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    Your heart's desire last words of GOT?

    So, I'm pretty sure the lot of you have imagined the last scene in next year season finale. Be it something of a realistically pesssimistic ending, as in snowy winds howling on everyone's graves and corpses, or Disney like weddings and coronations of the winners of the war against the dead. There have been so many amazing quotes from the books and show, from almost every characters, and many of them are the last words of characters who die by violence or natural death (still heartbroken by "Egg, I dreamed I was old"). Anyways, what do you wish to see or rather hear in the very last scene? On my part, I'd love to see the closing scene paralleling one of the very first scenes in the show, when Jon and Robb counsel Bran on his archery. That scene in Winterfell is about happy times , a pack of wolves being whole, it is a scene about family. And family I think, for the wrong and right reasons, is one of the main driving forces of the series. Both of the remaining protagonists, Daenerys and Jon, all they ever wanted is to have a place to call home, to be accepted , to give and receive love from family , after being on their own most of their lives and with so much duty on their shoulders. Simply put, to finaly belong . Whether one of them lives or dies in the end , the last shot I want to see is their kid, calling to one of them the sweetest words they'd never tought to hear: " Father". " Mother". Cheesy, I know. But the heart wants what it wants... So, putting the tinfoil and theories of expected endings, momentarily to rest, what would YOU like to see at the very end? Ps. Also, Tyrion better finishes that joke, in his last scene!
  2. I'm currently rereading AGOT, after a long time and it's definitely delightful to encounter so many hints and seeds of future plotlines that flew over my head the first couple of times I read the book. There are many quotes foreshadowing Jon being the rightful heir to the Iron throne, particularly mindblowing, this one from Arya in dialogue with Jon in AGOT, when he is not permitted to sparr with Joffey and Robb: Why aren't you down in the yard?" Arya asked him. He gave her a half smile. "Bastards are not allowed to damage young princes" he said. "Any bruises they take in the practice yard must come from trueborn swords." Another great one: "Kings are a rare sight in the north." Robert snorted. "More likely they were hiding under the snow. Snow, Ned!" Getting to the point, I think I've come across another one that I've never seen mentioned before. Robert sat down again. "Damn you, Ned Stark. You and Jon Arryn, I loved you both. What have you done to me? You were the one should have been king, you or Jon."(AGOT, Edward VII) Eddard Stark , being the closest highborn relative to the rigful king, would've become Regent until Jon came of age. Perhaps Ned should've climbed those steps an sit on the Iron throne as Cersei tells him when the twincest is revealed. Such a Sad mistake. That's all, folks.
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