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    All who were vying for the Throne died

    Bran/3ER is a network of supercomputers, he has access to a massive database and has capacity to simulate a near infinite number of outcomes to a near infinite number of factors outside his control. From this he can extrapolate the most likely course of events to produce the most beneficial outcome. I do believe he has been playing everyone, not for his own ego or anything but because logically he calculates King 3ER as the highest probability beneficial future.
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    All who were vying for the Throne died

    1. How do you know Bran wasn't vying for the throne 2. Valar morghulis 3. I don't see a problem
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    So once again...the writers forgot about Gendry

    So once again the conversation all about Gendry forgets all about Gendry.
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    The "council" was simply a rubber stamp

    Reasons? There's two armies and nobody in charge. Davos sends for help. Popular support is for Jon and Tyrion - local lads. Grey Worm is seen as a hostile foreign invader and war criminal but he did fight against the dead and has a nasty army backing him so has to be handled carefully. Grey Worm has no reason to want to stay in Westeros but demands justice for his queen. There was scope for all kinds of onscreen scheming and subterfuge in the gap between Dany's death and the council but if the show follows that storyline the story gets dragged out further and further and risks getting boring.
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    The heartless subtext thread...

    Sam has The Citadel by the balls. He has all the inside dirt on how they almost left the apocalypse happen through institutionalized ignorance. Under the circumstances a rapid promotion in recognition of Sam's outstanding dedication to the furtherance of education and knowledge seems reasonable.
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    Now that is Over - Let's rank best and worst!

    Just 5 scenes that I could just keep watching over and over and over Oberyn & Tyrion: https://youtu.be/M7n79tN6Fpw
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    Official Testing Thread

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    Edmure Should Have Got It

    He got his arse handed to him by his niece, in public. He has no claim to lead anyone after that.
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    Purpose of the wall now ?

    Oh! Well mass suicide tidies up the dothraki problem very nicely.
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    Purpose of the wall now ?

    Dothraki follow strength. They abandoned Khal Drogo when he got sick and switched allegiance to Daenerys without any question of vengeance when she burnt their entire leadership structure. It would be out of character for them to give a damn for a khaleesi who allowed herself to be killed.
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    The Ending Was very conventional

    Exactly 21 hours ago, C.T. Phipps said: Short version: * Creepy, crippled nerd King instead of the obvious, popular options. * Revolution for the people fails * Victims reject their salvation and war heroes do nothing heroic. * Political unity begins to disolve * Rejected outsider's ending is to ´╗┐´╗┐uphold the traditionalist system
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    West of Westeros: The Voyages of A. Stark

    Arya: What's west of Westeros? Jon: I don't know Arya: :-D Sam: There is a small uninhabited archipielago, and then lots and lots and lots and lots of water... and then you circumnavigate the planet and arrive to Ulthos. There are clues about it in the Fire and Blood book... Arya: :-O Arya: ;-(
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    West of Westeros: The Voyages of A. Stark

    For forty days and forty nights she will travel before reaching the shores of Americos. There she will join forces with The Redneck Woman and Pumpkin Pie to fight off a mysterious gathering threat beyond The Wall in the south.
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    The Six Kingdoms

    How about Edmure Tully though, waddaguy. He spent years imprisoned, forgotten by the world except for the brief fleeting moments when he nearly died. Years of solitude and emptiness, does he reflect on his mistakes, does he reconsider his life choices and rebuild himself as a better more humble man? Does he fuck. Character arc? Not for Uncle Ed. The man is true to his own self. Top man.
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    The Six Kingdoms

    I think Dorne and Iron Islands weren't part of the 7 kingdoms anyway? I guess they are represented as the meeting affects all of Westeros, not just the 7 kingdoms.