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  1. Stormourne

    Arya and Gendry, why?

    The way Arya and Gendry parted ways in the books is way different than the show. In the books, Gendry chose to remain with the brotherhood, even when Arya asked him to come with her. After that event, Arya did not have one positive thought about them after the brotherhood (in her internal monologue, she states as much). And since she is still eleven? in Winds of Winter, I doubt we're going to see an actual sex scene with her. If there is one, it better serve a good efn purpose. A romantic relationship between Gendry and Arya in the books seems farfetched at this moment. Unless there is a time skip, she will be thirteen at most by book seven, and Gendry 17-18. And with him chosing the brotherhood over her 'pack,' I can't seem them working, unless George wants them to be a thing. Then it's his prerogative.
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    [spoilers] So, in the end, the PTWP...

    This! And Jon might be the one who unifies Westeros.
  3. It seems really dumb that the show is trying to hype the supposed conflict between Jon and Daenerys, regarding birthright. I mean, the most obvious way to avoid such a dumb conflict would be to have them both married to each other. That would literally solve this whole "who should get the Iron Throne" nonsense. If we assume there is an Iron Throne by the end of the show, then the only way Westeros would truly accept Daenerys is if she marries someone who was born in Westeros, has fought for Westeros, and would die (has died) for Westeros. Aka., Jon Snow/Targaryen - they should have just named him Jaehaerys Targaryen - Jon could have been his nickname then - but I digress. If they survive, marriage is the only plausible answer to their romantic love for each other. Especially if she's pregnant. Remember, folks. Jon would never father a bastard, ever. I shall see myself out now.
  4. Stormourne

    The Dragon Riders are all Targs?

    I thought it was obvious that the whoever the NK kills and re-animates becomes enthralled to him.
  5. Lol, what will you do if Jon does hook up Daenerys in the novels?
  6. I got the quote from the comics, specifically from Thanos Rising. The comic is the origin story of Thanos - it explains how he become who he is, and how he met Lady Death, etc. Thanos is one of my favorite characters in Marvel Comics, especially his relationship with Death. The quote itself symbolizes why Thanos killed when he was younger. it's tragically beautiful.
  7. Man, I can see all the flaws in this season: the plausible impossibilities, inconsistencies, etc., and I still could not give two shits about that - I don't even feel frustrated or anything. I like the show for what it is. I view GoT like diabetic people view insulin. I need my fix to stay alive while Winds of Winter is being written. This is just better-than-averge fan-fiction about what could happen in WoW and ADOS. I think I would make a shitty critic for TV. Everything I like will be 10/10.
  8. Daenerys and Jon make political sense... You should see that by now.
  9. I voted 9, so come at me, bro. And we're leading atm.
  10. The fact you don't like Arya now is treason. You either bend the knee the the Assassin Queen, or die standing True Arya fans will stick with her to the end. Death to the Traitors!
  11. I loved the episode, some didn't. Which means I benefited more than those who can't or refuse to overlook the inconsistencies and plausible impossibilities. Constructive criticism is necessary for all mediums, literature and film in particular. However, 'criticism' on this website is of a lesser standard than those from legitimate critics who write reviews for a living. And I do believe the show-writers do read those legitimate reviews in order to improve for the next season. They also take into account general viewer satisfaction. Who should they cater to more, the 1% or the 99%? The book purist or the casual viewer looking for a good time? Time constraints and monetary limitations factor into the script-writing. I'm sure they were aware of the "plausible impossibilities" they were writing beforehand. What I'm trying to say is this: it's alright to be critical. But none-professional criticism is less than useful, especially since everyone is so invested in the show that no one will drop the show because of these "unrealistic" scenarios. So chill, folks. Enjoy the episode for what it is. Good TV. Although, mind you, I don't care whether you whinge (Clegane laugh) or cry, it matters not to me. I enjoyed every minute.
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    [Spoilers] EP706 Discussion

    I don't think that will be the case. Maybe Little-finger will try to poison Arya and she'll realise it. Since she's trained to be a Faceless man, she's been trained to detect poison's, etc. I think before Sansa and Arya have their climactic showdown, LF will make a mistake and they will turn on him. I really think Bran would step in before one kills the other.
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    [Spoilers] EP706 Discussion

    She could kill Sansa without anyone being able to prove it was her. She just has a wear a mask, and be "seen" escaping the scene of the crime. And bam, the murder is gone forever.
  14. Stormourne

    [Spoilers] EP706 Discussion

    Arya can be dealt with? Pfft, Sansa better watch out, and step the truck back, because Arya Stark is hella-scary.
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    [Spoilers] EP706 Discussion

    On the contrary, I'm enjoying the tension between the two. Arya cares for Jon, and although she may be misguided in passive-aggressively attacking Sansa, her heart is in the right place.