Scientific research has claimed that the Dragon Queen (played by Emilia Clarke) is one of the favourites to be bumped off Game of Thrones soon, just as she seems poised to rule the Seven Kingdoms.
According to Cnet, PHD candidate Milan Janosov has created a social network for Westeros by calculating the strength of allies and how often characters appear in scenes together.
Using a machine learning algorithm, Janosov worked out which of Westeros’ heroes and villains had the strongest ties and whether or not they have already died. Those connections can in turn predict who is likely to die in the not too distant future.
Sadly for the Khaleesi, of the remaining 30 characters still standing, she’s got a 91 per cent chance of being slaughtered in some imaginably gruesome death, eclipsed only by the number one casualty, Tyne Sand of Dorne at 95 per cent.
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What’s more, Daenerys’ commander Greyworm is the third most likely to meet his grisly end soon, alluding that they could both be killed together.
Surprisingly, Cersei Lannister (Lena Heady) can relax on her Iron Throne, at least of the foreseeable future, while Jon Snow (Kit Harington) also appears to be safe as the King of the North.
Although, the Daenerys and Jon Snow meeting is still yet to take place and was seemingly confirmed during this weekend’s San Diego Comic-con as the Game of Thrones cast unveiled an exclusive new trailer.
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The one-minute clip shows the Bastard of Winterfell urging the North to cooperate with Daenerys so that they can defeat the White Walkers.
Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) also makes an appearance as Littlefinger (Aiden Gillan) continues to try to manipulate her.
But perhaps the most important moment of the latest footage sees the return of Melisandre (Carice Van Houten), who’s back to give Daenerys some advice.
Game of Thrones season seven episode two will air tonight in the US and will be simulcast in the UK at 2am on Sky Atlantic. Catch up on seasons one to seven on NOW TV.