Wolf's Bane

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  1. English is the not first language of everyone on this forum. Ok.
  2. It better be damaging to the Starks, whatever Petyr Baelish is up to, otherwise it will be a let down. It would be really cool if he can destroy House Stark for good. The deaths of Sansa, Arya, Bran, and Jon, and their wolves would really make Littlefinger a man to be reckoned with. I would settle for the deaths of Arya and Jon. Let LF prove his genius.
  4. Those are valid points, Green Knight. However, criticisms of the show are fair because David and Dan have allowed the plot to be influenced by the fans. That's a recipe for a bad, disjointed story that lack continuity. To give an example, why would Varys be bothered by the executions of the Tarlys when last season he didn't hesitate to build an alliance with the Sand Snakes who murdered an innocent girl? Randyll and Dickon were not innocent of anything. They betrayed the Tyrells and sacked Lady Ollena's castle. The character is wildly inconsistent. The writing is very poor on the show. Yes there are good moments like the Field of Fire and the roasting of the Tarlys. But there are more bad scenes than good. Why, why would anybody agree to go all the way north to bring back a wight for Cersei? That's plain crazy. Hell, present Jon to Cersei. He's a wight boy (at least in the books). By story logic Jon is a wight. Gregor is a wight. That doesn't bother Cersei. The heroes are being set up by the Imp to become the next victim of another Red Wedding, courstesy of the Lannisters. Tyrion's advice caused the loss of the Tyrells and the Sands. It is beyond comprehension that he still is the Hand of the Queen. Were I in Dany's position, I would make Tyrion prove his loyalty. Give him a dagger, tell him to arrange a meeting with Jaime, and kill that damned kingslayer, then bring back that golden head for proof.
  5. And their bows can hit from greater range.
  6. I have to disagree. Loyalty is more important than politics. Look what happened to the Kingsguard after Robert took the throne. Jon Arryn was a politician and he awarded positions based on political advantages. The KG became crap after that. Daenerys should surround herself with people who will be completely loyal to her. Bring back Daario Naharis and Quaithe. Jorah's return will help.
  7. I don't really care about the story taking place in Winterfell. The episode would have been perfect if Arya, Sansa, and Bran had been left out.
  8. Jorah is the perfect man for the job. He's loyal to Daenerys and he has a lot of battle experience.
  9. Count me among the Bronn haters now.
  10. Preventing the gold from leaving King's Landing is the priority. That gold is Cersei's life line. Nobody likes Cersei but gold will buy a lot of service. Take away that gold and Cersei is finished. Now is the time to surround the city.
  11. This. Let the dragon come out. Forget trying to play nice. Nice doesn't work. And that goes with her dealings with Jon also. Don't give the north anything until the Night's King and his armies soften northern pride.
  12. Yes! I loved watching the Lannisters get roasted. Tyrion, Jaime, Cersei, and Bronn should have been roasted as well. Then Jaime would be a crispy cripple.
  13. Jon's pride is getting in the way. I would go so far as to say he should to Daenerys apologize for his behavior. Jon is an asshole.
  14. I love that Dothraki telling Tyrion "your people can't fight". That will put to rest any question of which people are better in battle. The Dothraki will beat the Westerosi in open combat. Bronn deserves to die for what he did, that bastard. I hope he's dead.