Game of Thrones Season 8 Deaths of Episode 5, Who Died?

"Dracarys" and everything done!

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Game of Thrones Season 8 Deaths of Episode 5
Game of Thrones Season 8 Deaths of Episode 5 (Image: HBO)

“Dracarys” and everything done! Episode 5 was the most intense episode of Game of Thrones. This is most bloodiest episode of Game of Thrones history so far, full of deaths.

Despite from the 1000s of innocent citizens and soldiers, here’s the look of some major deaths of episode 5 of Game of Thrones Season 8.

Varys

This was the last episode for Varys, he was burnt alive by mother of dragon. Tyrion tells Daenerys about Varys’ betrayal. We see Daenerys is in a bad state; bags under her eyes, frazzled hair, looking sickly. Times are bad. Daenerys says Jon and Tyrion are both also at fault. Jon, against Daenerys’ orders, told Sansa about his true identity, and Tyrion, once hearing it from Sansa, told Varys.

Thankfully for Tyrion, the punishment wasn’t doled out evenly. He got a stern talking to (“the next time you fail me will be the last time you fail me”) while Varys got execution by fire. He was led from his quarters by the Unsullied to Dragonstone’s shores, where he was sentenced to die. Varys tells Tyrion he hopes he’s wrong about Daenerys, then Drogon gets his dracarys on.

People reaction on his death

Euron Greyjoy

No one ever supposed he will died like this. The scene was putted forcely, just to cover the length of episode.

When city was falling, Jaime Lannister was racing to find Cersei Lannister. On his way, Euron confronted him, whose fleet had just been Drogon’d. He asks Jaime if he wants to try and kill another king before they all die, but Jaime isn’t interested. Then Euron mentioned that he slept with Cersei and it was immediately on.

The two scuffled, and Euron stabbed Jaime twice in the ribs. It looked like ye’ ol’ Kingslayer was a goner, but he got his second wind and impaled Euron against a rock.

Qyburn

How can we forget the hand of Cersei, who died in a extremely funny and intense situation. When Cersei, he, Ser Gregor Clegane and a bunch of guards, was running down a staircase as the walls and ceilings were falling. It’s around this time that they’re confronted by Sandor Clegane.

It. Is. Clegane. Bowl. Time.

Sandor wants Gregor. Gregor wants Sandor. Gregor advances. Qyburn tries to restrain him, telling him to stay by the Queen. Gregor grabs him and, with little more than a flick of the wrist, flings him several feet. Qyburns head smashes against a wall and then smashes open against some jagged stairs.

Cersei promptly exited as inconspicuously as possible.

Sandor Clegane, Gregor Clegane

Cleganebowl finally happened, and it was glorious. Gregor started with the high ground, but it was an even match. The two clung swords together. Gregor was stronger but Sandor faster. Our sweet Hound looked to have won when he stabbed The Mountain clean in the gut, but Gregor was unperturbed.

But Gregor is literally invincible?

Gregor beats down Sandor with his massive, genetically-enhanced fists. He strangles his little brother against the wall. Sandor pulls out a dagger and pokes holes into Gregor to no avail. Nothing hurts The Big Guy. Gregor lifts Sandor and tries to split his skull Oberyn Martell-style. Before he can manage it, though, Sandor puts his dagger through Gregor’s right eye.

Gregor stumbles back and seems to be injured. But he then stabilizes himself and starts pulling the dagger out like it’s nothing. The Hound isn’t having it, and tackles his older brother through the wall. The two fall several hundred feet into a pit of Drogon fire.

Rest in power, Hound. Rest in power.

Jaime and Cersei

We earlier mentioned about their death and the whole situation, the fact is Jaime wants to live with her and die with her. Both born together and both died together.

While escaping from the building they reached the end but the gate was filled with bricks and they were not able to surpass.

They embrace. Cersei says she wants their child to live. Jaime says they’re all that matters. The ceiling falls on top of them.

They shared a womb, now they share a tomb.

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