Iwan Rheon explained: "He’s more annoyed that his magnificent plan has not worked. But even then, he’s so arrogant he believes it’s going to be all right. He’s got that sort of ridiculous self-confidence. Then the door starts breaking, and he starts to realize, 'Right, this is over, so I’m going to go out the way I want to go out.' When he’s shooting arrows at Jon Snow, he knows he’s going to die, but he doesn’t really care."
10. Tommen Baratheon
Dean-Charles Chapman admitted: "But Tommen gets manipulated by everyone, so unfortunately he gets wrapped around the High Sparrow’s finger. I don’t think he necessarily likes the High Sparrow, but he assumes that if he goes along with what the High Sparrow says, everything will resolve happily... If you can’t beat them, then you might as well join them."
9. Margaery Tyrell
Natalie Dormer: "That’s the beauty of what [series creators] Dan [Weiss] and David [Benioff] wrote. They gave her the privileged position of being the only person to realize what’s happening, a moment of vindication that just summed up her personality. She was always a couple of steps ahead of everyone else, even to her last moment. I’m very grateful, because Margaery Tyrell was never a victim – even in her last moment they allowed her to not be."
Kristian Nairn: "He doesn’t have that emotion. I don’t think he's very fond of the warging, but he sees the bigger picture," Nairn said. "I think he’s more sad about what happened because he’s not going to see his friends again."