Boy and Girl Wadish

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  1. Well, that "sexy" pirate sure is gossip material. I'd imagine they don't really dwell on old news.
  2. The writing for Dorne has been shoddy ever since season 3/4 (when did Oberyn came into picture again?) It's like Dorne is nothing but a wasteland with a pretty water garden summer recreation palace for a fortress. I mean, why would you even want to miss on Sunspear? That name alone commands respect, and the fact that the Dornish were the only ones to resist the Targaryen invasion should've made Dan&DB at least give them more screentime and more characters.
  3. I understand you have a problem that a lot of people point to the books even if this part of the forum is dedicated to the show, but saying it's stupid is... kinda stupid? The whole show is fueled by the books, and although plot-wise they've gone in "different" directions, the show still references the books in general. Anyway, moving on. Given the trash Dan&DB have been giving us the past few episodes and the way they've treated Dorne ever since Oberyn came into the fold, I wouldn't be surprised if they scrap it entirely. So far S7 has been nothing but shtty writing. I am so disappointed.
  4. The common folk at King's Landing were never really bright fellas, to be honest. I think it's been established they're a fairly unpleasant lot that thrives on gossip, intrigue, and drama.
  5. With Prince Doran Martell killed by Ellaria (stupid, stupid move just for revenge) and Ellaria locked deep in King's Landing, who's leading Dorne? And what's happened to the Dornish forces? Under capable hands they can still rally for Dany and sabotage the Lannister men travelling along the Roseroad back to KL.
  6. Without new GRRM material, Dan & DB are scrambling. This whole season shows they are not great worldbuilders unless they have more material to lean on. Right now I wish they just held off producing more seasons and waited for the new books. Then we wouldn't be dealing with this kind of writing.
  7. I liked that part where Davos was basically telling off Dany that she's ruling based on entitlement whereas Jon was chosen by the people to rule. It's everything that I've always wanted to tell Dany since the second season. I get that she has saved a lot of people but all the titles attached to her name are unnecessary.
  8. Were they? From what I remember the SS, QoT, and Varys converged in Dorne.
  9. The whole episode just felt off to me, and very disappointing considering the season premiere signaled for great things to come. I was really bothered by this, most of all: Dany sending her allies all the way back to Sunspear - She came from Slaver's Bay, which is far down south her fleet would've passed by the Dornish coast on the way to Dragonstone. Why not just make the stopover there? It doesn't make sense to have the Sand Snakes + QoT travel from Dorne to Dragonstone then have Dany order Yara + Sand Snakes to go back to Dorne to mobilize their men. They would've saved an awful lot of time. Additionally, travelling back and forth by sea just seems so dangerous and time-consuming. I understand Dany had to meet them in person at first, but she could've just done that if she stopped at Sunspear on the way to Dragonstone. Also, it seems to me that is quite shortsighted of Qyburn to make a ballista that will "wound" dragons. Sure, it pierced the bone of Balerion the dread, but I though it was a generally accepted rule that dragons have thick hide. If you really want to render them vulnerable, you have to get past that hide first. My boyfriend mentioned a similar contraption was used to kill dragons during the Blackfyre rebellion (as per A World of Ice and Fire), but weren't those dragons bred in the dragonpit and therefore considerably smaller and weaker than Balerion, Vhagar, and Meraxes. I'm not saying it's entirely impossible to wound a dragon of Drogon's scale, but with that thing? Meh.
  10. But if Euron's fleet was able to sneak up on Yara, how did the Unsullied sneak past Euron?
  11. I was so annoyed by this, too! We never saw how people reacted to what Cersei did to the Sept. She murdered a ton of people in there and there were no consequences whatsoever. By this time around the lords and ladies of Westeros should be shaking their heads at her. What kind of shitty writing is this? Hi Randyll Tarly, why would you even want to protect the realm from eunuchs and savages when there's one savage right there in the capital. She blew up the Sept!!!! I was also annoyed when Jaime brought up Olenna Tyrell and mentioned to Randyll Tarly that she's a broken woman out for revenge. Well, who made that happen in the first place? CERSEI. UGH. What is happening to this show.
  12. Am I the only one who's bothered that Dany accepted Tyrion without question? All throughout the books and the show we are constantly reminded that Dany views the Lannisters as one of the Usurper's dogs and she'll have no problem wiping them out to exact revenge. I've been banking on some sort of confrontation between Dany and Tyrion just so the latter can prove he'll be an invaluable addition to her team. But in the show that part was left out and all of a sudden Dany is heeding Tyrion's counsel. She didn't even question what this imp is doing, running her city, when she came back.
  13. It was shown in the season 3 that Robb legitimized Jon and even named him as his heir, thus creating some sort of rift between Robb and Cat. If ever Robb's letter and seal made it out of the RW and is now in the hands of some trustworthy lord like Howland Reed, then this can create a problem for Sansa or Littlefinger. Sansa was already married to Tyrion when Robb legitimized Jon, and he already ruled her out of the succession. Either Littlefinger will want to dispose Jon and Sansa will go along with it since she has too much Ramsay and LF in her now, or she'll actually be like her father for once in her life and do the honorable thing and step aside. But of course, this is all just speculation based on whether somebody got their hands on Robb's certificate/letter of legitimisation for Jon.
  14. Hi! My name is not Suzy Bishop. She's a character from Moonrise Kingdom, a Wes Anderson film. My name starts with the letter V, and most of my friends call me V, so, you can call me that as well. I'm 20 and I'm from the wonderful wonderful area known as Southeast Asia.
  15. Solid 8. I like the fact that it sets things moving for season four. As if 401 is just another episode we can get next week (but no, we have to wait for it). Now I don't know what I'm going to do. I also mark this episode as the episode when people who thought they love Dany suddenly feel kinda irritated and thus the journey to "I actually don't like Dany" feels starts for these people.