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About Cladinator

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    The Three-eyed bro
  • Birthday 09/12/1984

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    Essex, Il
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    Amateur astronomy, physics, reading, firearms, making electronic music, archery, Vikings

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  1. Cladinator

    Destiny of Jon Snow

    I thought the same. I wanted him to make the choice but then you have the issue of his stubborn devotion to duty. His character is incapable of giving the finger to duty and heading North out of his own self-interest. This outcome solved that problem. And in the end it's probably the happiest ending possible for Jon, though still tragic.
  2. Not at all. It's actually pretty close to how I wanted the story to end so I guess I'm fairly happy. I'm not thrilled about all the sub-plots that I'm still going to have to wade through but I'm looking forward to a more in depth look at the realm after all is said and done. I'm expecting more emphasis on prophecy, loose ends, and an overall better flow of time. The show was never going to deliver on that stuff with the timeline they were working in. I get that. Martin will be able to address everything us book snobs are complaining about with regards to the show.
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    Your favorite individual acting performance

    If I had to choose one for the whole series I'd go with Jack Gleeson. I think his talent is often overlooked due to severely cruel nature of the character he played. But damn, did he do an amazing job. As far as season 8 goes I'd probably go with Peter Dinklage.
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    The Ending Was very conventional

    I think your "wokeness" has destroyed your ability to effectively judge the ending of this story, to be honest.
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    Robert Baratheon - Not so bad after all

    No. We really don't get to see the realm post-Daenerys. Don't miss the point though. The realm is now on the up-and-up. That's the whole reason for ending the story with Bran as King. Whether you like that outcome or not, the point is that better days are ahead for the realm.
  6. I'm not going to rate it. I feel like it's the best we could have hoped for given the dumpster fire the showrunners have turned the series into. As far as the STORY goes I really liked the ending and it mostly ended how I have always wanted it to. So, I'm biased there. As far as the SHOW goes, it was rushed. Since the series has ended up the way it has because of HBO and the showrunners, I don't think I could've gotten a better ending. I don't think they were capable of delivering that. That isn't a compliment to them either. Quite the opposite. It was still emotional. I've been involved in this series since S1 E1. I'm not going to throw my hands up and get butthurt about it. It could've been worse. And to be honest, I expected much worse.
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    [Spoilers] EP505 Discussion

    I am still waiting to wake up from this nightmare. GoT is turning out to be a very poorly and sloppily written tv series. RIP
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 505

    I'm very surprised that the last couple episodes have had such high ratings. I gave this one a 2 but thought about giving it a 1.
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    [Spoilers] EP505 Discussion

    I guess we just cruise through Valyria now...
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    [Spoilers] EP505 Discussion

    I never used to think it but I do now... The showrunners hate the book series. Their plan the whole time has been to ruin this series with poor writing, terrible acting, pointless dialogue, and illogical plot holes.
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    [Spoilers] EP505 Discussion

    I wish the Jon/Tormund dynamic from the book existed in the show.
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    [Spoilers] EP505 Discussion

    I'm about to give up on this crap.
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    [Spoilers] EP505 Discussion

    Barristan is really dead. You've got to be shitting me.
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    How would you rate episode 503?

    I gave it a 3 out of ten and that's only because the scene where Jon beheads Janos Slynt was kinda badass. No, Jon didn't tell Edd to fetch him a block. Bummer. But the look on his face right before he swung Longclaw was pretty gangster. The High Sparrow wasn't at all in line with the book's but Pryce did a fantastic job. The Tommen/Marge scene was pretty bizarre. I'm not sure if a lot of people understand why it's so cringe worthy.