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  1. The thing I'm most pleased about is Arya giving her maidenhood to Gendry. I'll be disappointed if we don't see something between Sansa and Sandor. It's not necessary to see any romance between those two, but just some little conversation after they parted back in season 2. It's still uncertain will Brienne give her maidenhood to Jaime or Tormund, but the most interesting thing about Jaime knighting her and naming her Knight of the Seven Kingdoms is a reference to Ser Duncan the Tall. This might be a confirmation that Brienne is his descendant. After that scene where Jorah advises Lyanna Mormont not to fight in the battle, I can see that she's most likely to perish the upcoming battle.
  2. Euron really fulfilled all expectations. I think that not a single ship in Euron's fleet was sunk during that battle. If the outcome of this battle spoils anything from the books, I think that Euron's fleet will crush the Redwyne fleet just as same as the fleet of Yara and Theon at the start of Winds of Winter. And I also think that Aeron Damphair will jump overboard just as Theon did in the heat of the battle with the Redwynes. Speaking of the future events in the books, Doran Martell could be killed by Euron's Ironborn. Sunspear is not far from the sea, and Doran was occupied with the Lannisters all those years, that he can't foresee his death from another one.
  3. RAMSAY KAPUTT!!!!!! Though I always thought that Theon and Ramsay should have a reunion before Ramsay dies, his death is very satisfying for everyone who loathe him.
  4. I don't know what made BwB to commit that crime at the end of this episode. Maybe because their new leader is Thoros and because of that they are now killing all R'hlorr non-worshipers. The Hound will now most likely kill their entire brotherhood. I think there is no point for anyone to cherish any more hope for the Lady Stoneheart appearance on the show. As for the book story, I always hoped that Sandor found faith, and that he's repenting for his past sins and crimes. But, if he's going to return to his old ways of warrior, I hope that the reason for that will be Sansa.
  5. Now that Dany has promised the conquest of Westeros to her khallasar (which may also be the entire Dothraki civilization right now), surely she must return to Meereen first to deal with her slaver enemies. If she is to secure the freedom to all former slaves, she must wipe out every single slave master in Essos. To do so, the slave cities of Yunkai, Astapor and Volantis must be purged. That scene where Benjen killed all those wights reminds me of that scene in the book #3, where Coldhands rescues Sam and Gilly. I hope that is not a confirmation of Coldhands being Benjen in the books.
  6. I really liked the ToJ fight scene, but my biggest objection about it is that there were 6 vs 2, instead of 7 vs 3. And I never imagined Howland Reed fighting in close combat. Yes, I saw he was wounded first, but if he could be so brave fighting these men, how could he let those assholes squires bully him at the tourney at Harrenhall? I always imagined he saved Ned by using a usual crannogmen trick - shooting Dayne with the poisoned dart from a blowpipe. I was a little bit disappointed for leaving the part with Lyanna for another episode. Just let it be soon.... Another nebula which I have noticed: it seems that the three-eyed raven is about 1000 years old. Is he the Bloodraven on the show, or someone else? Bloodraven is about 120 years old in the books. We can only imagine what kind of terrors will Ramsay inflict upon Rickon and Osha. I really can't see the Umbers turning their cloak against Boltons right now.
  7. It's a small difference. In the books, Euron hired a FM to push Balon from the bridge, and on the show, Euron did it all by himself.
  8. I want to say my impressions now, although it's already nearly two days ahead: - I like this Bran's first visit to the past. At first I thought this young Rodric Cassel was Brandon Stark. Was Brandon the ward of the Ryswells at that time? I never thought Hodor was mentally healthy before. I really want to know what caused this Wylis to become Hodor. Was it some really hard head-blow? I hope we get an answer for that soon. I wasn't surprised when we got to know that Bran won't remain in that cave forever. I never expected that. - The first of the many victims of Ser Robert Strong. Nothing special at King's Landing yet, only the setup for the many big shits to come. - I like the scene where Tyrion unchains Viserion and Rhaegal, but I don't understand why did the dragons went deeper in the pyramid instead getting out. I hoped that a certain new red priestess would appear by now. - Still nothing special in Braavos with Arya. - Since we already knew that Ramsay is insane, I wasn't surprised of Roose's murder by his hand at all. Before that, Roose said that Ramsay could be taken outback and slaughtered for pig feed. I imagine Ramsay getting eaten by his own hounds as his horrible death. - The scene where Theon and Sansa say their farewells was nice. Brienne did told Sansa about her encounter with Arya, but why didn't she tell her about the Hound? - For me, the scene where Euron kills Balon is best scene in this episode, besides the final one. It's almost the same as it was in the books. I look forward to see more of Euron. - In the final scene of Jon's revival, the thing I like the most was the tension they made. The thing I am looking forward to see the most in the next episode is Tower of Joy fight, and the thing I fear the most is that Ramsay's gift could be Rickon.
  9. It's way to late. I expect it in the next or most lately in ep. 3.
  10. Here are my impressions: - Nothing special has happened at Castle Black. They left the best part for the next episode. In the final scene with Melisandre, when I saw her mirror reflection at first, I thought that was some vision of Daenerys being the real Azor Ahai, but then it was a real WTF moment. - After I saw that Ramsay's reaction of Roose telling him to replace him with his newborn son as an heir, my suspects that Roose will get killed by his bastard are bigger. - For me, the best scene in this episode was Brienne and Podrick saving Sansa and Theon from the Boltons. I was impressed with Pod's improved swordsman's skills. Also, good to see Theon becoming Ironborn once again. - Nothing special at King's Landing. For now. - I was really shocked with the deaths of all Martells. Those bloody bastard bitches! I always wanted to see this show Areo Hotah swinging his axe. I bet none of this would be similar in the Winds of Winter. - Tyrion and Varys suspect that Sons of the Harpy have a leader. Since there were no signs of The Green Grace in the casting, I really wonder who could that be. - Still no big impressions with Daenerys and Arya.
  11. This was a great episode. I suppose non-book readers really feared Dany will get suddenly killed, because they knew what happened back in episodes 1x09 and 3x09. Stannis's sacrifice of Shireen would help him for some time, but let's not forget he's in the North where the Old Gods rule, and they hate the kinslayers. They will not forgive that. After I saw how Tyrion saved Missandei from that son of the harpy, I thought there might be a new romance between these two. We all expect Meryn Trant to die in the next episode, but now I really wonder how will Trant meet his fate in the books. Can't wait for next Sunday.
  12. Sansa returned to the North where the Seven don't have powers, so the Maiden couldn't protect her maidenhood from the Bastard. :)
  13. What I like: - Every scene with Arya. Only, I hoped Meryn Trant would be there by now. The chamber of faces is quite cool, however. - The arrest of Margaery. - Though many of you say that the fight scene in the Water garden is bad, I don't pay too much attention on the actor's performances. I like all action scenes in Game of Thrones. What I don't like: - Sansa escaped from KL and Joffrey only to be raped by someone even worse. It would make sense if someone give Sansa a rape in the Winds of Winter. - No Arrianne Martell. Instead they merged her character with that Ellaria slut. - Not any Targaryen duet in this episode (Dany and Jon Snow).
  14. In this episode we have Littlefinger talking to Sansa about Lyanna Stark, and we have Barristan talking to Daenerys about Rhaegar Targaryen. Could that be a setup for the revelation of Jon Snow's parantage next season?
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