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  1. ::spoilers:: test ::spoilers:: oops, embarassing
  2. Things I liked: The ships bombarding Meereen. Simply epic. The Hound scenes Jaime and Edmure, even if they changed Jaime back to a douche. The King's Landing stuff. Really interesting twist about not being able to have trial by combats. GET UN-HYPE Arya and the Waif doing parkour Things I was meh: Bronn and Pod Dany's arrival Things I hated: Tyrion scenes Jaime and Brienne The off screen death of the Blackfish 6/10
  3. I only took points off for the Arya scene. The Waif could have done a much better job. The North was well done, the Riverrun scenes were PERFECT. I got nostalgia back to seasons 2&3 from them that's for sure. And of course having Sandor back was great. GET HYPE
  4. No way. He has just figured out what Martin has been hinting at all along: There are no gods. Euron even says hr believes in no gods in the chapter. They are all impaled on his throne. The only god he seems to worship, if any, is the god of death. Thinking about it, the FM, and the HoBaW, also have a similar worldview as Euron. But we don't think of them as "possessed."
  5. These were my thoughts exactly, as soon as Euron said he needed Aeron's blood, I knew Aeron didn't have much time left. With all that blood sacrifice coming, the Redwynes are doomed.
  6. My thoughts exactly. GRRM has said that he never likes to write black and white characters. However, we have a couple of characters that are completely evil. Joffery and Ramsey are cases in point. If they are completely evil it is only because they are psychpaths, thus, insane. So Euron may also be one of these psychopaths.
  7. Dang, this looks dark. Not really what I signed up for when I got into ASOIAF lol. But it sure is interesting. I really like the idea that Euron was a failed apprentice of Bloodraven. It makes a lot of sense. "When I was a boy, I dreamt that I could fly," That's pretty solid evidence in my opinion. Euron's megalomania seems unparalleled by any other King so far. He is playing his own game, and in His game there are literally no rules. Looks like he is going to try and use the FM, Dany and perhaps even the Others, to accomplish the goal of ruling all of Westeros and the oceans. Will it blow up in his face? Perhaps... Do you think Euron will be the big bad? It's interesting that Martin introduced him so late in the narrative if that is so. Also, do you think after making us hate Euron Martin will try and give him a redemptive arc like he has done with Jamie and Theon, or is Euron to nasty?
  8. Things I hated - Littlefingers teleporter Summer's death The genital wart Things I was meh - Dany Kingsmoot Arya Tyrion Things I loved - Children of the forest/white walker reveal "Hold the door!"
  9. That's what I concluded after watching the episode. The Aegon storyline is going to happen without Aegon. Woopty doo...
  10. I think the direction they took Dorne in this episode was logical to where they have been leading the story there for a while. I was very disappointed to see there would be no Dornish master plan and to see Hotah taken out so easily. But, I can't figure out how those two Sand Snakes got on the ship to take out Tristane. Would have been much more logical if it was a hired assassin who killed him. And that Mel seen... Just... MY EYES
  11. That ending was so lame I was actually laughing. Legit laughing. I'm not exaggerating. And I am no longer a Stannis fan. Grrrrrrr... That made zero sense.
  12. My fist was pumping so hard! I can't stop shaking. How am I going to function now...
  13. Just re-red the red wedding. Hurts every time.

  14. Pardon me, I'm new here :)

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