Game of Thrones theory: Does Drogon lay dragon eggs? Will there be more dragons?

GAME OF THRONES fans have revisited the series since it started airing on Sky and NOW TV. They have a theory about one of the dragons - have you picked up on it?

PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 20:00, Thu, Feb 6, 2020

The final season of Game of Thrones aired in April last year and was made up of six episodes. It was the eighth series of the show and included a number of pivotal moments. Daenerys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) dies in this series and Drogon, one of her dragons, carries her body away.


In the last episode Daenerys is killed by her lover Jon Snow (Kit Harrington).

After she dies her trusted dragon Drogon destroys the iron throne in a fit of rage.

He then picked up her lifeless body and flies away into the smoke-filled sky.

Fans of the show have a theory about Drogon as it is not known where he ends up.

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Game of Thrones: Does Drogon lay eggsDoes Drogon change sex in Game of Thrones (Image: Sky)

Game of Thrones: Drogon destroys the iron throneDrogon burns down the iron throne (Image: Sky)

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The last surviving dragon was spotted flying east of Kings Landing and some fans think he was headed for Old Valyria, where the Targaryens were born.

Although Drogon is a male dragon there is an ancient myth dragons are able to change their sex.

This means if the dragon is able to reproduce, he may not be the last of his kind.

Fans are suggesting he may be laying eggs to produce more dragons.

Game of Thrones: Drogon sees Daenerys deadDrogon notices his mother's body (Image: Sky)

Game of Thrones: Daenerys and Jon SnowDaenerys before Jon Snow kills her (Image: Sky)

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