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Upset with an episode that made fans happy, GoT fans demand deaths of their favourite characters next week

23, Jun 2016 By Sandeep Kadian

Westeros: 9th episode of the 6th season of Game Of Thrones left almost all Game Of Thrones fans happy and this has upset a vast majority of the fans. Fans are now demanding deaths of some of their favourite characters next week else they will boycott the 7th season of the show.

Jon Snow
Jon didn’t die despite facing such odds

The 9th episode aired last Sunday and just like the 9th episodes of previous seasons, was an action packed event. Jon Snow won the battle of the bastards with help from the knights of the Vale, Sansa fed Ramsay to the dogs; Khaleesi defeated the slave masters emphatically and formed an alliance with the Greyjoy siblings. All these positive developments haven’t gone down well with the fans who are used to getting their hearts broken on the show.

“What is this, I am not supposed to feel good while watching this show. There are several other TV shows and films for that kind of crap. I watch Game Of Thrones to get punched in the gut, having my heart pulled out of my chest and stomped on by the writers, that is what enjoying GoT is all about. This episode was too good and the smile never left my face. Yeah Rickon died but who cares about Rickon, he is like Congress in UP elections. Now HBO better kill some big shots in next episode or I am done”, said Arvind, a long time fan of the show.

Another show fan, Smriti joined in and added,”They have to kill one of the main characters now to make up for this. Only something as big as the Red Wedding will suffice, one person’s death like Hodor’s death sequence is not enough to make up for all this positivity. They need to bring in the big hitters, maybe kill Arya or Tyrion or Dany. Can’t kill Jon Snow again this year in the final episode so he is out.”

Meanwhile, HBO has asked the fans to keep patience and has assured viewers that all their favourite characters will die sooner or later.