‘Game of Thrones’ Just Killed Some of Its Biggest Characters

May 13 06:14 2019

Game of Thrones season 8 episode 5 is all set to air today across the world. For a show that spent many episodes building towards a dramatic battle or twist this last season certainly speeds through epic battle after epic battle.

In The Bells, Tyrion Lannister repeatedly begged Daenerys Targaryen not to burn down the city just to defeat Cersei Lannister.

However, others have speculated that Jon will be the one to eventually kill Daenerys when she spirals out of control, rather than Cersei or Euron Greyjoy.

We finally get to see Dany’s dragon do some reason damage and kill all of Euron’s fleet along with all the massive crossbow’s created to kill it.

Dany arrived on Drogon and approached from on high with the sun behind her. “Someone must.” As kings came and went, he stayed by their side. Jon is nothing if dutiful and he once again reiterated that Dany was his queen, even though he’s clearly not okay with kissing his aunt, as we’ve been shown a couple of times now.

Lord Varys: The Master of Whisperers and a native of Lys, Lord Varys was the only player of game of thrones who cared about what happened to the common people. But her smugness slowly dissipated when she saw how unstoppable Daenerys’ last and biggest dragon Drogon was. “So at the very time when she needs guidance and those kind of close friendships the most, everyone’s gone”. While it would be considered a massive betrayal, the Mother of Dragons actually sees it as Jon’s fault for spilling the beans to Sansa in the first place. “And as far as she’s concerned by this point, Jon has betrayed her by telling people about his true identity, and also the fact that he’s unable to return her affections at this point”. Without caring for innocent lives, Dany took her Dragon and vanished the Castle. As Weiss puts it, we needed a perspective on “the hell Dany has built”. A lot to sink in from the current episode (RIP Jamie, Cersei, Euron, The Hound, Mountain, my strength to watch the last episode, Varys, Qyburn & Strickland alongside his Golden Army) and a lot to expect from the last one. Meanwhile, The Hound and Arya are heading to King’s Landing as well to take care of “unfinished business”. Wonder how Jon feels about sitting on that Iron Throne now.

The best moments from “The Bells” came courtesy of the Hound and Arya. Jaime knows Tyrion will likely die for what he’s doing.

Speaking to the Edinburgh Evening News at the time of the video’s creation, Simon, from Musselburgh said: “I really enjoy the series, although I haven’t read the books”. They made all possible efforts to save themselves from Dargon’s dastardly act but they could not and crushed under debris of Lannister’s home.

Tune in to HBO on Sunday, May 19 at 9 p.m. ET for the series finale of Game of Thrones.

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‘Game of Thrones’ Just Killed Some of Its Biggest Characters
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