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  1. I know who it is. Who? The handsome paramour. Ser Criston Cole. Her sworn protector? Look at him. The man is fully cunt struck I believe ser Criston has bloodied that white cloak of his with your brides maidenhead Keep your voice down. This is a good thing. She knows your secret and now you know hers. Hey! Hey! Hey!
  2. It would be powerful to reveal a more complete version of events, and the off screen actions we haven’t seen of some of the characters, latter in the show. The dramatic effect of Deamon’s fall into the Gods Eye and a montage of his life from, Playing with his brother as a child, The toast to an heir for a day, Rhea’s life and death. To see a full picture of a life. From another perspective. Maybe more abominable, or less, or just different. …would be cheating by editing without establishing cinematography pov’s
  3. Ah ok. I was like, what are they showing us here. A silent Daemon, wearing a ridiculously over the top manhood cloak, appears in a pass, apparently walked to the vale, and just happened to encounters his wife wile she was hunting…deer. I just have to breathe and let it go. Inhale the calm, and exhale the, the, the, nope I can’t do it! Suspicious! I shall withdraw to my mothers basement and endeavor to concoct a most convoluted conspiracy theory that contains a rubber chicken and no less than 3 Klaatu Barada Niktu’s!*. Royal dog or worm head? *For our younger audience, Thats an old movie quote.
  4. Oh yea that would be upsetting to depict. Very uncomfortable. I just like the idea of history twisting the focus towards the dresses and maybe not another reason. I really wanted to see a closer view on the city miniature at High Tide. Do you know what city that was? And was that a Sphinx statue above? Final question What rings are some of the characters wearing? Deamon’s looks like a Blackwood sigil? Final, final question. The crab feeder was carried by Daemon to the sea cheaply ?
  5. Was Corlys skin tone ever mentioned in the books? I couldn’t recall if it was. I had just assumed. I love the casting choice of Corlys. The color of the dresses seemed a far-fetched reason to name a war Greens vs. Blacks. I thought it was blood but skin makes it even more despicable and real …if that’s what ya talking about?
  6. Exactly! There is only one motive I can think of for Daemon to murder Rhea. If I recall correctly in a previous episode Daemon said of his Broze Bitch that the sheep are prettier? That would mean she has information coming to her from someone who was present. Maybe she’s cooperating with someone who opposes Daemon’s or the king’s plans. Her death brings up the rules of inheritance. This may set a precedent for future rulings and votes in the vale. A husband would be past up in line if he was married into the house. So Laenor would not inherit in the case of his wife’s death. Could be a defensive move to protect his niece or one of self interest.
  7. I find it curious that the behavior of Deamon, and other characters, appear to have personality’s that are dependent upon the location and costumes they wear. Viserys in his solar wearing robes. Viserys in black at throne room. Night, day, dawn, dusk etc. with or without dagger. Deamon not speaking to Rhea and wearing his manhood.
  8. You’d think a bow would be a bad choice to defend yourself with. Draw bow, draw arrow, nock, draw, lose. Maybe that was the only weapon at hand. Something to do with Visearys saying Mayhaps we turn to happier things?
  9. Rhea rode a white horse. Daemon puts his hand out. Horse flips head to tails?
  10. Rhea Royce She rides out. She encounters her cousin randomly. She says she’s hunting deer. She’s riding back from her hunt. No deer. Randomly encounters a hooded Daemon. Daemon has no mount with him. He Does not speak. He raises his hand to Rhea. She falls off her ride. Rhea is unmoving after her fall. Deamon picks up a stone. -END SCENE Did we see Deamon kill Rhea? Did we see a body or death? How was he traveling the vale mount less? Does the cousin have means, motive, and opportunity? Would he stand to inherit? Word got to Lady Rheanys fast in Drifmark. We only hear of a death.
  11. "A Dothraki wedding without at least three deaths is deemed a dull affair," I agree with the Dothraki. As far as Westerosi weddings go this one had the falling action of a dick softener. Better to have not forced a wedding expectation with bloodshed. Try a different shocker. I like how the king just sat there eating and I guess everyone decided to leave? Seven day party’s over? People just went home? One “fight” and a body would be cleared and cleaned and everyone would move on.
  12. Yea, I was hoping for more political maneuvering, and courtly banter with the a classic “Only the strong. Might makes everything I do alright.” Character. I would much prefer Jane Austin style quips and love interests than a two minute scene of Cole and Rheanys making fuck face at each other. The brothel scene, I get it. She has gone to a lower level of lust. But really they could have done better.
  13. Daemon the prisoner? Why does Daemon wear an oversized manhood? Is it because of his new hair cut? How come he acts differently with out it?
  14. Is Deamon a man whore who gets pimped out by his brother? Is he forced under the guise of exile to lay seed. Even tho his brothers aware of his sexual preferences? Is he a procurer of shameful illicit materials for the king?
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