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All of the Best Bran Starks Memes, Tweets, GIFs & Jokes

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While Game of Thrones has long been known for things such as plotting, writing, violence, nudity, betrayal, costume design, and set creation, comedy has never been one of the first things mentioned when discussing the iconic HBO series.

However, ever since the artist formerly known as Bran Stark made his way south of the Wall and back around people he *used* to know, he’s been full of comedic moments (intentional or otherwise) for the entire final season.

WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS FOR SEASON 8, EPISODE 3 OF ‘GAME OF THRONES’ WILL FOLLOW AFTER THE GIFs.

However, while Bran has been the focal point of thousands of memes, tweets, and GIFs ever since he became the Three-Eyed Raven, the Bran-centric comedy seemed to hit a boiling point during the third episode of the final season, “The Long Night”.

As every living good guy fought for the future of humanity in the battle against the dead, Bran — arguably the most powerful weapon they have — was off … well, that’s the thing, no one really knew what the hell he was doing.

And because Twitter is Twitter, everyone was feeling some type of way about the Three-Eyed Raven’s contribution to the Battle of Winterfell and made sure the internet heard them.

everybody: *dying*#BranStark : pic.twitter.com/it2DuwCk3h

— COED (@COED) April 29, 2019

Someone said Bran was watching Endgame the whole time lmaooo 💀#GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/6rj8hXfSJY

— JJ (@jxrxmyjxb) April 29, 2019

Everyone is fighting for their lives to save humanity*#GameofThrones

Bran: pic.twitter.com/OEuK58up5g

— joseph bouhanef (@joe_b13) April 29, 2019

when you realize you're too fucked up to still be at the bar #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/NgwMKjS1c6

— COED (@COED) April 29, 2019

Where #BranStark warged off to when everyone was getting murdered in Winterfell 🏝#GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/JGgcsgZcva

— The Ringer (@ringer) April 29, 2019

Bran waiting for the Night King to post up at the Godswood:#GameOfThrones #BranStark pic.twitter.com/sS54GRZMT1

— Thomas Silverman (@tommy_silverman) April 22, 2019

Bran sitting in his wheelchair all episode. #BranStark #GameOfThornes pic.twitter.com/2354qLUUSH

— Rosie Oganesian (@Rosieogan) April 29, 2019

Every group project ever…where would we be without Arya #AryaStark #BranStark #JonSnow #Sansa #GOTS8E3 pic.twitter.com/iAdU72Y3TG

— SeattleDataGuy (@SeattleDataGuy) April 29, 2019

Bran watching the Night King taking out his sword without spoiling Arya surprise attack. #gameofthrones #aryastark #branstark pic.twitter.com/mlGDSQMGmp

— Anime Comicbook (@animecomicbook) April 29, 2019

*The baddest motherfucker in Westeros in charge of 100,000 undead soldiers, dozens of White Walkers, and more magic than Merlin walks up to an unarmed crippled kid in a wheelchair*

Bran: pic.twitter.com/RWf8anV950

— Clemin Durant (@TheClemReport) April 29, 2019

And for what Bran was *actually* doing during the Battle of Winterfell, one can only hope that the Game of Thrones writers chose to explain it over the course of the final three episodes.

Or at the very least, turn it into a comedic moment between Bran and Arya where they have a good old fashioned sibling rivalry about who was the MVP in the Great War.

The eighth and final season of HBO’s generation-defining, Emmy Award-winning drama ‘Game of Thrones’ — which first premiered on April 17, 2011 — will air its final episode on Sunday, May 19 at 9 p.m. EST.


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