The Dragon Queen became her biggest, baddest self on Sunday's penultimate episode of the HBO series, ignoring the surrender of King's Landing in favor of burning it - and its innocent citizens - to the ground.
He would then go on to compare Jon Snow's killing of Daenerys to that of the Wildling Ygritte, "This is the second woman he's fallen in love with who dies in his arms and he cradles her in the same way".
In the Great Hall of the Red Keep, Dany finally has her moment to touch the Iron Throne.
Kit Haringtonin Game of Thrones.
The show may have ended, but it will live on through its fans, Hempstead Wright said. "Because isn't everyone already up to their eyeballs with "Game of Thrones"?"
While fans complained Daenerys suffered from the final season's hurried plots and disjointed character arcs, Clarke, despite her frustrations, seems to have accepted her fate. Describing the trying times that the cast and crew underwent during the rigorous shooting of the final season, Kit said that many would often spend sleepless nights working.
Sophie Turner, Queen in the North, posted this exclusive shot of Maisie Williams sporting shades, King Bran the Broken flashing his gorgeous legs, and Sansa Stark was modeling her Juul.
While her audition may not have worked out, Olsen revealed she does have a clear favourite on the HBO show - Kit Harington's Jon Snow. Olsen says she auditioned with a scene from the end of the first season. "I'm having a conversation with a crazed fan who's looking at me like a rabbit in the headlights.' Which is exactly what I was", she continued.
"There's this boy. And she thinks, 'He loves me, and I think that's enough.' But is it enough?" "I was sitting tentatively on that chair thinking, How long is this going to last?" It's not like she's suddenly going to go, 'Okay, I'm gonna put a kettle on and put cookies in the oven and we'll just sit down and have a lovely time and pop a few kids out.' That was never going to happen. "I was just, like, 'Oh, my God, my absolute idol in life is saying that she likes me, '" Clarke told The New Yorker. Apologising for using a profanity, Harington added, "A lot of jobs, everyone goes back to their apartments at the end of the day".
"But I think we were just relieved. Everyone who came in was welcomed into the family".
Learning that Daenerys would turn dark on the final two episodes of Game of Thrones, then get killed by a man she truly loved, did a number on Clarke, whose emotions ran high as she tried to process everything.