Game of Thrones.

While speaking in a Game of Thrones season 8 behind-the-scenes featurette When Winter falls, she defended her character. “In the actual battle itself, Dany’s impatient to get in there. She’s like, gunning for a fight. She’s ready to take his gun down. She’s a fierce warrior, although you don’t see a lot of hand-to-hand combat with her, she’s ready to fight to the death.”

“Especially at this point, there’s a lot of anger she’s got all of that in her to put into this fight. It’s not just the matter at hand, but I think because of everything at an emotional level that’s gone on, she’s able to go into her cold-blooded side.” She said this for her scene in which her act earned Dany the anger of Jon Snow and caused her demise.

The popular series ended up with a conclusion that created much outrage among its fans throughout the world


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