Game of Thrones Roundtable: Character Assassination Edition

 

 

After eight seasons, three dragons, and countless candidates to take the Iron Throne, Game of Thrones is officially over. But not without more than its fair share of murders. And no, we’re not talking about actual, physical deaths (of which there were plenty); we’re talking about outright character assassination. In the series’ eight season, Game of Thrones proved that no character development was important enough to go unpunished; so, the team here at Writes of the Roundtable got together to vent discuss all of the most outrageous character assassinations.  

Because Game of Thrones season 8 was too upsetting for just our staff alone, we were joined by Ashley Thomas, “The Nerdy Blogger.” From her bio on Fangirlish:

She holds a B. A. in English Literature from Maryville College in Maryville, Tennessee (c/o 2007) and a M. A. at Signum University in Literature and Language, concentrating in Imaginative Literature (c/o 2018). She would like to be Brienne of Tarth, Leslie Knope, and Hermione Granger when she grows up.

And now, without further ado, our Game of Thrones roundtable! Spoiler alert: It was a bloodbath.

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Game of Thrones Roundtable: Targaryens, Dragons and Questionable Writing

Game of Thrones Season 7 has come to end, leaving fans shocked and unable to process everything that went down in the 70+ minutes of glorious television dedicated to the season finale. After a season that featured Cersei Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen preparing to fight it out until the end, our main characters finally realized they have a bigger issue to deal with: The Dead.

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