The worst things Cersei Lannister has ever done

The worst things Cersei Lannister has ever done

The only problem is, she burned so many innocent civilians to death that there's no way she ends up on the Iron Throne without at least some resistance from the true heir Jon Snow and the vengeful Arya Stark.

Speaking about the decision to turn Daenerys into the "Mad Queen", the creators of the show David Benioff and D.B. Weiss explained: "You look at the people who have been closest to her for such a long time and nearly all of them have either turned on her or died and that's a unsafe thing for someone who has that much power to feel that isolated..." "They came into the world together and now they leave together".

Written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, and directed by Miguel Sapochnik, it's one last, epic hurrah for Game of Thrones as pure spectacle, while still making way for some strong character work, even if there are still issues therein. Instead, she could escape King's Landing and go on living her life elsewhere.

Daenerys had her mind set on a bloody rampage. Her foreboding line about ruling with fear, not love, came to fruition in the most horrific way imaginable. Either way she'll probably have to face questioning from Jon and Tyrion, who are likely horrified at what she did, just like all of us. Whatever you think of it all, Daenerys' recent actions are likely to change the finale's outcome considerably. I have always made fun of people who act like they can read eyes, but I am going to do it right now.

But Dany wasn't finished with her dragons after burning Varys to a crisp. So Daenerys might fly north to question/burn the Stark stronghold, or she could retreat to the Iron Islands to meet up with Yara Greyjoy.

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During the destruction of the city, green explosions erupted from a handful of places all over Kings' Landing.

This of course, left Cersei to fend for herself.

Despite the episode's titular bells ringing out that signaled the surrender of those still inhabiting the area, Dany annihilated women, children, Lannister soldiers in the progress of surrendering, and basically everyone else with one simple order to her dragon.

What I want to know is what Varys would have done if he was alive to see Dany destroy King's Landing.