‘Game Of Thrones’ Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen Disappoint Fans

‘Game Of Thrones’ Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen Disappoint Fans
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Daenerys Targaryen, Drogon, and the rest of “Game of Thrones” dragons were booed in Philadelphia. Were Dany’s dragons that bad?


Last Wednesday night, HBO went on their way and brought “Game of Thrones” to Dilworth Park, Philadelphia where hundreds of GOT fans swarmed the event, reported Philly.  The production may have not pleased the crowd as evidenced by their screams of “boo.” Apparently, the crowd was not pleased at all that HBO has only graced them with less than what was expected, especially when “Game of Thrones” season 6 is coming up.

Luckily, boos were not for the upcoming series. The event was lodged by HBO as a promotional event for the upcoming series through a DVD promotion for “Dance of Dragons.” Projections were lodged at 13th and Market and another at the Masonic Temple. The crowd booed when the dragons were showcased. Unfortunately, it was reported that the fans did not expect that Drogon and the rest of Danny’s babies looked inferior to what they were expecting to see.

As reported by Vanity Fair, the Philly crowd was quite hard to please. One woman was even heard saying, “Remember the story of the robot that made its way to Philly…?”

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Fans were obviously pissed at the said event. The bigger deal of course is if they become disappointed with the series as well.  It seems that excitement for the show is intensifying, so the network should work hard not to disappoint them. Blood, gore, controveries, and scandals, “Game of Thrones” Season 6 better bring them on.

Unfortunately, only one preview has been shown for all the fans to date. According to Entertainment Weekly, Jon Snow is officially dead. The script for “Game of Thrones” Season 5 confirmed this. The last paragraph reads, “The brothers retreat, leaving Jon to die alone on the ground bleeding out. The light goes out of his open eyes as we fade on season 5.”

There you have it, a fan favorite is dead. Will this be one reason why the show will get boos again?


  • robbieknight

    “…too little THAN what was expected”? Some very strange grammar in this article.

    “They sure were not pleased at all,” “May have not pleased the crowd as evidenced by their screams of ‘boo.'” This whole thing just reads really weird. The end of language is neigh. I fear that more than the White Walkers…

  • Julia Oceania

    If they leave Jon’s character dead the series will be. At least I won’t be watching anymore. I will just stick with the books.