Warning: Spoilers ahead of Game of Thrones season 7, episode 6.
Put those tears on ice, Game of Thrones fans.
Before the internet could properly mourn Viserion—brought to a seemingly fiery end by the Night King's ice spear—the head White Walker revived one of Daenerys Targaryen's beloved dragons into a zombie dragon (does he breathe fire or ice now?) forcing fans into a collective "F---." As if Jon Snow didn't have enough problems.
But we're getting ahead of ourselves here. Sunday's penultimate episode was mainly focused on the battle beyond The Wall to help execute our motley crew's kind-of-shaky plan to convince Cersei Lannister to help end the Long Night. And, yes, they achieved their goal of capturing a wight. But at what price?
While there were a few heart-warming moments this battle (Jorah approving of Jon having Longclaw, Tormund describing his happily ever after with Brienne) it will mostly be remembered for not only Viserion meeting his sad end, but also for the deaths of Thoros of Myr and even Benjen Stark—who made a triumphant return at the end of the episode to save Jon Snow. (Was there really not enough room on that horse for the both of them?!)
Also, let's talk about Jon Snow for a moment: Stop. Being. A. Hero.
While the King in the North's stupid moment of pride/glory/fright led him to eventually bend the knee to his "Dany," it was also the reason he almost died himself and helped a dragon join the dark side. And if a zombie bear is any indication: THIS IS NOT GOOD.
The silver lining? All that rowing Gendry did clearly paid off, but the Hound really needs to work on his aim...
See how the internet mourned (and then panicked) over Viserion's fate — and a few who gave the Night King credit where credit was due.
Related: [Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6 Winners and Losers: Dragons Are Now Zombies, Too](https://www.wmagazine.com/story/game-of-thrones-season-7-episode-6-recap)
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