Everyone in Westeros except for Jon Snow is a faceless man.
I don’t think its literal I think it’s figuratively. As a reflection between Cersei and Dany in order to make them more similar since they both work with similar people
He's obviously a clone.
Maybe a double, or some kind of astral projection via blood magic to be in two places at once? Just thinking out loud...
Forsaken chapter kill this theory
I think Cercei Lannister is secretly Samwell Tarly.
The dusky woman is really Tywin Lannister
6:35 "either the writiers of the show are fucking with us"...
No that is Brandon Stark
NOPE! NOT EVEN!
No, Daario is Daario and Euron are Euron
Dumb and Dumber were given notes on major events in the series. They just drove the show into the groundWith that in mind, the whole “Dany losing a dragon” may happen differently.Instead of being killed by the Night King and ressurreted, Viseryon will be taken over by the Horn.
Has anyone proposed the theory that the reason Caragorn died blowing the Dragon Binder Horn was because he blew it when there were no dragons in range?
7:209 sons were born from the loins of Quellon Greyjoy and Euron was not the second oldest
I mean the TV show just hand waves travel times in the later seasons so the distance between Meereen and the Iron Islands wouldn't have been a problem there :P
I've seen all 8 seasons of the show and I'm currently reading book 2, A Clash of Kings. In the show Daario loves Dany while for her he's just there for sex. She even says to Tyrion that when she said goodbye to him, she felt nothing. In the books, according to this video and the quotes you used, she's head over heels in love with Daario. Why? She doesn't trust him, thinks he will betray her and believes that he doesn't even really love her. Why is book Dany so desperate?
@chitownboyz True, true. Still, I just thought she'd be smarter. But then (I'm on the third book now) she seems so lonely. Less cold than her TV counterpart
She a young girl in the book. Somewhere between 14-15 falling for older men.
Well it didn't happen but was still interesting maybe in the books it can still happen
Daario is Daario, Euron is Euron. Fuck off with this shit
He's niggaBut in a weird nigga way
"They look similar aside from all the things that make them look really different." Seriously, handsome with a beard is the most generic description there is. And it's not like blue eyes are all that out there either.
6:32 4 years later we for sure know the show runners are idiots who for sure dwelled in several forums to get info. Maybe they just crossed a post saying "WTF! 93 ships!" And they put it in the show. We all can bet our right balls that they never read the books before or during the show was made.
Answer - NoReason - Because Season 8 writing doesn't comprehend deep thought
I know this is an old theory and video but a plot twist like this would actually renew my interest in the series after that awful show finale. I think there's a lot to the "warging" phenomenon that is left to be explored. Maybe Euron is switching between the two bodies or influencing Daario in some way to do his bidding. I know it's a stretch but it sure beats how Euron and Daario were treated on the show.
Oh my goodness, this theory may actually be legit.
Nah this one is a stretch, it's not entirely impossible but I don't find it plausible.
You were expecting Daario... *BUT IT WAS ME! EURON!!*
is that a motherfucking Jojo reference?
I doubt it. Euron is probably not in the reach... but i dont see how he could be two people on opposite sides of the world.
Well... Turns out Daario wasn't in S8. D&D are the worst writers (along with the other writers) and stupid (they turned down a ten episode S8, and three extra seasons I heard).
go home, youre drunk
Could be just bad repetitive writing by the author....
Which writing is bad repetetive?
New Theory! CERSEI IS ROBERT BARATHEON? Craziest fan theory yet!!
well she kinda was in the last season think about it all she did in the last season was to drink wine
From the first few lines in this video Daario sounds like a character thats instrumental in the build-up to Dany's madness. However, the tv show never really depicted Daario as ''a monster''. Another thing the tv show did wrong.
Considering in the show Daenarys just left Daario in Mereen and never cut back to him again, I fully believe this theory.
Daario: fucks the queen.Euron: fucks the queen.Makes sense to me.
perhaps Daario just wants Dany for the same reason Euron Does. MFKING DRAGONS!
With the theory that Euron and the Faceless Men working together, maybe Euron paid the Faceless Men for Balon’s murder and for someone to infiltrate Dany’s inner circle and report back to him? With dragon eggs being priceless, you would get more than one murder surely?
Tim Curry from 1996 would have been the best actor to portray Euron Greyjoy, both in terms of voice and physical appearance. Give him an eye patch, blue his lips, and put him in the appropriate costume and you'd have Euron to a tee. Too bad age has not been good to Tim Curry, coupled with him having suffered a stroke in 2012.
Maybe Euron went around the world, like west of Westeros, and maybe there's a faster way there, idk
i clicked on this and it seems so crazry i havent watched yet so lets see if i beleive it by the end
Daario saw the series finale. He's on his way to kill Bran, Jon, and D&D.
"SEVEN HELLS! THIS STORY IS FUCKING GREAT!" - in my best King Robert impression
"This is not a coincidence, right? Either the writers of the show are fucking with us..." - Welcome to the harshness of 2019. They can't even think of original numbers. This is known.
Almost all the problems in this theory are solved if Euron is working with the faceless men. Euron has admitted he is responsible for the death of Balon but not by his own hand, and the man described throwing Balon from the bridge is a "man with no face". Euron also once said he threw a dragon egg into the sea, but if Euron is seriously interested in using dragons to takeover Westeros or even moderately values powerful, magical objects, he would never do such a thing and is most likely lying to cover up the fact he used the egg to pay off the faceless men for Balon's assassination.If Euron is intent on stealing Dany's dragons, he doesn't need the egg that he uses to pay the faceless men with to complete his plans, which might be why he would offer it so willingly. In turn, the Faceless men are ancestral survivors of the "Doom of Valyria" and are even implied to be the cause of it, and seem to have their own plot that may involve going against Dany and her dragons by possibly enacting the same kind of magic or ritual used to destroy Valyria in the first place when the faceless men originally revolted against the Targaryens.In the upcoming book, its now confirmed Euron uses and experiments with blood magic, as he's seen preparing for a great sacrifice to summon some great terror to Westeros, so its very, very likely he uses blood magic to increase his sailing abilities to extraordinary, supernatural levels, making his quick voyage between the two places possible.If Euron and the Faceless men are both working together, its enitrely possible Faceless men are filling in for Euron both as himself and as darius between the gaps of his absence in either place. While Euron goes off to try and seduce Dany in mereen, a Faceless man may be wearing Euron's face back home as he organizes or possibly participates in raids on the reach. It might even be possible that the blood ritual Euron is seen preparing for in the upcoming book is directly connected to the Faceless men's plot, whom I remind you, are worshipers of death.