What is Dead May Never die or something like that. With the final season of the beloved Game Of Thrones upon us, we’ve decided to pay homage to all the characters who have bent the knee and died for the cause and say a final good riddance to those who deserve their demise. The earlier seasons have been littered with huge deaths , from Ned Stark to Tywin Lannister, from the Red Wedding to the Battle of Hardhome, but season 8 takes the cake when it comes to big deaths. Here is everyone who has died so far in season 8. You have been warned, this is spoiler territory. Game of Thrones season 8: Everyone who has died so far in final season Dolorous Edd In a rather quick, but gruesome manner, the Lord Commander of the Nights Watch is stabbed in the back, whilst witnessed by longtime friend, Samwell Tarly. A terrible end for a fearless character. Lady Lyanna Mormont Her Death, although heartbreaking, was the perfect ending to represent her powerful presence. The Lady of Bear Island, … [Read more...] about Everyone who has died so far in Game of Thrones season 8
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What an episode! After arguably the greatest battle ever on Game of Thrones, there are loads of questions that need answering - like who actually survived the Battle of Winterfell, and who died fighting the dead? Here's a list of every character who died in season 8, episode 3: The Night King The most important death of them all - RIP Night King! Possibly the baddest and most mysterious (have we ever even heard him speak?) villain ever, the Night King was taken out at the very end of the episode by hero of the hour - Arya Stark! The Night King was seconds from descending on Bran Stark, when Arya came out of nowhere and attempted to attack him from behind. The Night King then grabbed Arya by the throat, but was finished when her Valyrian steel dagger found its way into his stomach. The result is the death of the dead and victory for the living. Theon Greyjoy What a character, what a hero, what a human! Theon Greyjoy fought to the bitter end, redeeming his previous … [Read more...] about Who died in Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 3?
One of the pivotal moments in the final series of Game of Thrones sees the Night King's army of the dead arrive at Winterfell for a battle to end all battles. All the main players are prepared to face their doom in the snowy climes of Winterfell but there are some that are more likely to meet their makers than others. While the likes of Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryon should be spared, the following could be dead by the end of episode three. Gilly Gilly has done what she needed to do in unearthing Jon Snow's heritage and that he is actually the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen, the late Prince of Dragonstone. Jon has realised he is Aegon Targaryen and Gilly is top of the list to die Battle of Winterfell death chances: 90% Samwell Tarly 'Go into the crypts', Sam said, 'you'll be safe in the crypts', said Sam... that was until the White Walkers bring back to life all the dead that are down there. It'll be a sad moment when Sam is no more but this is looking likely to be … [Read more...] about Every character that could die in Game of Thrones’ Battle of Winterfell
Star Wars and Game of Thrones have given Ireland an unprecedented stint in the TV and movie spotlight... but they're just the opening reel. Movies and TV shows are a huge driver of travel - inspiring up to 35pc of visitors in their choice of destination, according to Tourism Ireland. It helps then, that Ireland has such a rich repository of locations to offer and visit - from classics like The Quiet Man and Ryan's Daughter to more modern hits like Derry Girls, Line of Duty and, erm... Leap Year. Here's our pick of the best TV and movie locations in Ireland that you can actually visit... let us know what you think! 1. Skellig Michael (Star Wars) Where: The Skelligs, Co Kerry Where else? Skellig Michael was already iconic. When the Millennium Falcon swooped in over the Atlantic on its way to Ahch-To in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), however, we knew Ireland was in for some dazzling big screen exposure. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) amped it up another level, with long scenes … [Read more...] about Top 25 movie and TV locations in Ireland: From Star Wars to Game of Thrones
HBO’s epic fantasy Game of Thrones is the sort of thing that was once reserved for the super geeky, but has now hacked and dismembered its way to the mainstream. As we get closer to the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones, what a better time than right now to throw a Westeros-themed party filled with chalices of mead and ale. Since the very first season, birthdays, stag dos and even weddings have now become the perfect excuse to dress up as your favourite character and sit on a (not so) Iron Throne. But just like the Daenerys look-a-like brides out there, you don’t need travel to the Seven Kingdoms to enjoy some Westeros-style fun. To help you prepare for a season 8 shindig, here’s a guide to planning the perfect Game of Thrones get together, including some ideas for different types of Thrones-style party food and decorations. Before we get to that though, let's cover the party basics you’ll need to decide on ... 1. Location No … [Read more...] about How to throw a Game of Thrones party