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bloodsteel bitterraven

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  1. They should have ended the show with Jenny's song and implied the night king's army destroyed everything, and froze the planet. But at least they died fighting bravely. The 2nd episode was beautiful, and of course it wasn't written by D&D.
  2. Yeah, if George ever bothers finishing the books, I am sure Arya in the aftermath of the Mercy chapter will be chased like hell by the Faceless Men, and her story won't have a happy ending.
  3. No because if Gendry has a better claim, than Dany isn't the legitimate queen, therefore her legitimizing Gendry wouldn't work.
  4. This was a much better episode than the last one. But I really don't like what they're doing with Dany.
  5. The Long Night is now the second worst rated GoT episode on Rotten Tomatoes. The worst one is Unbowed, unbent, unbroken. https://www.scoopwhoop.com/entertainment/long-night-2nd-worst-got-episode/#.dtji1uiha Benioff and Weiss really screwed up with their terrible writing.
  6. The only reason it has 8.8 is because thousands of die-hards had given the episode a 10/10 even before the episode had aired. IMDB shouldn't be counting votes until the episode has aired. Only a couple of days ago it was at 9.9 and it has been dropping steadily since. My guess is that it will continue dropping and end up being one of the lowest rated episodes ever.
  7. Arya killing the NK could have worked if they had made it believable, but this episode was shot really badly. It was too dark, the battle formations were ridiculous, the named characters should have died at least 10 times each, but their enormous plot armor kept saving them, while the redshirts kept dying for no reason (as if we were supposed to care for them). And then the NK, who was supposed to be the existential threat for the entire known world, dies easily as if he's the villain of the week. This was really bad television and I can't believe the die-hards are not willing to admit it.
  8. That's a brilliant analysis of the episode. This episode was supposed to be great, and it ended up being a complete joke.
  9. Benioff and Weiss are anything but Sansa fans. They actually went out of their way to cut a scene in the last episode where Sansa was killing the wights in the crypts.
  10. The two people I talked to, who are big fans of the show, told me this episode was stupid and made no sense. I'm guessing the only people who liked it are those who watch GoT drunk.
  11. I think it was Weiss who said that, not that it matters much, but it's a completely ridiculous statement. There's no way all the Dothraki in the world were that small bunch that attacked the wights. I would have thought Dany left some of them at Dragonstone, and many, many others are still at the Dothraki Sea. What the f*** are these people even talking about? Are they stupid? Ignorant? Are they trolling? I can't believe these two morons get paid millions to make a mess of my favorite books.
  12. They wanted a lot of red shirts (Dothraki) to die. It's that simple. It doesn't have to make sense.
  13. I was very much looking forward to this season, knowing that I will never get a conclusion to the books from George, but I am really disappointed. I am not even that excited for the last 3 episodes. Benioff and Weiss can go eff themselves.
  14. Ok, so that actually happened like many were predicting. But there were no casualties. Not sure what to think about that.
  15. By the way, what happened in the crypts? Was it the dead Starks that were woken by the Night King? I was confused by that. Did anyone understand where the dead came from?
  16. That's exactly what Arya is on the show though. It's a complete cliche. It wouldn't have been a sword-wielding hero if it was Melisandre who killed the Night King.
  17. I think it would have worked better if Melisandre was the one who destroyed the Night King.
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