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  1. zeus

    How would you rate episode 702?

    I'd give it a 4 but Euron easily bumped it up to a 7.
  2. Would have given it a 1 but Benjen made me bump it up to a 4
  3. zeus

    How would you rate episode 602?

    ^I'm with you on this one. I rated it a 4, and I didn't do it to troll. I just found a the scenes and the writing wasn't that strong. Also the massive twist and hype around Jon resolved in 2 episodes. Way to keep it going and keep us hooked on what will happen. Also, much like one of the greatest commanders in the history of Westeros, running blindly into battle and loosing easily (stannis the mannis), Ramsay apparently is a genius, who outwits his cold, ruthless, calculating father. And how? but mirroring the same way his father killed Robb. Great writing and effort on that one. (starting to suspect D&D's favourite character is in deed Ramsay) 4 rating for being less of a comedy as last week
  4. zeus

    How would you rate episode 602?

    ^I'm with you on this one. I rated it a 4, and I didn't do it to troll. I just found a the scenes and the writing wasn't that strong. Also the massive twist and hype around Jon resolved in 2 episodes. Way to keep it going and keep us hooked on what will happen. Also, much like one of the greatest commanders in the history of Westeros, running blindly into battle and loosing easily (stannis the mannis), Ramsay apparently is a genius, who outwits his cold, ruthless, calculating father. And how? but mirroring the same way his father killed Robb. Great writing and effort on that one. (starting to suspect D&D's favourite character is in deed Ramsay) 4 rating for being less of a comedy as last week
  5. So it took Melissandre 34 seconds to go from Winterfell to Castle Black but one season has gone past and Asha Greyjoy looks to be lost somewhere in Westeros. I know this hasn't got much to do with the ep but I really thought that storyline would somehow fit into this season and make it interesting with Stannis etc.
  6. I was waiting for a big shocker, one worse than the red wedding. Wasn't even shocked throughout the episode and i think there were some good moments, but most of the episode was just a mess and some things didnt make sense. (wont repeat cause heaps of people posted about it, but one was jon on the wrong side of the wall) Gave it a 3/10 and thats me being kind
  7. One thing that i knew was going to happen was when Jorah gets a pardon letter in the first season, then when barristan selmy turns up (and doesnt confess to danny that jorah was spying) And in this episode he gets another letter saying he is pardoned. kinda just something they mustnt have thought of when writing this episode.
  8. loved seeing riverrun and the tullys loved how ramsay is starting to kinda playing games with theon. loved how they did the jaime hand scene. wasnt a fan of the bear and the maiden fair song at the end of it. just didnt think it suited the mood/scene of a main character getting their arm taken off. hate the way they are starting to portray stannis the mannis.
  9. enjoyed this episode way more than episode 1. i liked them showing more of jaime/brienne, and especially the introduction of the reeds.
  10. I think it was a pretty good start to the season. BUT in saying that it did feel really rushed and kind of shot through every character. Was hoping to see Strong Belwas aswell but ah well.
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