"They are outgrowing the restrictions that she’s placing on them. She’s always feared it. I mean, for goodness sake, they’re dragons. They’ve killed her enemies; what’s going to stop them from killing anyone? I think it’s kind of a symbol of her losing control of herself, and losing control of what she’s doing." — Emilia Clarke on Daenerys Targaryen in the Season 4 Foreshadowing
“No… no.” He shook his head. “I never meant… forgive me. You have to forgive me.”
“Have to?” It was too late. He should have begun by begging forgiveness. She could not pardon him as she’d intended. She had dragged the wineseller behind her horse until there was nothing left of him. Didn’t the man who brought him deserve the same? This is Jorah, my fierce bear, the right arm that never failed me. I would be dead without him, but… “I can’t forgive you,” she said. “I can’t.”
“I protected you. I fought for you. Killed for you.” Kissed me, she thought, betrayed me.