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  1. I agree. also when alys begs Jon to save her. that was rly moving to mr for some reason
  2. @Mister Smikes bruh if you dont wanna talk about it being sad or other scenes that effected you emotionally then get tf off my thread. This aint about unberic
  3. I was just telling someone about the scene where beric tell thoros that hes been resurrected to many times, and tells him like "I had a home once, and a mother, but I can't remember it or her face. I was betrothed once, I know that, but I remember nothing of it. Was I born on this battle field? are you my mother?" anyway that shit makes me want to cry. Idk if y'all have any scenes that have been making you feel some type of way lately.
  4. yeah but it'd be tragic and awesome if her and aegon had issues. I can't argue with ur logic tho
  5. berserk is art man. I was just listening to the guts theme. made me wanna cry also yeah at least we have that
  6. I want to see a dance of the dragons
  7. @Egged yeah I did know I just finished it. I rly rly enjoyed it and yeah hopefully not lol bro I just gotta say this is some of the best stuff ive ever read. felt like Tolstoy I like the skull knight cold hands comparison I kinda hope George doesnt do him like that. I like young griff/aegon. he actually does sort of give me Griffith vibes tho with his arrogance. or just sense of destiny. I think it'd make for a great story. I can even see more of Griffiths arc being played out if euron gets involved. euron also reminds me of Griffith. its like George split the dark and the light in Griffith and put the light in YG and the dark in euron
  8. well here's the original post if you're interested @Loose Bolt I got embarrassed and deleted it, maybe you're interested in Berserk too? this is my first time reading it, and after getting further I didn't feel like there was as much similarity. Its really interesting to see a Japanese guy try to write medieval European fantasy. There are sort of similar parts but they're fragmented, and superficially the apostles are much different than Valerians, nevertheless I feel like there's some similarities, tho I can't tell if it has more to do with similarities between almost all fantasy or just between the series. There are also certain scenes that remind me eerily of asoiaf, but in a sort of weird twisted way, like the tress with faces and sacrificing people too them, tho again that could be a historical thing I'm not aware of. Anyway, hope you find this interesting edit* yeah there are parallels im almost done with berserk, I dont know I there's anything interesting to say, but maybe you guys will enjoy talking about this
  9. @Frey family reunion I just want to point out that this whole theory about Bran bringing the long night, Brynden Rivers being bad and all that other stuff is contrary to Occams Razor. So here let me spell it out for you. Here's a crippled boy from the good family in the series. He names his wolf Summer, and is a greenseer. He is helped by the children of the forest, who love the green and living places. He is defended from the others, and his arc tends toward knowing the secrets of this universe and helping to make things right somehow. You know what, hahaha all thats bullshit, here's some barely supported evidence about brynden rivers not being the three eyed crow, and clearly being in league with the others. Whats my evidence for this? theres a weir wood in a dream, why is this brynden rivers? cause I feel like it. Where is the three eyed crow? somewhere else not wanting bran hes being duped. I buy into fantasy tropes and Brynden rivers is rotting and looks gross. This implies hes bad. ah yes also, what do the weir woods want, who are clearly living things who depend on the cycle of life and death. it to stop. Because ice does not give the dead back, and neither do the others. edit: also where is the three eyed crow? continuing a conversation Brynden Rivers was just having with bran while simultaneously not being Brynden Rivers Secondly @Mourning Star the same applies. Here is a man who is a greenseer, whom jojen believes to be the three eyed crow, whom is teaching bran the things the three eyed crow promised to teach bran. He is a character who has been previously introduced, and fleshed out. He is supported by the children of the forest, and warded from the others. the explanation for all this? clearly that he is bad and wants to posses bran. why, idk, im one of those people who got into this series for the realpolitik and doesnt understand that realpolitik is at best a device to illustrate the real themes.
  10. he doesnt want to get shanked by the maesters
  11. Yeah you're right. If there was anything it was a gradual decline in health. Which doesn't jive with the considerably degraded health of the dragons on the pyramid. There is definitely a bit in one of the Meereen chapters about how dragons do not do well in captivity. yeah we don't have any hard evidence of it do you guys have a theory on what the maesters did
  12. Yeah it worked, but the dragons did get sick and die. If it had something to do with their confinement, as it appears that the pyramid affects the dragons negatively, and I think maybe someone says something about it or Dany thinks it, it would be interesting to see how the Valeryans kept their dragons without stunting them
  13. yes;) I have an agenda about this
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