Will Jorah Kill Daario On 'Game Of Thrones'? There's No Way Their Partnership Will End Well

I think "there is no escaping men like us" may be the truest words ever spoken in Westeros, especially when it comes to Daenerys Targaryen. The fact that two men who love her, but can't have her in the way that they each want, have teamed up to find the Khaleesi is particularly troubling and sure to end in bloodshed. Will Daario kill Jorah on Game of Thrones? He already threatened him once in the Season 6 premiere. 

There are not enough eyes in my head to roll at the way that the two of them were playing their experiences with Daenerys off of each other. If I'm reading this subtext correctly, I have never seen two more petty and spiteful people in my life. Daario jabbed Jorah about his old age, and then Jorah looked at Daario ominously after inspecting his greyscale rash. I honestly would not be surprised if Jorah took out his "competition" before the season is out. He probably wants to find Dany all by himself too, let's be real. Also, at this point in the books, Daario is imprisoned. So the fact that he's out in the open with a known rival does not help his situation. 

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I'm not sure what killing Daario or keeping him alive would accomplish as far as the story is concerned. He's not really adding or taking anything away at this point. I'd rather see Daario kill Jorah, but I don't think that's likely. How will Jorah do the deed? An ill-advised duel? What if Jorah just touches Daario and gets his greyscale on him — death by handshake, or hug? Since Jorah himself is likely not long for this world, it would be somewhat of a shame to lose both of them. Let's hope that Dany can move on. 

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That said, not to be super cold about this, but Micheal Huisman is also on Orphan Black and has a burgeoning film career at the moment. He isn't the most committed to the show. The role of Daario has already been recast once and I don't think the show could get away with doing it again, so if Huisman goes, I think it's safe to say that the character will exit with him... to Ser Jorah Mormont's unfortunate delight. 

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