'Game of Thrones' Fans Freak Out Over the Epic Battle of Winterfell -- See the Best Twitter Reactions

The 'GoT' fandom had a lot of feelings about the bloody, brutal and downright terrifying new episode, 'The Long Night.'

*Caution: Spoilers ahead!

The third episode of the final season of Game of Thrones, "The Long Night," dropped on Sunday, and rocked the fandom to its core.

From a slew of devastating deaths to the Night King's really upsetting slow smile, to people's totally misplaced trust in the safety of crypts, there was more to unpack than most people were emotionally ready for.

While the largely dialogue-free, battle-heavy episode seemed to stress everyone out, no one could deny that one of the most upsetting, soul-crushing moments came when the Night King shrugged off a full-on flame shower from Daenerys' trusty Drogon.

After the flying beast absolutely torched the evil undead warlord for what seemed like minutes, the flames eventually cleared to reveal the Night King, entirely unscathed, with a leering, menacing grin.

This, for most fans, just about proved that all hope was lost, and they had a lot of feelings about it.

Things got even worse when the Night King just straight-up started to resurrect everyone who'd ever died -- and apparently not just in the massive battle that just happened, but ever. As in, even the corpses of long-dead Starks in the crypts where Sansa, Tyrion, Varys and many others had taken refuge.

As it turns out, the idea that a crypt would ever be a safe place was once again proven wrong, because obviously that's a terrible idea.

Finally, we found ourselves the darkest moment of the whole battle, as fans watching the show were crying in their arms and begging the episode to just end so they could breath for a moment.

Jon Snow was about to be eaten by the wight dragon Viserion, there was a whole Night of the Living Dead scenario playing out everywhere, and the Night King was about to murder Bran.

Just then, Arya lived up to every single hope every fan had ever placed on her shoulders as she leaped onto the Night King's back. While he grabbed her by the throat and caused her to drop her dragon glass blade, her lightning reflexes allowed her to grab the falling knife with her free hand and drive it square into his guts, causing him to shatter like a pane of broken glass, and subsequently killing all the wights under his influence.

And that's really when Twitter went absolutely nuts.

Despite the incredible conclusion to the reign of the Night King, many fans couldn't deal with the stress.

Even more so, fans couldn't figure out how this wasn't the series finale, because it was just so straight-up insane.

Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.