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  1. btfu806

    What was the point of Jorah contracting greyscale?

    The final resident evil movie? Can't remember if they were close...
  2. I would like it to be the NK, I think it makes more sense that way, but my betting money is on Cersei. They love her too much not to have her in all six episodes and be the focus.
  3. btfu806

    Season 8: News, Spoilers And Leaks

    Thanks. I take it the D&D quote is from a long while ago. So it will be interesting to see how their ending is compared to GRRM's, when he finishes the books.
  4. btfu806

    Season 8: News, Spoilers And Leaks

    Did D&D say they were going to get close to GRRM's ending? I know we all say it, and I know it's said that GRRM told them his ending (which honestly I don't understand how he could have, if he is a "grower of stories" he shouldn't really know the ending, it should happen organically, but that's neither here nor there) but I didn't know if D&D actually said it, just curious!
  5. I guess I should have phrased that better, because I agree. In the beginning I liked him a lot. But season 5 and on, I don't think there is a single character I really like anymore. But yes, all the characters now (and for the past few seasons) have become unbearable.
  6. Personally blackwater was just much better to see than just to read. I LOVE that whole sequences of events and I think that episode has some great lines. I read the books before watching the show and the show's portrayal of Tyrion is interesting. I hated Tyrion in the books (no idea why, just did) in the show they made him much more likable, for me at least. So I liked that. I thought Ned's death and the Red Wedding were done well on the show. The books was a bigger wow factor for me since I didn't know what was going on, but I liked Ned's point of view in his death and I liked Rob's point of view (or at least kinda point of view) at the Red Wedding. And the music in the show was obviously really well done, not that the books could totally complete with that. But the music has been so good with that show, except for Season 3 episode 3 after Jamie loses his hand. What a freaking misstep that was with the music...
  7. btfu806

    A call to arms

    I would like it at the very least if she is the character meant to take over winterfell, that she learns to swing a sword for when she "passes the sentence" But if they teach her how to fight so she can go fight WWs. Sigh...
  8. btfu806

    We need to talk about the end of Daenerys III

    That's probably because Winds hasn't come out yet so she has only been mentioned in the chapters that have been released (I think). If she doesn't have a POV in Winds I would be very shocked.
  9. btfu806

    Do D&D hate feminity?

    Honestly, I have to go back and read the books, I don't remember off the top of my head. I remember Arya not liking girls for the most part and same with Brianne. But you may be absolutely right, it's just been a while. Agreed on pretty much everything else you said.
  10. btfu806

    Cersei's full strength

    The GC will be exactly the amount she needs to make the fight close and the tensions high. At this point it's whatever D&D want it to be, she isn't lasting this long in the books.
  11. Agreed. The books won't ever have him near the throne (I assume, I can't see it going that direction). The show, there are enough ways to write it to go the way you want and have it make just enough sense that you don't question it right away.
  12. btfu806

    So, how well will the Northern lords take

    This. It's going to be forced drama that won't make sense at any point (except for maybe the beginning when they don't agree with Jon's choices). Unfortunately a lot about this show has gotten pretty predictable.
  13. btfu806

    Do D&D hate feminity?

    They like what ever is popular and will make for "OMG BREAK THE INTERNET" moments. I don't think they care for feminity. Arya and Brianne are pretty much like that in the books as well from what I remember, so they didn't do much to change that. But after the Sansa rape they had to empower women a lot on the show and made some seriously questionable show direction changes because of it. So I don't think that makes them pro females, just pro not having people hate them. They in general, in my opinion, just seem very pro themselves and very full of themselves. So maybe they do hate feminity? Because that's not them?
  14. btfu806

    Little Questions That Don't Fit Anywhere Else Part 3

    Or they just merged his character with other characters to simplify things on the show or ... something. (Though, you're probably right that he's not a Targ and is a Blackfryre .... I just really want him to be the real Aegon so bad ha).
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