And as quickly as things seemed like they'd devolve into chaos, order was once again restored with a new lineup instilled to rule in Westeros. Ser Brienne of Tarth, the newly knighted battle-hardy warrior, found her place in the story's final act… writing in a book.
OK, it was not just any book. The Book of Brothers has had a long history on the show, first appearing on the program in the hands of King Joffrey Baratheon as he used it to mock his uncle, Jaime, saying, "Someone forgot to write down all your great deeds.”
"There's still time," was Jaime's reply. And all these episodes later, after her short-term lover decided to die in his sister/lover's arms, Brienne, the newly named Lord Commander of the Kingsguard, upheld the storytelling responsibility that came with the position, and updated The White Book with those "great deeds."
It was Jaime's wishes to be remembered for being more than just the Kingslayer. Unfortunately, though, the lackluster ending for Brienne's character arc was overshadowed by the meme-worthiness of the scene. After all this time, Ser Brienne of Tarth was revealed as Westeros' best blogger -- celebrating all the wonderful things Jaime Lannister did with his life with a trusty pen and paper.