Spoiler alert: Do not read until you’ve watched The Finale of Game of Thrones, Season 8.
After eight years of distressing drama, the fantasy epic of HBO didn’t go out with a bang, but with a final divisive twist. It proved as maddening as it was gratifying. The Most Divisive Ending of Beloved Season! Mixed Reactions of Fans on the ending of Jon and Dany’s love story, which was desolate and heartbroken.
However, for seven seasons, the majority of fans continued to dream about a happy ending. They believed, Just like all fantasy novels, the order would come to the Seven Kingdoms. The chaos that started when Bran Stark was thrown out of a tower window by Jamie Lannister would be resolved.
But “Game of Thrones” showrunners, Benioff and Weiss were playing a different game with their storyline.
This ending is already one of the most divisive conclusions to a worldwide beloved series. The show had no problem in killing off its main protagonists starting from Ned Stark. Dany was just a mere continuity of this unpredictable show.
However, Jon’s resurrection to the legitimate son of Aegon Targaryan and Lyanna Stark was all misdirection. In the end, Snow’s Targaryen heritage mattered about as much as Daenerys’ belief that she was destined to rule the Seven Kingdoms.
Jon Killed Dany because of her Mad-Queen approach and massacre of innocents. Bran Stark unlikely became King following the votes from Lords of Westeros. Tyrion made a point” There’s nothing in the world more powerful than Stories”. “Bran-The Broken will be the keeper of our stories. He will help guide the country forward, and most importantly, that he can’t have kids. The ruler will not be born, in fact, he will be selected”.
In the end, “Game of Thrones” has always been unpredictable.
Jon Snow Returned back to The Wall to join hands with Wildlings and the Hound.
Sansa Stark always wanted to be a Queen and she finally became one.
Even fans of the show can admit the final season was flawed. Count me among them. Those who’ve read George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels must be wondering how the original writer might have delivered the same conclusion. But after the finale, many fans are eager to read about Martin’s version of story climax.
But because pantsers are making it up as they go along (hence the name: they’re flying by the seat of their pants), they’re prone to meandering plots and can struggle to bring everything together in a satisfying conclusion. /6
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