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Warning: Major spoilers for the Game of Thrones series finale ahead!
The Game of Thrones ends with some major surprises, including the selection of a new king who neither won it by birthright or by conquest. In the end, it's Bran Stark who sits on the throne (though not the Iron Throne), and he gets there by the votes of a council — a first for the Seven Kingdoms. In the aftermath of the Battle of King's Landing and the death of Daenerys, a group assembles consisting of the surviving leaders of the great houses that are still standing after everything that has happened. There are some familiar faces, but also a few who don't seem like they should be there. Let's break down everyone who's seen in that scene.
Handful - Characters - Reasons - Stark - Children
A handful of the characters are there for obvious reasons. All three of the Stark children are there, including Sansa in her role as Lady of Winterfell and the de facto head of the house. Gendry appears as well, in his new role as the legitimate Lord of Storm's End and the last Baratheon, while Yara...
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