Nocturne

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  1. Gave it a 7, simply because there was way to much time wasted on "catching up". There is no need to catch up, people know what happened, this is not the young and the restless or some other crap. What i liked: Frey's getting wrecked, was done well. To the people complaining that she somehow learned to mimic voices now, do you know the mechanics behind wearing someones face and we don't? Neither in the books, or in the show, does it say that once you put on the face, only your appearance changes, your voice requires extra training. All the Sandor scenes. Arya and the soldiers.
  2. I am not sure what are you implying? That Arthur Dayne got turned into a Other after his death?
  3. This will be a bit random, but i seriously hate his nickname, its so freaking cheesy.
  4. Best choice, they seem like the most sane of the lot. On top of that, they have a very progressive view of things, and always invest in the future and now just the now like many short sighted Westeros Lords.
  5. Good points in the rest of the post, i especially like the idea of a Other Day Watch. Onto the bolded part, maybe i am misunderstanding what you mean but that seems kind of pointless? Taking the male babies from just one family won't weaken the potential male warriors of the whole human race. Unless you are implying that more families ( like almost all of them) in the past sacrificed babies to the others. If that's true, it begs the question: why were they ok with the numbers of sacrifices getting so low over the years?
  6. R+L=J will matter in the show, as its painfully obvious that Dany won't survive the war that's coming with the dead. Jon will end up as king, and this will be at lest D&D's idea of a bittersweet ending: Dany gets it all, but ends up being dead in the end, Jon who doesn't want to end up king, ends up as one and probably marries someone out of duty and not love in the end.
  7. As soon as i saw the title, i knew a post like this was going to appear..10/10 :))
  8. This, any other answer is simply wrong.
  9. So you're telling me that you know a guy that knows a guy, that knows that you are totally lying ?
  10. To add what others have said, it hardly matters anyway. It doesn't look like he will have anymore impact on the story, unless he saves Bran yet again.
  11. How exactly did you get that? In the show the opposite is really evident as far as season 1. Compare the equipment of the average Lannister soldier to what house Stark soldiers had at their disposal. I have to run, but i will build on this post a bit later. Could be interesting discussion since not only quality of equipment matters, training and moral/battle approach is going to differ region by region as well.
  12. So..we getting one? Or was that promo it?
  13. Interesting read, but like others said its just rumours based on rumours, that honestly leads to a shitty conclusion of Jon's story. Although it did remind me how awesome the Legacy of Kain & Soul Reaver series are...so thanks for that:D
  14. How is this even a topic? Incest happens a lot in the world, and it happened A LOT in the middle ages and before that. Since these books are loosely based on that time period, how are some of you surprised by it? GRRM didn't invent rape, incest and all the horrible things that happen in Westeros and certainly he is not encouraging people to do them. He is simply portraying the story in a realistic matter, and not in a Disney put your hand in the sand and pretend it didn't happen/ couldn't happen view.
  15. Ok so before i make my list, i want to make it clear what discipline means in my view, and what kind of discipline is required to play the game. Discipline should be a combination of patience and ruthlessness. A player should know to wait for the perfect opportunity to make his move, and he should execute set move with ruthlessness. For example Ned had the perfect opportunity to check mate the Lannister when he could have taken Cersei and her kids into custody. Instead of being ruthless, his compassion got in the way of keeping his head. Edit: oops double post.