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The penultimate episode of "Game of Thrones" season 5 is entitled "The Dance of Dragons," and based on the promo video as well as photos released by HBO, the focus is going to be on Daenerys.

The fighting pit of Meereen is going to play a big part in the episode as it will see Daenerys dragon, Drogon, going on a rampage. Speculations are also rife that Jorah could meet his end in the upcoming episode.

Meanwhile, another character whose fate is uncertain is Stannis' daughter Shireen. According to Vanity Fair, Shireen has a heartwarming moment with Ser Davos, and because "Game of Thrones" tends to kill off characters whenever there is a touching scene, Shireen's life could be at stake.

Also, the previous episode saw Ramsay asking his father permission to launch an attack on Stannis' camp, and chances are Shireen could be hurt in the attack. The official synopsis for this week's episode says "Stannis confronts a troubling decision," and this could be in reference to Stannis' decision to sacrifice her daughter.

A few weeks back Melisandre offered to burn Shireen, and Vanity Fair speculates that "maybe Ramsay's attack is so devastating that Stannis's only shot at victory means burning his own daughter alive."

However, one person whose life is secure at this moment Ramsay, the character essayed by Iwan Rheon. Although a good number of fans have expressed a desire to see the character dead, Rheon recently hinted that he was safe at the moment.

In a recent interview with Wales Online, Rheon spoke about his character's death, saying, "It could happen at any time, that's the nature of the show—no one's really safe. That said, I've just bought a flat in London so I hope that day doesn't come too soon."

However, he agrees that his character deserves to die. "That day is definitely coming, no mistake about it—and I hope that when it does it's epically nasty, and preferably dragon-related. . . . God knows I don't want him to become a White Walker. I'd hate to become a bloody zombie after all this."

"Game of Thrones" airs Sundays on HBO.