The Game of Thrones had a very uncomfortable relationship (Photo: HBO).
Throne Game star Joe Dempsey made headlines this week after he said he felt uncomfortable with the romance of Aria and Hendry in the last episode when he saw his co-star Maizie Williams grow up in the series.
Fans have already been matched in 2019. Some liked watching #Garya, while others were a little afraid of Arya’s first romantic story.
Concerning the problem pairs Thronspiel, Hendry and Arya, the fish are quite small compared to what we saw earlier in the show.
The throne play gave us an unpleasant relationship in eight series, each one more disgusting than the previous one.
Among all this, there have been some pleasant moments. Gilly and Sam were good together – albeit a bit boring – and we’re still waiting for the Tormund and Brienne derived show, but the bad outweighs the good.
Take a look at some of the most embarrassing novels of the show, from cold-blooded to elusive.
John (Keith Harington) and Ygritt (Rose Leslie)
Ygritte and John play the throne (Photo: HBO)
Let’s start with a relatively good one. Most of the time John and Ygritt spent together experienced the most moving romance of the series. They fell in love behind the wall, and they had some of the best on-screen performances we’ve ever seen in the show (stars Keith Harington and Rose Leslie met on set, of course, and married in 2018).
To say that the relationship between their characters ended badly is an understatement, even though they were on opposite sides in the battle of Black Castle and Ygritte, and died in John’s arms as enemies.
Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Shae (Sibel Kekiley)
Tyrion and Shae are playing for the throne.
These two outsiders had a nuanced and cordial attitude at the beginning of season 1, but for Tyrion and Shae it was doomed to fail when they went to Port Royal together in season 2.
Shae had to stay hidden, and that put pressure on both of them. All this came to a devastating end after she betrayed Tyrion after her forced marriage to Sansa. Seeing her sleeping with her father broke Tyrion’s heart, and eventually he shot Tywin with a crossbow and strangled Shae to death. As for the divorces, it’s pretty messy.
John and Daenerys (Emily Clark)
Daenerys and John didn’t have a happy ending in the throne game (picture: HBO).
Wait, they’re not related? Thousands of fans have thought about it since the two greatest characters of the series met in the following episodes.
The Game of Thrones never shied away from the image of an incestuous relationship, and if you can just ignore the fact that Daenerys is technically John’s aunt, you can almost forget it – they got along well with the white vagabonds together.
But the relationship between John and Daenerys failed to deliver the emotional blows required by the eighth series, and their romantic story unfolded too quickly after years of accumulation. There was also a small case of John Daenerys being stabbed last season. It’s not the happy ending many had hoped for.
Stannis (Stephen Dillan) and Melisander (Caris Van Houten)
Melisander and Stannis play the throne (Photo: HBO)
Stannis Baratheon seemed a good man at the beginning of the throne play, but his obsession with power and his romance with the red woman Melisandra made the plot more and more confusing.
After welcoming the Lord of Light into his life, he soon accepted that his brother would be killed by a Dark Demon before sacrificing his daughter on Melisandre’s orders in one of the worst moments of the show.
After he had lost everything to cruelty, Melisander decided to get up and leave him anyway.
Daenerys and Hal Drogo (Jason Momoah)
Hal Drogo and Daenerys play the throne (Photo: HBO)
The irresponsible couple in the early days of the relationship between Daenerys and Hal Drogo was driven by abuse.
As Daenerys grows in rank, she gets the respect of her husband in the first season and becomes queen of the Dothraki after his death. In the end, she learned a lot from Khal about leadership and ruthlessness, but it cost her a lot of money.
Of course, the fact that Khal grew up slowly to recognize her as his equal did not erase her unforgivable deeds in the beginning.
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Sersei (Lena Hedei) and Jaime (Nikolai Koster-Waldau)
Jaime and Cersei play for the throne (Photo: HBO)
A couple of OGs in trouble. Cersei and Jaime mark each square on a scale of contradictions. From incest to murder to blackmail, this couple was willing to do anything during the show.
The twin brothers formed a loving relationship to keep the Lannister line clean and did everything they could to protect their secret. In the very first episode of the series, we saw Jamie Bran Stark (Isak Hampstead Wright) push off the tower to discover the truth about his romance. Despite all their sins, it was an emotional shock in the gut when they reached death together in season eight (albeit slightly anticlimactic).
Sansa (Sophie Turner) and Joffrey (Jack Gleason)
Sansa and Joffrey playing for the throne (Photo: HBO)
Joffrey, one of the most disgusting, despicable and hateful villains in television history, stole the series during the first four seasons of the Game of Thrones, and poor old Sansa was the one who paid the price for his atrocities. Their marriage didn’t start off well when Joffrey killed Sansa’s father and took her to King’s Landing.
It only got worse. The young king spent all his loved ones insulting the young Stark, clearly enjoying her pain and suffering. He was one of the best characters in the series, perfectly played by Jack Gleason, but we crossed fingers for him when Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rig) poured something into her drink in season four.
Sansa and Ramsay (Ivan Reon)
Ramsay Bolton and Sansa Stark on the throne (Photo: HBO)
Just when you thought Joffrey was the biggest villain Westeros could ever make, Ramsay Bolton appeared.
Sansa was also exposed to the actions of this sample. In one of the darkest chapters in the history of the series, Ramsay forced Theon Greyjoy to watch him rape Sansa on her wedding night, and many viewers said the series went too far.
Relationships have been hell for Sansa all her life. Finally they saw her feeding Ramsey Bolton’s dog. It was a dark moment of revenge to close one of the most disturbing stories in the Throne Game.
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