Game of Thrones Season 7 Finale Death Scene Spoiler

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Finale Death Scene Spoiler

Kit Harington felt really awkward making out with good friend Emilia Clarke during the season seven finale of Game of Thrones. As if watching the falling wall wasn't trembling enough that the white walkers march to the south of the wall.

It also means that Jon is the rightful heir to the Iron Throne, since Rhaegar was once the crown prince and heir before the Targaryen reign was usurped by the Baratheons.

After returning to Dragonstone, Theon has a heart-to-heart with Jon and knows that he must overcome his own cowardice to rescue his sister Yara. While we had seen Jon's birth last season and saw Lyanna begging Ned Stark to "promise" to protect her child, thanks to Bran's visions, we finally learned more: "his name is Aegon Targaryen".

In addition, there are two behind-the-scenes featurettes, including a behind-the-scenes look at the conference at the dragonpit and a cast commentary on the controversial scene between Jon and Daenerys. Here's to hoping that he makes his way up to Winterfell and fights by Brienne's side.

That said, the destruction of the Wall is a massive turning point in the Great War, as Jon calls it. However, Sam hits Bran with even more information when he reveals that Rhaegar's marriage was annulled and that he actually married Lyanna. While attempting to evacuate as many men off of the Wall as possible, Beric Dondarrion and Tormund watched helplessly as the undead dragon, now under the control of the Night King, unleashed ice breath across Westeros' last line of defense.

But before we get to that, if you are going in completely blind here are a few key facts you should probably know.

For all of the power that the Night King and the Army of the Dead had, the one thing stopping them was The Wall. Many believe Dany's curse was broken when her dragon, Viserion, died in episode six of season seven, since Mirri Maz Duur told her then: "Only death can pay for life". Talking about siblings we also see Theon gearing up to save Yara. To understand the importance behind the decision, remember that a name is never just a a name in Game of Thrones. This is a show that has consistently kept its viewers on its toes and tonight, it reestablished that tone. Gillen revealed that he had assumed beforehand that Arya would deliver the blow while talking about some of the foreshadowing done in his final season. Jaime takes advantage of a moment of weakness on the part of his sister to leave King's Landing: will he join Daenerys in turn?

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