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  1. HEllohellohello

    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    Well if they go that way, that means George goes that way. Then I bye bye books
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    Regarding Night Queen. That would be absolutely horrible if they did. I hope that leak is wrong. Not so much of a problem with Bran being Brump. She should die and stay dead.
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    I think they have thrown a lot out / skipping and not caring to be logical about to push the main story forward yes. Me personally am not OCDing so much about that, it is a story. But a lot of these prophecies and things are also there to divert you and trick you. But hey, he GAVE the major endings to them so yeah.
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    No, put prophecies aside. It's not certain at all. “...Prophecy is like a treacherous woman. She takes your member in her mouth, and you moan with the pleasure of it and think, how sweet, how fine, how good this is... and then her teeth snap shut and your moans turn to screams... Prophecy will bite your prick off everytime,” ― George R.R. Martin, A Feast for Crows He will kill her most likely but it's not because of a prophecy.
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    No a TV show can never give this Saga it's justice because it's too deep into symbolism, politics and human nature, a lot of parallels to real world history. With that, I am though OK with that they did. People who complain they need to realise that the show would be 30+ years running to cover it all. The main thing was destroying KL and breaking the wheel. That is Dany and Jons story. The rest is - for TV show - not so important.
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    The WTF moment is Dany snapping. I do believe it and I think it's brilliantly done - it shows that it's not what we thought it was. Or maybe it is Bran like someone said, that would also be a WTF.
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    The fantasy aspect is there to make you theorise these Messiah shit things. To keep you in the dark. Just as religion works in real life. It's a tool George uses to make it more interesting and it does. That's why the maesters exist, they are science and on a quest to eliminate all that nonsense in the end. Also it's fun!
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    It's possible yes, but I don't think wanted the king to burn them all, I more lean to that was just a madness from the king himself. I read a theory that the blood raven tried to warn about the White Walkers - who are the weapon of mass destruction the CotF created - but that just made the king even more crazy and paranoid. My theory is that to break the wheel and save Westeros, one has to first destroy the weapon of mass destruction that the CotF created. Here they represent ice / WW. I am not to sure that Arya will destroy the Others in the book. Secondly you need to destroy the seat of power in Westeros - KL which keep the land always under tyranny. This was used by using the force of pure destruction. Here represented by fire / Dany and Dragons. Now destruction will be ended by balance - Jon who is a Stark / Targaryen. Hence, he will have to kill Dany. When this is done - a new beginning can emerge. Jon will probably chose to be nothing of either Stark or Targaryen and go on his own when this is done. A council with a "leader" will rule Westeros.
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    Because it had to be done so the Wheel could be broken. Certain things has to be done to create other things. Actions - reactions. If she didn't do that the wheel would continue. A new Queen now, now, it's a fresh slate. KL had to be destroyed for this to happen. So he didn't stop it.
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    Bran's role = messing things up for the living

    Bran is history moving Westeros to a more democratic system (breaking the wheel = Tyrants ruling). He keeps things in motion. He is history personified.
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    Possible explanation to "Dany gate"

    I agree, a killing spree would not be good at all. What I want is her trying to justify her actions by some illogical thought in her head (you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette). People don't buy it and the final conflict between "balance" = Jon and "Destruction" = Dany begins. She dies, a council elects a new rule and George idea of "democracy" i.e breaking the wheel in Westeros sets in. Peace!
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    Possible explanation to "Dany gate"

    With that said, I also wish there was more time but I mean they did show this for 2 seasons now. How much do you need? 5? Come on.
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    Possible explanation to "Dany gate"

    @Ranger Kragin Yes, I don't see the issue, it's the trigger. It fits perfectly in to what I wrote. For her RK and King's Landing becomes the same thing. Dehumanization 100%. A personal vendetta. Burn them all, those f*****s. For me, they did show it if you really think about it, she loved being in the spot light, being loved like a Mother or "Jesus". It's crazy person like the head of a sect if you think about it. Everything she did more or less was for her own personal gain. Also, GoT has no real villains, it's people, with selfish interest acting like every human in history. A freedom fighter is another persons terrorist. It's not like she is the Devil reincarnated.
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    Possible explanation to "Dany gate"

    I wrote in another thread similar things. "Like I have always felt that this freeing people at first was a nice act of her but after that she became obsessed and somewhat delusional that she was this Messiah / Mother character, easily understandable with what happened. Remember her being carried and cheered like Jesus and the ending with her in the middle of an ocean of people. It's her fate to free the world - by any means possible. With this as a backback she went back on her main quest - freeing Westeros and reclaim the Throne from the tyrants who stole it. This is 50% a pure revenge mission. Only thing is, she is not being welcomed as the saviour she had expected (her brother always said how the people long for the Targaryens to come back ), even after being the reason they won the war against the WW - she is still being viewed as an imperialistic invader coming with known rapers and super weapons. Slowly, one by one her advisers either dies or betrays her, her only real friend gets executed and her love rejects her. After the scene with Jon she decided that Westeros is - will not be like she had imagined and since KL is such a symbol of Westeros, in a mental state of rage and vengeance she burns it down. For me it is, fully understandable considering her personality. She dehumanize KL to a 100%, For me this whole story about Dany is that even the purest intention can bring the greatest destruction." I really cant understand how people are surprised by her actions. This is for me a perfectly plausible reaction to her delusional messiah self image. The imperialistic outsider who doesn't get welcomed. Burns everything and everything in KL just because it's the symbol of everything she hates, can't get etc. People are in denial and blame bad writing, I fucking love it!
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 805?

    I like this episode and for some reason the burning / sacking of the city wasn't a surprise to me. Like I have always felt that this freeing people at first was a nice act of her but after that she became obsessed and somewhat delusional that she was this Messiah / Mother character, easily understandable with what happened. Remember her being carried and cheered like Jesus and the ending with her in the middle of an ocean of people. It's her fate to free the world - by any means possible. With this as a backback she went back on her main quest - freeing Westeros and reclaim the Throne from the tyrants who stole it. This is 50% a pure revenge mission. Only thing is, she is not being welcomed as the saviour she had expected (her brother always said how the people long for the Targaryens to come back ), even after being the reason they won the war against the WW - she is still being viewed as an imperialistic invader coming with known rapers and super weapons. Slowly, one by one her advisers either dies or betrays her, her only real friend gets executed and her love rejects her. After the scene with Jon she decided that Westeros is - will not be like she had imagined and since KL is such a symbol of Westeros, in a mental state of rage and vengeance she burns it down. For me it is, fully understandable considering her personality. She dehumanize KL to a 100%, For me this whole story about Dany is that even the purest intention can bring the greatest destruction. The white walkers represented one way of destruction - the cold obvious threat. Ice Dany represents the suttle, harder to see coming destruction. People who think they are something they are not and who got way to powerful weapons at their disposal. They will snap under the right circumstances and if not guided correctly. Fire. A song of ice and fire. Though, I don't really get how Jon is supposed to be the balance in this. He obviously knows nothing and never has. Maybe he is supposed to represent the naive human race that never understands the real threats until it is too late.
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