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In terms of the practicalities of the death scene, where you staring at real, luminous fire or just a tennis ball on a stick?
The fire effect that was in front of me was real pyrotechnics, actually.
Even before the show started airing, they had problems, even though this was back when the show was sticking very faithfully to the novels, so "spoilers" could be easily purchased at Barnes and Noble for .99 in paperback. He's directly related to He Who Shall Not Be Named.
Of them, only 5 episodes have not had someone die on screen, and only two of those haven't had the dead body of someone previously offed featured.
The first was Season 3's "The Bear and the Maiden Fair." it held the record as the only episode where that was true until Season 6, when "Blood of My Blood" became the second..
Obviously in your case there’s no doubting your character’s death as he was right in the centre of the wildfire, but are there any people holding out hope that their characters escaped the blast somehow, as their death was implied off-screen?
No, I think everyone who was in that building definitely knows that they’re dead, and that there’s no way to bringing their vaporised ashes back to life.