Game of Thrones is Bigger & Better Because of This

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When you think of Game of Thrones, it's hard to set on just one focus. There are the controversial topics of incest, the glaring murders left and right, the heinous plots, the bloody and epic battles, and even the insane plot that drives each and every one of these.

But let's face it—one of the things that's driving fans to the edge of their seats waiting is the battle that will involve the Mother of Dragons and, of course, her brood. There is a good reason to be excited, though, because director Matt Shakman has shared with Entertainment Weekly just how big they will be this season:

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"The dragons this year are the size of 747s. Drogon is the biggest of the bunch—his flame is 30-feet in diameter!"

Well, that's quite the promise, and one that will really put the field in favor of the outsiders heading into King's Landing. This isn't really a surprise, given how the dragons have started to grow out their wingspan and become these insane creatures that pretty much give firepower by a good threefold compared to its enemies' capabilities.

Game of Thrones is expected to land back on HBO on July 16. Hopefully, we'll have a sneak peek before then—and one with Dragons, yes?

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