Emilia Clarke Drops More Clues For Game Of Thrones 6, Says She Learned From Previous Mistakes As Ruler
More than two months after the final episode of “Game of Thrones” season 5, fans are still hooked and unable to move on from how season 5 concluded—a spectrum of possibilities.
Emilia Clarke, 28-year-old English actress, disclosed cues on how her character Daenerys Targaryen would fare in season six. In an interview with Los Angeles Times, Clarke assured her fans her character has learned from mistakes as queen in season 5.
“I think that she’s definitely on the upwards trajectory of truly learning from the mistakes that she’s made as a ruler. It’s not so much a matter of learning from mistakes that have gone before her, but it’s a matter of her trusting herself and being confident in the decisions that she’s about to make,” Clarke said as quoted by LA Times, “and being confident in enough to stand next to those decisions and take full responsibility for them.”
It can be recalled that in season five, Daenerys made the first huge mistake when she decided to kill Mossador, the freed slave played by Reece Noi who murdered a terrorist held by the queen as prisoner.
To get more specifics on what fans shall expect in season 6, LA Times asked on what language she will use more often in season 6. Clarke said it was difficult to re-learn Dothraki, which is not her forte, but she will be speak much of it in season 6.
Daenerys was surrounded by Dothraki – particularly, former men of the queen’s husband. The cast is currently shooting scenes for season six.