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  1. Deminelle

    Tyrion and Sansa...

    But in the show Missandei says Naath will welcome them?
  2. Deminelle

    Tyrion and Sansa...

    How does it confirm that?
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    Jon was sentenced to never have a wife or reproduce himself. Sansa might settle for Gendry, she was already supposed to marry Baratheons.
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    Yara, I thought, was more interested in women. Tyrion did suggest Jon and Dany marry. Tyrion is someone I can see fixing marriages, one for himself as well, in the future. Does Gendry still wait for Arya? I don't think so. He'll marry soon.
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    Tyrion and Sansa...

    I've tried to draw connections between the events: Tyrion and Bran talking at the fireplace, Tyrion suggesting Bran as King, leaving North for Sansa to grab. As if it was planned much longer than only after the battle.
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    If there was season 9...

    I would also prefer a time jump. Tyrion has a pretty daughter, who would actually be smart and has her daddy wrapped around her little finger. She knows all the stories. Sansa is not the mother but Tyrion still reminisces her fondly. The real mother died in child birth, naturally. North has isolated themselves from Westeros because they prosper while the rest of the land lacks everything under Bran's rule: food, education... weapons they don't really need because there are no wars. Bran is still searching for Drogon in vain, spends most of his time wandering in his memories and his visions are all blurry. He has started training hundreds of young cripples and other outcasts to warg too, but they don't really get anywhere, they just loiter around in his palace. The lords are too happy spending time in Bronn's brothels. Rest of the Unsullied and Dothraki keep the common people in order as they work in the fields. They were long ago promised their own lands if they work hard enough but this was long forgotten. Sam has immersed himself in finding important documents in Citadel but can't keep track of anything. Home is packed with kids, Gilly giving birth to one every year. Tyrion's daughter, called Cerseime after her late aunt and uncle, is the new adventurer in the story. Trying to get in contact with mysterious Queen Sansa she's only heard tales of. Hoping she'd be kind enough to help the degraded South. Cerseime brings together all second generation characters to start a fabulous journey to Winterfell. Something to start with...
  7. Deminelle

    Independent North

    Obviously Theresa May hasn't watched Game of Thrones. She could have learned something from Sansa.
  8. Deminelle

    So once again...the writers forgot about Gendry

    For a while I expected them to tell everyone next that Jon has a claim and he will take the throne.
  9. Deminelle

    A season of Jons betrayal

    There just has to be season 9, lol. Dany isn't dead after all, Drogon took her some place to get recovered. We have enough characters to carry on. Maybe not quite the next year but in ten or twenty.
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    A season of Jons betrayal

    This was never really pointed out. What came between them was Dany's orders which he didn't approve. We never really saw him reject her because she's too close family.
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    Loose ends

    Did the others ever come to know about Jon's real parents? Did the secret stay with Tyrion, Sam and the Starks?
  12. Deminelle

    So...what was the final WTF moment ?

    Also the intelligence of the dragon when it wanted to burn down the throne. Knowing the hunger for power caused all problems.
  13. Deminelle

    Is Cersei Really Pregnant?

    Cersei and Robert also talked about their lost child. Also, in those days they would wear very tight dresses you wouldn't even notice the pregnancy when it was almost the due date.
  14. In episode three I already posted this: Bran and Tyrion were talking in front of a fireplace. In this last episode when Jon says to Bran in their final scene: "I'm sorry I wasn't there when you needed me." Bran's answer: "You were exactly were you were supposed to be." At least I'd like to think that Bran ultimately played them all in the end. Many people got killed but the Stark family members survived. He was perhaps able to effect on things so that the end result was him getting the crown. I wish they had made a clear ending to show this way. Make the viewers realize it, but not the characters themselves.