Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5: Twitterati is Unhappy with Daenerys Targaryen, Tag her the 'Mad Queen'
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This week's episode of Game of Thrones was underwhelming. I am still trying to find a better word for disappointment and wonder if the writers were too lazy to come up with anything better. From Daenerys Targaryen's brutal decision to Cersei Lannister's death (so easily), every aspect of this fifth episode of season 8 was frustrating and annoying. It's sad for the makers decided to keep the worst for the last. No wonder the season is one of the lowest rated on Rotten Tomatoes and the margin is too huge to ignore. Game of Thrones 8 Episode 5 Recap: From the Rise of the Mad Queen to Major Deaths, Everything That Happened in ‘The Last War’ (SPOILER ALERT).

It was disheartening to see the mad side of Daenerys Targaryen, especially since she was determined to bring a 'good change' in the seven kingdoms. Yes, she was grieving from the loss of Rheagal and Missandei but claiming the lives of innocents was no solution to it. Twitterati is mighty upset with this new side of hers and some are even siding with Cersei, praying for her to survive. GoT makers are known for giving some abrupt twists to their script and this is exactly what we were dreading about. Game Of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5: Drogon Burns it All and Twitterati Thinks He Deserves the Iron Throne.

Check out the tweets by upset Twitter users who are calling out Daenerys Targaryen for her poor decision.

  Where's her legacy?

Mercy, ya, right?

Excited for the finale? No more.

Yea, it's the writers' fault

Like father like Daughter

She will die in the next episode?

True!

Disappointment

We all were rooting for her

Her decisions were totally inspired by the death of her loved ones and it may be too soon to tag her as the Mad Queen. Yet, it's essential to see the stark difference between her own beliefs. From the one who wanted to get loved to the one who was fine with being feared, her character evolution definitely went for a toss in this new season. Let's hope the Iron Throne gets its rightful ruler (you know what we mean).