They knew of Joffrey’s sadism and plotted to kill him and have malleable Tommen married off as King to Margaery instead. Oberyn was consumed by grief and righteous indignation that he became careless and flustered when he thought The Baby Pooh And Eeyore Shirt Mountain was going to die before confessing to the murder of his sister and her children. These are surprising, but not arbitrary. They make sense with what we know of the characters, their history, their personality. They make narrative sense, always propelling things forward, towards more complex scenarios, like a war ought to be. When people complain about Arya killing the Night King, it’s not because it doesn’t make sense for her, specifically, because we know she is trained and whatnot, it’s because it doesn’t make sense for Jon, because HIS character has been built up as the one who faces the Northern threat.
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Sexists complaining because Arya is a girl is something else, of course. D&D basically confirms that they made it Arya because Jon or Dany would be too obvious. They made choices, and continue to make choices, that are based on meta-factors, to the detriment of the narrative, character arcs and years of development. Daenerys was okay with her brothers head being melted by gold at the Baby Pooh And Eeyore Shirt beginning of the show. She was okay with murdering a bunch of slavers after taking over the city by force. And she killed the Khals. She has always been a violent character and she only grew more corrupt with power over time. Now, kill the five people she loves most in the world and sees how she reacts. Seems like fire to me. I don’t think anyone was expecting a happy ending, what most people wanted was an unexpected ending. Some twists and shocking moments.