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  1. If Cersei had done 2 things: Be nice to the people (give em food) to get them on her side, then orchestrated some false flag attacks against the people of KL and blamed dragons. She could've had the people riot against Dany and her troops. Then throw in some scenes where Dany is talking about how the people will welcome her when she arrives. (Her brother told her back in season 1 or 2 that the small folk sew banners of dragons in secret, awaiting Targaryen return) Now you have the seeds sewn so that when the citizens of KL see Dany, they attack the unsullied, Boo Dany and she loses it. Burns them all.
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    Bronn - Highgarden and Master of Coin? Really?

    the Bronn ending is the type of writing one would see when you are ending a sit-com.
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    I would've preferred if the Jon killing Dany scene had played out in a "man who delivers the verdict must swing the sword"type of way. Jon doesn't need swaying by Tyrion, he knows what must be done, he won't allow Arya to assassinate her. He accepts his fate, kills Dany then is killed by Grey Worm.
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    Crackpot theory: Jon the next NK?

    Jon Snow, the reluctant Night King. He doesn't want the power but since he's undead, the dead follow him. All is well between the land of always winter and the land south of the wall for many generations, then the realm of men becomes corrupted, they remove Bran from power, the world needs a purge, here comes The Night King 2.0, Jon Snow edition. I like the idea
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    Do you see any way dany lives through all this?

    The only way I see her living is if Benihoff and Weiss decide it; this, unfortunately, is entirely possible
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    Thoughts on Arya possibly dying/failing to kill Dany?

    Arya assumes someone else's face (maybe grey worm) in order to get close enough to kill Dany. However, she is killed by an unsuspecting Jon Snow.
  7. I'd like to see a Monty Python Holy Grail ending: Dany lands her dragon among the smoking ruins of KL and is walking up to Jon, Tyrion, all the Dothraki, Unsullied and NorthMen. George RR Martin walks on to the set yelling "alright, Alright ALRIGHT, that's enough, there they are! (Camera turns to Dany who is being arrested by police, who tell everyone to go home) And they could've had Sandor kill The Mtn Knights of Nee style (cut off arms and legs, tell him it's just a flesh wound before walking off) or maybe have the police arrest Benihoff and Weiss instead of Dany 7 Hells this show is off the rails.
  8. Cersi easily could've put arrows through Tyrion, Dany, and Grey Worm and had it fit her character arc. What, she can kill Missandei but not the leader of the rival army? I'm not buying it. The hound! F*ck The King is left for dead, "reborn" with the bwb, lives to see the dawn after the battle of winterfell and STILL has a hair across his ass for his brother? not buying it Bronn, the whole scene, his character arc. not buying it.
  9. He going after someone. (from interview with actor who plays NK) “People will see he has a target he wants to kill, and you will find out who that is,” Furdik said. “There’s also that moment [in “Hardhome”] when Jon Snow was on the boat and the Night King looked at him and raised his arms — there’s a similar and even stronger moment between Jon and the Night King this time.” Read more at https://www.comingsoon.net/tv/news/1047763-game-of-thrones-the-night-king-gives-rare-interview#5xYcQtzQvRwjAGbV.99 My theory 1. He's going after Winterfell b/c he wants to continue his battle with Bran the Builder, (who should be dead in the crypts except when the NK is around no one is really dead. I'm not versed in the age of heroes timeline nor the long night timeline. Does that make sense? The NK was defeated by Bran, who is buried in the Winterfell crypts. NK wants simple revenge. No big picture plans or pure evil intentions. He wants a rematch. When the NK comes, he raises the dead and goes to Winterfell. Hence the Stark words.... Winter is Coming
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    Hardhome moment (as told by the NK)

    The fellow who plays the night king Vladimir Furdik, said there is a moment like hardhome, when the NK raises all the dead. I predict the event the NK is referring to will be the NK, raising all the dead lords of Winterfell (including Ned).
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    Interview with VLADIMIR FURDIK (night King)

    he also mentioned that the NK will have a "hardhome" moment. I predict the NK will raise all the lords of Winterfell from their crypts.
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    Interview with VLADIMIR FURDIK (night King)

    In this interview, Vladimir says: "People will see he has a target he wants to kill, and you will find out who that is" Bran? He marked him (S6 E5) then attacked him (HOLD THE DOOR). Bran goes back to Winterfell, NK takes down the wall. I think the NK believes that the 3ER is responsible for his becoming the NK and wants revenge: Interview quote: "Somebody made him the Night King. Nobody knows who he was before — a soldier or part of [nobility]. He never wanted to be the Night King. I think he wants revenge." Your thoughts.....
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 509?

    As Jon is leaving Hardhome, he has the interaction with the NK, raiseshis arms, yadda yadda. He's in the boat (with a hooded rower) and when they pan back to end the scene (3 minutes later) the Boat's gone about 50 feet. Unacceptable! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N3lFie7KNM
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    [Poll] How would you rate episode 510?

    2 weeks in a row where they show a boat scene only to have the overhead shot show the boat has gone about 100 feet. Very weak. In the hardhome scene, the walkers could've waded to Jon's boat and Jamie could've been back on land in 30 seconds to confront the Dornish. Otherwise, I don't have high expectations for television so I rarely get disappointed.