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Game of Thrones To Shoot Multiple Endings For Series Finale

Game of Thrones Season 8 Multiple Endings

Game of Thrones Season 8 Multiple Endings Makes Emilia Go Like…



Why Multiple Endings For Game of Thrones Season 8? 

Game of Thrones is planning to work hard to avoid leaks for its highly anticipated eighth and final season.

Speaking at Bethlehem’s Moravian College last week, HBO programming president Casey Bloys revealed that Game of Thrones will film multiple endings for the series so even the show’s cast doesn’t know how the story will end.


I know in Game of Thrones, the ending, they’re going to shoot multiple versions so that nobody really knows what happens,” Bloys was quoted as saying. “You have to do that on a long show. Because when you’re shooting something, people know. So they’re going to shoot multiple versions so that there’s no real definitive answer until the end.”


Game of Thrones suffered multiple leaks last season, with Spoils of War being leaked by Indians. Then HBO accidentally aired its sixth episode Beyond The Wall, a few days prior to its release date. Dan Weiss even refused to tell media about their plan to prevent leaks for Game of Thrones Season 8. He replied, “We don’t even want to tell you because if we do then somebody will figure out how to circumvent the things that we’re doing.”

What Do We Know So Far About Game of Thrones Season 8 Premiere Date?

GoT is going into production in October and will debut its final season — which consists of six episodes — in either late 2018 or 2019. Comments by Casey Bloys can be found here.




The thought of Game of Thrones Season 8 multiple endings is interesting. Leave your comments on what those endings may look like. Will Cersei die and Jon Snow/Daenerys will rule Westeros? Will the Night King be defeated? Or would the Night King destroy everything? Who will survive the Great War in the end? So many questions and on top of that even the actors won’t know. So maybe there will be multiple leaks for each possible ending? Only time will tell.

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Is The Night King Headed To Isle of Faces Or Winterfell Or Both?

Is Night King Headed To Isle of Faces?

In the final moments of Game of Thrones‘ seventh season, we saw the Night King bring down the Wall at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea and then crossing into Westeros with the army of the dead at his back. There are a couple of places the Night King might be heading while mounted on undead/wight dragon Viserion, along with his army of the dead.

Can he be headed to Isle of Faces? Possibly, yes. The Isle of Faces is an island located at the center of Gods Eye, an immense lake on the south-eastern edge of the Riverlands and the north-western edge of the Crownlands. The castle of Harrenhal lies on the coast of the lake to the north of the isle.

Isle of Faces

Isle of Faces on Westeros Map

The Isle of Faces has significant importance for the people of Westeros. It is regarded as a sacred place where the Old of Westeros . According to a myth, it was here that the Children of the Forest and the First Men signed The Pact, the treaty that ended centuries of warfare between the two peoples.

Isle of Faces

The Pact Between The Children of the Forest and the First Men

Priests of the Old Gods known as the Green Men dwell here since the Andals invasion. According to legend, the island is filled with weirwood trees. Each of the trees has a face, carved in witness to the signing of the Pact. Rumor is that the Green Men keep the common folk of Westeros away from the Isle of Faces with magic. The Night King might want to use the magical powers of the Isle to give life to his undead army. Game of Thrones series has mentioned Gods Eye a few times inwhere the isle of faces resides.



Night King Headed to Winterfell and then Isle of Faces?

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Army of the Dead forms a Stark Sigil at Eastwatch

There was this a tiny detail in Game of Thrones Season 7 finale where army of the dead while crossing the wall at Eastwatch formed a Stark sigil. Some people have theorized that Brandon Stark is the Night King which the actor Isaac Hempstead Wright who plays Brandon Stark has rejected. What if the Night King is Brandon Stark? Anyway, the first stop for the Night King after taking Castle Black will most likely be Winterfell. We will most likely witness a battle between Jon Snow, Daenerys and her dragons and the Night King and his undead dragon.


To go more crazy, Night King (who is Brandon Stark?) will march upon Winterfell and then King’s Landing. He will kill all the main surviving characters of Game of Thrones and then go to the Gods Eye where Isle of Faces is and revive all those who are dead. A win in the end for Westerosis. So basically Brandon will totally annihilate the army of the dead and bring everyone back to the living.

Let’s see if this crazy theory plays out this way. What do you all think? Leave your comments.