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  1. My brain was fixed in a long line of no no no no no NOOOOOOOOO Idk if it was expected, Jon Snow should have fought the Night King, I Will say it till my dying breath
  2. I never believed the Mad Queen theories because it felt too repetitive and too much like a greek tragedy. My reasons for wishing this won't come true in the book are : There's already a mad Queen, Cersei. The fact that one cannot escape genetic destiny or family legacy. Daenerys, mad as her brother and father, it's too much for my liking. Repetitive history. In Westeros, women who desire power for themselves are always regarded evil and unworthy of the crown. Visenya, may not have wanted the throne, but was regarded as spellcaster who dealt in blood and magic, and as a kinslayer. Rhaenyra, denied of her crown because of her sex, and vilified ever after as the sole responsible for the Dance of Dragons and death of so many Targaryens. And Danerys, who loses her mind, for wanting the throne , for the wrong reasons. And as a Daenerys fan, I won't have my wish fullfilled for her to end and die like a good guy , but I hope the story Will be different and devoid of the "crazy woman" aspect . If book Daenerys turns into a tyrant, prone to rage, cruel, ruthless woman who won't be able to handle her worst impulses of Fire and blood and that's her undoing , Im up for all that. Just not another tale of how the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, please.
  3. I never wouldve imagined that I would end up hating the Starks. Never. Im glad Jon left them all behind, they all pushed him in the direction of how badly things turn out.
  4. This was an echo to season 1. Jon make the same choice as Ned, he lets go of his honor for the good of his sisters. Sansa gets to be queen, what she always wanted. And in the end didnt deserve it. She broke her father and Jons thrust , and terrible things happened because of it. I like Sansa in the books but if she is going to repeat this story, thats a hard no for me.
  5. Me neither. It is why I was so outraged. This is directky from Ki Harringtom mouth: “But if you track her story all the way back, she does some terrible things. She crucifies people. She burns people alive. This has been building. So, we have to say to the audience: ‘You’re in denial about this woman as well. You knew something was wrong. You’re culpable, you cheered her on.’” JFC, she was a good person who lost her way. I always loved her and will remember her fondly for the person she set out to be. Daenerys Stormborn and not a mad queen will live in my memories of this series.
  6. My biigest issue with the finale is thzt the tried to makes guilty for supporting Daenerys's journey. I hated that speech that Tyrion gave about how she was really always evil because she killed her enemies in Essos. We just cheered for her and didn't see the truth in the face. She killed them with fire, dragons and with other means. Just because she didn't wield a sword, didnt do it herself and wasn't a man, it doesnt make her a crazy villain. What she did in KL is another story. But trying to make us feel COMPLICIT because we cheered when she crucified child murderers and killed slavers is fucking insane. Why all of the sudden they are aplying modern sensitivities to the story?  In the recently posted EW interview even Kit agrees, Dany was never a good person we never believed the signs. FFS! Emilia Clarke seems to be heartbroken and very conflicted about the morality of her character even 2 years later. Whatever her undoing in Westeros was and her fast descent into madness/villainy it does not negate her past actions. Daenerys Targaryen was a GOOD PERSON and made the world across the sea a better place despite the doom she caused in her homeland.
  7. I hated that speech that Tyrion gave about how she was really always evil because she killed her enemies in Essos. We just cheered for her and didn't see the truth in the face. She killed them with fire, dragons and with other means. Just because she didn't wield a sword, didnt do it herself and wasn't a man, it doesnt make her a crazy villain. What she did in KL is another story. But trying to make us feel COMPLICIT because we cheered when she crucified child murderers and killed slavers is fucking insane. Why all of the sudden they are aplying modern sensitivities to the story?  In the recent EW interview even Kit agrees, Dany was never a good person we never believed the signs. FFS! Emilia Clarke seems to be heartbroken and very conflicted about the morality of her character even 2 years later. Whatever her undoing in Westeros was and her fast descent into madness/villainy it does not negate her past actions. Daenerys Targaryen was a GOOD PERSON and made the world across the sea a better place despite the doom she caused in her homeland.
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