Game Of Thrones 7 Finale: After Epic Ending, Here's How Twitter Reacted

Game Of Thrones 7 Finale: After Epic Ending, Here's How Twitter Reacted”

Once the rider dies, however, a new person can bond with the dragon. The most devoted Game of Thrones fans waited long enough, and the Season 7 finale delivered a pulse-racing one-two punch: Yes, Jon is a Targaryen, and yes, he's a legitimate heir.

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By making this deal with the witch, Daenerys unknowingly agreed to exchange "life for life", meaning that Mirri used her magic to kill the baby in Dany's womb and give that life to Drogo.

So, how did that go? Season 7 added nearly nothing new to its many storylines in terms of nuance, twist, or complexity, but it didn't really need to.

The Wall was originally built to defend the realm against the White Walkers, ice creatures who were created by the Children of the Forest in an effort to defend themselves against the First Men. No, the real revelation here was about Jon's backstory. And on the bright side for Khaleesi, she's now got that heir Tyrion was so anxious about it. In other words, it's not impossible that Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) isn't the only queen on Game of Thrones with a child on the way. The moment, the Wight charges at Cersei, she leaps out of her chair.

Will the tension between Sansa and Arya be resolved? Sansa, Bran and Arya overstep Littlefinger's see-through ploy to cause a family feud and ambush him in a meeting. Arya steps in and kills Littlefinger and there is probably no one who will mourn his death.

The Game Of Thrones seventh season finale episode will be aired at 9 p.m. ET which is 6:30 am IST. He and Jon have a long discussion which concludes with Jon admitting Theon is both a Stark and a Greyjoy.

Since then we haven't seen them together but have been waiting for an epic final showdown in the beastly brotherly rivalry.

Everyone is fighting over the "Iron Throne" - which is located in Kings Landing. After her convo with Tyrion, she agrees to pledge her troops to fight alongside Dany's in the battle of the living vs. the dead. Cersei figures the North don't need their help anyway, not with the dragons and the Dothraki. It also appears that once a rider bonds with a dragon, that may be the only dragon that person can ride. Question is: Will he tell the others of Cersei's plans or will he keep his sister's confidence? I'm struggling to reconcile with the fact that "Game of Thrones" is forcing us into a direction that I never cared about, and leaving behind everything that made it unique.

His parents are in fact Rhaegar Targaryen (Daenarys' older brother) and Lyanna Stark (Ned's younger sister), and as it turns out that his parents were legally Wednesday, that makes him a legitimate son with blood from two of the most powerful Houses in Westeros. But Sam knows the truth (per Gilly): Rhaegar divorced Elia Martell and married Lyanna in secret. Yes, we're rooting for Jon and Dany's happiness, but it's shrouded with the awkwardly timed info-bomb about their shared heritage.

It also just means he slept with his aunt, but the Targaryens are known for incest.

Of course, fans had to wait until nearly the end of the finale to have this news revealed to them.

The Wall came crumbling down. The Wall's kept these things out for 8,000 years ...

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