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    Jon's first chapter

    Jon seemed to value honor and duty as much as Ned did, which makes it odd that he would refuse the crown all the way to the bitter end. Honor and duty would both direct him to accept the crown.
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    Destiny of Jon Snow

    Where’s the honor in that? Doesn’t fit with how we’re supposed to assume that Bran will rule.
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    Destiny of Jon Snow

    If the Nights Watch still existed, then how could he leave and permanently join the wildlings? That’s desertion and is punishable by death. That would also technically make Sam a deserter too.
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    Why was Bran looking for Drogon?

    This is the obvious and logical explanation.
  5. If the spoiler I read on freefolk about how the series ends is true, then GoT will go down in history as the worst finale of all time. And it won’t even be close. Its so bad that I really don’t even want to watch tonight. Just really hoping that it lasts wrong.
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    Final decision: Was Cersei pregnant?

    I think she was. There’s no way of knowing that she wasn’t, so why wouldn’t she be? Story-wise I think it would be a lot more powerful for Dany to be pregnant. Would make it even harder for Jon to figure out how to deal with her.
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    They ruined Jaime once and for all

    The more I think about it, the more I’m ok with him running back to Ceresi. I think he was still redeemed for the most part, but like so many people he had one really bad flaw that he just couldn’t shake no matter how hard he tried: his love for his sister. I really wish he hadn’t broke Brienne’s heart, thy part does seem out of character. But I’m thinking that maybe he hooked up with her to try to forget about Ceresi and he just couldn’t.
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    So how/will that go down in the books?

    Even if we get ADoS by some miracle, I don’t think he can conclude the series in only two more books and will need an 8th to wrap it up.
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    Who will kill Daenerys? NO SPOILERS PLEASE!

    Most people think Arya or Jon. But I think maybe it’ll be Tyrion. He turned on Varys, his friend, and jt ended up being a major mistake. Maybe this is how he redeems himself.
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    So how/will that go down in the books?

    It won’t happen in the books, because the final book will never be written. And that’s the most frustrating thing about all this.
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    [Spoilers] Episode 805 Discussion

    So much for Jaime’s redemption, dying with Ceresi in his arms.
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    So, Arya and Sansa are evil, right?

    They’re downplaying Arya being a Faceless (Wo)man. She could walk in to the Red keep and kill Ceresi just as easily as she killed Walder Frey. And then do the same to Dany after that, if necessary.
  13. We’ve learned to take prophecies with a grain of salt with the tv adaptation.
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    Episode 4 preview

    Good question. Many assumed that sending him to kill them was just a plot device to get him to the battle of Winterfell. That’s obviouslh not the case now so who knows.
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    Episode 4 preview

    Rhaegal and Ghost are both in the preview, although you have to watch it in super slow motion to see them.