‘Game of Thrones’: 1 Major Sansa Storyline Would Have Never Happened if George R.R. Martin Had His Way

After his eight-season run on HBO, it’s no secret that Game of Thrones they came from George RR Martin Song of Ice and Fire series. However, before season 5 the TV series began to spread out on their own and move past the store material. More than a year after the end of the series, fans are still debating why Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) turned Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) into Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) during season 5. Was he really ignorant? about Ramsay’s reputation? According to Martin, that story would never have happened if it had been on its way.

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Author of ‘Game of Thrones’ George RR Martin | Kevin Winter / Getty images

Game of Thrones demonstrators changed one key detail in the pilot

While the beginning of the series remained largely loyal to Martin’s books, the exhibitors made one major change to the show’s pilot.

Fresh Game of Thrones oral history with the title Fire cannot kill a dragon he has just visited bookstores. Recorded, Martin criticizes presenters David Benioff and DB Weiss for changing the look of Daenerys Targaryen’s (Emilia Clarke) wedding night with Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa)

according to NME, the sex scene is consensual in Martin’s book. But Benioff and Weiss chose to force the switch to the TV pilot.

“He knows the Boltons are scary and creepy and unreliable,” Cogman said.

But according to Winter is coming, Sansa is still in the Vale in Martin ‘s books and Littlefinger marries a girl named Jeyne Poole to Ramsay. Jeyne was Sansa’s best friend as a child, and she woke up in Littlefinger’s arms.

Jeyne appeared in one early scene of Game of Thrones but he was never seen or heard of. The exhibitors chose to replace Jeyne and Ramsay’s wife with Sansa.

Every eight seasons of Game of Thrones available on HBO Max. Fire cannot kill a dragon available in bookstores.

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