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  1. In an even larger sense, this horrifying mess was the climax of a story 10 years in the making (or 20 years if you're going by the books). The very first scene of Game of Thrones introduces us to the Others and shows them to be a real, if mysterious, threat. As time has gone on, we've seen more and more of them, and they've always been this kind of vague threat just lurking on the periphary of the political story. But they were always there, and they were always coming. Then, they finally break through the wall after thousands of years, and..... They make it as far as Winterfell? They lasted 3 episodes south of the Wall, after being hyped up for literally decades. What the hell was the point of the Others? Why were they even in the story, if their only purpose was "bad just to be bad"? No motivation, no history, no explanation, just show up and get destroyed? It makes zero sense in a storytelling context. Absolutely zero sense.
  2. Well, Jon is Dragonborn. Maybe he was trying to use the Thu'um. At this point, no stupid thing D&D could come up with would surprise me.
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    Will we ever hear the Other/White Walker language?

    Yes, this. I think they may just stare at each other and communicate telepathically. But they have to explain why the Others want to attack, and more importantly, why NOW. It's probably the greatest mystery of the whole series, and if they end the show without addressing it, it will be a massive letdown.
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    So who would you bend the knee to?

    Given the choice, it'd have to be the Mannis.
  5. Aegonzo The Great

    Will we ever hear the Other/White Walker language?

    Probably true. After this season, I'm more convinced than ever that (on the show at least) the Others are just mindless killing machine bad guys. Why bother having them talk or figure out their motivations? They kill things, and have an army of zombies, that's all we need to know, apparently.
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    Will we ever hear the Other/White Walker language?

    In the Prologue of the first book, they are described as talking in a language that sounds like "ice cracking", I believe.
  7. dunno, found it on google

  8. Aegonzo The Great

    [Spoilers] EP610

    Varys is a Faceless Man.... Confirmed?
  9. Aegonzo The Great

    [Spoilers] EP610

    So is Cersei now officially the main antagonist?
  10. Aegonzo The Great

    [Spoilers] EP610

    A theory no more.
  11. Aegonzo The Great

    [Spoilers] EP610

    Daario..... just...stop.
  12. Aegonzo The Great

    [Spoilers] EP610

    Davos bringing the feels.
  13. Aegonzo The Great

    [Spoilers] EP609

    Dragons and giants are fantasy. Wood and its tendency to burn isn't.
  14. Aegonzo The Great

    [Spoilers] EP609

    I meant more the battle looks like it's over, then reinforcements show up and turn the tide. They did it at Blackwater. They did it with Stannis and the Wildlings. They did it here. Just gets old.
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    [Spoilers] EP609

    I know, but I think it's a tired trope that D&D lean on way too much. I call it the "Helm's Deep Syndrome" (HDS).
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