"If you think this has a happy ending, you haven’t been paying attention." - Ramsay Bolton, S03E06
So forewarned one of the many, now deceased, characters from the world's most successful series, Game of Thrones, which returned to our screens today for the last time.
As Sydney devotees eagerly awaited #GoT8, they were given the chance to relive the demise of their favourite characters from series past.
The gates to Centennial Park were thrown open to fans for an incredible installation, appropriately titled "Grave of Thrones".
Hundreds flocked to the Foxtel exhibit over the weekend (April 12-14), ahead of the release of the first episode of Season 8.
The installation featured 34 graves of long-dead characters, ranging from the unfortunate Ned Stark - beheaded S01E09 - all the way to the scheming Littlefinger - killed by fan-favourite, Arya Stark in S07E07.
The installation was accompanied by an ominous soundtrack of howling winds and cawing crows, emanating from hidden speakers.
The graveyard is a grim reminder of the ruthless nature of the show.
George R.R. Martin, author of the book series on which the the show is based, is merciless about killing off his characters, regardless of how popular they are.
"Oh no, not this one," one visitor said as they approached the grave of Hodor, faithful companion to Bran Stark, whose death in S06E05 hit home for many.
As fans awaited the release of the final season, many saw this display as a chance to reminisce about their shared and cherished memories, since the first season aired in 2011.
This Grave of Thrones, a popular way for fans to gather and pay their respects. - Georgia McNamara @gmc_namara