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  1. King's Bane

    [Book Spoilers] EP510 Discussion

    I think she's dead, for the following reasons. 1. She had that sweet, touching scene before it happens. Traditionally, that means death is imminent in Game of Thrones. 2. Her death is prophesied. And Maggy the Frog seems better at reading the tea leaves than Melisandre. 3. She's not that important. Probably. It's like her only function on the show is to make her mother mad with grief when she dies, which will serve to intensify the conflict between the Lannisters and the Martells.
  2. King's Bane

    [Book Spoilers] EP510 Discussion

    Ugh, no more rape. Drogon will have to wake up from his nap to come rescue his mother once again. Or else we riot. :-p
  3. King's Bane

    [Book Spoilers] EP510 Discussion

    Ok, let's assume that. I don't remember exactly how this went down in the books, I'll admit. But in the show, Ramsay is just returning and on his way to pay his new wife a visit. The first thing he'll see, is the dead body of his ex-girlfriend laying in the yard...
  4. King's Bane

    [Book Spoilers] EP510 Discussion

    Aren't the outer walls of Winterfell 80 feet tall? There wasn't much evidence of any snow banks in any of the scenes that I could see, but let's be generous and assume there is a huge 20 feet tall snow bank right underneath that wall. Even then, a jump like that isn't likely to end well. But maybe they were committing suicide together, because even death is preferable to a life with Ramsay. Even if they both by some miracle manage to land safely, he'd be right behind with them with horses and hounds. Personally, I'm inclined to think Sansa is dead. Theon, too.
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    [Book Spoilers] EP504 Discussion

    Enjoyed it overall. The scene between Melisandre and Jon, though... ugh.
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