Yeah, people! Just when we thought it couldn’t get worse.
Rember the scene, where out of rage he wails into the sky and directs his fit on the Iron Throne as if to destroy old enmity?!
We sure assumed a lot of weight to that scene, some thought it signified his mourning over his mother’s death, others thought it as a symbol of culmination, that Game of ‘Thrones’ ended.
Via: TV Movie Fix
But no, according to the writers, it was a sheer coincidence!
Here, have a look at it yourself.
” He breathes fire on the back wall, blasting down what remains of the great red blocks of stone. We look over Jon’s shoulder as the fire sweeps toward the throne — not the target of Drogon’s wrath, just a dumb bystander caught up in the conflagration. We look through the blades of the throne as the flames engulf it, and blast the wall behind it. ”
This excerpt, which was on the Emmys Website, clears that there was no greater meaning of his fiery bluster.
Obviously, the Internet did not this take this well and lashed out on Twitter.
So the script confirmed that Drogon burned the throne by accident, because it was on his way. The people who were saying that he burned the throne because he realized that it was what really killed Dany had a better idea than D&D. At least it could have been a logical explanation
— enséñame toda la isla (@daenerystale) July 31, 2019
WHOA WHOA WHOA
You're telling me that moment Drogon burned the Iron Throne on #GameofThrones' series finale… HE WASN'T EVEN AIMING FOR IT?! pic.twitter.com/4TgtzSPeCb
— Beth Elderkin (@BethElderkin) July 31, 2019
So D&D told ramin that drogon melted the throne because he understands that it is what killed dany, but in the scripts drogon burns the throne by accident. They can't even keep their story straight. It really feels like it was all a big joke to them. pic.twitter.com/rHxwuNqktY
— cris (@mardyjon) August 1, 2019
At least we have the Books to look forward to because now, all faith is lost in humanity! Pun intended. Thanks for ruining our day Benioff and Weiss.