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  1. I'm guessing all along the plan was to create a dragon-wight.
  2. I doubt Beric and Tormund are dead, although they should be. I can't imagine how anyone could have survived that. Jon's real name should have been Aemon, not Aegon. It would have made all the scenes with Aemon on the Wall so much more poignant. Sam asking Bran if he can see the wedding was cringe-worthy. The scene with Sansa and Arya was nice at the end, but I wished they had added a little more dialogue. When Arya said she missed him and Sansa said me too, she should have added "and mother, and Robb, but the worst part is that I don't even remember what Rickon looked like."
  3. This is the best review of GoT I have read so far: http://www.esquire.com/entertainment/tv/news/a57100/game-of-thrones-season-7-episode-6-beyond-the-wall/
  4. Lisa did it because Jon was sending her to the Vale. Where did I say that Cersei was involved? Please, if you want to have a proper conversation, don't insult me.
  5. No, Jaime was sitting on the Iron Throne when Ned arrived.
  6. Well it looks like the two morons that run the show have forgotten about the different regions on Westeros. No one ruling in the Reach, no one in Dorne, no one in the Stormlands, no one in the Riverlands. Pathetic...
  7. I would have planned out all 7 seasons before I began making the show. I would have also kept all the characters from the books, even if they didn't appear on the show. For example, cutting the Tyrell brothers, Arianne, the Greyjoy brothers, Jeyne Poole, Aegon etc. only messed up the story. I would also tell the actor I cast as Theon, that he would be missing in season 3, but would return in season 4. Ramsey would have been cast in season 2 as Reek.
  8. This is a "what-if" scenario I was thinking about lately, and I thought I would pose it as a question for everyone to discuss. So I was curious, how do you think things would turn out if the Mad King had somehow succeeded in burning King's Landing, and in the fire, Tywin, Jaime Lannister, the Mountain, Varys, Pycelle, Elia Martell and her children all died. Ned Stark arrives to find a city burned to the ground, while the Lannister army has lost a large number of soldiers. How different would the history of Westeros be in this scenario? Here are some thoughts I had, and I would like to hear what you think. - Robert's would rule as King of Westeros from Storm's End, since King's Landing doesn't exist anymore. He still gives Stannis Dragonstone, who doesn't consider it a slight, and their relationship is somewhat better. - Dorne is not mad at Robert for the death of Elia, but at the Targaryens instead, and they never support Viserys. There is a good chance that while Viserys and Daenerys escape Dragonstone, the fact that they remain alive is not known by many, since most people in Westeros assume they died in the fire along with their father. - Since Tywin is dead, Tyrion will become the Lord of Casterly Rock. Cersei will challenge him, but Kevan will make sure she does not succeed. Tyrion, since no lord would want to give him his daughter, would probably end up marrying a commoner like Tysha. - Robert on the other hand has no reason to marry Cersei, since with Tywin out of the picture, he doesn't need the Lannisters as much. Jon Arryn will convince him to marry Selyse Florent, but he will instead marry Delena Florent. While he's still unfaithful, Queen Delena doesn't become as bitter as Cersei and when her son Edric is a little older, Robert will eventually abdicate and become a sellsword in Essos where he is killed (he did tell Ned that the only reason he hadn't done that already was because he couldn't imagine Joffrey on the throne). Edric will become King eventually (or not?). - Kevan will try to marry Cersei to Stannis, Lord of Dragonstone, but she refuses. She will eventually marry Oberyn Martell, who is not bitter towards the Lannisters in this version of history, and instead joins Robert's small council. Storm's End is now the center of activity in the kingdom. Jon Arryn is still the Hand, Littlefinger, Oberyn Martell (with Cersei on his side), Stannis and Kevan Lannister are in the small council. - The Ironborn rebellion still takes place and is unsuccessful. Everything else remains pretty much the same. The first major event that might change history significantly would be Robert leaving Westeros to become a sellsword. Does everyone accept Edric as the new King? How does the balance of power change? Do the Florents have more influence? Jon Arryn and Stannis would almost certainly not leave Storm's End in this scenario, so Lysa doesn't poison her husband and they stay there too. - As for the Targaryen kids, my guess is that Daenerys is still married to Khal Drogo, but one major difference is that Jorah Mormont is not a spy. Any thoughts? I'd like to hear what everyone else thinks.
  9. The actresses were not the problem, but the fact that those two morons that run the show made them identical. In the books they all have different personalities.
  10. Sophie Turner would have been a better Margaery.
  11. I'm pretty sure that's book canon only. I don't think this has been mentioned on the show.
  12. I don't think Jon is controlling the Vale. R. Arryn is still alive. I think the knights of the Vale declared their support to the King in the North, but they're still loyal to House Arryn. But I do agree that Jon and Sansa will make their move to get the Riverlands back from the Freys since Sansa is half-Tully.
  13. King's Landing: the new Queen of Westeros is now Cersei Lannister, but she has no heirs. Disputed by Daenerys Targaryen who is planning to attack. The North: Jon Snow is now the King of an independent North. Riverlands: In the books it's Littlefinger, but on the show it was Walder Frey. Since Walder is dead, the new lord should be Stevron Frey his eldest son who appeared in season 1. The Vale: Robyn (or Robert in the books) Arryn is the ruler, but providing aid to Jon Snow when he attacked Winterfell might have jeopardized his position. Not that Cersei is going to attack him or anything. The Westerlands: Cersei Lannister obviously, and since she's in King's Landing, whoever Kevan had left behind when he went to King's Landing to help Tommen. The Reach: Since Mace and his two kids are dead (Garlan and Willas don't exist on the show), next in line is Mace's sister Janna (who hasn't appeared yet on the show). She is married to Jon Fossaway, lord of New Barrel. Is in war with King's Landing and might declare for Daenerys Targaryen. Dorne: Apparently Ellaria Sand. Has declared for Daenerys Targaryen. Stormlands: It was Tommen Baratheon. Tommen and his handlers probably had appointed someone to be in charge. Not sure who takes the castle now that Tommen is dead. We don't really know about any Baratheons who are still alive. Lyonel Baratheon had a daughter (who was supposed to marry Duncan Targaryen but didn't) and if she had kids, their descendants should be next in line. Iron Islands: Euron is the King of the independent Iron Islands. Thoughts?
  14. It should be Aemon. Aemon Targaryen. I guess Howland Reed will appear next season and tell us. It can't be Aegon because you can't give him the same name as his brother, even if his brother is dead. Finally, calling him Aemon makes the scenes with Maester Aemon when Jon first went to the Wall so much more powerful.
  15. Arya is definitely going to King's Landing.