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  1. After seeing Daenerys go all crazy Jon Targaryan decides he will sacrifice his own desires and do what's best for the 7 kingdoms. He flies off on (a not stupidly dead) Rhaegal and rallies the 7 kingdoms to claim his throne. He returns and lays seige to King's Landing. Rhaegal and Drogon battle each other above the city. Rhaegal is no match for his brother and is wounded. But Bran wargs Drogon just in time and takes control of him. He then burns Daenerys' forces including Greyworm with Drogon as Daenerys watches helplessly from on the back of the dragon. (Karmic justice) Drogon crash lands as Rhaegal lands nearby. Drogon is still under brans control. Jon draws longclaw and drives it into the helpless dragon's brain as Daenerys pleads for mercy. Jon takes the throne and sentences Daenerys into exile in Essos. Gendry Baratheon becomes hand of the king in honor of Ned and Roberts past friendship. Bran now is somewhat insane due to the dragon dying while being warged. Bran returns to seek the children of the forest to help heal his mind. Sam becomes Lord commander of a new Nights Watch in case the wildlings ever become a threat again or a new Night King arises. The wall is rebuilt. Jon grants the North, Dorne and the Iron Islands independence. Flash forward before end credits roll... Daenerys is with a child in Essos. Jon's heir. She is holding a dragon egg in her hand and looking to the west. Queue up Game of Thrones "part 2" lol. Or something like that
  2. With the girl also getting executed: even better.
  3. Even more reason why realistically she would have had the archers kill him before he even spoke.
  4. It's glaringly apparent that 99% of the writing currently aims for shock value and last minute saves. They'll sacrifice whatever they need to to achieve it. Plot, character arcs and development, logic etc... It's like they decided to make nearly every moment of the past seasons some mini version of the Red Wedding. I'm so disgusted with this show.
  5. Yeah the only benefit of a stronger claim is it's likely it would get you a bigger army and more allies. Having a claim is step 1. Then you must 2. lay claim through war or assassination. Then 3. hold your claim against war or assassination It's very survival of the fittest. The throne belongs to whoever can claim it, take it and hold it. So far Cersei is a champ.
  6. Well, maybe if they had not been so prone to marrying direct relatives... It's just possible it threw a few genetic screws loose.
  7. I think the crazy is coming; when she decides to burn every man, woman and child in King's Landing in a fit of rage. You know, her subjects.
  8. At this point Daenerys is too incompetent to be on the throne along with the fact I'm sure she will soon be too crazy. The mad Queen. It's being set up. What a waste of dragons on her. Can Jon like, hatch some dragons? And the years following her story arch. Waste of time, in the end, to only discover I quite dislike her. Heck I might even prefer Cersei on the throne over Danaerys, at least she's cold calculating and cunning. Instead of clueless and crazy.
  9. Well, we know for certain dragon glass kills the white walkers. But Valaryan steel is "magic" so who knows.
  10. Maybe it's just me but the way they did the Night King's makeup when he grinned and/or smirked he looked kinda like a cartoon character or clown or something. Not terrifying, but rather a little goofy. Maybe it's me.
  11. Truly I have no idea what Jon was doing. Upon first watching I assumed he had just reached a breaking point and had given up; deciding to let Viserion just roast him and was simply screaming in helpless frustration. He didn't even try to use his Valaryan steel sword. But it's ok. Arya saved him. Yay!
  12. Why would I want to hear that? It makes absolutely no difference to me. He could be yelling get me some tacos for all I care. Sounds pretty clear to me. But I'm half deaf. Shrug
  13. It sounds like he screams go! But it looks like he's yelling at Viserion to go. Like trying to tame him. Silly Targaryan. Not possible to tame a wight dragon. Not buying the Arya thing.
  14. Easy to do too. Have killing the night king only destroy the wights he personally created. Leaves the white walkers and many wights still but a way more reasonable number. Then have a final epic battle ensue with more even odds.
  15. If Theon had just saved 1 more dragonglass arrow. Wouldn't have had to suicide himself in a quarter mile spear charge. Might have even been the one to save the day.
  16. Yeah. Dragon saddles should have been a thing by now. They're not in the books either, it's kind of ridiculous. Maybe the dragons never fly upside down or sideways? ; )
  17. Desperately searching for Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring, alas doomed never to find them.
  18. Should have at least had him draw his sword and attack. It is Valaryan steel. Maybe has a Chance. But yelling was less "empowering" I guess. So they went with that. Overall Jon has become, to me, a bland and uninspiring character and it's kinda sad.
  19. Yeah. It wasn't shown very well. But Jorah is their commander I assume and he gave no command. They just went. Which is believable as they are undisciplined and arrogant in general and IIRC had never seen the dead army. Whether the premature attack made a difference, I doubt it.
  20. Not the way the trench was set up. Not sure they could retreat.
  21. Well I mean everything has a "flank" if you go far enough. But Daenerys and Jon we're waaaaay out of any useful tactical range so that's not really a "flank" more of a "safe vantage point". The question that needs to be answered first and foremost is, did they know the size of the Army of the Dead? They should have but it doesn't mean they did. Bran hasn't exactly been "useful". Let's be honest, the Bran Bait Plan is kind of flawed at least equally as much as the Dothroki charge? And if Bran knew ahead of time it was to be Arya, why not have Arya already hidden in the Weirwood Grove before the battle? I mean if you pick it apart enough, none of it makes much sense. But it did have cool visuals.
  22. Well yeah. If they were going to meet on the open field the infantry maybe should have followed behind however, if the good guys and bad guys get all tangled up fighting the dragons can't burn the dead without burning the living. Poses a problem. Really when lighting their weapons on fire Mel should've also passed out red shirts to them all.
  23. I keep seeing mention of these mysterious "flanks" of the undead horde. There weren't flanks. It was a massive overwhelming disorganized ocean of thousands upon thousands of fast moving undead. It was hopeless And cavalry being nearly worthless given the shock and awe value was completely useless against this foe. Seriously right before the battle Daenerys should have said "Now go flank them!" "Flank" wink wink being a code word for get the hell out of here so in case we win I still have an army albeit a small one. The unsullied otoh have always been expendable ; )
  24. They went all in on the Bran plan and it wasn't ever a force v. force strategy. Agreed. Which Tyrion should have maybe suggested were he actually smart unlike how the show has portrayed him. I'm still not convinced the Dothroki would have charged a massive army of dead and sacrificed themselves for her and Westeros. I mean I know they like her... But that? More likely they head for the nearest port for passage back home.
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