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Video: Film Theory: How Game of Thrones SHOULD End! (Game of Thrones Season 8)

VIDEO: Film Theory: How Game of Thrones SHOULD End! (Game of Thrones Season 8)
04/14/2019 21:47 43.7K 2.3K 1.2M

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There are a LOT of theories out there about how the final season of Game of Thrones is going to end. This is the big moment that we've been building to for years! Everyone wants to be the first to guess the right answer... except me. You see, this is not a theory about how Game of Thrones WILL end. No, after looking through all of the episodes, the foreshadowing, the metaphors, the themes, and EVERYTHING else - this is how the battle for the Iron Throne SHOULD end. Are you ready to know the TRUE answer?

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Credits:
Writer: Matthew Patrick
Editors: BanditRants and Alex "Sedge" Sedgwick
Assistant Editor: AlyssaBeCrazy
Sound Editor: Yosi Berman

Sources: https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/ustv/a26057239/game-of-thrones-season-8-sophie-turner-sansa-told-people-ending/ https://www.oddsshark.com/entertainment/game-thrones-prop-odds-bet-who-will-be-ruling-westeros https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/film-tv/a12438310/game-of-thrones-prequel-spin-off-series-news/&sa=D&ust=1554932436765000&usg=AFQjCNGdX6SyjHSKqPfmf7YaKLJwunPZHw

Comments (6,236)
  • Nelson Hall
    Nelson Hall

    Hey guys don't forget "Cathe" said it, not Quaithe.....

  • Mr.Rod TV
    Mr.Rod TV

    Bronn is staying in the throne...he still needs to get his castle 🏰

  • Aislee Love Greenwood
    Aislee Love Greenwood

    Agreed. I've been about 50/50 on that possibility for a really long time now. It would be a really appropriate thematic ending, and I think I'd be happy with it.

  • Maria Nikolaou
    Maria Nikolaou

    I agree with almost all of this. Mankind didn't make the right choices, indeed. All of Westeros is deeply corrupt, indeed. BUT: There are some of them, that actually learned from their mistakes or where good since the beggining. Jon Snow, Tyrion Lannister, Sam Tarly, Theon Greyjoy, Jamie Lannister, Brienne of Tarth and propably more that I forget. My point is that if we take GOT as a metaphor for our world, white walkers could be, I don't know, even global warming, and they are here to end all of us, but do all of us deserve it? Don't we have nothing good in our history that deserves to survive? I believe that the now "good" characters of the show that I mentioned above should fight a war against white walkers and against the corruption of their society. And I think mankind could win.

  • Cristobal Ordonez
    Cristobal Ordonez

    Rob didn’t inherit the throne though, he took it in Rob’s rebellionz

  • Pablo Boyero
    Pablo Boyero

    I havent watched your channel in 3 years, and its okay

  • Metal and Gaming Fun
    Metal and Gaming Fun

    I've been saying the White Walkers will win for years... with the final scene, a close up on snow ridden iron throne, the warm voice of Tyrion Lannister narrating a dark, moving piece, "Our price to play the Game of Thrones." Then with seconds left in the episode, a ray of sunlight is cast upon the throne and we hear the playful laugh of children, knowing that indeed there were those who survived, and they will have brighter future, for winter has ended. Roll Credits.

  • Vem
    Vem

    You forgot to say that the children teamed up with the men to defeat the white walkers - putting their petty squabbles behind and winning. Now that the night king is back and Cersei refused to help, the ending is pretty obvious. Only problem is there’s no mention of Azor Ahai here.

  • Lord Colin
    Lord Colin

    It is a massive bummer that Martin will never finish the books. I hope he, or his estate, allows someone else to complete them.

  • T T
    T T

    Anyone else getting a global warming feeling from this? lol

  • valitsaki AVG
    valitsaki AVG

    Arya will finish her list, night king will reach the iron throne.

  • Ǝ .ЯMR. EC
    Ǝ .ЯMR. EC

    That's exactly what George R. R. Martin wanted to show us: we will get nowhere and just die if countries, religions, races or any other shit keep fighting. we will die cause of nothing and leave the world for wild nature.

  • Amira Nicholle
    Amira Nicholle

    OMG, this is what I have been saying and everyone keeps calling me dark and evil. I am so happy I am not the only one rooting for the white walkers.

  • J F
    J F

    Peter baelish isn't dead bro he paid the faceless men to fake his death

  • Mr Seneriumz
    Mr Seneriumz

    Tyrion is my guy. Everyone should die except him and he'll find some lovely gal to help him rule on the Iron Throne giving a thousands years of peace. :)

  • Zt Cedric
    Zt Cedric

    the show runners could make a lot extra money by just betting who will win lol

  • Jon Meyer
    Jon Meyer

    Here's something. JUST FUCKING SAY THEY NEED TO FOLLOW THE BOOKS DAMN IT

  • Victoria V
    Victoria V

    Your voice too cringy, couldn't listen more 30 sec

  • silas frisenette
    silas frisenette

    The only one who should be king is Bran. I don't want him to, I think he's boring .. but he seems to have some sort of calmness that would be good in a leader. He has insight and he is not passionate or driven by emotions. Besides, if we follow your analysis, he is also the given leader. He has never claimed the throne and he is one of the only ones who explicitly said he did NOT want to be king. He has forsaken his Stark identity (now he's more of a weirdo three-eyed raven than a Stark) and he hasn't directly killed someone .. People have sacrificed themselves, but he has never asked them to and it has never been on his request or for him to receive some sort of power. He might get help from the white walkers in killing everyone in the big houses (he seems to be connected to the nature and the first men and the children of the forest, so maybe he befriends them) and then he might be "elected" king. He doesn't seem keen on ruling a whole lot, so I could imagine some sort of democratic monarchy under Bran. The price for him is the family he has lost along the way. The failure of institutions would be showing since the only reason the white walkers could win is due to the fragmentation of the "south" (of the wall).