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EntertainmentGame of Thrones: Burning questions before the series finale

16:02  17 may  2019
16:02  17 may  2019 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Game of Thrones is finally coming to an end, and there are still questions about the end of this monumental series that need to be answered. The look of horror on his face as Daenerys begins burning King's Landing solidified his disillusionment with her. But what will his next move be?

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LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The penultimate episode of Game of Thrones was a fiery affair.

King's Landing lies in ruins with much of its population decimated, and multiple major characters are among the dead. 'The Bells' had a definite feeling of finality about it.

However, the are still plenty of burning (too soon?) questions going into the series finale, with the Iron Throne still very much up for grabs.

Is there anybody left to rule?

Game of Thrones: Burning questions before the series finale © HBO The moment Dany decides to send King's Landing up in flames.

Episode 3: Death shall rain down upon Westeros.

Episode 5: Hold my beer.

In this week's episode, Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) decided to forget all of that "I'm here to save my people" nonsense, and instead rained fire and death down on the innocent civilians of King's Landing. However, as several of her trusted aids and lovers/nephew previously pointed out, that course of action would appear to have left her with very few subjects left to rule over. It's all very well being Queen Daenerys, but it's quite difficult to bend the knee and kiss the ring when your potentially loyal followers are dead.

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Game of Thrones is officially over and whether you loved season 8, episode 6, “The Iron Throne ’ or hated it, there are And while we lack the foresight and omnipresence of King Bran the Broken, we will do our best to offer up explanations of the biggest events that took place in the series finale .

Heading into the series finale of Game of Thrones , the biggest question showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss had to resolve was, “Who gets to In the process of settling that particular story point, though, Benioff and Weiss neglected to address some of the questions raised by the finale , as well

Are Jaime and Cersei really dead?

Game of Thrones: Burning questions before the series finale © HBO Cersei and Jaime have one last embrace.

Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) were crushed to death by the falling rubble from the Red Keep in one of the episode's dramatic final scenes.

Or were they... It would seem an odd end after eight seasons of character development and excellent acting from Headey and Coster-Waldau to have them perish under a hail of massive stones, as opposed to dying at the hand of Arya Stark's (Maisie Williams) knife or Daenerys' dragon.

Are they really dead? Is Tyrion now the only Lannister with a pulse? Will Cersei and Jaime never get a fourth try at being good parents? Does this fan theory prove that at least Jaime is still alive? Guess we'll have to wait until next weekend to find out.

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Will Jon end up killing his mad auntie?

Game of Thrones: Burning questions before the series finale © HBO Jon tells Dany the truth about their relationship.

Daenerys took a leaf out of her father's book and brutally scorched her own people to death in Episode 5. In the few shots we saw of Jon, he didn't look too pleased with his lover's decision-making. Surely in the final episode he will have to either give her a stern talking to, or a devastating knife through the heart? We'd bet on the latter. Unless Arya gets there first...

Will Daenerys show any remorse?

Game of Thrones: Burning questions before the series finale © HBO Daenerys just moments after she witnessed the execution of her right-hand woman Missandei.

At some point, Daenerys will be done burning her capital city to the ground and butchering its population. When she's perched atop the rubble of King's Landing, looking over the destruction and the bodies, will she feel bad about it? Will she see that maybe heading straight for Cersei in the Red Keep should have Plan A? Probably not.

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When will Sansa march South to claim her rightful throne?

Game of Thrones: Burning questions before the series finale © HBO Sansa and Daenerys come to understand each other, albeit briefly.

This question speaks for itself. It's fair to say that Daenerys' actions in the last episode mean that she's no longer the people's queen.

That title now (and arguably for the last few seasons) belongs to Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner). She tried to warn Jon of what Daenerys was capable of.

He ignored her, and look what happened. Jon has some serious humble pie to eat, and if he really doesn't want the Iron Throne, as he's oft repeated, Sansa seems to be the only sensible and qualified candidate to rule the Seven Kingdoms.

Where's Brienne when you need her?

Game of Thrones: Burning questions before the series finale © HBO Brienne of Tarth.

There was more than one badass lady missing from the massacre of King's Landing: Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).

Of course, it's terribly sad that Jaime left her for his evil, conniving sister, but surely Brienne should have ridden after him and arrived just in time to save him from his entombed fate? It's hard to blame Brienne given what Jaime did to

her, and one could argue he's simply not worth saving, but surely from a plot and character stand point it would have been fitting for Brienne to rescue him one last time from his stupid mistakes.

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