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Why Daenerys Is the Key to the Next Monumental Battle on Game of Thrones

A clash of epic proportions is coming to Game of Thrones. In Time's June cover story about the upcoming seventh season of the fantasy drama, there are subtle rumblings about a monumental battle that will go down at some point throughout the season's seven episodes, and it sure sounds like it's going to rival the epic season six Battle of the Bastards between Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon).
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