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  1. It's not just characters not appearing on the show. They were very realistic from the jump about how you were probably never going to see Robert Downey Jr. or Chris Evans show up. And they actually have gotten five film characters to appear by my count (Fury, Sif, Hill, Carter, and President Elis) My complaint is that major things happen on the show and then don't seem to have ever occurred in the movies. Mainly Coulson being revived and the Inhuman outbreak. Also I think the movies have gotten better at that kinda thing lately. I wouldn't be surprised if Dr. Strange was the last truly solo film. (in that while he seems to have his sidekick it doesn't seem like any established MCU characters will show up.) Ant-Man already had Falcon. Civil War...yeah. Thor 3 will have Hulk, Spidey will have Stark, etc. Black Panther could be another, but with half the Avengers hiding in Wakanda I wouldn't bet on it. It's gotten to the point where they have so many characters that doing solo movies seems silly. If the mystery Punisher appearance being filmed in October is actually for Agents I'll be very happy. Hell if they just had a easter egg of Coulson or whoever reviewing a file on one of the defenders I'd be happy.
  2. Small Questions v. 10105

    We don't really know if there was ever protocol for those kind of situations. I certainly wouldn't say Tywin was negligent. I think the Kingsguard are expected to automatically transfer their loyalty to the new king. Tywin had no reason to think Arys would champion Myrcella over Tommen. I think Arianne is just using a technicality to convince Arys that supporting Myrcella doesn't make him a dishonorable oath-breaking traitor. But yeah he could have sent anyone to guard Myrcella, it didn't have to be a Kingsguard. The Hound was Joffrey's sworn shield for years before he put on the white cloak.
  3. Marvel Netflix - AKA the Second Thread

    Method Man was there at the end. If you're not familiar with his music career he also played Cheese from The Wire.
  4. Small Questions v. 10105

    We don't know for sure. The closest analogue we have is Fireball forcing his wife join the Silent Sisters so he could join the Kingsguard. Which doesn't really clear the issue up. Since it seems Fireball Joining the Kingsgaurd wouldn't have auto-annulled their marriage, but his wife joining the Silent Sisters did.
  5. Small Questions v. 10105

    The First Men originally spoke the "Old Tongue" and eventually adopted the Common Tongue. The fact that all of Westeros speaks the same language is one of the more unrealistic things about the setting of the books, but it does make things a lot simpler. As for how two groups of people with no common language eventually learned to communicate, well that's something that must have happened hundreds of times in real world history. So I don't really see the problem.
  6. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D: To Kill a Mockingbird

    Apparently people are speculating that The Punisher could appear later this season, the first real connection between the Netflix shows and...well anything else. I'll believe it when I see it. https://www.comicbookmovie.com/punisher/the-punisher-may-film-as-soon-as-october-is-jeph-loeb-teasing-an-a145339
  7. Small Questions v. 10105

    Is it possible the city watch was composed of slaves who were then freed? Or would that just be too risky in case of a slave revolt.
  8. Ah, thanks. I've been using Chrome but it might be worth switching.
  9. Video Games: No Man's Pie

    Honestly I'm not really sure how much comparisons to past licensed games that happen to be multiplayer matter? I feel like since the MCU really blew up most of it's licensed games have been of the LEGO variety? but maybe I missed one? A quality game in the vein of Overwatch/Battleborn set in the Marvel (Cinematic) universe would sell well. I want to go to there. That's all I was saying. Fuck, even the new Battlefront. Like sure it sucked, but you can't deny the first time you got to play as Vader/Luke/etc was AWESOME. Granted it wore thin pretty quick because the general gameplay was so thin.
  10. Small Questions v. 10105

    http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Bonifer_Hasty Can't remember if it was explicitly confirmed somewhere, or just the general consensus.
  11. I really want a plugin that remembers what sites you've muted and mutes them when they re-open. Or that basically lets you whitelist sites that can play sound. I looked a while ago and couldn't find one.
  12. Video Games: No Man's Pie

    I guess, but having the option to play as Iron Man in Overwatch or Battleborn is not the same as playing a similar game where it's teams of only Marvel characters. I don't really think that being accused of copycatting would be an issue. But yeah, the game would have to not suck.
  13. Video Games: No Man's Pie

    I'm saying Marvel could probably make a lot of money by creating a game similar to Overwatch, but where you play as Marvel characters.
  14. Video Games: No Man's Pie

    I was just paying a bit of Overwatch for the first time in a while. Marvel really needs to hire a decent developer to make a similar game.
  15. Small Questions v. 10105

    It's just speculation, but I'm inclined to think that the Red Mountains were the last barrier between the Others and the surviving humans during the war for the dawn. Sort of a natural wall. Hence the Daynes and Dawn being down there.