It’ll almost be a year since the ending of Game Of Thrones and we are still not over on how the series was wrapped.

Now, in a new interview, about the about the finale, Emilia Clarke has to say something about it. Speaking about Daenerys’ ending, which was being killed by her nephew and lover Jon Snow, Clarke said, “I felt for her. I really felt for her. And yeah, was I annoyed that Jon Snow didn’t have to deal with something? He got away with murder—literally.”

Clarke described the conclusion of the show as “like coming out of a bunker.” She went on to add, “I knew how I felt when I first read it, and I tried, at every turn, not to consider too much what other people might say, but I did always consider what the fans might think—because we did it for them, and they were the ones who made us successful, so… it’s just polite, isn’t it?”

After the series end, the fans started out a petition to remake Season Eight “with competent writers” is still going strong at over 1.8 million signatures, while the fallout continues to be felt for show runners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, who admitted late last year that they would be making things up as they went along.