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I've not watched the last episode I lost faith in episode five but there is no avoiding the imagery and memes for the last episode and of course listening to various youtube vloggers (a think thats a word?) clearly indicate I haven't missed anything.
It's apparent that virtually all the characters got happy endings which is a little obtuse. It gives them no where to go.  Better endings are open endings where it is clear other events are rolling out.
Once they lost sight of the books they should of made the decision to plough their own field rather that try adding GRRM character conclusions to the show.


Apologies for what your about to read.


So, my fan fiction for the show? Obviously Cersei remains the principle human villian. (at present.)
The knight king story still finishes in episode three (I'm sticking to their six episode wrap up palooza.) Jamie dies here, I envision a replay of the tower of joy sequence but now with the knight kings minions being the same number as Neds forces and Jon, Jamie and Brienne being the kings gaurd. The Minions stand between Jon Brienne and Jamie and entrance to the  Gods wood where the night king is heading towards Bran. The fight is not onesided the Nk minions give a good as they get but begin to fall to valerian steel . Alas Jamie falls protecting a injured Brienne leaving Jon to face the few remaining NK minions. It is not looking good for him. (in the skys above Dany fight the undead Viserion we cut back and forth) In the Gods wood Bran is about to get ganked by the NK when Arya does her thing. Oh and Melisandre doesn't die, though it looks like Davos has those plans.


Next episode open with the funeral pyre sequence as before but after that we cut to Kings landing where news of the victory in the north has arrived. Cersei hears only that Jamie is dead and she SNAPS. Suddenly she is accusing her small council of giving her the wrong advice why did they tell her to hold her forces back and not to participate in the great war? her brother would still be alive. I picture the scene where Cersei has Qyburn by the hair as she is screaming at him - spittle flying from her lips and all he can do is appologise even though we all know it was always her decision but behind her looms the mountain who will mash your head like a rotten potato if the queens says so. Cersei demands Qyburn begin the next stage of defence. Qyburn agrees meekly as the mountain inches forward.
The next scene. The Riverlands. The skys are overcast windy on one side of a river we see a host of banners, Riverland banners buffeted in the winds all the great houses of the Riverlands are amassed as if ready to hold back a storm. Across the river - before we see them we hear dragons screeching as the combined banners of the north and Targaryen forces come into view. It begins to rain - its light at first barely visable. Dany and Jon ride at the front of their host. They unmount at the rivers edge. On the other side Edmure (& other Lords) start to cross the shallow part of the river their horses whiny at the sound of dragons above. For a beat Jon and Dany eye the riverlords before Dany dismounts followed by Jon. The Riverlords do the same. It's raining pretty heavy now as Edmure kneels before his queen and swears the fealty of the Riverlords. Behind Edmure the banners are lowered as if also bending the knee. A great cheer goes up as foot men from the north and river lands race into the river to embrace each other (A  homage to the film El Cid)
Back in Kings landing we have a scene of Qyburn speaking to some of his little children spies he gives one of them a scroll and tell them to run along now. Around him are great jars of wild fire.


Next episode begins with a feast in Riverrun as the river lords fete their new queen. In a moment they have stolen for them selves Dany tells Jon she doesn't care if he is her relation and neither should he. They are Targaryens the blood of the dragon if he wants to press his claim then the great houses can call a council and they can choose. Jon say he will make no claim as far as he is concerned his father was Ned Stark the man who raised him to be the man he is. She is his queen for now and always. Varys and Tyrion seek them out(Has Varys been eaves dropping?) Varys has a a little scroll. The red keep has been booby trapped by Cersei. They can not use dragon fire to take the inner compound. This wars end will be bloody street to street fighting. Varys knows the secret ways in and out of the red keep he will take the hound and Arya into the red keep to prevent Cersei from doing this dastardy deed. Dany will take Yaras Iron Born loyalist and her dragons and the unsullied to the sea to fight Eurons Iron Born whilst the River Lords the Vale and whats left of the Dothraki mount a cavalry charge on the Golden Company the North men with the aid of the city watch (bribed by Qyburn) will enter the city and fight Lannister  and Crown land Loyalist. Back in Kings landing there is tension between Euron and Cersei. Euron knows of the wild fire and goads Cersei about her lack of faith. Perhaps he should be king. The mountain lets his pressence be known. Cersei talks about where power lies and how easily it can be lost. If the dragon bitch thinks to fly her dragon into the red keep killing her will be worth it. (If I can't have it no one can.)  Euron is more than cocky about their chances - there wil be no reason to destroy the red keep if anything the dragon queen will have to negotiate rather than fight street by street, maybe he thinks he will take two queens as wives after all he controls the seas. Back in Riverlands the great host is preparing to head south. Arya is saddling a horse when a familiar voice behind her says "A girl has responsibilities." She turns her head there is no sense of surprise, she gives a half moon smile. The host is shown in all its glory marching out - an ariel view of it snaking across the landscape. Two dragons swoop and play together above them. Dany, Jon and other comanders including Edmure (who really feels a need to prove his worth.) flank them. Back in Kings landing the mood is sombre. We see the people of the city, Qyburn move amongst them. He is not dressed as a maester but makes no effort to diguise his appearance. He listens to the grumbling, the Lannister forces and the Golden company they do not like each other. Officers speak about the lack of communication between the forces and the arrogance of the sell sword commanders. Preparation to secure the city is under way. The episode ends with this build up and a sense of comming doom.

the fifth episode. The battle is already underway. One of those far away shots where all you see are dots on the oceant then the view begins to close in two dragons are providing cover for Danys  ships to enter close combat with the iron born for hand to hand combat. Yara Greyjoy cheers on her men to fight and die well. The rocking of the waves makes it impossible for the iron fleets scorpions to get a shot at the dragons in fact they are useless. Ships ram each other as boarding parties of Targ loyalists storm the Iron Borns decks. Euron and Grey Worm engage in a fight that is bloody and visceral. Yara swings across on a rope kicking Euron in the face. Fists knives, gudgels the decks are just crowded with men in a savage brawl.  In Kings landing the North men have entered the city via side entrances where the city watch have killed the Lannister gaurds. They fight street to street with the Lannisters it is a bloody affair. Here and there unfortunate civilians are getting caught up in the fighting. Jon and Tormund and some northern soldiers unfamiliar with the lay out of Kings landing find theselves in a cul de sac and are pinned in by  Lannister forces Jon takes a wound before help arrives in the form of the civilian population who begin to turn on the Lannisters.
In the red keep Varys leads Arya and Sandor into the map room where they find Qyburn, or at least they think its him his head is a pulp. They make short work of the queens guard Sandor grabs Arya and tells her to find as many people who may be hostages here and lead them out he will take care of the mad queen. Arya protest talks about her list. Sandor slaps her hard across her face swearing at her (with that word) and asks her is she still a child that she keeps a list. Be a woman he says and go fucking do your duty.
Out at sea the Crown Land Iron Born are all but lost. Grey Worm and Yara lie dead amongst others as a really bloody and battered Euron his eye gouged from its socket takes one look around Grins like a mad man and leaps from the burning ship before a dragon swoops in with cleansing fire.
Back in the red keep Sandor faces the Mountain who is gaurding the queens quarters. Its Glegainebowl. Two big fuckers rip into each other with daggers. It's a stab athon. The Hound stabbing the Mountain furiously in the face whilst the Mountain stabs Sandor over and over, inbetween the gaps in his armour. The Mountain goes down. Sandor is not long for this world. He breaks into the queens private chambers. It's over you mad (that word again) Cersei has a a large beaker of green liquid in her hand. Her tear filled eyes are full of hate. A Lion she says does not concern it self with the opinions of sheep. She dashes the beaker on the floor.
Outside. Dany on Drogon sees the upper tiers of the red keep explode in green flame. It is falling in on its self.
On the streets of Kings landing the Lannister forces see the war is done and begin to drop their swords.
In the open field what's left of the Golden company blow their trumpets signaling surrender. Like a wave washing out the fighting slows to nothing.  All we hear is the cries of the injured and the dyeing.


Episode six.
Dany lands inside Kings landing. It's almost a replay of the scene where the slaves called her mother. Here it is "my queen". My queen they cry out. Drogon roars keeping the crowds at bay as unsullied rush to flank her. The bells are ringing.
Arya and Varys covered in ash are exiting at the partial ruined red keep followed by servants and other people who were in the red keep including Cersei hand maiden (the one with the short hair) It's done she thinks. No way Sandor escaped that.
North men are seen hurry towards Danys position (difficult to miss the the noise of two dragons.)  They bring news.
Cut to field hospital. Tormund is besides him self. Ghost is nudgeing the still body of Jon Snow. Dany has tears in her eyes. He's dead. No says Tormund, the red witch she is at the rear of the vangaurd. With dragon flight Dany can get Melisandrei here post haste. Dany wiping tears from her eyes sweeps out of the tent and races towards Drogon.
Some where at the back of the military train Melisandre sits in chains staring into a fire. (When she returned to the North Davos swore to execute her himself. I am destined to die in this land Lord Davos she had said. But not to day, the lord of light will decide my fate and I am but his servant.) Dany enters her tent and tells her of Jons death. She must bring him back. Mel tells Dany of the first time that Jon came back and his express wish not to be ressurected a second time. Dany cares not and demands as the queen that she brings back Jon. Mel agrees on  the understanding that only death can pay for life. Dany has heard this before.  The lives that Mel demands are the high septon and his senior priests. The lord of light will now guide the way for Westeros.
Dany looks appalled. You want me to burn them with dragonfire? Cleanse them with Dragon fire says Mel, and with it House Targaryen and the lord of light will shine a light on this world anew. Dany a girl in love says yes and has Mel unchained. Davos arrives by horse having seen the dragon flying over head. He protest the priestess release but meakly. He has some idea as to why the queen wants the witch but is too afraid to ask after his friend.
Back in Kings landing the high septon and priests of the faith of the seven are tied to make do pillars. Melisandre, to the gathered crowds begins to preach about the lord of light and the power of those who follow him (she means Dany of course who resents being used that way) This is the power of the true god. Dracarys says Melisandre. Drogon does nothing. Dracarys shouts Dany and the dragon incinerates those tied to the pillars. The crowd are equall number appalled and enraptured. Already there are those ready to switch to the lord of light.
Arya and Varys finally get from the red keep to our current locale to see what has happened. Varys is appalled by the possibilty that the red witch may develop a power base here. He knows the threat fanatics pose. Tormund informs Arya of Jons death and the preparations that are being made to ressurect him again. She protest that he wouldn't want that but is prevented from interfering.
That evening as the fires of kings landing still smoulder the red witch performs her ritual to bring Jon back. This time it goes with out a hitch and Jons breathes again. As Jon opens his eyes tears spill from Dany's as she calls him "my sun and stars."
Varys stares at the red witch. She stares back with a knowing smile. (these two can not live together.)


A fornight has passed since the battle. A make shift tent covers the front of the red keep. It is time for a coronation. The  Lords of houses great and small have gathered in Kings landing. In the streets there appear to be more red priests. Jon is dressed in fine northern outfit. The Stark sigil is clear to see. He goes to see Dany in her make shift camp. She is having her hair done by Missendei. More braids are being added. (Cersei hand maid the one with short hair is also present now wearing a Targaryen broach) Dany asks all to leave so she can speak with Jon. Jon clenches his jaw. He holds back what he wants to say.
The silence between them lingers. Dany breaks the silence  We are the last of the Targaryens she says. Our right by birth is to sit ....
I'm not a Targaryen Jon says.
A Stark then?
No. I am just a Snow.
Dany goes to him. She embraces him. The dragon and the wolf. Her embrace is tighter than his. She feels his feelings for her are changing. You had no right to bring me back he says. Dany pulls away. Those people you burned for me. Jon is clearly torn by the truth of the price paid for his second ressurection.
She said it was the only way. Only death pays for life. Dany puts her hand on her belly. Only death may pay for life. Jon realises what she means but it gives him no joy. The lack of Jons reaction to her news upsets her, she feels angry.
I'm leaving after the coronation.
I have not given you permission to leave.
The Lady of Winterfell has asked me to escort the freefolk back past the wall, to restore the northern forces. To deal with a certain lord who refused the call.
You are the warden of the north.
I have relinquished that title. Sansa ....
Sansa? I decide who will be my warden Lord Snow. I am the queen.
You are my grace.
There is silence between them. So be it she says. Dany feels hurt but doesn'y want to push it she will bring him back to her. There is a cough at the tent entrance, it's Missendei. It is time.
Under the make shift tent Dany sits on the iron throne that has been dragged from the ruins for this day. All the living Starks are in attendence. Bran is wearing a Maesters robe. The Citadel will take good care of him and he will be of such great value to the maesters. (and vice versa - the three eyed crow has his own agenda)
Dany is crowned to great fan fare and rises to give a speech. But it is not a speech of consolation or of mending fences. She speaks of Conquest and fire and blood of breaking the wheel to remake it in this new world. The red god has shown her the light and must illuminate the faces of everybody from Southros to the free cities of Essos. And with her great military comander and consort Jon Snow they will conqer the world. The crowd erupts with shouts of Loyalty and praise.
Jon is taken aback. His plans to go north now unclear.  He is stunned as the ladies and lords of the houses of Westeros cheer and rave with enthusiasm.
Bran sitting next to Jon says. You'll be fighting her wars for ever Lord Snow.
Jon Snow looks at Dany who just returns his gaze with that same look she had when she stepped out of the burning hut after killing all the khals.


This isn't over.  Stories never are.

 

You know this was quite cathartic.

 

Well just watched the Deadwood movie. It appears I have the right of it.  Stories don't have to have full stop endings to be satisfying.

Edited by the tower of albion
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I realised there is sufficient footage for a dark-Dany/Jon ending without much editing.

Cut the scene to black right when he kisses her and then provide an epilogue with drawings. Have them marry and go on a campaign of conquest where they both die heroically in a battle in some foreign land against another WW like threat as dark knights...hated for their actions but ultimately heros of both Westeros and Essos

Then end with a picture of the final counsel talking about a successor.

That's another ending I can get behind :D.

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My bittersweet ending would have been taking the fight of The Long Night all throughout Westeros, showing the Lords and Ladies the meaningless of their petty war. Jon and Dany dying, in the end, trying to save what's left of humanity, but achieving it nonetheless.

Tyrion, Varys, San and the Lords and Ladies as well as the smallfolk, realizing the foolery of everything. 

Months passed and those who survived are trying to build a better world. Breaking the wheel. 

This, of course, is based on what we were fed on the show. 

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5 minutes ago, Bittersweet Distractor said:

I’d bet money on it being followed by this  within a day :D.

A day?! 

They'd park that shit on the Dragon Pit before any moron got ideas about a vote.

Ellections, Nasty disturbing uncomfortable things! Make you late for dinner! I can’t think what anybody sees in them.

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11 minutes ago, It_spelt_Magalhaes said:

A day?! 

They'd park that shit on the Dragon Pit before any moron got ideas about a vote.

Ellections, Nasty disturbing uncomfortable things! Make you late for dinner! I can’t think what anybody sees in them.

That would be too easy though!,I’d rather see Brienne,Arya and all the other attendees of the dragon pit try and duel two Sith Lords in single combat :P.

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As per the show, up the point that Jon drives the knife into Dany's ribs.

Which fails to penetrate the mail shirt she wears under her dress.  

She steps back laughing, saying "Oh, my love, you thought you would kill me.  How touching.  Do you think I'd be so *fucking stupid* as to go defenceless in a city I've put to the sack? Was it the Imp who persuaded you?"

Distraught, Jon falls to his knees, and confesses that Tyrion persuaded him. Dany then tells him how it just goes to show how right she is to have him executed.  Jon can only agree.  Dany tells him he can redeem himself by killing Tyrion in person.  She suggests burning him at the stake, before her men.  Jon assents.

Tyrion is led out, and Jon chains him to the stake. Dany reads out a list of his crimes, before nodding to Jon.  Jon lights the kindling, as Tyrion stares at him in horror.  Dany looks on in ecstasy, as Tyrion burns.  Her soldiers cheer.

That night, Dany visits Jon, who is under guard in his chambers.  The Unsullied tie Jon's arms and legs to the bed.  Dany then orders them out.  She disrobes seductively before Jon, huskily saying that nothing gets her in the mood like watching a traitor burn.  To his shame, Jon becomes greatly aroused.  Dany straddles him, and rides him hard through the night.  In the morning, Jon accepts it's what he wants - to be Dany's bitch.  She's delighted.

The episode ends with Jon and the army marching North, with Dany riding Drogon, both of them intending to raze Winterfell to the ground.

 

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1 minute ago, Bittersweet Distractor said:

That would be too easy though!,I’d rather see Brienne,Arya and all the other attendees of the dragon pit try and duel two Sith Lords in single combat :P.

Lightsabers over steel. 

Muahahaha.

Unless valyrian steel has magic powers against skeevy sith lords as well as ice cold necromancers?

In that case, Brienne the Bold ftw.

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1 hour ago, It_spelt_Magalhaes said:

Lightsabers over steel. 

Muahahaha.

Unless valyrian steel has magic powers against skeevy sith lords as well as ice cold necromancers?

In that case, Brienne the Bold ftw.

I'd probably go for a lightsaber cutting through Valyrian steel like butter tbh, plus plate armour would conduct lightning rather well :P.

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2 minutes ago, Bittersweet Distractor said:

I'd probably go for a lightsaber cutting through Valyrian steel like butter tbh, plus plate armour would conduct lightning rather well :P.

Just give them a break, for pity's sake!

Lol. Nasty.

Having bad flashbacks to Liam Neeson stabbing a lightsaber through a blast door.

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On 26 May 2019 at 6:57 PM, TheNecromancerofMirkwood said:

Aragorn's marriage to Arwen is the sweet, as is Sam, Pippin, Meriadoc, Gimli and Legolas having good ends to their stories.

Its bitter because Frodo has to leave The Shire, the homeland he did everything to save. The High Elves are finally leaving Middle-Earth and those that refuse the final boat (sometime in the 4th Age) as Galadriel says, " We must depart into the West, or dwindle to a rustic folk of dell and cave, slowly to forget and to be forgotten". The Ents are doomed as a race since they will never find the Entwives. Dwarves will hang on for a little while, regaining some of their glory after they retake Moria, but they too shall perish eventually to be forgotten.

Of course, even Frodo's bittersweet ending is not hopeless. He is traveling to Aman with Bilbo, Galadriel, Elrond and Gandalf (who honor and cherish the two Ring-bearers). His journey is said, by Tolkien, to be purgatorial and not penal.

Naturally, this is not the ending style of Game of Thrones since its a Crapsack World to begin with and Benioff & Weiss decided the whole "subvert muh expectashuns!" means Jon gets the bad ending.

The marriage to Arwen was definitely bittersweet.  It was a successful marriage, but Arwen still died in despair.

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1 hour ago, SeanF said:

The marriage to Arwen was definitely bittersweet.  It was a successful marriage, but Arwen still died in despair.

Sure, she had to come to the final moment where she understood the Gift of Death. Its heartbreaking to read of her leaving Gondor and going to live in Lothlorien, though I am of the opinion there were still Silvan Elves there (and maybe a few Sindar) who simply refused to leave. Of course, an even more bleak version is that she doesn't actually die since, how could we know if she does as The Tale of Arwen & Aragorn is "transmitted" to us via an imperfect Narrator (possibly by finding a copy of The Redbook of Westmarch or via Ælfwine the Mariner finding "the straight road" to Tol Eressëa after milennia and bringing back texts authored by Pengolodh).

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posting this here, seems more appropriate

My perfect ending for the show would have been the Night King as the final Finale boss. But there was a better way to make the ending that actually subverts expectations AND makes sense, in my humble opinion. Finale as it ended, was open ended plenty, so even more open endedness wouldn't hurt it. Here is the things I'd change. Starting with episode 4. Leave Jaime and Varys in Winterfell. They don't move south. Varys makes up an excuse, he's sick, he can't travel , something. Dany is completely aware that he jumped from the Team Khaleesi train but can't actually kill him, and does not, but kind of wishes she could and shares her thoughts that Varys betrayed her to Jon and Tyrion. Jon is kind of shocked, Tyrion even more worried, they try to reassure her that no one betrayed her. Varys actually found out about Jon's parentage through his own spy ways and decided that the smartest and safest thing for him if he was going to agitate things for Jon's cause was to stay at WF. He talks with Tyrion before he leaves for KL to join him. Tyrion remains loyal to Dany. Things move on. Miss Sandy and the dragon die. Episode 5 starts with Jon actually consoling Dany when arriving, being supportive and emotionally available to her. He is even able to have awkward pity sex. Varys  already started with the letters of support for Jon, she shows one to him, he swears his loyalty to her and his love. Muh qwin!! She believes him, for now... Meanwhile outside of their quarters, Tyrion is a freak that drinks wine and waits and watches Jon as he leaves Dany's room later at night. He talks with him, saying that maybe Varys is right. Planting seeds that Dany is not mentally stable or suitable enough to rule wisely. We get that he is actually jealous.  Episode moves on, bells clang and rang, BUT Dany DOES NOT destroy the entire city, she just goes for the Red Keep, which IS chock full of smallfolk, women and children, yet she goes for the keep to burn Cersei. She tries to control the damage done by Drogon, but it gets out of hand and the keep is being destroyed and innocent people killed. And we see it from Cersei's perspective who is running away through the secret entrance/exit leaving in a small boat that Qyburn  prepared. We realize that the Cersei that was taunting Dany from the balcony  is just some dressed up girl that was hired to double for Cersei now dying from fear and seconds later just actually dying. Clegane fight happens more or less the same, the Mountain had to be left as a decoy also. He's a fraking zombie, who cares. Arya barely escapes Dany's attack on the Keep, witnesses dying children, BUT it happens after she realized that the real Cersei escaped. I don't know how, but somehow she sees, hears, or just gets the info that Cersei escaped. We see Euron who survived the burning of the fleet and swam so he gets to escape with Cersei. Dragonfire causes wildfire to explode, so some other parts of the city also get destroyed. More innocents die. Grey Worm mistakes all of the chaos as a signal to slaughter Lannister men that surrendered. Jon is just shocked, tries to stop his troops from joining, stops the rape like it happened, orders his men to fall back. Dothraki and the Unsullied are indiscriminately killing people. Slow mo of the chaos, of Fire and blood, Drogon shrieking from the top of the Red Keep. Jon's horrified face. End episode 5.

This is where I'm torn. Enough shit happened that Jon can be almost justified for killing Dany so the last episode happening as it did for real would work. But ... I'll go for a different set of events. just for fun.

So,  Jon has the talk with Tyrion, who tries his hardest to push him to murder Dany. After that Jon sees Arya who tells him that Cersei is alive, that Dany is mad and that she's had enough and is leaving all of this behind. Jon asks where, she whispers what is west of westeros in his ear, they hug long time. He goes to the throne room. Have you seen the children, innocent children. Dany tells her little story, tries to explain that she did what she could to control the damage, that the wildfire was not her fault. He reveals to her that Cersei actually survived. that the entire bloody attack on the Red Keep was actually futile. Dany is mad, seething with rage, wows to find her and kill her no matter what hole she crawled up in. Jon asks, even if the children are blocking the entrance? Dany composes herself, starts the topic of ruling together. They were meant to do this together. She stands next to him. They kiss. The cameras are positioned somewhat differently, so that we can see Jon going for the hilt of the dagger, almost taking it out. Almost... but actually backing out in the last second and continuing the kiss with Dany. He then looks her in the eyes and says that he is done. He wants no part of it. She can rule by herself, but she must leave the North alone, that it's off the limits for her. He also says that he'll be taking Tyrion with him. Dany is shocked, tries to reason with him, then she is flooded with emotions, she begs him to stay. She promises stuff, he says; no Dany, it is too late and turns to leave. Drogon lands in the throne room at that moment. a tear slides down her cheek. Dracarys she says. Slow mo of Jon's look of ultimate disappointment, Drogon prepares the flames and releases them! But they are not directed at Jon but on the damn Iron Throne.  He melts the thing down. Jon watches it then leaves the room. Dany collapses on the floor sobbing. It's a tragedy alright. End scene.

Time has passed. We see a smelly, stuffy old room in some forsaken brothel in Pentos. We hear a woman scream, a bed of blood is shown. It is Cersei after giving birth. Things did not go well. We see her pale face, short of breath, death is upon her. Jaime... is the last word she whispers to herself before dying. Her little valonquar killed her in the end. Euron is there beside the bed with a flagon of wine. Drunk to the max. the old woman that delivered the baby asks if he wants to see the baby's body. It was stillborn. He pushes her away and bolts out the door. He's getting more drunk in a brothel when 6 men with the Kraken insignia surround him, Yara walks in and says: Hello uncle.

Meanwhile at King's landing another bed of blood, midwifes are tending to Dany. She gave birth to twins. She WAS pregnant with Jon's children. Lords and ladies are gathered in the new great hall to pay their respects and bring gifts. Gendry, new prince of Dorne, Sweetrobin are there, Yara's emissary, freaking Bronn, other people. Camera goes back to Dany, she smiles happily while holding the babies in her arms. Outside Drogon roars in the ruin of the old Red Keep where he nested. There are eggs there and they are cracking.

Camera pans us to Winterfell. Tyrion and Jaime are talking. Sam is there also, visibly nervous. He can't find it. He was the one responsible for making the new crown for the Queen in the North, and he had it just a moment ago. Tyrion asks him to check the bag on the table. Oh there it is. The team gathers and goes into the hall where Sansa is being crowned. We see Jaime, Brienne, Pod, being the Queen's guard, we see Gilly and little Sam amongst the crowd of northern lords and ladies in attendance, Edmure is there, but who cares about him. Sansa is being crowned, afterwards Tyrion kneels and kisses her hand. they sit in the big chairs. Varys is near,  looking worried but content.Camera pans out of the hall where it is snowing. We are shown the Godswood. Bran is there warging. Solemn music is playing. We are shown scenes from the show's past, the present, and some from the future. :=) Then we see the raven flying above the ship where Arya commands the North men what to do. She smiles. Watch out unknown lands, here comes the she wolf, Arya Stark The camera pans out and hurls back to the North, the real North.

Up and up it goes, then down, snow is swirling, north and north and north it goes.  It show us The Wall, to castle Black, where there are wildlings doing their daily stuff. Children playing, Tormund sharing his stories with some impressionable lads. but the camera pans out and continues even further north. through the woods. Alive, peaceful woods. It comes out on a snowy meadow. The snow is still slowly falling, but there is the taste of the coming spring in the air. We see a new town, village, whatever, that wildlings build. Children are playing. There is a big tent in the middle, there is a small river nearby. Ghost is walking beside someone. The King beyond the Wall enters the big tent with Ghost at his side. We expect it to be empty, but there is a honey blonde haired wildling princess inside. A small babe in her arms, suckling. Yep, it is the last tit we'll see on Game of Thrones ever :=)  The camera turns on the Jon Snow, the King Beyond the Wall who smiles at sight, the camera closes on his eyes, soulful, dark eyes, then just one eye, in which we see Fire and Ice battling their eternal duel while the Game of thrones theme music plays in the background.

The End.

There I finished it for D&D, for George, anyone who wants it.

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On 5/28/2019 at 11:27 AM, SeanF said:

As per the show, up the point that Jon drives the knife into Dany's ribs.

Which fails to penetrate the mail shirt she wears under her dress.  

She steps back laughing, saying "Oh, my love, you thought you would kill me.  How touching.  Do you think I'd be so *fucking stupid* as to go defenceless in a city I've put to the sack? Was it the Imp who persuaded you?"

Distraught, Jon falls to his knees, and confesses that Tyrion persuaded him. Dany then tells him how it just goes to show how right she is to have him executed.  Jon can only agree.  Dany tells him he can redeem himself by killing Tyrion in person.  She suggests burning him at the stake, before her men.  Jon assents.

Tyrion is led out, and Jon chains him to the stake. Dany reads out a list of his crimes, before nodding to Jon.  Jon lights the kindling, as Tyrion stares at him in horror.  Dany looks on in ecstasy, as Tyrion burns.  Her soldiers cheer.

That night, Dany visits Jon, who is under guard in his chambers.  The Unsullied tie Jon's arms and legs to the bed.  Dany then orders them out.  She disrobes seductively before Jon, huskily saying that nothing gets her in the mood like watching a traitor burn.  To his shame, Jon becomes greatly aroused.  Dany straddles him, and rides him hard through the night.  In the morning, Jon accepts it's what he wants - to be Dany's bitch.  She's delighted.

The episode ends with Jon and the army marching North, with Dany riding Drogon, both of them intending to raze Winterfell to the ground.

 

Danykinkfic might be your thing.

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On 5/28/2019 at 11:27 AM, SeanF said:

As per the show, up the point that Jon drives the knife into Dany's ribs.

Which fails to penetrate the mail shirt she wears under her dress.  

She steps back laughing, saying "Oh, my love, you thought you would kill me.  How touching.  Do you think I'd be so *fucking stupid* as to go defenceless in a city I've put to the sack? Was it the Imp who persuaded you?"

Distraught, Jon falls to his knees, and confesses that Tyrion persuaded him. Dany then tells him how it just goes to show how right she is to have him executed.  Jon can only agree.  Dany tells him he can redeem himself by killing Tyrion in person.  She suggests burning him at the stake, before her men.  Jon assents.

Tyrion is led out, and Jon chains him to the stake. Dany reads out a list of his crimes, before nodding to Jon.  Jon lights the kindling, as Tyrion stares at him in horror.  Dany looks on in ecstasy, as Tyrion burns.  Her soldiers cheer.

That night, Dany visits Jon, who is under guard in his chambers.  The Unsullied tie Jon's arms and legs to the bed.  Dany then orders them out.  She disrobes seductively before Jon, huskily saying that nothing gets her in the mood like watching a traitor burn.  To his shame, Jon becomes greatly aroused.  Dany straddles him, and rides him hard through the night.  In the morning, Jon accepts it's what he wants - to be Dany's bitch.  She's delighted.

The episode ends with Jon and the army marching North, with Dany riding Drogon, both of them intending to raze Winterfell to the ground.

 

I am surprisingly OK with this. But I always took Dany as a bit of sub at heart forced to take an alpha role for the betterment of the world as the men around her continually failed. 

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8 minutes ago, Techmaester said:

I am surprisingly OK with this. But I always took Dany as a bit of sub at heart forced to take an alpha role for the betterment of the world as the men around her continually failed. 

Dany is a sub with really brutal men, like Drogo or Daario.  With Jon, I think she'd enjoy the Dom role.

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I think I would add to my story..

- When sacking Kings Landing Jon would be wearing his fathers banner and houses armor(would need to argue that Dany found some). 

- In the final speech Dany gives at a podium after the take over he stands beside her wearing it, she ends with saying the murders of the Targaryens and Starks have been brought to justice and the rightful heir to the throne has returned. She and him would raise a sword jointly and kiss.....

I also would give her armor, I'm not sure why she never wore any - would go with black leather/chainmail like Aegons wives. 

(When ever I think of what could have been I feel thoroughly subverted.) 

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27 minutes ago, SeanF said:

Dany is a sub with really brutal men, like Drogo or Daario.  With Jon, I think she'd enjoy the Dom role.

Probably, all around Jon was pretty disgustingly weak this season - I sincerely hope nobody views him positively or finds inspiration in his failures.   

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