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  1. Of course my perfect ending will be a happy one, but given that GRRM stated that the ending will be bittersweet i'll go with this: One of Dany or Jon will perish, or even both, Dany's baby will be the Heir and will be raised and trained to rule by Davos and Tyrion. Jaime will be Lord Commander of the Kingsguard. The Night's Watch will be no more (without the Wall and the WW it won't be needed anymore). Cersei will be offed by Arya, and Arya will leave to travel and see the World. Gendry will be legitimised and will inherit Storm's End and continue the Baratheon line. Sansa will be Lady of Winterfell and Warden of the North. Bran will have a hero's death in the fight against the Others (will be a great help in defeating them). Samwell Tarly will be the ruler of Highgarden. Sandor, Tormund and Brienne will also die heroically in the fight against the Others.
  2. Tyrion being burned by Dany would be a major plot-twist.
  3. "We're fooked".
  4. Hopefully you didn't get those ideas from the proven fake leaked season 8 script. A dragon has only one rider, until the rider dies he can't be mounted by someone else. Jon will ride Rhaegal, the dragon named after his father.
  5. Beric also has unfinished business, he will fulfill his promise to Ned, with the help of Sandor. I'm talking about the Mountain.
  6. You must be out of your mind if you think that Sandor Clegane's casting sucks, or Tormunds, or Briennes, let alone Arya, Sansa, Bran, Robb, Catelyn, Cersei, Jon or another dozen characters (there are a few exceptions, but in general they did a fantastic job with the cast). Go watch something else then.
  7. Beric will be alive too because he will keep his promise to Ned regarding the Mountain.
  8. I didn't know where to post this, so i'll do it here : Fantastic edit and montage, one of the best out there on youtube.
  9. The kidnapping of Lyanna was the icing on the cake though, i guess that Ned realised when Lyanna said that Jon's name is "Aegon TARGARYEN" that he wasn't a bastard born of a rape, but a trueborn son born out of love and a legal marriage.
  10. Probably he thought that Daenerys will really break the wheel, and i was thinking that meant to change the monarchy to a democracy (the part where they talked about succession) where the King will be elected. But seeing Jon get together with Dany will mean that the monarchy will still be in place and nothing will change. But the most obvious reason is the one Dinklage talked about it, that he believes that love and having feelings towards eachother will cloud their judgement and won't have a good ending for the Realm.
  11. In the books it is said that Viserys looked alot like Rhaegar and he intentionally wanted to look like him so i see no problem here.
  12. Incredible episode, i enjoyed it a lot and gave it a 9, the montage of Rhaegar and Jon was perfect.
  13. EmergencyAwesome made a great analysis of the episode and said that they were sitting there for more than 1 day if you pay atenttion to the landscape/weather. So that explains in a way how the raven and Gendry arrived in time.
  14. As i said in the rant thread : GRRM must share part of the blame, when they started adapting the books to tv-screen i'm sure that they never thought he won't finish Winds of Winter until now. You can't expect D&D to write a good script in 1 year, when it takes GRRM more than 7 to write it down. At first they began by adapting a book to tv-screen, know they have to create from scratch, even though Martin told them how the books and the main storylines will end. Thankfully the quality of the CGI, the acting, the cast and so on keeps the emotion there for me, not so much for others though. They also have to fast-track everything, i don't think many people will have loved seeing Gendry spend like 2 episodes in getting to Davos.
  15. GRRM must share part of the blame, when they started adapting the books to tv-screen i'm sure that they never thought he won't finish Winds of Winter until now. You can't expect D&D to write a good script in 1 year, when it takes GRRM more than 7 to write it down. At first they began by adapting a book to tv-screen, know they have to create from scratch, even though Martin told them how the books and the main storylines will end. Thankfully the quality of the CGI, the acting, the cast and so on keeps the emotion there for me, not so much for others though.