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'Game Of Thrones' Fan Finale Rewrite Is Pretty Great

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'Game Of Thrones' Fan Finale Rewrite Is Pretty Great

'Game Of Thrones' Fan Finale Rewrite Is Pretty Great

Comicbook.com reports Game of Thrones season 8 hurt many fans' feelings, but one fan is trying to make up for it!

So screenwriter Daniel Whidden has rewritten the final GOT season, to fans' delight!

Highlights include showing Tyrion and Sansa as brave figures defending civilians... ...Jon Snow lured into conflict with the Night King when Theon is killed... ...and Dany carrying on Jon's legacy through their baby.

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