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  1. But we were promised a same ending. This is not about the destruction of Kings Landing. It is about Dany's choice. Destruction is not important. Only choice is important...
  2. But for what? If her fate is to become the queen of the ashes...
  3. Yes, I think horrible things will happen in Meereen when the queen returns. Fire and blood, terror and death. I used to think that she would not be able to execute her husband. But now I think that Hizdahr is doomed This will be the stage of her bitterness.
  4. But I love Dany so much. Even now. It ruined the whole story for me. I was ready for her heroic death. But not for this. Never again in my life will I take a book from the unfinished cycle. This I swear. I could never love characters so much if I hadn’t thought about them for many years.
  5. Mad Queen is obviously "same endings". And everything else is don't matter. Dany killed as many people as the Night King. Is that the point? Ice and fire are both dangerous? Jon and his is the song of ice and fire will stop both threats?
  6. Now I hate Martin, as I have not hated any writer in my life. Does he think it is cool to turn the main character into a villain? No, it is not cool. I think Martin is a sadist. Create such a beautiful heroic character and destroy it.
  7. But Ramsay is not a POV. What is the point of reading a story about bad genes? It is not interesting. Dany come such a long way just for bad blood in her veins decide her fate.
  8. It's not a question. Of course Jon. Azor will kill his Nyssa.
  9. They are the only two main characters that are suitable for romance with each other. It's simple. There are no other romantic candidates for them. And as I said, read the prophecy of bride of fire and a blue flower. It's just Nissa Nissa in a realistic manner for realistic fantasy. No, you have too few examples for output. A person may like more than one type.
  10. And now we finally saw the power of the dragon. Why the hell did they not seize the capital last season?
  11. Of course it's about love. It has always been obvious. Read about bride of fire prophecy. And the show confirmed it. Now he will kill her, as Azor killed Nyssa. It is absolutely far-fetched argument.
  12. Do not lie to yourself. They promised a common ending with the books. This is it. Mad Queen burns the King's Landing. It's terrible, but it's true. I really don't want to read the other two books. I so regret that many years ago I bought the first book. I would never do that if I knew the end.
  13. No. “When we were shooting Season 1 and no one had seen the show yet, we were in Malta. Back then, there was not a lot of secrecy because nobody was paying attention, and George R.R. Martin came to visit and he was being quite open about his plans,” Taylor told the New York Times. “He said something: That it really is all about Dany and Jon. I was surprised because at the time, you know, I thought, well Robb Stark’s going to be king next, probably,” he continued. “And who knows where this story’s going? But it was absolutely clear to him that within this sprawling scale the whole story was coming down to this partnership.”
  14. So what? If you have a sword, then you kill with steel. If you have a dragon - you burn with fire. Tarlys deserved their fate.
  15. Absolutely disagree. If you execute enemies who did not agree to surrender, this does not mean that you will destroy the city that surrender.
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