Warning: This publish doth comprise spoilers from the finale.
Within the, Ser Brienne of Tarth takes a feather quill and ink and sits right down to document Ser Jaime Lannister’s legacy within the Ebook of Brothers. The quantity she provides to already has the fundamentals. Jaime was knighted and named to the Kingsguard at age 16. After killing King Aerys Targaryen, he turned often called The Kingslayer. Yada yada.
However Brienne desires to ensure historical past would not overlook her love’s bravery. In a touching scene, she provides various information to the Westeros model of Wikipedia: Jaime took Riverrun from the Tully rebels with out lack of life; sacrificed his childhood residence in service of a larger battle technique; and misplaced a hand whereas attempting to get the 2 of them launched as prisoners.
However is that every one she wrote? Twitter, naturally, has some amusing concepts about what different notes Brienne may need jotted on the man who liked her and left her.
“Whole fuckboi,” one person penciled in underneath a passage about his heroic deeds in battle. Wrote one other: “Additionally be aware … Ser Jaime hit it and stop it with Ser Brienne of Tarth.”
One other viewer imagined Brienne as a type of medieval Carrie Bradshaw, musing out loud in true Intercourse and the Metropolis type: “I could not assist however surprise… by writing him even additional into the historic document, was i by chance writing *myself* OUT?”
A number of the write-ins had Brienne letting the world know she was Jaime’s real love: “And likewise Ser Jaime died whereas telling Cersei that he was in love with Brienne who was tremendous scorching the tip.”
Others steered Brienne simply had a couple of random ideas she wanted to get on paper.
And a few wished she’d simply forgotten about Jaime altogether and written about her personal formidable achievements. “Thought they had been letting Brienne actually write her personal story of changing into a knight, however nope,” one wrote. “She glorifies … Jaime.”
Initially revealed 10:33 p.m. PT Could 19.