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Fans Were Definitely Caught Off Guard By Daenerys' Rapid Descent Into Darkness On 'Game Of Thrones'

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If you haven't watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones and are looking to avoid SPOILERS of any kind, then we advise you to quit reading now.

"The Bells," the penultimate episode of the eighth and final season of the hit show, saw Daenerys Targaryen torch King's Landing in a shocking depiction of genocide.

It was grisly, disturbing, and many fans were shocked by the turn of events, accusing the writers of doing Daenerys dirty.

Yes, some people were pretty miffed.

And the memes came rolling in.

We have one more episode before this show is over for good. Daenerys is unlikely to escape without facing some consequences––especially not if Arya Stark has anything to do with it.

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