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Her ending was the only sensible ending possible unless your a psychopath just wanting blood. It’s not about a happy ending, it’s about respecting the Don’t Make Me Act Like Daddy Shirt character arcs and narrative developments of the show, and to give us a cohesive theme. George’s writing has never been shocking for shock’s sake. There are events you don’t see coming, but in hindsight they always make sense. S5-6 started to show frays, and most of S7-8, if not all, have made absolutely no sense at all. Quality dropped. Why do directors always seem to think they know better than the authors, if they did, they’d be writing shows instead of hijacking stories. Sure, but they signed on to adapt his work knowing full well his timeline in releasing them. We’re not talking about the books, we’re talking about the tv series.
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I would like to imagine that competent writers could have added on to George’s work instead of faltering when they could no longer rely on it. I don’t even care about Mad Queen Dany. I can actually see that happening even in the books. The problem is the execution. Although she has been cruel before, she was cruel to people she deemed worthy of it– slavers, masters, traitors. She has Don’t Make Me Act Like Daddy Shirt never turned on non-combatants. Her whole downfall begins by rescuing Mirri Maz Duur and other Lhazareen women from rape, leading to the sacrifice of her child. For her to turn on the people of King’s Landing when they are clearly innocent, and when the soldiers have fully surrendered, is atrocious. Her central theme is destiny, but not just in terms of the throne or dragons. It’s the legacy of her family, of the madness she knows and fears and fights at every turn. I don’t care that she succumbs to it, I care how she did.