The selection of the new King in KL is the most tragic scene. Stupidity on another level.
I'd love it if anyone gave any logical explanation for the following.
People of the realm follow stories? Is that all required to be king? Can a jester or orator become king?
Haven't several stories spread in the past. Specifically about Jamie's sons? Why didn't the whole world oppose and select a new king? Why didn't Cercei's forces defect after they heard the story (bcoz that's all it takes), if a story is all that is needed? Does loyalty mean nothing? The council just elects the leader of a house as king. However, The house still continues as a monarchy. In time, one house grows too powerful, and the "wheel" reconstructs. How is this smart?
Grey worm was itching to eliminate Dany's enemies he was willing to keep no Lannister prisoners, yet he let Jon snow live as a prisoner for long.
The greatest fighting force who are afraid of nothing, He's suddenly scared of northern men. Why does GW even want peace? Didn't he himself say he needs justice? Didn't he state several times he was not afraid to die.Did he just forget about his queen so easily?
Wouldn't they have gone all out, dying to get revenge? To "traitors" (perspective) who betrayed their liberator?
There is no need for any nights watch, why send "cripples bastards and broken things" there anymore?
With the wall not mentioned as reconstructed, couldn't they just circle back into the realm?
Dany's forces are sailing to Essos. Why can't Jon reach the "independent" north and decide to stay? Who would stop him?
Why does Arya become Magellan all of a sudden. Of the thousands of ships and sailors, none thought of exploring what's west of westeros? No one thought free lands, resources and possibly gold could exist west? She was the fucking first one in the whole world to think so?
So many questions, so few answers, no consistency.