“When the dragons come, your flesh will burn and blister and turn to ash. Your wives will dance in gowns of fire, shrieking as they burn, lewd and naked underneath the flames. And you will see little children weeping, weeping till their eyes do melt and slide like jelly down their faces, till their pink flesh falls black and crackling from their bones. The Stranger comes, he comes, he comes, to scourge us for our sins. Prayers cannot stay his wroth, no more than tears can quench the flame of dragons. Only blood can do that. Your blood, my blood, their blood. There the demons dwell, up there. Fire and blood, blood and fire. This is their city. If you would make it yours, first you must destroy them. If you would cleanse yourselves of sin, first must you bathe in dragon's blood. For only blood can quench the fires of hell.” —Shepherd
“Kill them! Kill them!” — Smallfolk of King's Landing
- ↑ Fire & Blood, The Dying of the Dragons - Rhaenyra Overthrown.