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  1. It was Tyrion's plan. He is HER hand. SHE gave the ok. She is the Queen after all. She allowed Jon to go which was royally stupid because if he was still the King of the North then. Anything happens to him, that would have fallen on her. If she had never listened to Tyrion, ever, the wall wouldn't have fallen and she never would have gone crazy and taken KL in early S7. So yes, her fault the wall came down as she was the final authority. Look I get it, your girl was done dirty by the writers (and I agree). But that doesn't mean it's everyone else's fault. PS: Sansa literally said 'I should have thanked you the moment you showed up.'. But you can ignore that I guess because she didn't fall on her feet and kissed your girl's shoes.
  2. Because to D&D empowered women are bitchy. And catty with each other. Empowered women can't be nice. Name one nice empowered woman on this show. Only Margery comes to mind and it was all fake with her. Even Brienne, who is generally nice-ish, treated Pod like shit for most of the show's run. Jon didn't make her Lady of Winterfell. It was her goddamn birthright. Not to mention she was the widow of the former Lord of Winterfell. So she was the Lady twice over. Sansa still considered Jon the KitN. Did no one pay attention to the Starks talking to Jon later on? Sansa literally said 'they lost their King'. Sansa came South with an army to free Jon, said the North will be independent and then mentioned the North having lost their King. If there had been no punishment for Jon, seems like Sansa would have been fine with Jon being KitN because she literally said that. Considering Team Dany brought the wall down, least she can do is clean up the mess her team made. It's not really a sacrifice when you are the cause for an undead army marching across the land.
  3. I don't understand why they didn't just go with a similar system that they had previously, just slightly different. I thought the show would end with Westeros becoming more of an equality state. 7 Kingdoms to form their own central government (similar to the Warden system) and council to make laws for trade, crime etc. to self-govern themselves as much as possible. But then also have a central government that deals with concerns regarding the whole realm, made up of representatives from each Kingdom. This gives more equality to all Kingdoms to have a say in what happens. If D&D were dead set on 6 Kingdoms and a separate North, at least have the council for the 6 Kingdoms be made up of representatives from the 6 Kingdoms. As it is, what they came up with is completely unrealistic. That whole thing will implode within a year or earlier. The King is constantly tripping on drugs or something to the point he won't even spend 2 minutes meeting with his council. Tyrion is a failure. Bronn is a joke. And lets not forget who these people are. Sellsword, smuggler, traitor/kinslayer and so on. There is no way the other Kingdoms or anyone else will be fine with that.
  4. I will never understand why D&D just didn't hand the show over to people who actually want to do it after Season 3. They wanted to do the Red Wedding and that's it. They never had any desire to go further. And if the show was so taxing and they wanted to have more of a life or do other projects, just hand it over to someone else. Arguably we might have gotten a much better show than this in the hands of someone halfway competent instead of almost completely incompetent like D&D. The new people probably also would have hired better writers. At the very least HBO could have stepped in and done something. But oh well...
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    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    So Tyrion nominates Bran because he has 'the best story'. Erm what? Bran's story sucked so much that he was left out of an ENTIRE SEASON. And when he came back it sucked even more. Holy crap.
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    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    3ER could have prevented it. Knew since S6 Dany would destroy KL. Knew everything that would happen. Did you miss his SMUG FACE? He knew he would be King and manipulated everything and everyone to get it.
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    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    So we will have another war coming once 3ER (Bran) is too old or dies, right? Unless he manages to kill off everyone before then. How many millions live in Westros? He did kill over a million this Season...if he kills 1 million every year will that be enough before he dies?
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    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    It's not Bloodraven, it's the 3ER entity. Bloodraven was just one of many used for the children's agenda and only one small part of the weirdwood net memories.
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    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    How was Tyrion, in shackles due to treason, allowed to nominate anyone as King? And while in said shackles, for treason, voted in as Hand? Holy hell.
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    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    I've said this several times. His smirk was basically a 'YES!!!Children of the Forest win!!!'. They have their land back (for the most part) and are in power.
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    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    Isn't Sam still in the freaking Night's Watch?
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    Season 8: News, Spoilers And Leaks

    He already did. He pulled all the strings and let millions die to end up as Ruler Supreme of Westeros. 3ER for President.
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    Season 8: News, Spoilers And Leaks

    Davos would have been good for any council IMO...Seasons ago. Now he's just Jon's yes man who helps him pick up chicks, forgot his wife entirely while he creeps on young women from exotic lands and spouts folksy wisdom that means nothing. Perfect for Bran's council.
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    Season 8: News, Spoilers And Leaks

    There already are, especially for the future King aka Bran. The names I have heard assigned to him in podcasts (that talked about that spoiler) were hilarious. Just for this ending alone there will be never ending memes. Never mind what other nonsense happens in the episode. Speaking of Bran. 'I mostly live in the past.' Doesn't that sound like a perfect candidate for Kingship? Westeros lives in the present, needs someone for the present and to prepare for the future. So of course the perfect King is one who doesn't even live in the here and now. And his council is perfect. All MEN of course, no women allowed. And not just men but completely useless and ineffectual men. Tyrion who drank his brain away a long time ago, Bronn who is only out for himself, Davos who has been useless since he asked Melisandre to be executed and didn't achieve that and Sam whose only aquired knowledge after months of reading books in the Citadel was to find out something he already knew. And he's also a multiple oath breaker (as Maester and NW Brother). Perfect council. I really hope this is a foiler but I doubt it. Either way I can't wait for the shitstorm. Got my drinks and popcorn ready...
  15. Also the only one in the past 2 Seasons we have seen who cares about the people. Logistics, refugees, food, rest for the wounded/exhausted. Have we seen anyone else in position of power doing anything like that? Nope. The people don't seem to be a concern for anyone else in power. Jon supposedly went south to protect the people of the North and Westeros as a whole but this entire Season he had no fucks to give because 'you are my queen and I have no balls to stand up for myself or to you or my people'.
  16. That's not really enough for me, especially after the crap that was their S7 storyline. Yes those are nice but I we haven't seen them growing closer. Not all the issues last Season were brought on by LF and those never got resolved. Also, where was the goodbye scene? We finally get the Stark family together, Arya says 'we are family' and then they suddenly all split up and no goodbyes. Arya doesn't plan to return to WF. Where was the goodbye scene for the sisters? The family also didn't spend their possible last night on earth together (in 8x03), it's like the family didn't exist all Season except in one scene. Even though they were the only intact family we had left on the show. Thousand scenes of the Lannister brothers but they can't bother with Starks. D&D suck.
  17. Are there deleted scenes I haven't seen? Sansa and Arya have not shared a scene this Season outside of group settings. And believe me I hate this. We spend 4 episodes in Winterfell and had all of one family scene. And we cut away from that before the real action started.
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    GoT and Feminism: What Happens Now?

    I think rigid honor is a bad thing, such as with Ned Stark. Honor in itself isn't bad. Jamie honored the definition of what a knight is supposed to do (protect the innocent) when he killed the Mad King. Unfortunately thanks to Ned Stark with his rigid honor, Jamie was stigmatized as a dishonorable Kingslayer. I for one was done with Ned Stark when he killed Lady, Sansa's direwolf. There is no honor in killing an innocent just because you were ordered to. What followed was just more of the same. His rigid sense of honor prevented him from doing the right thing. The War of the 5 Kings and the fate that befell his daughters and eventually his sons and wife could have been prevented if Ned was more flexible in his honor. Instead of doing the right thing for the realm and his family's safety, he stuck to societal norms and the established rules because honor compelled him to do so.
  19. Am I the only who wishes the episode would get leaked early? I want to be more awake when the meltdown starts happening...
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    Unpopular Opinion: Support Daenerys

    Burning a million people to the ground and support the person who did it? Yeah right. Might as well support Mao or Hitler or Bolsheviks. How about no.
  21. Why bother? Canon constantly gets ignored if it gets in the way of character hate (or love). Sansa's reasons were stated on screen, as you mentioned, but since Sansa is evil none of her motives are true even when she says them outright. Also neither Dany, Jon or Tyrion did anything wrong at all...being fan favorites and all. Fandom logic in a nutshell.
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    Tyrion's Trial Round 2

    Tyrion needs some kind of comeuppance instead of being rewarded AGAIN for the crap he does. It was his wight plan which resulted in the wall falling. Where is the justice for all the dead? It was his family loyalty that is partially responsible for KL being burned down. He snitched on Varys, a guy who has SAVED HIS LIFE at the end of S4 and without whom Tyrion would long be dead. A guy who ultimately turned out to be right. Tyrion needs to pay in some way instead of being praised and spared again...
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    Season 8: News, Spoilers And Leaks

    Anti-human does not equal evil. It depends on how you read the story after the finale. I'm sure there will be stuff with 3ER-Bran coming up, especially if he really takes the throne. But I doubt it's going to change my opinion on the story. The Children of the Forest win because the 3ER is their 'weapon'. Since it's been firmly established by now (and there are still people denying it) that the 3ER can see the future, just the last 2 Seasons alone the 3ER has watched the world burn. And not only that but he/it was instrumental in bringing it about. If the leaks about who will sit on the council also come true, Tyrion for example was just as instrumental in bringing all this destruction about. And he seems to be the head of the council that will be formed. I mean, would you consider it evil if the Indians had a 3ER weapon at their disposal biding their time before taking the land back from the people who stole it? Or any nation that was conquered by a foreign force (and who destroyed everything that was holy to your people) and wanting to take it back?
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    Season 8: News, Spoilers And Leaks

    Says who? Were we ever given a flashback that showed us Bloodraven before he became a tree? The 3ER is a sum of all the knowledge of the weirdwoods and all 3ER before Bran and Bloodraven. But they've never really explained the origins for 3ER either, other than he was 'made' I guess by the CotF. Do we know who came first? NK or 3ER? I want to say the CotF made the NK first and that experiment failed and glitched like a Terminator. The chip setting switched from 'kill all humans' to 'kill everything'. I just fail to see how the 3ER is anything other than evil or at the very least anti-human. You have to be evil when you just stand by and watch the world burn. Unless this is revenge for the First Men taking away Westeros from the original inhabitants, the CotF. But it is evil IMO since today's population of Westeros had nothing to do with what their ancestors did.
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