The Reason Tyrion Acted Strange At The End Of 'GoT' Could Change Everything
Following months of anticipation, counting down the days to season seven of Game of Thrones, it feels like it finished far quicker than it should have.
Though we had seven weeks of edge-of-the-seat-drama, it feels as if it was all over in a matter of hours, proving that there's never enough for us to sink our teeth into and chat about in group chats.
Luckily we will have it back again at some point, though the wait will be as excruciating as it was for this season. So, while we wait, let's chat about season seven's finale.
I'll start: How fucking good was that?
Yeah, that's pretty much all I can think of to say. I'm sure after more time to digest I'll expand.
One thing some people have picked up on is Tyrion Lannister's look at the end of the episode. He pulls an odd face as he ominously looks on as Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen do what we've been waiting for them to do for what seems like forever.
There's a theory that states that Tyrion could have secretly betrayed Daenerys, Huffington Post reports, which is what makes the look so significant.
According to Huff Post the original novels by George R.R Martin that inspired the current series included a prophecy that Dany hears, leading her to believe she'll face three betrayals.
An exert reads: "The voices were growing louder, she realized, and it seemed her heart was slowing, and even her breath ... three treasons will you know ... once for blood and once for gold and once for love ..."
While another part of A Dance with Dragons sees Daenerys warned not to trust a number of characters.
"Soon comes the pale mare, and after her the others. Kraken and dark flame, lion and griffin, the sun's son and the mummer's dragon. Trust none of them. Remember the Undying. Beware the perfumed seneschal."
Following Tyrion confessing that he doesn't want to destroy the Lannisters, it could mean that he's fixing up to, or already has, betrayed Daenerys.
You can read into all of that, plus a possible "secret deal" Tyrion made with Cersei, but if you don't want to, there's always memes.
As expected, Twitter was alight following the final episode of season seven...
littlefinger's throat was slit by the dagger that he put on ned's throat when he betrayed him..by arya who's dressed like ned- edgelord allan poe (@haarleyquin) August 28, 2017
poetic justice pic.twitter.com/a8ZKid5ZhH
Until next time...
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