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And while there is no chance that is ever going to happen, fans have even more questions and concerns after the final episode aired Sunday night.
Major spoilers ahead of course!
Here are five major holes and questions left to be answered either by a "Thrones" spin-off series or the actors themselves at a later date. And as always with these iconic endings, sometimes questions will never get answered.
1 - Did Jon admit to killing Daenerys?
In the episode, Jon kills his love pretty early on, to the shock of fans around the globe.
After that, the show skips ahead a few weeks, per Tyrion, and they have Jon in custody for killing the queen.
But after she died, Drogon picked up Daeny and carried her off. The show never really addressed what happened in those lost weeks. Would be great to see how everything played out.
Which leads up to our next question.
2 - Why didn't anyone mention he's the rightful heir to the Iron Throne?
He's in jail, they are debating his life or death and no one says a word about his true identity.
Tyrion knows, Sansa knows, Arya knows and Bran knows.
Why doesn't someone just say, "Hey, Jon is the true king, so him killing his aunt is kinda a moot point."
I understand the turn to a democracy and Bran taking over in a new, fresh start, but this felt like a big plot hole.
3 - And Drogon, how did he know to burn the Iron Throne?
OK, last question on this pivotal scene, but Drogon turning and burning the throne after Daeny's death is poignant, but a bit confusing.
Instead of burning Jon, he turns and aims for the throne? Just the throne, nothing else?
We get it, the throne and the quest for it ruined your mother, but does a dragon understand this?
Maybe, but fans were still confused and a bit amused.
4 - What happened to Arya?
After her amazing finish to the Battle of Winterfell and the Night King, Arya kind of disappeared.
The finale points to a Maisie Williams spin-off, but the writers really didn't let this little icon finish strong.
They teased her having a big ending at the close of last week's penultimate episode, but that wasn't the case Sunday.
Only time will tell if her exploration west of Westeros becomes something that fans will get to see.
5 - What was up with Jon's ending?
We get that Jon decided to relinquish the throne and never wanted power, but the whole Night's Watch ending was confusing.
It seems as though Tyrion was giving Jon a wink that he was to go back to the watch and then lead the wildlings to freedom beyond the wall.
But that wasn't made clear.
All we got was this "life sentence." Then in the very final scene we see Jon leading the masses beyond the wall and into the wild.
It felt fitting in a way but also kind of fell flat for fans.
Well, there you have it. Loved it, hated it, or confused by it, "Game of Thrones" has come to a close.
Sadly, your "watch" is over.