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  1. Bambi

    So what was this long story all about?

    How is an elective monarchy better than a lineage monarchy? I think nothing changed in the long run, and the outcome is quite nihilistic. Everyone can decide if you like this story or not...
  2. Erm... Breaking Bad?
  3. forget about nissa nissa pls... wasn't in the show, is not setup, therefore cannot be a conclusive payoff either. Apart from that I can see that Bran had some things to do with recent events.
  4. No one is telling "authors" what to happen, it has already happened obviously, people are expressing their opinion about possible narrative mistakes. Just take a step back with going personal with this "fanboy-sh*t".
  5. Did you just write that? :D This is a FORUM, to discuss the show. I mean if you don't like that people are exchanging thoughts and ideas about it, go put the show on repeat and watch it till eternity, this is a place to express opinions. As to Dany: I don't mind about the direction they took with the character, as for the buildup to this, everyone can decide if it was done properly or not. Not very long ago she chained up her dragons to not hurt any more innocents. I think that her change was far too rushed. And I certainly was NOT a fan of her, I haven't rooted for here - its not a football much, all I expect is logical storytelling.
  6. Bambi

    Arya Stark Screentime: What Gives?

    It was about subverting expectations. Everyone assumed Arya will assasinate someone, but it did NOT happen. Aren't you amazed???? Cutting my sarcasm: she probably served as a POV character to show us the destruction from civilian perspective.
  7. Bambi

    Bittersweet Ending

    I think it would be somewhat bittersweet if everything would fall back to approximately the same situation where Robert's Rebellion ended, signifying that the inability to cooperate on Westeros is inevitable consequence of human nature, and history just repeats itself in spiraling circles. Drogon dies early in the siege of Kings Landing, and the situation will worsen to the point where the rule of Cersei - seemingly - cannot be stopped. The siege fails. Daenerys will blame Sansa for creating squabble in between the fragile alliance, and kills her (or more probably kills Arya who goes after her to stopDaenerys' rampage). After this Jon kills Daenerys somewhere outside the walls to stop her madness. Inside Kings Landing, Jaime smuggles himself through the tunnels (which were used to smuggle out Tyrion). In the throne room she confronts Cersei, who refuses to open the gates since the siege is staggering. Jaime strangles Cersei with his golden hand, thus reproducing the kingslaying act, but right after is killed by the mountain. The Mountain will be killed by the Hound after that, with the use of fire. Gates opened, Kings Landing falls in Jon's hands. Jon refuses the throne. The throne - without a Targaryen heir - goes to Gendry, who is the closest to claim it as a Baratheon, son of Robert Baratheon. Jon goes North to grow old in peace as King Beyond the Wall with Tormund and the wildlings. Bran rebuilds the hole in the Wall, then settles into the cave under the tree to dive deep into the past. Sansa takes Winterfell and mother stark children. Tyrion rules Casterly Rock. The hound gets Highgarden, as he deems worthy and responsible after helping to retreive Kings Landing. The seven kingdoms get restored. Winter ends. Last scene: rambling group of wildlings far in the Land of Always Winter are encountered by white walkers, and gets slaughtered (just like in the first scene of the show & book), indicating that white walkers still lurk far north. Cut.
  8. Bambi

    [Spoilers] E801 Discussion

    To me Drogon looked more like he also needs a bang ASAP. That scene was a bit off, I understand that the director probably wanted to convey that Drogon is protective with Dany but I don't know why to include the scene itself. Its obvious he is protective, he has always been protective. You shouldn't repeat messages already told as a storyteller, thats just consuming up screentime and lags the story itself. I had to rewind the scene to check if I've missed any hidden meaning, only to be reassured by myself that I certainly did not miss anything... bad.
  9. Bambi

    Samwell Tarly stole the spotlight.

    About Samwell: honestly the actor truly nailed the scene, BUT I haven't felt emotionally impacted too much because we haven't seen Sams love expressed towards his brother Dickon. Maybe there was a scene where he talked about him with warm words or something like that but for all I remember Sam shouldn't have given much shit about Dickon's death. It took out the momentum from my empathic reactions throughout the scene. About Dany and the Tarly execution: I agree that Dany is going down a grim path towards extreme tyranny. I wouldn't be surprised if she would die by the end of the show, possibly by the hands of Jon. They are going to have some serious debates soon, Jon is more like the ideal justful leader, they handle tough situations based on different principles. I think Dany may engage in violence with Jon, and he maybe Jon will forge Lighbringer and become Azor Ahai by plunging his sword into Dany's heart. I can think of some situations which could also fulfill the prophecy from the House of the Undying but of course that was left out of the show. I would be surprised if both Dany and Jon would survive the ending.
  10. Bambi

    Samwell Tarly stole the spotlight.

    I don't want to partake in this because I don't think it matters a lot, but if he saw him leaving KL then he also saw the debate between Cersei and Jamie - which also implies Bran absolutely knew that Jamie heads to Winterfell.
  11. Bambi

    Waterfall scene - Dany & Jon

    Its strange you point that out, because I absolutely do NOT feel the chemistry between the two. I mean I get the gestures when the actors are "acting" their love, but it feels acting all the same. Jon's bonding with Ygritte looked more genuine (obviously).
  12. Bambi

    How would you rate episode 209?

    OMG, i jizzed in my pants when the wildfire banged. :D 2 little dislikes: the sudden cuts when tyrion freed the mud gate - it was totally out of blue to me. The other minor dislike: too much of Cersei, i love him playing but a lot of her lines didn't add anything new to her character imo, those screentimes could've been spent on other things - maybe an explenation why is Loras there. I'm pretty sure it will be included in the final episode anyway. ps: sorry for double post.
  13. Bambi

    How would you rate episode 209?

    OMG, i jizzed in my pants when the wildfire banged. :D 2 little dislikes: the sudden cuts when tyrion freed the mud gate - it was totally out of blue to me. The other minor dislike: too much of Cersei, i love him playing but a lot of her lines didn't add anything new to her character imo, those screentimes could've been spent on other things - maybe an explenation why is Loras there. I'm pretty sure it will be included in the final episode anyway.
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