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  1. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    Why not? Dany had a vision of her son, but he was never born. Mel consistently misinterprets actual visions of the future. And if Cersei beats the last part of the prophecy why would that nullify any of the previous story? Since we've already seen people be wrong about visions and prophecies. He's damned if he does or doesn't If she is strangled by the valonqar then people will complain her story has been spoiled since Feast, and now you say if she finds a way to beat the prophecy, that also spoils her story since Feast.
  2. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    Probably, but the revelations about what happens in Winds have given me a different take than what I used to have on the author being a gardener...I used to think it meant he wrote where the story took him, but I lately think it also means that he gets an idea for something--Tyrion is a secret Targ, House Dayne, whatever--and he throws some stuff in there to leave his options open. He could do it, or not do it, whatever it is....meaning we're going to find out at the end, if there is an end, there were a lot of false clues. So, Cersei being already doomed by the prophecy seems like a done deal, she has done everything all along to make it come true by her own actions, so the valonqar seems inevitable. Maybe it isn't. I don't know anymore and don't care that much anymore either. But, yes the show will give her an epic death if it comes, and it won't come until probably one of the last 3? episodes of the show.
  3. Speculations, news, theories for season 7. (includes leaks )

    Yes, but I now think it's possible Cersei will be alive at the end. It would certainly end the complaints that the prophecy took all the suspense out of her story if she doesn't end up dead by the hand of the valonqar.
  4. why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    Stoneheart has long divided the fan base, some love her, some thought it was a bad idea on the author's part. I think the simple answer is that D/D fall in the second category, they didn't think he should have brought Cat back, so they left it out. But, it's all a moot point, since Stoneheart is out, I presume there is no one left who still thinks she will show up, LOL. We don't know what the author will do with her, probably nothing. So, there it is. The end.
  5. why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    It would have been a huge shocking moment, if they included Stoneheart, which the show loves. And she could have been involved in several gruesome death scenes, which the show also loves.
  6. Rant and Rave without Repercussions [S7 Leaks Edition]

    I think they are probably 80% accurate, the leaks are supported by photos from the shoots. Leaker is missing some things and doesn't seem to have everything covered, but I think Arya/Freys, true; Arya/Sansa conflict, true; LF dies, true; Wight hunt, true; Jon/Dany hook up/wall falls, true; Rhaegar/Lyanna flashback, true. I'm probably forgetting some of the leaks, oh yeah, Cersei miscarriage, true, couple sand snakes killed, true.
  7. why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    Sorry, you don't make sense to me. Brienne and Jamie would have had something else to do if Stoneheart was cast, they would have been in that plotline, which as I keep saying can be WHATEVER the show wants. They, themselves, said they almost left Dorne out entirely, so obviously, it's not necessary to the end. I don't care if she was in or out, I only am saying that these detailed rationales for why she "needed" to be out are like more fan fiction. She was out for the same reason Arianne is out, and Val is out, and why Sansa married Ramsay Bolton...because this is what the show wanted to do. It is not believable that they could not have created a story for her, regardless as to what happens in the books, because as I have been told so many times, the books and show are different.
  8. why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    I guess I don't get your point. The show's history of cutting/adding/changing plots, inventing new plots and new characters makes it crystal clear to me that they keep what they want and change what they want. They could have done all kinds of things, including Lady Stoneheart, which would have had whatever impact or non impact on the plot as they wanted. There is no reason of space, time or plot except that the showrunners didn't want to do Stoneheart. Stoneheart could go to Winterfell and save Sansa if they wanted. She could kill LF. She could do anything they want her to do, even if it isn't going to be in the alleged future book story that may or not ever appear in print. You can't even say that LSH makes Jon not dying too obvious, since they already had Beric and it was already obvious he wasn't going to stay dead.
  9. why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    A very good case could be made that a riverlands series of segments with Brienne, Jamie, Blackfish, BWB and Stoneheart would have been a better use of everyone's time than Dorne and that Brienne was not necessary to the Sansa in Winterfell plot.
  10. why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    They brought the Blackfish back just to have his own men kill him. And Osha to be killed. Ros got a lot of screen time for someone who was a show creation and added nothing to the plot except for one scene. They introduced Doran only to kill him off. So, it's absolutely accurate that they could have put in LSH if they wanted to, and could have changed her story or done her story the way the books will or done whatever they wanted to in expanding it. The rationale is: they didn't want to.
  11. why was Ladystoneheart cut out

    The simple answer is they cut Stoneheart because they wanted to. Since they have made up many plot lines and characters if they wanted LSH they could have invented anything they wanted for her, like they did for Ramsay, and Marg and the rest.
  12. Endgame roles for all major characters (TV only)

    The story is already far, far beyond LOTR in terms of tragedy, even if not one single other major character dies, which is very unlikely.
  13. The Ultimate Winds of Winter Resource

    His most recent blog post that mentions Winds is from yesterday. That seems like news to me.
  14. I lost my cat....inside the apartment

    I still think you should ask your landlord to take $$ off your rent for labor and supplies. Now I see you are in PA, and I can't imagine it's legal to rent a unit full of ceiling holes big enough for a cat to get through, unless the place is in the midst of a renovation or something.
  15. The Ultimate Winds of Winter Resource

    Thanks. That's interesting, I hadn't seen the exchange.