Game of Thrones 8 Episode 5: Twitterati Makes Memes on Daenerys’ Destruction of King’s Landing and Jon Snow Being Jon Snow – Read Tweets

Sreeju Sudhakaran
Daenerys' 'Mad Queen' turn was the hot topic of discussion on social media, with Twitterati making jokes on her transformation and wanton destruction.

If there is one person who ruled over the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, it is none other than Daenerys Targaryen. The show finally confirmed her becoming the Mad Queen. But at a huge cost, though, as the Dragon Queen completed her father's wish of 'Burn Them All'. In her anger towards Cersei Lannister for the deaths of her dragon Rhaegal and her friend Missandei, Daenerys and her dragon, Drogon, laid waste to King's Landing and the destruction killed Cersei, Jaime and many innocent citizens. Game of Thrones 8 Episode 5 Recap: From the Rise of the Mad Queen to Major Deaths, Everything That Happened in ‘The Last War’ (SPOILER ALERT).

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So naturally, Daenerys' 'Mad Queen' turn was the hot topic of discussion on social media, with Twitterati making jokes on her transformation and wanton destruction. The other targets of the memes and jokes were Jon Snow once again doing nothing other than being a bystander and Arya Stark spending most of her time running. Game of Thrones 8 Episode 5: All the Major Deaths That Happened in the Bells Aka the Last War (SPOILER ALERT).

Check out the jokes and memes that have been made on the latest episode of Game of Thrones:

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The fifth episode of Game of Thrones may have been high on technical aspects and is impressive in its scale. But it has also disappointed the GoT fans for being very low on character development and rushing things through.