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  1. Oh my bad, I thought we were talking about ''How To Train Your Dragon''.
  2. You mean the dragons did all of the work. This part isn't directed to you btw just in general. I don't understand how people can defend her claim ''muh queen''. She is nothing without her dragons. Besides that, she is incredibly ignorant, incredibly entitled and would make for an awful ruler, zero knowledge about politics. Such a dangerous combo of bad traits. Even before they messed up the execution of her arc this season. Yet people were still cheering her to be worthy as the one to sit on the throne. Makes no sense.
  3. Sorry if this is old news but I was browsing the news and read that GRRM actually is defending D&D. Really disappointed in GRRM as well if that's true.
  4. It's ironic that this was supposed to be more shocking and real in its ending compared to LOTR but it ended up being more cookie cutter lol. The evil ones died, the good ones almost all survived. Not only that, they get to live the perfect life, besides maybe Jon. So much for Brans tax policy eh.
  5. R+L=J. All the beautiful buildup, puzzling the pieces together and the satisfaction of that. All the importance of him being a Stark and a Targaryen, and all the epic directions they could have taken this. Instead, his Targaryen side was completely and utterly useless. It didn't even matter a tiny bit.A lot of TV shows would kill to have a foundation that strong, and D&D have completely shit on it, burned it down and pissed on it.
  6. So, they kill one of Dany's friends and she goes Hitler on every innocent child and woman. They kill Drogons mother, a fire breathing beast, and he does the most sensible thing of all the characters in this show and burns the throne and doesn't harm anyone else in that instance. The more you think about this show, the more IQ points you drop. And if you really love this season, congratulations, you never had any to lose anyway.
  7. Jesus, the first few pages are such a cringefest. Hard to read. Just glad it's over now. Another poor episode but whatever. Wasn't expecting much. The only good part is the Ghost scene, I bet they put that in last minute because of the F up from episode 4 lol.
  8. Lol that ship has sailed a long time ago. I think many people stopped rooting or caring for any of these characters.
  9. Haha that's what I said about episode 3. And here we are .
  10. It really was. At first when the slow mo started and the camera was focused in on Arya's face I thought , maybe, maybe she had a fatal wound on her stomach area ? Not that it would've stopped her, but I assumed since this scene was the end of the episode, that there was something coming up, a cliffhanger, a big reveal or moment but nope. It really was a pointless scene. Like you said, trying to be artistic without any clear direction or substance. It was all just professor X sending Wolverine a magical uber. I'm sure Wolvie would have made it home without that magical uber. Nothing can stop this Wolvie.
  11. It's hard to feel immersed or entertained when 1 episode you see Dragons being incredibly underpowered and worthless and the next episode you see them incredibly overpowered and invincible. Can someone explain the ending of this episode ? Besides Bran sending a magical horse. Why did we get a 5 minute Arya slow mo scene that didn't really mean anything besides show the aftermath and her fear ? Wouldn't that have been way more impactful if it was Jon who was looking at the dead children and women in the aftermath to build up for whatever they're trying to do with the Targs next episode ? Yeah Jon had seen innocent die around him but it was fairly brief, a 5 min slow mo at the end from his perspective would have nailed the severity of their clash, much more. But whatever.
  12. Want a summary ? Don't think you'll get a better summary than this. ''Dragon burning things'' - The Episode. Seriously, what a boring and predictable episode. So many deaths, didn't care about a single one (well maybe Sandor a bit). Thought Arya died a couple times, but nope. Them Superpowers yo. WTF has Jon done really all season ? Except give that moronic look and be a submissive ''B''. Grow a spine Jon, ffs. Embarrassing King. Take some damn notes from Aragorn. I think this episode is worse than The Long Night....they pulled off the impossible. No decent fight, just the entire episode a CGI dragon burning things without running out of gas apparently, non stop for the entirity of the episode. The Dany going mad queen is sooooo forced and was so predictable from episode 4. All the leaks for this episode came true as well. Battle of the Bastards is still my fav battle episode, proper battles. This wasn't even a battle, just a girl on a dragon who won it all by herself. Just like episode 3.
  13. Late to the party...or more like funeral. I was expecting an awful episode, kept expectations very very low, wanted to like it. I really did. I can't rate it higher than 3/10. I really can't. - D&D not even giving 1 decent moment between Jon and Ghost. F those 2. That was the only part where I truly raged. - I always felt that Dany had a dark side to her, even if she is inherently a good person. Her change though, NOT EARNED. Too sudden, too out of character. If you want the transition to mad queen Dany, you can't just do that in 1 episode after 8 seasons of build up. It didn't feel earned to me. Dany isn't Cersei....never has been. She would make a bad ruler yeah, she is ignorant yeah. She is childlike almost in how she thinks and acts. BUT....she was never cunning, plotting. That's not her. When she was plotting right after they burned the bodies and she was fake smiling, setting up Gendry as lord, I just laughed at the absurd nature of how they have ruined Dany as a character. It's hard for me to believe that when she has never shown those qualities. - So Jon is not ok with incest. Called it. But the way Dany has behaved, and even Jon in that scene was so cringe. It's like two teenage kids begging haha. They simply could have copy pasted Aragorn-Eowyn scene. Would have been a million times better. When Jon started kissing Dany I was like ''oh ok guess he IS ok with incest, then a minute later he stops and suddenly ISN'T ok with incest lol). Such a cliche thing in movies haha. Either don't kiss her in the first place if you aren't ok, or go all the way. - I liked the Jamie scene, He summed up the awful things he did for her and that HE is finally, hateful just like her, towards her. Indicating that HE is the one going to kill her. One way or the other. - I laughed when they were burning the bodies lol. Sorry. I didn't feel it was earned. Jons speech, I thought was bad. - I really hated when they were all joyful and laughing and drinking, after they burned so many dead. And with another great war still lurking. I don't mind if they were happy, somewhat. But acting like they are on their prom lol. I wanted the dialogue to have some more weight to it. I liked the Hound scene most, it felt real. The Sansa moment with him was nice as well. Everything else felt so....out of place and again....not sincere. - Cutting off when Bran was about to tell Sansa and Arya Jons secret ? REALLY ? REALLY ? We didn't even see the aftermath of that from their perspective. Only Sansa, Sophie Turner, did a great job selling that secret. But she was supposed to keep it a secret, promised, and told the first person she met. WTF ??? And Arya is such a disappointment of a chracter. Robotic, boring, cliche. - When Rhaegal was shot down lol, so unrealistic. First they shoot him 3 times and all shots were perfect hits. You know how impossible it is to hit a flailing target sidways in the head from that distance, on sea, from that big of a crossbow ? But they hit all their shots. AND THEN...when Drogon was storming towards all the ships in a straight line and they all shot like a dozen of those arrows, all of them missed Drogon lol. Come on, at least be consistent with the impossible. - The Euron Cersei scenes were awful, as always. I really can't stand Cersei. Not as a villain but as a character. Missed opportunity there. Lena Headey is a terrific actress. Shame. - So...Cersei wants to kill Tyrion and Jamie, hires someone to kill them for him. Then Tyrion walks up to Cersei at KL and she decides to let him live ? WHAT ? I mean come on show...at least be consistent with your characters. Also...I'm fairly certain Cersei isn't pregnant. They gave that away, so obvious. - My biggest issue though...is when D&D write a scene and a character, they think in the moment. They don't seem to think ''ok how would current Jamie, Jon, Dany, Sansa behave in this scene ? Would the dialogue be in character ?''. So incoherent and a main reason why I do not care about any character really. I feel detached from every character I have loved. It's the result of awful and inconsistent writing. -
  14. As someone who never had a pet in his life....I feel the same. F D&D. Seriously. They're intentionally trying to piss off the fans. The worst part is that they keep teasing us by showing Ghost all of a sudden a few times then cutting away, totally disregarding him. At least don't let us get our hopes up. I hate D&D soooooo much. I don't give a rats ass about Sam, the coward. I wanted that moment with Ghost :(. Jon and Ghost have such a great connection and D&D have done such a wonderful job of ruining that, as they did with many other things as well.
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