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    Game of Thrones and ASOIAF, obviously. Books and tv series: anything that incorporates historical fiction, fantasy and / or sci-fi. Sansa can have her lemoncakes, I like cupcakes. Oded Fehr will always be my Red Viper.

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  1. Sand11751

    House of the Dragon Series Order Announced

    Glad to have this instead of the Long Night. The Targs and their dragons / history have been one of the more fascinating elements of the books.
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    Samwell as Grand Maester

    Thank you! Yet another dumb thing that happened cause that's what D&D wanted. Did Sam somehow go back to the citadel and forge a chain to become GM in time for King Bran? Utterly as ridiculous as King Bran.
  3. 1, because again there's no negative rating. If this is GRRM's ending as well, I'm sure someone will mention it to me. Someday.
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    Who liked sandor's ending.

    Loved! Sorry he died, but there was beautiful symmetry in him destroying Gregor and being consumed by fire, when the fear of it had consumed his life for so long. Pour one out for Rory McCann.
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    What the fuck did I just watch?

    Trash. That is all.
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 805?

    Just a shame there is no negative million choice.
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    Dany is army-less, isn't she?

    Considering that Dany's Dothraki savages and Unsullied eunuchs just killed themselves on Northerners' behalf, I'm guessing those Northerners might help provide her with an army. Sansa should be less ungrateful now and may convince the knights of the Vale too, Riverrun's soldiers will feel some loyalty to Catelyn Stark's children. So Dany should have decent numbers.
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    Season 8 Official Trailer Released

    Thank the old gods and the new! I loved the trailer and of course, watched it several times to see if one of my favorite characters survived the season 7 end and he did. Can it be April already???
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    [Spoilers] EP707 Discussion

    Hizdahr. She at least slept with him once that I remember
  10. Yeah, but I gave up on logic a long time ago in a show about dragons, zombies and zombie babies tbh. Clearly, the budget went to Dany deus ex machina this season and while I was sorry to see the consequences, it was also fitting to have a moment where everyone atop Drogon was surely thinking, "Oh shit, the Night King can do that?! Now what?"
  11. As penultimate episodes go, this just didn't do it for me. Too much of this entire season has been rushed and disjointed. The wight hunt was long a stupid, terrible idea but the consequences really hammered that home. D&D really should not have shortened the season.
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    How would you rate episode 702?

    10 easily.; Theon and Yara, Arya, Varys and Dany just embodied their characters' feelings so well. Even Cersei, grudgingly; although she did exactly what I thought she'd do and played to people's fears. My only quibble; a big crossbow? That's what they come up with? I expected something more inventive to be honest from UnGregor creator. So glad to see Hot Pie and Nymeria again. And Billy Bones as Dickon Tarly. I can't decide if I like Olenna or not; she's just a polarizing figure from one ep to the next. And while I did initially think the Grey Worm thing was pointless and still believe it can only herald death, I liked the way that scene played out, very believable. Poor Jorah; how does he still manage to look hot with grayscale?
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    How would you rate episode 701?

    Solid 8. Best opener and kudos to Walder Frey actor; he gave away a little of the farce without giving away too much. Jaime's jealousy is still sickening, but I suppose understandable if you go along with the idea that he's loved his sister all his life. Euron was a little too animated in that scene; I wish Jaime had run him through for that alone. The scenes of Arya breaking bread with the Lannister army and Sandor being forced to confront guilt possibly for the first time in his life were so well-done. For both Arya and Sandor, a code of life might be easily formed but when you see how a certain approach to things impacts the lives of those just trying to go about theirs, gives you a different perspective. Things I could have done without; Sansa's petulance in the great hall; save that shit for private convos with Jon, and speaking of shit, yeah, we all know Sam's job at the citadel is revolting - how many times did we need to see him doing it? Glad GoT's back.
  14. Wish I could rate it an 11. The best GoT episode ever. Even more satisfying than Frey pie. Bring on season 7.