Also outside of the prologue guys that get killed by white walkers, Bran is ththe first character we see in the show, first chapter in the books and also the last person we see at the nd of the first episode, it makes more sense now
Welp I just finished the Season Finale of Game of Thrones and boy I had some fuck yeah moments, and some why do that moments, and some why tease us like that moments. I thought Jon making the decision to kill Dany and him struggling with the idea was beautifully executed I felt. Tyrion almost like The Emperor in a sense telling him do it, and Jon stabbing her was like a Jedi going from the light to the dark side, but it was needed knowing that she would destroy everything. He wanted just to hear one ounce of positivity from his Mouth, but he got nothing of it and just did the job. I'm still wondering why didn't Drogon blow his ass away, and instead destroyed the Iron Throne? I mean I get it he's Targaryen and thus might not be killed by fire, but why the Throne? Maybe he turns his fury instead on the object that represents Dany's downfall: the Iron Throne itself? He took Dany's body to go where exactly? He literally killed his Mother and stormed off that didn't sit well with me, rather of seen him join Jon rather than wreck havoc across the other side of the World or be sad for the rest of it's life.
I figured their would be some kind of Council to decide the fate of Tyrion and Jon, and I loved the moment when Arya, Bran, and Sansa tried to put himself over, and Sansa gave him the look a Parent gives a Child who is about to get the Belt if they don't shut up.
I can't forget either Arya telling Yara to mind your Tongue about Jon or I'll carve your face up and kill you, because God knows if thiers someone that Yara doesn't want to fuck with it's Arya. It's pretty crazy that of all people Bran would be King..LIKE FOR REAL?? I guess that is the Wheel that is broken, and their was a line in there as Tyrion put over Bran as King, it almost he went into Dr.Strange in Infinity War territory. When Tyrion is talking to him, and he says to the effect why do you think I came all this way? For sure that almost feels like he knew this outcome, and he saw multiple realities of what could happen and this is what we got.
Oh and when Sansa says The North will be independent of all of this, I was like girl please till some revolt happens and you'll be pulling hey we fought at Winterfell vs Zombies together and make sure Dany wasn't Queen help me..remember me. I did like the moments we saw later like when Brienne is writing Jamie's story that was great. Imagine someone respecting you so much that they write your story for the people to remember you always. Even the little moment where Tyrion is fixing the Chairs for a King's Meeting and see's the members just give no fucks, while talking about Brothels moments later. It kinda sucks that for all Jon did, he was regulated to The Night's Watch, with the inability to have no lands, marry, or have children. Granted what he became started with The Night's Watch, but damn does this guy at least get one break? Well he did come back to life, to live out his days at The Night's Watch, yeah Jon is gonna break all those rules they put in front of him.
Dug the moment at the end showing Arya, Jon, and Sansa making me want to see where this goes especially Arya and Jon. Damn you Game of Thrones we'll never to see where their new lives takes them unless it gets written in the Books.