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  1. Vhagar's Ghost

    Who will wield Heartsbane in season 8?

    Only Jon isn't King in the North anymore since he bent his knee to Daenerys. Daenerys would potentially have the power to pardon him however, but still Longclaw has some significance, too much so to just be given back to Jorah. I think it is "Lightbringer".
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    Who will wield Heartsbane in season 8?

    I honestly don't know, I think Jon will keep Longclaw, as Jorah seemed pretty adamant he keep it. Maybe Sandor? It is a greatsword and few people can wield a greatsword as effectively as the Hound.
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    [SPOILERS thru S7] Where did the show go wrong?

    I disagree. I think that they could've done shit in the Vale and made it interesting. Perhaps Littlefinger does something which pisses off Sansa, she and many of the lords of the Vale team together to overthrow Petyr, maybe even Robin, and boom, Sansa becomes the Defender of the Vale, then she decides "the Bolton's killed my brother and mother, they can't hold the North", and so goes around the North, maybe even run into Jon, they team up and take Winterfell together. I have tons of issues with Sansa's plot in season 5. Most troubling was her rape by Ramsay. It meant more to Theon than it did to Sansa, which I found disgusting and offensive. If you're gonna show someone get raped, focus on that character, don't do it just because, and definitely don't make it about another character. One of my biggest problems with the show is the portrayal of rape. You can have rape, but don't have it be a background thing and it only happens just so a female character goes through trauma, then not focus on that trauma. So D&D could've done much more in season 5, just for some reason they didn't, and that's troubling.
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    Poll: Answer 10 mysteries of asoiaf

    Aaaaaaaaaaawwwwww yeeeaaaah boooiii 1. Unsure, not in the Westerlands probably. 2. Lyanna Stark. 3. Hizdahr? Idfk 4. Lyanna Stark 5. He's a Blackfyre descendant and son of Illyrio. 6. Big Walder Frey (aka idfk) 7. Ramsay. 8. The Night's King. 9. Mance? 10. Daenerys Targaryen.
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    [SPOILERS thru S7] Where did the show go wrong?

    Sorry if that was worded aggressively, what I meant was that it kinda seemed dumb that Ser Barristan died from knife wielding kids in pyjamas. Also the fact that they killed him for no reason other than just to kill him and advance Dany's plot also irked me.
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    [SPOILERS thru S7] Where did the show go wrong?

    Thing is he'll probably die like a badass instead of a little bitch like he did in the show. The show did it seemingly for no reason other than "lets change things up". My guess is he'll die in the battle for Meereen.
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    [SPOILERS thru S7] Where did the show go wrong?

    Man, I could go on for ages about the problems with the show. I'll try (and probably will fail) to keep it brief; Dorne. Dorne was awful. Idk why D&D decided to go the route they did with Dorne, almost nothing made sense. Admittedly book Dorne isn't that great but still better than we got. Fucking Areo and Doran did nothing. Honestly you could've cut the Dorne plot from the show and it wouldn't change shit. Euron. Euron is my favourite character in the books. I like fucked up characters, and Euron is probably the most fucked up character of all. Anyways, I also like him mystic, the fact he uses magic to his advantage, how he could be a greenseer, and also his intellect. He is one incredibly smart dude, incredible strategist and tactician, he is so meticulous, everything he does seems to have a purpose behind it. He's honestly a bigger threat than the Others at this point, and he will fuck shit up, and is just the most menacing, most well written villain in the books... and we got a clown for him in the show. He's none of those. I wouldn't be that upset if they changed his name but man, what an enormous disappointment. Season 5 is definitely where things started to go awry, D&D just made dumb decisions for seemingly no reason and it impacted the show hard, and now we must suffer the consequences of it. Even so, I like watching it still.