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@AedanJuvetLast night Game Of Thrones concluded its violent fourth season hitting many points from the books but avoided one major plot that the fans have quickly taken notice to -- Lady Stoneheart. If you haven't read the books or want to avoid spoilers I seriously recommend you exit now before you see anything you'll regret. *SPOILERS* In The Song of Fire and Ice series after the gruesome massacre known as the Red Wedding takes place, the Stark family is left either dead or disbanded but The Brotherhood Without Banners go out of there way to make a new ally by reviving the one and only Catelyn Stark! After being tossed into a river her body is sought out and revived by Beric (seen in season 3) and leads the brotherhood seeking revenge for all who have wronged the Stark matriarch's loved ones. Fans have been speculating all season as to when we may see the infamous return, but were highly disappointed by no mention in the finale. Director Alex Graves spoke with Vulture and clarified his perception of the ordeal; "She was never going to be a part of it. I know it caught on on the internet, and people really started to believe it. I think the bottom line is that there was so much going on, at least from where I stood, that it wasn't something to get into because, you know, when you get into taking Michelle Fairley, one of the greatest actresses around, and making her a zombie who doesn't speak and goes around killing people, what’s the best way to integrate that into the show? I don’t think there was room for it this season." on the future possibility of a Lady Stoneheart he adds, "I don’t know what they’re going to do about it, because it is certainly something people attached to. I was attached to it because I established Thoros of Myr and Beric Dondarrion last year in the story to rejuvenate her. I have no idea what they plan to do about that because honestly, it just wasn’t talked about. It wasn’t on the radar." Well as one of the Lady Stoneheart hopefuls, they should seriously considering integrating her into next season early on before it gets to a point where it almost seems implausible to bring her into the fold.The series seems to have followed all plot points as close as possible, I'd hate to see such an interesting potential character get discarded before even given a chance. If we can't have the strong willed Catelyn back, at least offer us some revenge fueled Lady Stoneheart to shake things up! Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!