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Five questions we need answered in the Game of thronesfinale

there Are Järntronen even left? In the penultimate episode, ”The bells”, it looks undeniably like the fact that large parts of the Red Keep collapsing, but it is assumed that the series would not let its real protagonist – the throne – melt the outside of the image. No matter if we get a dramatically musiksatt scene where Järntronen perish in the flames or not have any control over Westeros. It becomes, despite the fact that the one and the other suggests the opposite, Daenerys? Or the unwilling Jon Snow? Will Westeros into a republic with a government consisting of the surviving characters?

In the above-mentioned ”The bells” was Daenerys from conceited but controlled and reasonably rightful queen to the bloodthirsty, fire-breathing-by-proxy the tyrant. Why? Except for the fact that she lost several of her closest confidants, two of their three draksöner, and possibly her boyfriend/brorsons love? Will we be given more insight into drakdrottningens newfound madness than what we see in the distance, perched among the clouds, riding on a dragon?

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Or, the artist formerly known as Jon Snow, now the Aegon main differences. He who does not want to become king, not even in the Nordic countries, who really wanted to turn around on the road away from his vildlingvän Tormund Giantsbane when they just said goodbye in ”The last of The Starks” and run in slow motion back crying: ”Take me with! Take me with!” When his girlfriend/aunt gone crazy and his stepsisters have been disappointed in the choice of girlfriend/aunt, where will Jon Snow go to?

Sansa Stark has proven to be a fair, economically-minded leader in the Nordic region. Arya Stark was a bit ill researched depersonalization in ”The bells”, from the icy killing machine to One That does Not Live For Revenge, but has previously expressed a desire to explore other parts of the world than those she visited (”what's west of Westeros?”). And Bran... Well, I don't want to question the Owned raison d'être, but there is not much Bran has helped with despite the fact that he knows everything. What roles are Ned Starks children play in the end – and after that?

No, I was joking only, no one – I repeat: no one – wants to know if Bronn ever get to his castle.

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