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  1. I'm too tired right now to post anything, gotta go to bed XD But I will come back! I was writing something more in Sons-of-the-Dragon-thread but I stopped for not being OT. There are a lot of questions about it ...
  2. I knew it was darker but not why. And Mott said it is said the swords remember. Has it absorbed fire?
  3. hey RR is good to read you here, I missed your posts! I love the aquatic symbolisms, and the dark-seeing parallelism. It's really interesting. Was there already a thread about this?
  4. I don't pay any attention, what surprised me was that almost in every fake leaks brienne dies early and before jaime. I think this is related to what @HairGrowsBack was talking about. And it is not true that in fake leaks there is no j/b. But it has no importance anyway. Pointless discussion.
  5. do you remember we already talked about this and then we said "Oh well in any case she is in the dragonpit"? O.o
  6. i don't think she died because right after she think she is going to die there, Dany arrives. But anyway I find it strange that she is not mentioned after that (because if you see she is with sansa in 6.11, so they had already changed her part), in my version of 7x07 there is no Brienne. But as @Newstar said (and i remembered that too) in other scripts she is at the dragonpit. Isn't it strange? two version from the same day?
  7. Agree! From an "intellectually honest" person I expect something more that believing the first and easiest explanation of a foreshadowing. You can say Jaime is gonna die for any reason but not because of the dream. Cersei uses the plural while GRRM describes the swords light in singular. Jaime understands like you, but it doesn't mean anything; we don't know what could have happened, the possible endings could be infinite. I know you can think something more than that... It is true that I would like to see Jaime survives with Brienne etc etc, I think it could happen but I also know that he could easily die. What I never thought instead was that Brienne could die before Jaime (and maybe one of the first in the final battle). After season 7 and even after some fake leaks I'm starting to wonder if I was wrong. The scripts we were talking some days ago bother me a bit: iirc there were 2 outlines from the same day, one with name and one with blurred name. I thought they were the same scripts but now I see that in 7x07-with-name Brienne was not there. I remembered differently. Am i wrong? In 7x06-with-name brienne is with sansa winterfell in scene 6.11 and then she is also in the lake scene with the Hound (thinking she was gonna die there right before dany arrives), so they were changing the plot. So why there is not Brienne in 7x07?
  8. If you and @jcmontea were talking about the older script, I don't think she died. She was talking to the Hound thinking that she was gonna die and then Dany arrives. I have the quote you were looking for. I remember that I thought it was ambiguous in 7x06 but there was something later that made me think she was alive, can't remember what though.
  9. I think cooper is History
  10. you mean this (first 40 s)? Also Bronn said Jaime would fuck her and teases him for liking only very blond women.
  11. yes I agree with you. I don't know when it started, maybe you're right and it was with Jon. Probably it changed even the proximity and the physical contact, not sure. And I also think that it's connected to the emotional part. Many characters controls their emotions now, and it compromises their corporeity. In countertrend: Brienne. And I'm glad she is
  12. Exactly my point. He was playing the kingslayer and prevented a bloodshed. Now that very same person decides to sack a castle without blinking an eye (and kills a woman). Jaime can make choices, but not this season apparently. What I'm saying he is in contraddition with the Jaime of the prevoius seasons. It's not about leaving Cersei or not. To me this means occ writing.
  13. He said he wasn't angry, he said nothing about the wildfire (cersei sent him away and used his infos for hurting innocent people), no word about his uncle. After what he did in Riverland for edmure he sacked a castle (his idea) and killed an old woman in a private meeting (why?). He talked to Randyll and said Olenna is full of revenge (really? I can't imagine why) and so it's ok betraying her. And so on ... no hints of doubts , no questions. He was just happy with her and scared because they're not in a good situation. Have you seen any sign of doubts?
  14. As I said it's not about leaving. I would never say that, you know why. It's about how he acted. It is random and nonsense. Not only with Cersei.
  15. I thought about it a lot: the only logical explanation for Jaime's behavior it's that he's been hit in the head with something between season 6 and 7, offscreen. Probably the flying bell of the temple. I would have loved to see it, otherwise it makes no sense. No, well the problem is not Jaime still by Cersei's side. That makes sense, as you said. But the way he accepts everything, what he says to her, to Randyll, to Olenna, to Brienne, to Bronn, and what he suggests himself, that psychologically makes no sense. It's random and ooc. As for the future, I'm not so sure he closed with his sister, and I'm not sure "I don't believe you" means a closure. I still hope though.