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  1. I think an original spin-off would be much better instead of adapting a source material that is either the audience already know or it's insufficient to put on television (coughD&Ecough). Kinda like doing what the Star Wars franchise has been doing.
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    Euron's Plan and Why it has Failed

    Not really. Drogon was aggressive at the pit and Dany was pretty bad at timing them. So Dany would have to use the Dragonbinder to take control of her dragons compltely. Plus, it would seems like Moqorro is going to side with Dany and leading the dragonbinder to her. So maybe this is the case.
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    Euron's Plan and Why it has Failed

    Now there has been a lot of speculations and hints that Euron has been practicing blood sacrifice as we read in the Forsaken chapter where he sacrificed Aeron and Falia, to overcome the Redwyne fleet, he isn't over yet and Victarion is still miles behind him. If Victarion does manage to suceed getting the dragons over to his side or Euron's plan fail to get the dragons to his side, then he would use some methods to change of plan. Thus, agreeing with the others that he plan to invade Old Town to grab the books about the dragons along with blood sacrifice in order to avoid the back flip outcomes, especially if he cannot obtain the dragons. If Euron won't have the dragons and Dany will be the one to use it only, then totally yes.
  4. I think this would have been too, too obvious and reveal too much if they include it. And judging by the way Jaime looks at Cersei in the finale, this mark off the bat.
  5. I mentioned a lot of things previously, but the the notable thing i want to add new the show didn't include Tyrion doing a freakin' blackflip when he met Jon at the feast in the first book.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    I see. Thank you.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    I'm not sure if this has been brought up, but how old Euron was exactly when he killed Harlon? Harlon was Quellon's first son and said to died as a child. But Euron was 4 or 5 years younger than him...
  8. When you said it that way, it makes me realize that Bran is the vessel to stop the potential Stark civil war between Jon and Sansa. The rightful heir return and Bran explained the whole truth to everyone about Jon's parentage (or show it to Jon via vision), thus preventing Littlefinger from stepping up his game. While Sansa and Jon learned that Bran is alive, they still wouldn't know he is as they don't know whatever is happening to him. Whether he's safe or not right now. The DVD revealed the Mad King and some facts about the TOJ before, and last year season 5 finally included the Tourney of Harranhal. So there will be more of Bran's visions in season 7 and this may be where Bran is picking up. If not, then what Bran's visions will be for season 7?
  9. About Jon and Sansa not mentioning about Bran, I believe it's most likely they think Bran could be dead at this point. Jon was informed that Bran has gone beyond the wall and he could been kill by the White Walkers. The fact that Jon fail to save Rickon add more salt to Jon's and Sansa's optimism about believing Bran is still alive. About Jojen, I'm more intrigue with how his role will play out in the book, Like you mention, Jojen's death was handle poorly in the show, but given the recent plot twist about Bran's power, there's no doubt that his role has some significance to that power and the time travel. I noticed that Jojen's seizures were a lot similar to Wyllis' before he turned Hodor. So maybe Jojen was warged by Bran or Bloodraven? In addition, Benjen mentioned Jojen. So I'm glad that Jojen wasn't a completely pointless character in the show. Can't wait for Winds to reveal more this in depth. On the side note, so glad that we are getting the Tourney of Harranhal, to be narrated by Meera! It could be the Knight of the Laughing Tree. Maybe all of this are set up for season 7. That we gonna see how the story really play out at the tourney and how Rhaegar and Lyanna meet? After all, given the locations for the filming and the casting call with the new characters with some unusual background, the possibility here are high.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 610?

    10 out 10. The best finale since Fire and Blood.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    So basically Euron is Show!Ramsay villain sue?
  12. Wishful thinking, but now that Bran is the Three-Eyed Crow/Raven, I want Bran to become a God! The powerful Greenseer and all! And then maybe fight Euron with his powerful magic? Yeah I know, stupid of me... But with Bran's new power, it's going to be interesting how it will play out. We are still going to have more visions from him with the reveal that he can change the past. What other things he can do? And regarding the whole Bran cause Aerys to become mad, I hope it isn't true cause of how cliché it sound and I want that the Mad King went insane due to the Targ incest..
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    The way GRMM wrote Falia here is perplexing. In the first chapter, she was the one who order her half-sisters and stepmother to serve naked. Here, she's nice to Aeron and acts like a young, dreaming girl. Was she too naive to know how dire her action were?
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 606?

    8 out of 10. Yes, slow pace but that's what I like about it. The fact that we have no death and the scenes felt like those of season 2 or 3.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Aeron I (Balticon)

    We don't know how reliable Falia was. Yes, she was mistreated by her family, but to what extend? Mistreated as "not having the same rights as her noble family" (like Jon's case), force to work in Cinderella fashion, or was abused by them? Judging by her naivety, it seems like she doesn't know the situation better and takes it pitifully.