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The Women of ‘Game Of Thrones’ Describe Their Perfect Ending For The Hit Series

The leading ladies of "GOT" share their dreams for the hit HBO series' imminent end.

Natalie Dormer and Dean-Charles Chapman in "Game of Thrones."

Natalie Dormer and Dean-Charles Chapman in “Game of Thrones.”

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How do you want “Game of Thrones” to end? (And, no, the answer can’t be, “By never ending!”). Now that a shortened Season 7 and 8 have been (mostly) confirmed by one of the series’ own directors, it’s time to really start thinking about how the song of ice and fire is actually going to conclude.

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Over at Entertainment Weekly, the magazine asked six of the show’s leading ladies how they’d like the series to end, and their responses run the gamut from Emilia Clarke’s plan for Dany to snag some hot guys to ride along with her and her dragons on her way to the throne (which is then tossed into the ocean, in service to actually kicking back and having fun, it’s a very complicated answer that would surely take episodes and episodes to play out) to Sophie Turner’s sweet idea that all of the Starks should be reunited (that’s oddly tempered by her plan for Sansa to share power with Littlefinger).

The best idea, though? Gwendoline Christie’s plan for a huge gathering of all the show’s many characters, all literally fighting to grab the throne, culminating in kind of a wild twist.

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With just four episodes left in this season (and, if the rumors prove true, just 17 episodes left total), the HBO series still has plenty of ground to cover, stories to tie up, characters to save (or not) and games involving actual thrones to conclude. We can’t wait. Check out the full video at EW.

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