The season four finale of HBO’s Game of Thrones leaves those who haven’t read the books wondering what will happen next.
There may have been the usual plot twists, turns and slaughters, but fans remained engrossed in the medieval show that’s got everyone hooked. As expected, they took to Twitter, live tweeting the episode and putting enough spoilers online to kill a dragon.
First, a warning.
Welcome to the season finale of @GameOfThrones. HBO is not responsible for any feelings or emotions. Enjoy the show!
— Arya Stark (@SassyArya_) June 16, 2014
Some were in disbelief.
I can believe flying dragons. I can’t believe 100 pound Daenerys effortlessly lifting 200 pound cast iron dragon leashes. #GameOfThrones
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) June 16, 2014
Others were thrilled.
— Brad Goreski (@mrbradgoreski) June 16, 2014
We don’t see anything wrong with this.
Is it wrong to say the best part of my Father’s Day Sunday is that the @GameOfThrones season finale is at the end?
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) June 16, 2014
This sums it up.
oh mannnnnnnnn game of thrones
— Professor Green (@professorgreen) June 16, 2014
The fact that I’m going to have to wait another 9-10 months for Season 5 of Game of Thrones makes me…. Sad.
— Jev (@FaZeJev) June 16, 2014
But then the spoilers came.
— Sophie Caley (@sophiecaley) June 16, 2014
No matter what, fans will stay hooked until the end.
Arya, The Hound & Tyrion are what keeps me watching Game of Thrones. I’ll probably keep watching until George R.R Martin kills my family.
— Sigourney Beaver (@OreoSpeedwagon_) June 16, 2014
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