Here’s our much awaited season finale episode of the most loved fantasy drama Game of Thrones and I just can’t believe that it’s over already. Well, this episode was definitely one of the best so far. Luckily, unlike episode 4, 5 and 6, the finale episode hasn’t been leaked before its television debut (although the plot of all the 7 episodes had been revealed a long time ago, before its official release). Since the finale episode has been officially aired on Hotstar, here I bring to you the spoilers of Game of Thrones’ latest episode.
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Episode 7 ‘The Dragon And The Wolf’ – Does the name of the episode gives away the surprise? If you’re thinking about Jon Snow oops Targaryen and Daenerys Targaryen to have taken their relationship to the next level, then you’re absolutely right. Thank you, George RR Martin, to have shown us the much-awaited love making scenes between Jon and Daenerys.
Now I am going to start-off with the big moment of the episode is the dragon pit meeting, where we will see all the major characters to have come together to witness the existence of the Whitewalkers. As Jon demonstrates the only few ways to kill the Wights — which are — either fire can kill them or a dragon glass or Valyrian steel, Cersei is shocked to see this and she assures them that she will send forces to the North to help defeat as many Whitewalkers as she could.
Cersei then reveals to her lover Jamie Lannister that she lied to them at the meeting as she wants the dead to come and destroy as many enemies as they could. Becoming the Queen is the only important thing to Cersei. When Jamie comes to know of the evil intentions of the woman he loves, he is disgusted with her and rides North. Looks likes Cersei’s pregnancy wasn’t enough to keep Jamie there.
Let’s now move on to the next big plot point where Sansa sentences Littlefinger to death which Arya carries out. That’s not it, when Sansa thanks Littlefinger for his pointless advises all this while, he interrupts her by saying, Sansa but Arya swipes a dagger (the one Littlefinger gave to Bran and Bran passed it on to Arya) across his throat before he could realise what’s happening and it’s over before you know it — his face hits the ground and that’s how you know that our favourite Lord Petyr Baelish has died.
Another big moment of the show is that Samwell Tarly and Brandon Stark figure out that Jon’s a legitimised Targaryen named Aegon, son of Rhaegar Targaryen. This is revealed through the flashback of Rhaegar and Lyanna’s wedding. Well, Jon is yet to discover this truth, since it’s not this season that he comes to know of it, we will have to wait until the next season. Next, we see is that Jon and Danny have sex on a boat. I know how excited we were to see that one scene though. Didn’t we see this coming?
Here, we come to the end of the episode. The wall falls as the Night King attacks the wall with the reanimated Viserion, who now breathes blue flame. With this, Season 7 is concluded. Now the wait begins as to see what the next nay last season of Game of Thrones has for us in store. Well, we will have to wait until next year to find that out.