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    [Book Spoilers] EP409 Discussion

    Jon roll over the fire and did't burn. R+L=J ' s foreshadow? Loved Ghost being avaible to do what greywind couldn't :defending his stark., And It broke my heart grenn and pip's deaths. ygritte dead was well done. And, I would had preffered the stannis's ending, but I don't hate the episode for not ending in that way.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP407 Discussion

    Probably has been said before but I do believe that the great theme of the episode are sibiling's relationship, full of love or full of hate: The mirror of the story that Oberyn told and his pararell with the present: Cersei wanting his brother dead opposite to Jaime protecting him. Oberyn wanting for years to avenge the murder of his sister and her children opposite to Lysa still hating her dead sister and trying that her niece pay her jealousy towards her sister. Sandor carrying the mark of his brother hate opposite to Arya carrying the symbol of her broter's love. I do saw in Sandor/ Arya 's story a foreshadow that what is going to save Arya's soul( sorta) and not to become in Sandor, at the end, is the love of her sibilings. But, maybe is the romantic in me.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP404 Discussion

    Actually, I believe that Ghost being caged and escape( because he will escape) is a good sign. Unless you want Jon dead.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP404 Discussion

    IMHO, the only major change is Jon knowing about Bran being alive and going to craster's, in part, to look for him. And can be easily fixed if for instance, karl says to Jon that they killed his little brother to provoke him when actually Bran escaped. So, Jon like on the books, still would believe that Bran is dead. The only change is that he would believe that was Karl and not Theon the one that did it. IMHO, the all situation Ghost being caged is similar to Greywind being caged and could work as a mirror and foreshadow: Greywind was caged and end up dead/ Robb suffered a murder attempt and end up dead Ghost was caged and end up escaping/Jon suffered a murder attempt and escapes( hopefully). And also, Jon saying doing what is right and also avenge the lord commander that was like their father could work as foreshadow to Janos Slynth, doing what is right and by doing it also avenge his father. Also, I think that Locke will be the one that tries to kill Jon under Bolton 's orders because if both believe that Bran is dead, Jon becomes a danger like Ramsay said.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP402 Discussion

    Is not a blue rose, is a white walker seeing something inside an ice cell( I suppose) https://24.media.tumblr.com/76806bd64442a5964ff6da494a4bd4a7/tumblr_n4224aqhGK1r3pxxqo1_400.gif
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    [Book Spoilers] EP310 Discussion

    I not saying that D&D are saying that is wrong fight for the slaves, but the way that she is assuming her victories, IMHO, is telling. She is starting to like be worship and that always is a dangerous thing. And I think that they are starting to portray that.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP310 Discussion

    Im glad that Im not the only one that believes that the final scene was kind of a Red herring: some viewrs said well Danny is the savior, but iby the way she is lifted, her expression and Jorah's IMHO they are starting to show her fall into the megalomaniac.
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    [TWoW Spoilers] Barristan

    Completly crackpot theory: Maybe the red dawn/ dragon dawn's thing will be a foreshadow that at the same time at the wall a "dragon" is weaking up. I know that is completly far fetched. :leaving:
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    The future of Jaime and Brienne?

    Maybe because both of my parents are psychologist Im reading too much in this, but...To me a sign that Jaime has some romantic feelings about Brienne, is when the whore ask him what he finds attractive in a woman, he automatically answers: Innocence. And, he never thinks about the answer again. And, Cersei isn't innocent, but Brienne is.
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