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  1. Sheiraseastar23

    The Iron Bank of Braavos

    You answered your question yourself here. The iron bank took a gamble with Stannis, as it did with Cersei. They surely don't expect the new King to pay the debt of the dethroned one, since it was by force, and not succession.
  2. For Robb, it's actually the exact opposite. He dies because he failed to honor his word to marry the Frey girl. Ned did his duty and married Catelyn, even if she was meant to marry his older brother, but after Brandon dies, Ned marries her to honor the deal between the houses Stark and Tully.
  3. It's unbelivable they actually considered this. I agree that Jorah would never betray Dany, not even Hitler Dany. And Gendry calling for Jon's head, with Arya sitting right there, lol.
  4. Sheiraseastar23

    A season of Jons betrayal

    I agree,it's easy to feel special in her circumstances, but it does take a mentally unstable person to fall into that trap and develop a god complex, which she did. I mean almost all of us agree that the writing has been bad over the last 3 to 4 seasons, and that there had to be more buildup towards this, but claiming that it came totally out of the blue is ridiculous. People have been arguing on these forums about Dany eventualy going down this path for years before the show ever aired.
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    A season of Jons betrayal

    No, the difference is that for Arya it's personal, she kills out of vengance, killing those who have hurt her or her family. That is not madness. Someone who belives she is some kind of Messiah, destined to "free people", break an imaginary wheel, no matter the cost, sounds more like madness to me.
  6. Sheiraseastar23

    Jon killing Dany doesn’t work for me

    Well, this time she did't listen to her advisors, and look where that brought her. Dead and gone down in history as a mad tyrant with a very short rule.
  7. You don't need to understand why different people like different characters and defend them against all odds and logic too sometimes. Some choose to defend LF junior and some choose to defend Hitler with dragons...all this drama is about LF junior winning in the end and Hitler with dragons loosing.
  8. Sheiraseastar23

    Daenerys should have supported Jon’s claim

    Birthright and earned don't go well together. They are the opposite really. She goes on throughout the show, how the Iron Throne is her birthright, and when that birthright goes through the window, because there is someone with a better claim, then it's about earned suddenly? Also how did she earn the right to be queen of Westeros more then Jon or Arya who had a vital part both in defeating the Army of the dead? If that is what we are talking about here, because there is not one single thing aside from her helping in the great war that would make her claim to the throne of Westeros earned. Events in Essos have nothing to do with Westeros.
  9. Sheiraseastar23

    Arya the Explorer

    Arya's POV's were always showing the suffering of the smallfolk while the high lords play their game of thrones, through the seasons. That scenes in KL through her POV were actually very well done.
  10. Sheiraseastar23

    A season of Jons betrayal

    Ok, now I'm sure it's trolling.
  11. Sheiraseastar23

    A season of Jons betrayal

    Not sure if trolling or being deliberately delusional... His sisters are not extended family, they're the only family he has along with Bran who already knew. It was very obvious that Jon was conflicted about Dany's ways of handling things, but remained to be loyal up until the very end, and her possibly going after his siblings is what made him reconsider. Everything Jon did was very consistent with his character throughout the series. It's always the conflict of choosing duty or love, and he always chose duty. He chose duty to stay at NW, when Robb called the banners, he chose duty to the NW over his love for Ygritte, and in the end he chose duty to protect the world from a mad tyrant over his love for Dany. He knew Dany for how long? A few months? His pack are his siblings, Dany could have become part of that pack in time, if she didn't go bonkers.
  12. Sheiraseastar23

    Jon killing Dany doesn’t work for me

    Same situation? Really?
  13. Sheiraseastar23

    Jon killing Dany doesn’t work for me

    That could have worked if she was the sole central character to this story, she wasn't tho.
  14. Sheiraseastar23

    Two Questions about this Episode

    After Robbs death, and the Boltons being named the Wardens of the North by the crown, they were part of the 7 kingdoms again, until Jon was named the Kind in the Norf.
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    Independent North

    I don't mind the North being an independent kingdom after all is said and done. I actualy would prefer it this way. But as everything else this season, it's how we got there. It's forced, rushed, illogical and not very belivable. That council meeting is the single most ridiculous scene of the entire series, from a Westerosi political point of view. Yikes.