Why Missandei's death on Game Of Thrones felt particularly problematic

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Spoilers ahead! Do not proceed if you haven't watched Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones, "The Bells." .

These episodes have, collectively, given us more "holy s**t" moments than most TV shows combined, so what about the final one?

"Dany's an incredibly strong person". Yet each brutal maneuver that bought her a bit more time or power also cost her allies until the queen was alone and overrun.

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What's worse, Missandei's final words, "Dracarys", hark back to how Daenerys liberated her in season three, by burning the city of Astapor to the ground.

After being collected from his chambers, he was brought to Dany, where she waited with her single remaining dragon, Drogon, and let rip with a "dracarys".

"She starts off in this final season trapped in a web of her own making, as is usual with Cersei", Headey told the outlet. Tired soldiers and a depleted fighting force meant Euron Greyjoy was able to launch a stealth attack on Dany's defenses, killing her dragon Rhaegal, and capturing one of her most trusted advisors, Missandei. Just as the civilians of King's Landing rang the titular bells of surrender, Dany clamped her eyes on the Red Keep and made a decision to fulfill her father's wish to burn it all.

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The Game of Thrones creators went on, explaining that Jon was 100 percent "in denial" of Dany's fate.

"We knew these two were going to die together and at each other's hands and we knew that the Hound's death had to be a death by fire", Weiss said of the pair's plunge into fiery destruction.

Arya survived the episode, but Jaime and Cersei did not - in a move that was also destined from the beginning of the series.

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After they left Winterfell together, Arya told the Hound that she didn't intend to return home, so if she were to go down fighting, or perhaps even win in a bout with the Mother of Dragons and stick around to help clean up the mess, that would certainly make good on that promise. "Jaime talked about dying in the arms of the woman he loved, and this is it", Benioff said. It's the episode that Emilia Clarke said would be the biggest of them all, and look, are we prepared? "He knows what matters to him, and Cersei's what matters to him". See more in the video below.