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  1. Yea, but she was still turned into a meat puppet and had her freewill violated. I just find it strange is all and wish there was more connecting tissue.
  2. Monica really got shafted in these final two episodes. Like the moment she gets her powers, it felt like the writers stopped caring about the character. I also find it funny that she kept the whole "you're really a good person Wanda" thing going, when all I could think of in my head was, "you don't even really know her, the only time you ever spent with her was when she turned you into a meat puppet". They really should have had the characters actually be friends or something before Wanda got her powers, because logically Monica's connection to Wanda doesn't make sense to me. So for the second time now, the MCU has trolled us when it comes to the multiverse. At least the lie made more sense with Mastero though, since that guys whole stick is basically lying to people, even in the comics; with this though, we actually had real magic at play, so there was no excuse.
  3. Love your ideas, for all accept Cressen as Grand Maester. Don't get me wrong, I love the guy, but he was pretty up there in his years by the time the first book started; I remember him being hardly able to walk. I would give the honor to either Maester Luwin or if I wanted someone young, but still strong and trust worthy, Pylos.
  4. I feel bad for the guy. The guy is a leading man, who sadly usually gets cast in supporting roles. Part of me is happy DC picked him up.
  5. The problem we have here, is the Lannisters rewarded monsters like the Baltons and gave them a lordship. These are people who themselves don't follow the law and in fact have a reputation of breaking it, for either their own amusement or to gain power. When you have people like that in charge of your laws, it sets a really bad example and encourages other people to do the same.
  6. If it makes you feel better, me and my friends mock Tony Stark all the time, for how many super villains he's created. It's basically become a running joke for us, whenever an MCU film came out that featured him.
  7. She has a scene where she walks out of the town and literally tells the SWORD solders, "leave me and my pretend town alone or I will kill you", yea, that totally just screams she wasn't in control of her actions. I've had to deal with grief quite a bit, just this year alone from how Covid has effected my family. It still doesn't justify slavery in any way, shape or form.
  8. At least in Tony's case it was an unfortunate accident, one that helped to fix. What's Wanda's excuse................she was sad. That totally justifies slavery.
  9. The situation is a little more complex, when the Lord of Winterfell is a crazy person, who enjoys skinning people just for shits and giggles.
  10. I'm on team Jon on most things, but let's be real, Mance was a deserter and the penalty for desertion is death. It's not in the oath, but it is the law. I'm not saying Jon didn't do the right thing, but trying to save his little sister, from a monster who would do lord knows what to her, but he did technically break the law by doing so.
  11. Your point? I don't recall Tony ordering him to kill any of those people. The blame is on Ultron for those lives. Tony might have brought the character into existence, but that's as far as the blame goes for Tony. Ultron was never made to even be a weapon of death, he was created to be friendly AI like Jarvis/Vision.
  12. What I don't get is, what is the time frame between the last time we see Ramsay and Jon's final chapter? From all we've seen of Mance, he doesn't seem like a guy who would break easily, but that's what we're meant to assume happened, if the contents of the letter are true. Assuming the letter is real (which I don't) I'm on the side that the watch was screwed regardless. Ramsay is too insane, and as already stated above has a reputation for both killing people who surrender and quite literally stabbing allies in the back. Had the watch done as he'd asked, he'd kill them anyway, just for shits and giggles knowing him. So Basically Marsh made an already complex situation even worse. You can kind of understand why, but it's still the dumbest move the guy would make.
  13. Tony turned people into slaves? Tony’s biggest issue is the amount of super villains he accidentally created. At the very least he helped to stop most of them though.
  14. Not entirely sure if trying to kill someone/thing that isn't real, counts as a crime. I mean Wanda pretty much was the one causing all of this mess in the first place.
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