Daenerys Targaryen lost one of her children on Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 6, and Twitter users across the land felt like they lost a family member.
Seriously, it was too much to handle.
We've rounded up some of the best internet reactions for you!
Have a look below!
Worse Than What?!
The Red Wedding was one of the most shocking moments in Game of Thrones history, but Viserion's death is definitely up there as a shocker.
It's one thing to watch a much-loved character die, but a CGI animal dying is just too much.
A Hatred of GIFs
Watching the scene was difficult enough, but now GIFs of the big death are everywhere and it's just too much.
The Night... Dragon?
One Twitter user opened up about just how hard it is to watch Game of Thrones.
We Made You
We did watch Viserion grow from a small dragon into the huge one he was when he passed.
Saddest Moment Ever?
Was Viserion's death the saddest moment in the history of the series?
Is That You, Viserion?
Viserion is dead, but that's not to say we won't be seeing him again. Poor Dany.
Father Of The Dragons?
Could Jon Snow become a father to the dragons? That would be so cool.
A Sunday Well Spent?
It turns out, everyone was mourning the loss of a dragon on Sunday night.
A Family Divided
One user noted that the dragons will never fly together again. Sob.
The Good Old Days
Daenerys raised her dragons and was a great mother, and viewers will never forget that.
Avenging A Death
Rhaegal and Drogon need to help take down the Night King.
The Upset Siblings
Drogon and Rhaegal's cries were probably heard around the world.
More Air Time
One user hilariously points out that the dragon will have more screen time now.
It's Just Too Much
It was too much to watch the death scene, but why did it have to happen?
Dishing The Tea
One user decided to reveal some facts about Viserion.
Saying goodbye is to Viserion is just difficult. Yes, he was CGI, but he was still AMAZING.
Everyone is so cut up about the death and some even compare it to losing one of their own.
Jon Snow chose to go beyond the wall, so naturally, the internet thinks it's his fault. Damn you, Jon!