Be as it may, the finale was a real tear-jerker — Drogon trying to wake up his dead mother and then burning the Iron Throne, stole the show
The finale of Game Of Thrones, just like every episode this season, left more fans disappointed. Though the petition for re-doing the finale season with better writers has received over a whooping million signatures, that’s probably not going to happen. Just like in real life, sometimes there’s no point to the tragedy we endure. While most fans are whining about diligently following the series for eight years without being rewarded with an ending that they were anticipating, others claim that the show stayed true to delivering plot twists and proving audience predictions incorrect.
Be as it may, the finale was a real tear-jerker — Drogon trying to wake up his dead mother and then burning the Iron Throne, stole the show.
Online fans are talking about how he recognised that the pokey throne brought the downfall of Danaerys and decided to melt it down, and they can’t wait for his Ted Talk on how power leads to corruption and the need for socialism.
The fierce and fearless Arya Stark, now that the world seems safe, is off sailing towards new adventures. Fans are eagerly awaiting a spin-off featuring Arya, the explorer. Jon is off to the Night’s Watch, where he is reunited with the ‘goodest boy in Westroes’ Ghost, and Sansa is the Queen in the North. Without really doing anything much throughout the series, Bran is the new king — facepalm.
But what’s done is done, and as a Twitter user puts is, “Cheers Game of Thrones for an incredible 7 seasons and one sucker punch.”