Game of Thrones put almost every character in danger in season eight of the HBO epic.
It all came to a head during episode three of the season, when the Night King (played by Vladimir Furdik) attacked Winterfell with his army.
Luckily the innocent residents of Winterfell found refuge in the crypts of the city, away from the fighting.
But unfortunately for those hiding out, it was revealed the crypts were full of the dead, who rose up and attacked when the Night King arrived.
Although some fans thought this was a strange decision for the cast to make, no major character was killed in the crypt.
But it turns out this event was foreshadowed all the way back in season one by Osha (Natalia Tena).
Shortly after Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) and Hodor (Kristian Nairn) teamed up with Osha she was threatened with being put in the Winterfell crypts for sneaking onto the lands.
But this idea was not loved by Osha, as she outright refused to go to a place inhabited solely by dead people as she had just come from beyond the Wall, where the white walkers resided.
Osha expressed fear at being trapped with the dead, as they had a habit of coming back from the grave.
If the residents of the city were to pay attention to Osha’s warnings in season eight, the residents may not have been put in danger.
“It was Cersei who betrayed Dany and killed her best friend [Missandei].”
They added: “Why not simply burn the Red Keep and Iron Fleet alone? Why did she have to kill the rest of the city too?”
This was the final straw for Jon, and was ultimately a bad move by Daenerys, bringing her reign to an end.
Although Daenerys took the city by force, the unreasonable murder of many members of the city is what eventually brought the cast’s respect for Daenerys down.
But if Daenerys changed her actions at the last minute, would she have survived until the end of the show?
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