Is Jon Snow fireproof

Why isn't this Targaryen immune to fire? [Duplicate]

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Targaryens are not immune to fire. What happened to Daenerys at the stake was a one-time event (or rather, twice - remember episode 4 of season six), according to the writer, who discussed it at fan events. So Daenerys herself isn't immune to fire either (and the thing about the eggs where she wasn't burned is NOT in the books). Many Targaryens were killed because of fire or extreme heat: Viserys, Aerion Brightflame, who drank wildfire, Aegon V and his son Prince Duncan, who died in a fire at Summerhall, and Rhaenyra Targaryen, who was fed her brother's dragon. So it's not that Viserys should be fireproof, but that NO Targ is inherently fireproof.


However, this question seems to be related to the show where Daenerys is immune to fire. Maybe you could give a show answer?


Well, there isn't a lot of canon on the show regarding this. Even so, I'll dig around a bit to see if I can find more information.

Meni Rosenfeld

You forgot to mention the case of Daenerys bathing in hot water and not bothering at all (episode 1 of the show I believe) - which of course heralded the later survival of the pyre. So it's safe to say that these weren't accidents - at least on the show, Daenerys is actually immune to at least pyres. However, it doesn't show that she's immune to wildfire and dragonfire, which are believed to be hotter.

Meni Rosenfeld

Not to mention, her confidence in the targeted orchestration of the burning events shows that she has a fairly high level of confidence in her fire immunity, suggesting that she had similar occurrences and possibly experiments that don't show up on screen.