Game Of Thrones’ Jaime Lannister was originally set to take the Iron Throne

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Sport Of Thrones author George R R Martin initially had a complete new ending deliberate out for his fantasy epic.

Whereas followers have been left disillusioned as Bran Stark ended up ruling the Seven Kingdoms, it seems Jaime Lannister ought to have taken the Iron Throne as an alternative.

That’s proper, Watchers On The Wall shared the primary define despatched to publishers, which they declare was tweeted out in a now deleted put up by the writer of the ASOIAF books, Harper Collins.

And it seems the writer had plans to make Jaime king.

‘Jaime Lannister will follow Joffrey on the throne of the Seven Kingdoms, by the simple expedient of killing everyone ahead of him in the line of succession and blaming his brother Tyrion for the murders,’ Martin wrote.

He went onto add: ‘Exiled, Tyrion will change sides, making common cause with the surviving Starks to bring his brother down…’

Jaime’s ending within the HBO sequence was a lot extra tragic, as he ended up dying within the arms of his sister, and lover, Cersei.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who performs the fallen hero, gave his verdict on their ending shortly after followers watched King’s Touchdown come crashing down.

‘I thought it was a great ending for that couple,’ the Danish-born actor advised Leisure Weekly. ‘She was never going to surrender.’

He added: ‘And he says it to Bronn (Jerome Flynn) in season 4. Bronn requested, “How would you want it to end?” And Jaime says, “In the arms of the woman I love.”

‘So this was foreshadowed and that’s what occurred.’

The star went on: ‘There’s a least a second that they do join: “Just look at me, just look in my eyes, it’s just you and me…”’

The franchise is presently engaged on a spin-off sequence, which is able to reportedly be based mostly round Home Targaryen.

Whereas the one confirmed spin-off is a prequel provisionally titled Bloodmoon, one other spin-off has seemingly been given the green-light based mostly on creator George RR Martin’s companion guide Hearth & Blood.

In line with Deadline, the Sport Of Thrones writer and Colony co-creator Ryan Condal have written the sequence for HBO, which is about 300 years earlier than the occasions of the unique and charts the start of the tip for Home Targaryen.



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