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Warning: This article will contain spoilers for anyone not completely up to date with HBO's Game of Thrones.

Game of Thrones Season 4 is already underway, and the biggest mystery at the moment by some distance is: who killed King Joffrey? Was it Tyrion? Sansa? Little Finger? The Tyrells?

Well, all that might be irrelevant soon. Daenerys Targaryen is on the verge of taking another city. Could she soon be arriving in Westeros with an army of unsullied and three dragons?

And about those dragons: they didn't appear in Sunday's episode and, while they have grown over the past two series, we still don't know how big they will eventually get (although we got a glimpse by seeing a dragon's shadow over King's Landing in Bran's vision).

Well now we do, sort of.

An image of a fully grown dragon was given the blessing of Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin when it was included with an excerpt from his World of Fire and Ice companion book, which tells the story of Daenerys' ancestor Aegon's dragon-led conquest of Westeros.

See the image here:

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As you can see, you could fit most of the suspects of Joffrey's murder in this beast's mouth at once. But what do you think? How soon will Daenerys' dragons be fully grown? Will they continue to obey her at that size? And who killed Joffrey? Write in below with all your thoughts and speculations.

(Source georgerrrmartin)


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