Well that was so awful I couldn't finish reading it.
you have to assume there are weeks of time not being shown, i guess.
Quote from: the idea of Harambe on August 04, 2017, 04:15:37 AMyou have to assume there are weeks of time not being shown, i guess.Except the big issue of Euron being able to catch up to and find Yara (and presumably the fleet with the Unsullied, since Yara and the Unsullied left at about the same time from the same place and were going pretty much the same route as far as Dorne and it's highly unlikely Euron would know Yara's course or even if her fleet was out there given the decisions to send her out were made at Dragonstone which one can assume there was little if any communication with Kings Landing) destroy Yara's fleet, return to King's Landing, present the Dorne women, then head back out and arrive less than a day after the Unsullied at Casterly Rock. Note also, Euron was able to sneak up on the Unsullied's fleet at anchor at Casterly Rock, despite the fact by the time Euron arrived, the Unsullied had command of Casterly Rock and because of the height, could see way out to sea. It's like the producers are getting desperate to make sure this is really just a medieval soap opera where whatever the plot needs to happen in order to get even more twisted, happens.
Plus, Fuck everything, but Dragons are invulnerable and can not be killed. That's just a myth. An xian myth. Their scale are made of impretramolidyium. They can not, by definition, be penetratred. Plus, dragons are immortal. they can not be killed or even injured by any means. The writers and the author erred here. Likely to be consumed in the belly of a dragon.
Plus, Fuck everything, but Dragons are invulnerable and can not be killed.
I've read the leaked season synopsis