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  1. The Will to Change: Rereading Sandor II

    So refreshing to read these analysis of Sandors arc. My notifications stopped. It's good to read this and not the endless stuff on the show. Thanks again for this thread.
  2. I've read that show watchers are under the impression that Jon is Ned's son. For them to come to this conclusion after this episode shows how badly written it is. Poor Starks. Now people think Jon is the product of incest.
  3. [Spoilers] Criticize without repercussion

    They did it because as the infamously said creatively it made sense to them. Uuurggg
  4. [Spoilers] Criticize without repercussion

    It's like they hate GRRM and deliberately stuff up and change things that are brilliant until we end up with this mess.
  5. [Spoilers] Criticize without repercussion

    Totally agree. They butchered his arc. Should have just left him on the Quiet Isle. They just don't get GRRM themes, but they have never been interested in that. It's for third graders
  6. [Spoilers] Criticize without repercussion

    Don't agree about the forthcoming books at all. Reading the released chaptes of TWOW shows that we have some incredible writing and plots to look forward to. GRRM certainly hasn't lost his touch. We have been waiting a long time and rom the sample chapters we won't be disappointed.
  7. [Spoilers] Criticize without repercussion

    They did say themes are for third graders. So the y would definitely do a better job. How can you even write without having themes. No wonder we have this mess.
  8. [Spoilers] Criticize without repercussion

    That goes for the entire show. If they had stuck to the books, dialogue , plot etc. it would haven been a brilliant show. They too stupid and arrogant to think they could improve on a masterpiece.
  9. [Spoilers] Criticize Without Repercussion

    “We’ve always said if there’s any “secret” it’s respect the source material, understand the source material and then, any adaptation you make from the source material should be done only to enhance whatever the original pure spirit of the source material was.”http://www.comicbookmovie.com/deadpool/kevin-feige-weighs-in-on-deadpool-chances-of-an-r-rated-marvel-studios-a141380 Quote It seems D&D missed that lesson and we are paying the price
  10. [Spoilers] Criticize Without Repercussion

    They show complete contempt for the books. By ignoring the available material and writing their own below the belt crappy dialogue they havae completely destroyed a beloved series. The adaptation to screen could have been so so much better if they had some respect for the source material and its author. They are thumping their arrogant noses at GRRM. Its horrific
  11. [Spoilers] Criticize Without Repercussion

    i doubt it. The show is so off track it is not following ASOIF anymore. Davos is not at the wall, his looking for Rickon probably in Skagos. Show runners are writing their own very bad fanfiction
  12. [Spoilers] Criticize Without Repercussion

    Nobody just quits the Nights Watch. Its treason. Or is Jon's case different now that his resurrected? Or the show runners again don't bother about details like this and the Starks way of justice and the immorality of killing a child.
  13. [Spoilers] Criticize Without Repercussion

    Nobody just quits the Nights Watch. Its treason. Or is Jon's case different now that his resurrected? Or the show runners again don't bother about details like this and the Starks way of justice and the immorality of killing a child.
  14. The Will to Change: Rereading Sandor II

    Happy New Year everyone. Thanks Milady for the update. I was having withdrawal symptoms. Looking forward to the brilliant analysis of my favourite male character