Why Lyanna Mormont Needed That Epic Moment During the Battle of Winterfell

Arya Stark Extemely Excited to see dragon

Arya Stark Extemely Excited to see dragon

A scene-stealer since the first time she popped up in season five, Game of Thrones creators David Benioff & D.B. Weiss admitted in the Inside The Episode feature that while Lyanna was originally meant to be a one-scene-character, once they met Bella Ramsey, they realized they "would not be doing their jobs if they kept her as a one-scene character, as he performed was just *that* magnetic".

"You'll get to know Emilia, ask her all the tea (but no final episode spoilers) on what it was like to be part of this fantastic show and take tons of fun photos that'll help you remember this day forever".

The fearless, no-nonsense and super courageous Lady Mormont has been winning hearts since she first appeared on the show but yesterday's heroics cemented her place in TV history for being the biggest, boldest fighter ever!

"She was going to go at some point because everyone does and this way she went was the best way she could have", the actress said, later adding: "I wanted to either end up on the Iron Throne or have a really good death".

In fact, the popular character lasted longer than she was originally slated to.

Petition to replace David & Goliath with Lyanna & The Giant STAT! But her stellar performance had them wanting more.

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Pour one out for the Night King.

And the viral reaction to her character wasn't something that Ramsey expected, she told Entertainment Weekly. But then the fan response ignited: "It was mad", she said.

When it came to filming the death scene, Ramsey said director Miguel Sapochnik was helpful, giving her a "great bit of direction".

For shooting the exhausting, frantic battle sequence, Ramsey says one of the stunt coordinators chose to surround her with stunt men to make sure she wouldn't get caught in the stampede of extras and rushing bodies. "He said to me, 'Just to be yourself and tell the truth, ' and that's something I've found very useful and try and do in every interview". "It was sheer determination and courage that she wasn't intimidated by this giant, this was just another object to face in the battle", she says.

She added: "My only real bit of fighting is just stabbing". It was good and intense with wind and fake snow.

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