first_img Seriously all I thought Brienne was opening that book to write her own entry and when instead she smiled and added to Jaime’s, I died, resurrected myself and decided to start my own country of all women, join me— Amber Sparks (@ambernoelle) May 20, 2019 0 6:42 Thought they were letting Brienne *literally* write her own story of becoming a knight, but nope. She glorifies..Jamie. #GOT pic.twitter.com/RBlk98qeWE— Paperbag Princiss (@paperbagprnsiss) May 20, 2019 The GoT finale Very touching moment pic.twitter.com/u5eaU5ngEC— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) May 20, 2019 Some of the write-ins had Brienne letting the world know what a catch she is: “And also Ser Jaime died while telling Cersei that he was in love with Brienne who was super hot the end.” Ser Brienne of Tarth making sure Ser Jaime’s story gets told. And maybe slipping in a few details about what a catch she is. Helen Sloane/HBO Warning: This post doth contain spoilers from the finale. In the final episode of Game of Thrones, Ser Brienne of Tarth dips a feather quill and ink and sits down to record Ser Jaime Lannister’s legacy in the Book of Brothers. The volume she adds to already has the basics. Jaime was knighted and named to the Kingsguard at age 16. After killing King Aerys Targaryen, he became known as The Kingslayer. Yada yada.But Brienne wants to make sure history doesn’t forget her love’s bravest moments. In a touching scene, she adds a number of facts to the Westeros version of Wikipedia: Jaime took Riverrun from the Tully rebels without loss of life; sacrificed his childhood home in service of a greater battle strategy; and lost a hand while trying to get the two of them released as prisoners. “Also note….Ser Jamie hit it and quit it with Ser Brienne of Tarth”#GOT pic.twitter.com/KYKUk8bzQ0— Emily (@MLEkaup) May 20, 2019 Another viewer imagined Brienne as a sort of medieval Carrie Bradshaw, musing out loud in true Sex and the City style: “I couldn’t help but wonder… by writing him even further into the historical record, was i accidentally writing *myself* OUT?” ‘i couldn’t help but wonder… by writing him even further into the historical record, was i accidentally writing *myself* OUT?’ pic.twitter.com/foZqllfSEt— Bim Adewunmi (@bimadew) May 20, 2019 And some wished she’d just forgotten about Jaime altogether and written about her own formidable achievements. “Thought they were letting Brienne literally write her own story of becoming a knight, but nope,” one wrote. “She glorifies … Jaime.” Share your voice “Brienne was so good in bed that he went crazy and went to die with his sister. Yeah. that’s what happened.” pic.twitter.com/WvKRUItxgv— Zito (@_Zeets) May 20, 2019 Game of Thrones season 8 finale: Our watch has ended 6:42 Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: “And also Ser Jaime died while telling Cersei that he was in love with Brienne who was super hot the end” pic.twitter.com/9yr5i3lvHK— Dylan Goforth (@DGoforth918) May 20, 2019 187 Photos Tags See all the Game of Thrones season 8 photos pic.twitter.com/3nVjX7S3PI— Ben Mekler (@benmekler) May 20, 2019 Season 8 episode 6 recap: Game over Where did every character end up? Who won the game? It’s complicated Originally published May 19. Others suggested Brienne just had a few random thoughts she needed to get on paper.  Now playing: Watch this: Game of Thrones season 8 finale: Our watch has ended But is that all she wrote? Twitter, naturally, has some amusing ideas about what other notes Brienne might have jotted about the guy who loved her and left her.”Total fuckboi,” one user penciled in under a passage about his heroic deeds in battle. Wrote another: “Also note … Ser Jaime hit it and quit it with Ser Brienne of Tarth.” TV and Movies Game of Thrones HBOlast_img