TRILOGY

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  1. Quotes >>>> Your Interpretation. You ignored them as it doesn't suit your unsupported position.
  2. Tyrion. Dany. Jaime. (he's doomed, but you never know) Nothing against them, but *D&D voice* um, creatively, it makes sense to me.
  3. She doesn't want to get rid of him, she just wants to be listened to. And what does Jon have to do with anything? He is her brother-cousin, not a potential husband, the dynamics are different. Plus, it's not even about power, her safety (and her family's) is what matters the most. We don't know what she wants (love, children) because it's not even an option for her, that may change or may stay the same.
  4. It's not so black and white, Sansa doesn't want to get married for political reasons but she wants to start her own family and die of old age, will she get everything she wants? No, but that doesn't stop her from wanting it. "If I give him sons, he may come to love me. She would name them Eddard and Brandon and Rickon, and raise them all to be as valiant as Ser Loras. And to hate Lannisters, too. In Sansa's dreams, her children looked just like the brothers she had lost. Sometimes there was even a girl who looked like Arya." "Please, he doesn't need to love me, just make him like me, just a little, that would be enough for now." "I'm sure Ser Harrold loves you well." And if the gods are good, he will love me too. Her tummy gave a little flutter." Arya dislikes gender norms and romantic cliches, but she's capable of feeling attraction and loving people, she can do that on her own terms. "He is a man of the Night's Watch, she thought, as he sang about some stupid lady throwing herself off some stupid tower because her stupid prince was dead. The lady should go kill the ones who killed her prince." ETA: Sansa wasn't raped in the books, but you can be a rape survivor and still have a partner, kids, etc, it doesn't have to define your life.
  5. Marry Val Bed Melisandre Kill Satin Joffrey, Ramsay and Euron Greyjoy
  6. Long extensions + hair bleach = RIP Emilia's hair. Probably just an homage.
  7. Dany and the dragons: Fire NK and the others: Ice Jon Snow-Aegon Targaryen: Ice and Fire
  8. When did that happen? Canon quotes, not your own interpretation? What will become of House Stark? No heirs, no legacy, no future. Just wondering what's your theory.
  9. !! Important. I'm ok with either of these options: Lord of Winterfell or Hand of the King, not so much the last one but it's a possibility.
  10. Yes, that's so funny but they're secondary characters and this is the final season. What's there left to explore? I never say anything about Jaime's endgame, I'm talking about his romantic endgame, it's different. I don't think that's the point GRRM is trying to make, it's not about marriage. "It’s only when her romantic ideals are shattered that she becomes able to see people as individuals instead of characters from a song, and discovers the value of people she once would have dismissed due to their failure to live up to the way she wanted the world to look." That's the point of her arc. Why can't she have both? Family and power? Love and autonomy? And? That hasn't stopped Dany or Jon. Tyrion wants to love and wants that love to be returned even though he believes it’s impossible because it has been drilled in him that he’s unlovable because of what he is. I'm expecting GRRM to do something about that, something much more intelligent than "It's Tyrion, he only fucks prostitutes, drinks wine and knows things." I forgot about Tormund and Brienne, but again, this is what the actress said: Tormund/Brienne: "She seems fairly repelled by Tormund’s strong overtures toward her. She’s more enthused by a more cerebral approach." Brienne/Jaime: “They have had this complex relationship which really can’t be defined, so it’s a really fascinating setup to move forward, for where we will go in the final season." Source: http://watchersonthewall.com/gwendoline-christie-game-thrones-season-7-finale-jaime-tormund/ Picture someone who looks like Jon or Jaime looking at Dany and saying stuff like “It’s yours, now and always”, “I believe in you”, “If you die, everything ends”, “He wasn’t the first to love you, and he won’t be the last” and tell me it doesn’t sound romantic. Is it so hard to believe that this man would have more than platonic feelings for the "most beautiful woman in the world", the one that gave him a purpose in the darkest moment of his life and the validation he's always sought but never received from his family? And yeah, I like Tyrion with Sansa or alone but he's a complex character.
  11. Romance in general? Dany and Jon, obviously. Missandei and Grey Worm, very little screen time. Sam and Gilly, again, very little screen time. Dany and Jorah, unrequited love. Dany and Tyrion, unrequited love. Jaime and Brienne, romantic endgame. Jaime and Cersei, that story is not over yet but it's not very romantic. Arya and Gendry, probably an ambiguous ending, like maybe not now but in the future. I really don't see Sansa ending up alone, or a least, without a romantic endgame or political marriage, it's part of her arc. Tyrion needs to be allowed to have a romantic arc of his own but I can see him ending up alone, he is a very grey character. Cersei and Euron? Maybe, I'm not sure but I don't consider that romance. No love for Bran. (Or maybe Meera? That would be great)
  12. That was weird. I understand why they did it (cliffhanger, shock value, etc) but still. It felt rushed, they could've made their feelings clear in S7 (for example, an intimate conversation with no mentions of the war) but no resolution yet, more romantic tension, more depth, and the final culmination in mid S8. Show, don't tell @ Tyrion/Davos/Bran.
  13. I actually think she's the "girl on the dying horse" (Alys is the red herring), I know that's an unpopular opinion but you should consider the option: Sansa and Jon reuniting at the wall, not at the Tourney. Tight timelines, but it's not impossible and I don't think Jon will come back immediately. It is a major plot point: the reconstruction of Winterfell and the rise to power, Sansa can't do it all alone and Undead Jon needs a reason to fight (family is a good one)...... or maybe we're watching a completely different story, that is certainly possible too. That, and the snow castle foreshadowing.
  14. Chill. Anyway, I vote for Sansa but I agree with Queen Sansa Stark, they have equal amount of chance to survive.
  15. Interesting, thank you for the links! I like your theory.