Game of Thrones ended rather abruptly with a shortened pair of seasons that left fans as frustrated as they were glad to find out how it all ends. For those who have been waiting since the mid-1990s, it's good to know Daenerys Targaryen was really evil the whole time. It's excellent to learn Sansa Stark will one day rule the North. It's lovely Arya will sail West of Westeros. But even so, there are questions about Westeros that remain entirely unanswered.
Some may argue that the next Game of Thrones series coming to HBO will help fill in the gaps. But that's most likely not true. The new show (which is currently being filmed under the title "Bloodmoon") is not just a prequel. It's a prequel set 10,000 years in the past. That means no Targaryens, no dragons, no Faith of the Seven, no Citadel, no Iron Bank, and probably little from Essos at all. That means many of the unanswered questions from Game of Thrones' finale are going to stay as they are: unanswered.
But which of the unanswered questions from a decade in Westeros are the most egregious? Here's a rundown of the five biggest unanswered questions from the series.