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  1. Jovem Corvo

    [Book Spoilers] EP310 Discussion

    Maybe they should have used Dany's scenes from last episode in this one and used her 'mhysa' scenes from today at the premiere of next season.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP310 Discussion

    Well... The end could have been better.
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    How would you rate episode 309?

    10. Talisa's death, Catelyn's wail... my god. It was brutal. I wasn't expecting that gruesome baby stabbing. The last drop was when Robb said "mother...", I cried so much. Before the RW, the highest point of the episode was Bran & Rickon farewell. Poor kids, now only god knows if they will meet again. My complaints are that music needed to be louder at the wedding, Dany's scenes were not fit for this episode (they could have delayed) and Maisie Williams acted poorly.
  4. Seven. It was a solid enough episode, fan's favorites in scene and smoothly build. Still I didn't really like any scene besides perhaps Dany's. The bear's pit was, well, nothing like I expected but I say it in a negative sense. There were very good interactions, Sansa & Marg for once, and some not that good like that weird thing that happened in the Thrones room. Tywin and Joffrey's dialogue was unnatural. I don't even think the actor that portraits Tywin even knows who the character is supposed to be anymore and he was managing well last season in spite of the oocness of his lines. It's hard to explain, but although I love tv!Maergary because her subtlety was thrown out the window I dislike tv!Tyrion for the same reason.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP302 Discussion

    Jojen Reed... It was worth the waiting.
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    Favorite POV Character

    In AGOT (as well all the others books) my favorite POV is Bran. It's sad there are a lot of people who dont like his pov. :unsure: I find it the most fascinating. It is in his POV we learn most of the things about the North and the House Stark. And he's a pretty interesting kid. Bran knows people. He is not a kid to be foolished. He knows how to listen and how to speak with people. He's a endearing child. I'm really fond of his character! ^_^ Also, of all the Stark kids, I find his relationship with his direwolf, Summer, the most interesting. And the characters around him are always nice too (Ser Rodrik, Maester Luwin, Osha, Hodor, Jojen & Meera). :wub: Martin says Bran's chapters are the most difficult to write for he is too young (barely 7 years in AGOT IIRC), but he made a wonderful job.