Game of Thrones’ Script Explains Bran Stark’s Role During The Long Night
We, yet again, revisit days of the past when none of us could imagine how disappointed we would be after an hour. Perhaps the night was always long and full of terror, and we could not see. What was supposed to be an epic culmination of HBO’s grand TV show Game of Thrones was anything but epic. Some many theories and questions were left unanswered. This has left us craving for a season 9 or just a single episode to explain all of that. For example, what was the point of laying bodies in a circle? Where did so many Dothrakis suddenly come from for King’s Landing? Why does the Night’s Watch exist now? So, was that all Night King and The Long Night all about? Lastly, why was Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) just sitting there in the whole war?
There are so many questions that we want to have answers to but, thanks to David Benioff and D. B. Weiss we will never get them. Fortunately, all is not lost as we actually found something from the rubble. Not the rubble that Dany left at King’s Landing. The rubble that both of these swell guys left when they made the story the way we watched. We finally know what Bran Stark’s role was in The Long Night during Battle for Winterfell between Starks and the Night King.
Game of Thrones Reveal Screenplays
Cutting the chase, the screenplays of the final season were revealed at Writers Guild Foundation Shavelson-Webb Library, Los Angeles. Luckily, Insider got to have a look at them. We found plenty of some forms of explanations for the things that happened in the final season of Game of Thrones. Isaac’s character Bran Starks’ eyes were supposed to go white. Bran was supposed to warg into a raven to pilot a massive conspiracy of ravens. These ravens were converging on Winterfell from all sides.
Bran was effectively trying to scout the location of all troops in battle, including Jon Snow and Daenerys. Unfortunately, what we got to see was Bran warging into a few ravens and running into the Night King. Nothing was shown later after this and we all were forced to assume that Bran just flew away. Sigh.
Amazingly, Benioff and Weiss admitted that they did not have a clue about what they were doing in the show. We all can agree to that.