Oh, what could have been. While Game of Thrones more than gave his fair share of deaths across the last six episodes in the Game of Thrones season 8 – an original blow of Winterfell's death was not originally intended to die. In fact, the plans of the person who blended this mortal spiral into the fields outside the home of Strong ancestors were so great, according to a writer, they would have highlighted in the show's last scene.
"For a long time we wanted Ser Jorah to be there on the wall at the end," author Dave Hill tells EW, referring to the moment Jon Snow and Tormund head north past the wall and into the former white Walker area.
But of course it's not gone down. As Hill explains, the final scene would be "The three come out of the tunnel …. But the amount of logic we should bend to get Jorah up to The Wall and get him to leave Dany's side straight before [the events in the finale] … there is no way to do it blithely. "
Hill then reveals the perimeter including the idea that" Jorah should have the noble death he needs to defend the woman he loves ", which honestly, Yes, do much more meaning than Jorah, who has a jolly up north without as much as a good farewell to his Khaleesi would I have said the least.
While some would argue that the last round of the Game of Thrones we got was the darkest timeline, handling of Jora's death was inappropriately perfect. He survived his plot well before the Game of Thrones season 7, and his loss made Dany's descent in Mad Queen persona at least a little more tasty as she became more and more isolated.
So in the end we got another tick on the memorial wall instead of a bittersweet ending for Ser Jorah from Ven Zone. Of all the things you could do a case for Game of Thrones, which has potentially done wrong in recent weeks, it certainly wasn't one of them. He went out on his own terms ̵
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