Game Of Thrones: The Characters That Will Be Missed In The Finale
Through-out Game Of Thrones' 8 epic and fantastical seasons, we have cried, laughed, and mourned with some of the most outstanding and well-written characters on TV. With the final episode of Game of Thrones airing tomorrow morning at 3 AM CEST (Maltese time), we thought it would be a good time to look back on some of the characters that won't be making an appearance in this long-awaited finale. This WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS so if you aren't caught up, why did you even click on this article? It's obviously going to contain spoilers, or did you just come here to complain and tell us that you were planning to watch it sometime in the future?
After meeting her all the way back in season 2, this red-headed wildling instantly became a fan favourite as we witnessed her complicated relationship with Jon Snow bloom and flourish. Only surviving 3 seasons (which some may view as an accomplishment), it may have been nice to have her in the finale, although her absence has led to some hot and steamy scenes involving Jon and a certain Mother of Dragons.
While there were others before him, Robb Stark was the first King of the North that we got to see, earning him a special place in our heart. During the War of the Five Kings, we got to see his awesome leadership, charisma, and looks in action as he tried to fight his way to Joffrey to avenge his father until his downfall at the hands of the Walder's and their trap.
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Freed from slavery by Daenerys, she has served as loyal servant to House Targaryen as a trusted advisor and handmaiden. She survived many close calls only to be killed at the hands of Cersie Lannister after she took inspiration from Alice in Wonderland's Queen of Hearts. Making it all the way to episode 4 of this season, Missandei will truly be missed by all fans alike in tomorrow's episode.
Making it all the way from season 1 to season 8, Jorah Mormont's storyline has been a long and winding one. While he has spent most of his time as an ancillary character, his presence has always been there, popping up from time to time as he protected the Queen he was once sent to spy on. After his death at the Battle of Ice and Fire, we can only wonder how the show would be with him still at Daenerys' side.
While it's nice to look into the past and imagine what it would be like if they were still with us, there's no use in crying over spilt milk. Who do you think is going to win this game of thrones? Who do you think is going to survive till the end?
Tell us in the comments who was your favourite character and who you want to see come out on top.