What happened when Greyworm arrived on the Island of Naath? Well, we’ll probably never know because Missandei died and HBO isn’t about to send cameras to the island just yet. The love between Greyworm and Missandei is just one of the stories in Game of Thrones that everyone agrees deserves a Spin-off. It wasn’t the only story the show didn’t explore conclusively though. From the arrival of the first men to the fate of Jon Snow, here is a look at stories in Game of Thrones that everyone hopes to see on the screens someday.
While Game of Thrones was an interesting piece of George R R Martin’s story, the most interesting character in the entire series of books is Aegon Targaryen. Aegon is the person that created the highly coveted Iron Throne on Aegon Fort using swords of his vanquished enemies. The interesting part is that he wasn’t even a king before coming to Westeros. He married his two sisters according to Valyrian tradition then united the seven kingdoms under one crown ending thousands of years of squabbling. The question is, what was Westeros like before Aegon Landed and just how powerful was Balerion the Black Dread?
Robert Baratheon was the first person that wasn’t a Targaryen to rule the Seven Kingdoms, although there were rumours of infidelity leading to the birth of some of the past kings. His rise to the throne started when his betrothed Lyanna Stark was taken by Prince Rhaegar. Lyanna obviously didn’t love Robert.
It is hard to believe that poor Robert managed to unite the Stormlands, The Riverlands and all of the North behind his rebellion though. In fact, considering the fat and arrogant image of Robert in Game of Thrones, it is hard to imagine him beating the alleged handsome and athletic Rhaegar in single combat. Who wouldn’t want to watch the Battle of The Trident on TV anyways?
Ser Duncan The Tall
The story of Ser Duncan the Tall started in the streets of Flea Bottom where he had to survive by stealing and doing anything, he could to stay alive. Then he met Ser Arlan of Penetree who trained him to become the greatest warrior known to the seven kingdoms. The knight is believed to be the father to Brienne and Tarth and even Hodor. The great prince Aegon is known as Egg also worked for him as a squire before becoming the greatest king Westeros ever knew. It would be great to attach an image to these great characters.
The Dance Of The Dragons
HBO is expected to release House of Dragon later in 2022, a show that is expected to picture a certain period of Westeros under the Targaryen Dynasty. It is impossible to summarize three centuries of rule into a single series though and the most interesting one is The Dance of Dragons which will probably not be covered in the show. The events between 129 and 131 AC when Rhaenerys and Aegon II fought for the throne led to the death of all the dragons and most of the members of House Targaryen. It would probably be the bloodiest spin-off of the whole series.
Arya’s Trip To The Unknown World
Arya Stark was the best of the Starks as she did everything her family couldn’t do when she killed the Night King and ended the feared long night. That wasn’t the end of Arya’s story though. Arya refused to marry Gendry Baratheon because being a lady wasn’t her mission in life. She chose instead to go west, beyond where the maps of the continent of Westeros ended. Having learned to fight under Syrio Forel and learned to kill under Jaqen H’ghar, Arya was probably the most dangerous woman in the world. It would be nice to follow her into the new world and see how she survives away from Winterfell.
The Faceless Men
The Hall of Black and White was the most feared place in Braavos. However, it was also the most interesting place in the city. It had this wall covered in faces of people that had died and another wall covered in carvings of gods believed to be the many faces of the Many-Faced God also called The God of Death. The faceless men are also believed to be the greatest assassins ever although their mission was never made clear. A spin-off explaining how Jaqen and his friends did their trick would be a welcome addition to George Martin’s stories.
The Doom Of Valyria
The city of Valyria was the greatest one ever created by men. George R R Martin explained the majestic city in detail which proves it was way better than Aegon’s King’s Landing. However, 12 years before its destruction, the Targaryens left the city to settle on the desolate island of Dragonstone in Westeros. Then came the doom that buried the city of 1000 years, a marvel no one could recreate. Maybe, the screens could bring up the interesting tale of the Valyrians.
Jon Snow Beyond The Wall
Jon Snow kept his oath as the sword that protects the realms of men when he killed Daenerys. Bran then sentenced the poor Aegon to the wall to live like his mentor Aemon Targaryen. Jon Snow had more than kept his oath though, and since the Night King was dead, The Night’s Watch didn’t have much of a purpose anymore. At the end of the show, Jon Snow and Tormund Giantsbane led the Wildlings North of the wall in what looked like a permanent migration. So, what exactly was beyond the wall and does Jon get another Ygrite over there?
The North was an independent kingdom from the rest of Westeros for thousands of years until Aegon conquered Westeros. All the Northern houses owed their survival to house Stark which not only led the construction of the wall, they also saved everyone by surrendering to Aegon Targaryen.
Game of Thrones only started with a mature Eddard Stark as the lord of Winterfell. Lord Stark had lots of interesting tales that made House Stark so important to Winterfell. A look at the life of House Stark and all of Winterfell on the screen would make the spin-off of the century.
Greyworm swore to fight for Daenerys Targaryen until all her enemies were defeated before deciding his own fate. The problem is that Daenerys died before these enemies were vanquished. When Missandei and Daenerys died, the leader of the Unsullied was left confused with no friends in Westeros and no queen to follow. He decided to sail for the island of Naath, Missandei’s childhood home with all of his army. So, what happens to all those former slaves?