Dany: Thank you for travelling so far my lord. I hope the seas weren’t too rough.
Jon: The winds were kind, your Grace.
Dany: So I assume you’re here to bend the knee.
Jon: I am not.
Dany: Well, that is unfortunate. You’ve travelled all this way to break faith with House Targaryen ?
Jon: Break faith ? Your father burned my grandfather alive. He burned my uncle alive. He would have burned the Seven Kingdoms-
Dany: My father was an evil man. On behalf of House Targaryen, I ask your forgiveness for the crimes he comitted against your family. And I ask you not to judge a daughter for the sins of her father. […] I am the last Targaryen, Jon Snow. Honor the pledge your ancestor made to mine. Bend the knee and I will name you Warden of the North. […]
Jon: You’re right. You’re not guilty of your father’s crimes. And I’m not beholden to my ancestor’s vows. […]
I feel like Anora is such an underrated character. She’s easy to dislike –my Warden was not super fond of her either. But she has all the qualities people love in men, and hate in women. And she’s competent. And competent women are my asthetic.
Your Grace, you are in the presence of Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, the First of Her Name, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, the Unburnt, Queen of Dragon’s Bay, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains and Mother of Dragons.“
But I do love the implications of this for Cullen and a Lavellan Inquisitor.
Cullen: Oh we received a letter from your Queen. Mage Lavellan: My what now. Cullen: Your Queen. You know. Deshanna. Mage Lavellan: Cullen. She’s called a Keeper. Cullen: Oh. Right. My apologies, princess. Mage Lavellan: ….