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  1. Was Ned even more honourable than we thought.... After looking back through the seasons and knowing who Jon Snow really is now. Could this have influenced some of his decisions. One that stands out is his unwilling to be part of the assassination of Daenerys. Could this have been he knew this was more than likely Jons last living relative??
  2. He passes using the dragon and thats it.... the dragons gone. Why does the NK need it to breath fire??
  3. I think we will only know what Viserion actually is when we see him in the season finale... I know your talking about the books but I think it may be too late to introduce Eurons dragonbinder now in the show. However if we go all the way back to the Fist of the first men when Sam found the Dragonglass, there was a horn found aswell. Could the books Sam took have something of that in there, also presuming Sam still has the horn. Could this come into play in taking back control of Viserion
  4. Ive gone past the point of caring now about the show. I thoroughly enjoy it for what it is. I love Arya regardless of the LF situation, she has always been one of my favourite from the beginning. I so want to see a Arya and Hound reunion. Its been made clear Bran cannot see properly he states that, also its all fragments. He can see everything but he does not know everything. So for me saying that he should have done this and should have done that already is not plausible. Over the course of this season he will have gained alot more experience in sifting through the past and when Sansa asks him he will be able to go through what he can see better and understand better. So for me him coming to the rescue is not unexpected in fact for me it would be expected. This also would ring true the words ''the lone wolf dies but the pack survives'' solidifying the Starks bond.
  5. Id quite happily denounce all claims and titles if Theon is Azor Ahai. Out of everyone it goes something like this who I believe is Azor Ahai 1. Jamie Lannister 2. Jon Snow .................................... 997. Edmure Tulley 998. Little Sam 999. Podrick Payne 1000. Theon
  6. The whole plotline is stupid, creating drama where drama is not needed, and what get rid of LF. Unfortunately this will happen.... Can i ask why you use the phrase deus ex machina? you do know what it means right? So your telling me Bran's power would be unexpected to solve this situation?
  7. Next youll be telling me Ned is still alive......
  8. We dont know how they can turn babys into WW, we pressume that is what the NK was doing. We do know he uses magic to re animate the corpses and control them with again magic makng them Wights Quite obviously different rules apply.....look at the difference between Beric and a soldier from the AotD.
  9. How are dragons different from regular wights? In terms of what.... they are dragons??? So why would a human infant need the touch.....? This turns them into WWs, so I wouldnt be wrong to assume the same action/process will turn the dragon into a WW dragon.
  10. Telepathically The connection that Daenerys has with her dragons is completely different, this connection is not forced and is a bond between ''children'' Of course there will be a connection between Viserion and the NK but he touched him to turn him. His connection can be described as a force of Viserions will by magic.
  11. This place gets crazier by the day.........
  12. It was all a trap NK was well prepared The place the NK and AoD were when Bran saw them with the crows was the exact same place Jon and his companions were trapped He knew exactly what to do, how to use Jon as bait and to lure him. His plan was to wait for Daenerys to come save the day, targeting Viserion High probability NK is a greenseer, potentially see ''future'' This could explain why he has taken so damn long, this potentially the only thing that can bring the wall down??? If you remember back to hardholme the wights literally through themselves off the cliff, I really dont think they would have been waiting for the Ice to melt over..... He used the distraction of Daenerys using Drogon to rescue the wight party to use his ice spear to kill Viserion Jon was literally the bait so he could get the dragon....
  13. Please elaborate....I like to know your thoughts and how and why??
  14. Yeah I think thats clear, he either fights as the NKs mount or hes dead, hes not coming back. And I agree it was tough to watch.
  15. So that would make him the same but undead...therefore I cant see no reason why he wont still breath fire. Yeah I dont necessary think that the dragon will inherit the raising the dead power. The magic of the Walkers is unclear and this needs to be addressed soon (I hope) Ive already mentioned that, if hes a WW then he'll be unharmed by fire. Wights are killed with dragonglass, that was confirmed by Jon in Ep2 of season 7. Yeah I can see this being a real possibility. Until season 7 concludes and/or we learn more about how the WW/NK magic works then we will still be only be able to speculate.