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    Robert rebellion was based on a lie, by whom?

    How is it a lie if Lyanna was betrothed to Robert? Robert and the North would have still rebelled even if they were in love.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 707?

    Far far far better than last weeks episode which was a relief. Favorite parts. The reveal of the wight. Theon's redemption fight. I've seen plenty of people who didn't enjoy it and found the fighting dumb, but I found it satisfying seeing him finally overcome his fears. Pouring the salt water on his face obviously emphasizing his rebirth. What is dead may never die. Jamie and Cersei conversation, Having not seen the leaks unlike you lot, I actually thought Cersei was going to have Jamie killed. That would have been some shocker. Great acting by both once again especially Lena who may currently be the best actor of the show. Parts I wasn't a fan of. The Theon and Jon conversation. This whole scene was unnecessary. I don't want to see Jon just forgive Theon for betraying Robb and killing sr Rodrick. Then to call him part Stark was just ridiculous. Littlefingers death. Now the scene wasn't actually that bad apart from maybe his pathetic crying at the end. Its just that it leaves a sour taste after being one of the most interesting and intelligent characters for 4 seasons to be reduced to this. It seems ever since he sold Sansa to the Boltons, which made no sense, his character has been on a downward spiral ever since. Sam - Similar to Littlefinger his scene with bran wasn't bad but I just feel his whole season has been such a let down and doesn't make much sense either. He went all the way to the Citadel to find out that there was dragonglass on Dragonstone that would kill white walkers which he already knew from season 5. Why not stay there and find out more important stuff. but oh well. Was a bit confused at how the dragon took out the whole wall but I'm sure I'll find an answer. The boat sex scene was alright albeit carried by Kit Harrington's muscle bottom. Did Rhaegar forget he already had a child called Aegon??? I suppose Lyanna named him. But surely she would also know that Rhaegar had another son called Aegon. Just seem like some comically lazy writing. Overall I'd give the episode a 7 which is 4 more than last week. A satisfying closure to a mixed season for me.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 706?

    That's further proof that people shouldn't take the critics and so called ''experts'' seriously.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 706?

    I have two scores. When I turn my brain off, I give it a 9. When I switch my brain on, it goes down to a 3.
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    How would you rate episode 309?

    Haha I thought you were talking about season 7 episode 6.
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    How would you rate episode 309?

    Are you joking? Haha.
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    [Poll] How would rate episode 703?

    The most ridiculous part of the episode was by far Sam somehow healing Jorah with no experience and the maester just not caring. Wouldn't the cure of greyscale be a pretty major thing in Westeros? As for the Dragonstone scenes I thought it did drag on a bit maybe because Kit and Emilia aren't the most charismatic actors. However I did like how both Jon and Danny did not budge on their views and did not come to an immediate solution to Jon refusing to bend the knee. My guess is the show's solution to this problem is for them to marry. They're both available after-all and both need each other. It would unite the kingdoms, Jon gets to remain king which will keep the north happy and Danny becomes queen of the seven kingdoms which is what she thinks she was born to do. Thus the Kingdoms will be united in Ice and Fire against the others. Very predictable if this happens though. Casterly Rock and High Garden didn't look as good as I wanted but I guess there's a budget. I do hope there is some consequences to Tyrion's terrible plan and strategic failings. Danny at this stage should really sack him as hand of the queen. I'm not sure why she'd give it to him in the first place, when she returned back to Mereen the city was at war and to reward Tyrion she makes him hand of the queen. She doesn't have the best judgement for a queen. Euron was once again the funniest and most entaining character and some spice that the show has been missing. His dialogue with Jamie is a very good watch. Lena continues to do a good job at playing cersei, definitely one of the best actors on the show. Although I am not convinced about the Iron bank backing Cersei after how she treated them. Danny still has three dragons, thousands of Dothraki and Unsullied army so its an extremely risky choice backing Cersei but if it makes the plot more interesting why not. I've seen people complain about Bran's emotions or lack of but I liked it because it showed there are consequences to being the three eyed raven and having supernatural abilities. There are pros and cons to everything in life. Also Brans has in a short space of time absorbed lifetimes of information of course he maybe a bit robotic as a result. Littlefinger hypnotizing speech about thinking about everything was very vague. He was one of the best villains on the show but it does seem that his purpose on the show is finished and that it is only a matter of time until he gets killed off. The just don't know what to do with him anymore and when you think about all the ciaos he has caused for his ladder his death will have been a longtime coming. Finally I am a bit bemused at out easily the Tyrells got wiped out. Weren't the Tyrells meant to have laid seige outside of kingslanding? How has Euron got his fleet all the way around Westeros while the Tyrells have done absolutely nothing and what's the situation in Dorne shouldn't their army be on the move as their leaders Obara and the sand snakes have been captured and some killed. Did Obara actually rule in Dorne because the show never really made that clear? The whole Dorne plot in the show has been a bit of a cluster fuck and I wasn't even a big book Dorne fan. Another thing who owns the Storm-lands since Stannis died? Does he still have men guarding that castle? The show could clear this up in a matter of seconds and it would make the situation far clearer. Anyway got a bit side tracked but I am a bit sad Olenna has died as she was one of the best actors on the show, a traditional old school English actress. Her scene with Jamie at the end was a nice farewell to her character and I enjoyed it. I'd give this episode a 6 - 7.
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    FIRE AND BLOOD Volume 1

    Has GRRM said whether this book will include the Targaryens in Valyria? I want to know how Valeria compares to other places like kingslanding while I want to know more about the targaryen origin, valyrian steel and of course the dragons. Also will we have have POVs or will it be written third person or just a detailed description of places, people and events.
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    How would you rate episode 702?

    They should hire some temporary staff for the season to help this site run smoothly and prevent it from being almost inaccessible.
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    How would you rate episode 702?

    Why is Davos oblivious to the fact there's dragon glass on Dragonstone? Also why has this site been so slow over the last few days?
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    How would you rate episode 702?

    Oh i did enjoy Arya and Hotpie's reunion even though it was a bit of rehash of when Brienne visited the inn. Moreover, Arya not knowing a thing about Jon taking Winterfell was just plain stupid. If I was a writer of the show I would have taken out Arya killing all those freys last episode as it was unnecessary and purely there to start the show off with a bang/fan service. She'd already killed Walder and his sons, the other freys we'd never even seen before. It was just over kill. Instead of bumping into some Lannisters and ed sheeran, what about her bumping into some freys who are actually nice instead of making the whole house like cartoon dumb and evil. In that scene she would find out about Jon being king and decide to head north. I'd take out the Hotpie scene as as result which would leave us with the Nymeria scene and I'd leave it at that. Rant over.
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    How would you rate episode 702?

    Much better than the last episode for me. Tyrion and Varys actually got dialogue! Hallelujah. Although Vary's saying he's only doing it for the people is that really true? Dany makes a good point about varys scheming instead of counseling. Would a man of the people really be scheming for another king/queen which would cause a massive loss of life? I do like how Cersei is using the Dothraki against Danny to get people to join her like randyl. I was a bit butthurt from the Arya and Nymeria scene. But i guess Nymeria felt abandoned by arya.
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    How would you rate episode 701?

    My expectations were very low though.
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    How would you rate episode 701?

    Well the chances of Jon and Danny dying this season are incredibly slim. I actually enjoyed Sandor this episode even though I'm not quite sure how i feel about the visions in the flames. I thought this season opener was predictable but solid and far better than last years which doesn't say that much. I would give it a 6/7 out of 10.
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    How would you rate episode 701?

    However my personal opinions on the episode is that it wasn't the best. I thought the Intro with Arya was so predictable, I can't imagine many people being shocked when she poisoned the freys. Does she realize that these men were just following orders? The writers have been giving way too much fan service of late, the ''good'' characters must get justice over the ''evil'' characters. What made the books and the show so real was that justice was not always served and that the characters we loved did not always win which happens often in the real world. This made the show a lot harder to predict. Unfortunately the show have stopped caring about that.