7 Most Satisfying Game of Thrones Moments (So Far)

7 Most Satisfying Game of Thrones Moments (So Far)

Here is a list of 7 most satisfying Game of Thrones moments (so far)!

 

 

The Cave Action (“Kissed by Fire”)
How awesome was it when Jon Snow, who knew nothing, hooked up with Ygrite the Wildling? The answer is “super awesome!” Despite their differences, the two lovebirds eventually fall for each other. In fact, her kiss made Jon break his vow and they do the deed in a cave. Finally, Jon’s Johnson got some action!

 

 

A King Needs a Crown (“A Golden Crown”)
Long before we had Ramsay, and Joffrey was still a pipsqueak, there was this jerk – Viserys Targaryen, Dany’s blonde brother. He is like the worst brother ever. I mean WAS. He believed that The Iron Throne belongs to him as a birthright, so to get back to Westeros he sold his own sister to Khal Drogo and demanded warriors. Unfortunately for him, Daenerys and Khal Drogo end up actually falling in love. In a fit of rage, Viserys threatens to cut out her unborn child during a celebration, which in retrospective, was a really dumb thing to say to a bunch of horse-worshiping savages. So Khal Drogo gives him the Golden Crown he really deserves, which is literally a bowl of burning hot molten gold to the face.


The Purple Wedding (“The Lion and the Rose”)
Let’s talk about Joffrey Baratheon for a minute. How happy were you to see that bastard go down? I got drunk and ordered pizza! Just seeing his face get all purple and veiny was good enough for me, but watching Cersei suffer was a great bonus. Yeah, humans are really conflicted, effed up creatures.


Avenging the Red Wedding (“The Winds of Winter”)
Speaking of weddings, we all remember the “Red Wedding”, it was one of the most WTF moments of the first (was it the first?) season, where Walder Frey became one of the most detestable characters after he betrayed and slaughtered Robb and Catelyn Stark. But the Karma police never sleep. At the beginning of season 7 a nameless servant reveals to Frey that she’s killed, carved, and baked his own sons into a pie that he ate. She takes off her face and we see Arya, who then slices Frey’s throat open. Incredibly satisfying kill.


Jon’s Resurrection (“Home”)
Remember that season finale where some of the Black Brothers stabbed Jon Snow to death and we had to wait for a whole freaking year to see what happens next? Yeah, he broke the Internet that year, as fans were wondering how he can be brought back to life. And of course he was resurrected by the Red Priestess Melissandre. Whew!


The Death of Ramsay Bolton (“Battle of the Bastards”)
The dude literally tortures Theon and cuts off his hotdog, abuses Sansa, has his stepmother and newborn brother fed to the hounds, and the list goes freaking ON. How do you NOT want to see him die the worst death possible? Sure, watching Jon beat his face into a bloody pulp was pretty satisfying, but Sansa unleashing Ramsay’s own starving hounds on him was the perfect way to end him. Poetic justice and all that.


Daenerys and her Dragons Fireblast the Undead (“Death is the Enemy”)
Okay, real talk, we all knew this moment was coming since the day the R+L=J theory was no longer a theory, but knowing and having it play out as it did is not the same thing! Jon and his little suicide squad managed to capture a wight but got surrounded by the King and his undead army. Basically there was no hope for them, except for if Dany came and rescued them all. I gotta say, the few minutes where her dragons spew fire, incinerating hundreds of zombies in one blow has to be the most satisfying thing I’ve seen so far. And of course, Jon and Dany flirting was cute AF. Too bad he’s her nephew. Then again, the Targaryens always kept it in the family. Ugh… I can’t believe we only have like 10 episode of this show left, but I’m certain they will be spectacular!

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