'Goodbye Game of Thrones': Cast pay tribute to game changing series

'Goodbye Game of Thrones': Cast pay tribute to game changing series

Maisie Williams has just wrapped the final season of "Game of Thrones", and her bloody farewell post has fans of the hit HBO series excited - and vexed. At 13 years old, she was selected for the role over 300 other young actresses. She is wearing black jeans and white sneakers covered in fake blood. Couple it with the bloody shoes and you've got the flawless recipe to keep rabid fans busy for however long it takes "Game of Thrones" to come back to our television sets and finally finish its epic story.

In June, on-screen sister (and real-life best friend) Sophie Turner - who plays Sansa Stark - had fans wound up after tattoo artist Lauren Winzer posted a photo on Instagram revealing some new ink she'd given Sophie: a direwolf sigil with the phrase "The pack survives".

It remains to be seen what's really in store for the women of Thrones, but having suffered for so long - seen her dad executed, gone blind, having to remember that list - it appears that even more misery is in store for Arya in the show's final six episodes.

Clarke's post was far more pleasing on the eye than William's blood stained shoes, it showcased Belfast's lovely flowers rather than the show's famous gore. "What a joy I've had".

Most of the world has to wait until 2019 to find out how Game of Thrones ends, but there are a lucky few who know who ends up on the Iron Throne-like the cast and crew of the show, for example. "Here's to the adventures to come".

"That would be awful if I got the ending tattooed on my body, just before the last season came out", she told Digital Spy.

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