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  1. Little Finger was the most wasted for me. I think he would have played a great role in the politics. But House Targaryen got the worst conclusion to me.
  2. Wondered whose fan favorite character or house sigil was mutilated the worst by the Game of Thrones series as a whole in your opinion?
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    Samwell as Grand Maester

    Only explanation would be that due to Sam's new status and without his father she could very well be shacked up with Sam's mother and sister. His character throughout the show showed the noncommittal nature of Samwell Tarly, he really was a coward who made friends with the right people so he's an opportunistic as well.
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    The character assassination of Daenerys

    Remember when being a Kinslayer meant something in this world, I mean only if you're Tyrion Lannister a known kinslayer to Jon's exile kinslayer to Cersi the Queen kinslayer, but dam that crazy Daeny. How long did it take that coin to flip and why is Jon immune?
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    So what happened to the Reeds?

    Only thing that makes me think alliances can be tested is due to Meera mentioning the lost of Jojen, Hodor and Summer. For Bran to play it off like their lives purpose was to serve an ungrateful young Stark and their deaths are just an 'oh well' by him would fester some resentment or questioning of loyalties at least. Holland Reed was loyal and knew Ned Stark and it's not clear if he had a relationship with the Stark children. He's the only person other than Ned who didn't spill to the world Jon's true parentage unlike the oath breaking Sansa and the we don't need allies Arya Stark.The new young Starks don't share the same noble compassion of their father and I don't know if Holland won't hold mix feelings with the lost of Jojen and however it's revealed to him by Meera.
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    The character assassination of Daenerys

    I wish that GRRM subvert expectations and not use the pathetic link of family lineage of craziness to be her downfall. Isn't this a bad story trope of saying that a person is predestined to be mad and go coo coo and burn down a city because why not she's crazy! Can her downfall be on her own character faults with realistic possibilities and not a bloodline of Madness? Every character has blood on their hands due to the times in which the story portrayed and every character has an entitlement complex. If Bran was born of a smaller house he would not be even considered eligible for kingdom due to him being a cripple. The House of Starks are allowed to be entitled and everyone else who claim anything of power of kingdoms should be seen as nagging and brand them with some entitlement complex title? The Baratheons felt so entitled they started a war with each other for the entitlement of the throne. The Lannisters have such an entitlement complex that they have a song written about how their crimes to another house sung and known through the lands because Tywin wanted his legacy to entitle his offspring by name alone. Daenrys for all her life was fed stories about a family lineage who was murdered and throne lost because her father went mad. Never felt like she had a home, no family but an abusive brother and strangers with selfish intent and the only thing she had hope for was a chair that was told to her could avenge everything she had lost. But we are told to hate her for this because she has the strongest weapons at her disposal and who trust a woman with nuclear weapons? We are told to hate her because instead of a sword she kill her enemies with fire, but only Tyrion can torch people and no outrage of craziness is included to his titles (kinslayer)? Her character deserves more credit for the times she lives in becoming a force of nature to only be hated by the man writing her and to tell the audience see look she's crazy, and couldn't beat hereditary predisposition.
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    So what happened to the Reeds?

    From the show I wished they highlighted the disgust Meera felt due to the new and non-improved Bran, in which I wish with the lost of Jojen meaning nothing to him as well, would destroy the Howlands loyalty to house Stark? Just wishful thinking but the plot holes are too abundant to wrap ones head around.
  8. I was recommended the books first last year and read them non stop and fell in love with this story. I just watched this show last month so I binged watched it and I would say that reading comments and joining the dialogue I realize I am late to the party. Watching it in a binge however made me realize why people took teams or sides when watching this fresh. I didn't get that invested to join squads of proclaimed a house sigil, but it seems everyone suffered in the end, but no more than the last two seasons of this show and indeed everyone character was a mirror of their former selves and became tropes. Thanks for your response.
  9. Sansa character has been convincing everyone she's more intelligent than everyone because Arya said she's the most clever person a teenagers ever met without evidence. She has no respect for anyone's opinions and speaks to everyone in a condescending tone, ungrateful for any help because I wished Dany took her army and leave the xenophobic, rascist, contradictory North to go back to Essos. I believe Jon was correct in season seven and eight to not trust Sansa who never trust his leadership or supported him ever. She has treated him as a bastard like Catelyn did and hated him. Bigger question is she didn't even fight for the North like Dany did risking it all by even picking up a sword, in which she hid even when Jon said every woman and child should train against the Night King and his forces? That scene to claim Northern independence made me cringe so hard because the claim they suffered the most is ludicrous? Everybody has suffered and who judges one over the other? Yara lost her whole family, Dorne lost their whole family, Robin of the Vale lost his whole family, Gendry never had a chance of family and goes on and on but the North suffered the most so they get independence. Let's not mention that some of the suffering the North endured is by the betrayal of other Northern houses. How do we know this is the sentiments through all the Northern houses that th st want a queen to rule them when most of their leaders are dead by following the Starks? Whatever!
  10. And in the end did the Northmen needed to rest when it was a one sided one person attack defeated Kingslanding? The North for all their claims of being wronged by everyone sure need everyone to aid them. Plus, how will they build and trust one another remember they betrayed one another?
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