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As with all of our Game Of Thrones content, this post is dark and full of spoilers. No, seriously, we're dealing with Game of Thrones deaths this time — no faster way to ruin a series than by knowing who dies. Seriously, if you're not caught up, stop reading. You've been warned. Moving forward, popular YouTuber, Leon Andrew Razon Compilations decided it would be useful to the GoT fandom to compile EVERY. SINGLE. DEATH. the show has even seen seasons 1-7.
Frankly speaking, we think the whole concept is a little, well, twisted. Then again, we're talking about a show riddled with incest and dragons. Twisted is sort of the whole motif, if you will. Go ahead and take a look at the video below, it's pretty friggin' impressive ...oh, and bloody.
That was a lot, yeah? Maybe we should talk this out a bit, you know, so no one leaves the article traumatized or anything. It's one thing to watch the violence in hour-long segments, it's another to see an entire series worth of slaughter all at once. A couple of things:
OK, we actually really loved the fact that they included the animal deaths. Dire wolves, horses, dragons — all these creatures are equally as important as the degenerates fighting over the damn Iron Throne. In fact, most fans get more emotional watching the animals die than the people.
Is it terrible to admit that with the exception of a handful of people we hardly notice the death anymore? Sure, the bloodshed is unsettling (and gross) but unless it's a major character we're afraid we've become desensitized. No joke, we only noticed Little Finger dying this past season.....holy crap, we ignored a lot of death. Are we bad people? What has GoT turned us into?
We can't help but wonder, how big is the death toll going to be by the end of the show? Would it be in poor taste to take bets? Erm, most likely — but it seems more entertaining than fantasy football. We'll circle back with the idea.
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