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  1. JonNoMore

    [Spoilers] EP606

    Ending up together = pairing up romantically at the end of the series / your happily ever after type of relationship Pairing up = to be romantically-linked At least that's how I see it.
  2. JonNoMore

    [Spoilers] EP606

    I don't believe i've said anything about them ending up together, I just said they may be paired up - whether temporarily or permanently (which I think is unlikely), it's difficult to say at this point. Game of Thrones may not be a love story, but it's about love, sex, politics, good vs evil among many other things. In the books, Bran also has a crush on Meera, so I don't think it's far-fetched to think the show is heading in that direction as well.
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    [Spoilers] EP606

    I think if they do pair up, it could be done well if it's not overly romanticised. It would be the only Stark/anyone pairing that would have any groundwork laid out before and therefore make sense. I think if D&D were heading in this direction, we should expect to see more Bran-Meera moments in the following episodes.
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    [Spoilers] EP606

    Does anyone else think that D&D is setting up a Bran/Meera pairing? I know in the books Bran has a crush on Meera despite a significant age gap. However, this is much less apparent on the show due to Ellie's youthful looks. I thought the chemistry between Issac and Ellie was great last night, I wonder if it's something D&D will take advantage of in the show.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP510 Discussion

    Hi everyone, I've been lurker for awhile now but never thought to join in any discussion until now. I'm a show lover who's read the books and have been accepting of all the changes made in the show until ep10. I've read the interviews by Kit and Weiss who were both adamant that Jon is gone for good. Weiss made the comment that in the books, Jon's death is ambiguous, but in the show it HAS to be clear-cut. This leads me to believe that Jon is dead and not coming back. As a proponent of R+L=J, I'm devastated to learn that this is the ending that they (both D&D + Martin) have planned for Jon. What is the purpose of all the foreshadowing in the books and show if Jon is not AA or integral to the song of ice and fire? Let's assume that if Jon is to really die and not be resurrected in any way, what is the real significance of R+L=J other than Jon being AA? On the other hand, maybe Jon will be resurrected but in another form - like an ice dragon hidden in the wall, or a dragon to be awoken amidst "salt and smoke". Or maybe his death is needed to advance future plot points. Any thoughts?
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