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  1. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    Did Bran know all the time he is the future king?

    I agree that the prophecy and visions in the books are not what they appear to be at first and will be many of the character's downfalls which will lead to those prophecies and visions coming true through a really less than satisfying way to the people who were meant to fulfill them to begin with but in the show when we are shown this stuff it has been way more face value. In the books Bran can really only see stuff from the Past and Future that has happened in front of the heart trees around westeros. Like seeing Ned cleaning Ice from the first book after killing the deserter. Really can't wait til Howland Reed finally shows up to deliver R+L=J to us.
  2. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    Did Bran know all the time he is the future king?

    Bran's vision was literally shot for shot the scene where the Wildfire explodes and rushes through the corridor in Season 6 Episode 10 towards the Sept of Baelor. lolololol there is nothing to "misinterpret" about it he literally saw the future. (Let's not mention the shot of the Dragon flying over KL turns out to be Drogon about to blow KL to bits with Dany on his back) We didn't see what Melisande saw in the flames only that the Bolton banners would fall and that there would be a great battle in the snow and bboth happened. And Dany's vision was a bit different but her vision and what actually happened both ended with her not sitting on the throne and the throne room destroyed. I'm not defending this show because it has been ass since S5 essentially but I am defending Bran's abilities and him being able to see he would be named King.
  3. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    Did Bran know all the time he is the future king?

    Bran saw Cersei blowing up the Sept back in S6 before it happened so yes he can see the future.
  4. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    [Spoilers] Episode 806 Discussion

    Honestly shocked they remembered to have Jon pet Ghost tbh That Jon-Dany-Drogon scene.....made me feel like I was watching Tommy Wiseau's the Room. I literally burst out laughing when Jon predictably stabbed her and she was limp in his arms. It looked so goofy. Which I'm pretty sure is NOT the reaction I'm suppose to have to that scene.
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    Tyrion's Face was Priceless

    ^^ Oh the hard bitter truth right here.... I guess I shouldn't be surprised that D&D butchered all the characters that are smarter than them. XD
  6. Definitely agree with this. Especially if GRRM is gonna have a Dance of the Dragons 2.0 between Dany and Faegon in the books.
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    Have people given up all hope?

    I knew I wasn't getting the ending I wanted halfway through Season 5. Ramsay's "20 Good men" beating Stannis made me realize D&D don't understand this story, these characters or the world and without GRRM's hand holding will destroy every character and storyline they get their hands on. Which they have done with flying colors turning every character into a caricature of the actor portraying them.
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    Bronn

    With the Tyrells gone who is gonna get Highgarden? Redwynes? I loved Bronn dropping the Lann the Clever reference when Jaime said he'd never get Highgarden because what Bronn says is true. The Lannisters stole Casterly Rock from the Casterlys they weren't great generals or anything like that they were cutthroats/minor lords. If this season does end with Tyrion in some kind of high position I would not be surprised if Bronn does in fact get highgarden. Although part of me doubts they'll put time in this last episode to let that minor plot point come to fruition unless it's in a throwaway line.
  9. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    Who liked sandor's ending.

    I for one had no desire to see Cleganebowl, when it happened I just didn't care and it was already ridiculous that mindless zombie Gregor would even realize who his brother is to begin with. All he should know is what he is commanded, to guard Cersei. I did like the Sandor/Arya final scene, but it was just funny to me that Sandor was telling Arya that she shouldn't be going for revenge when that's exactly what he was doing. Wish they would of both gone through that arc of moving past it.
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    Bronn

    Ehhhh that is debatable. He's done a lot. Not necessarily for Dany or Jon but he has put up with a lot of shit this entire series.
  11. *without plot holes you can fly a dragon through* XD ^^^^THIS How fucking hard is it? Like my god.... D&D: That's tooooo hard we don't have Daddy George holding our hands, who IS the Prince of Dorne? A Dayne? A Santagar? A Dalt? A Uller? Who are these people? Who was the other guy with Arthur at the ToJ we didn't seen that when we skimmed the ToJ page on wikipedia? Who holds Storms End? Eldon Estermont who? We just looked up R+L=J on this site so we could con GRRM into giving us the rights to his story.....anybody wanna rewatch X-Men Origins Wolverine with us? Benioff did WONDERFUL writing the screenplay for that movie right? We can't spend too much time writing these scripts even though we had 2 years as opposed to 1 we got Star Wars to worry about!
  12. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    Mourning Dany

    Honestly. The fact that civilians were coming into the city instead of getting as far away as possible is already illogical asf. If anything they'd all be running to one of the other regions where there won't be a huge battle and fighting. Or at least I would be if I was in their position. They have to know if Dany is coming that she WILL be going straight for KL and not touching the other parts of Westeros. Why would any civilian wanna be anywhere NEAR that battle when a dragon is involved?? The set up of her massacring the innocent made no sense.
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    Rant & Rave without Repercussion: Burn It All Edition

    It seems Euron is secretly a Targaryen, bet it was the 3rd twist GRRM gave D&D
  14. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    Like I stated in the part of the paragraph you left out, she is doing questionable things WHILE she is sane, that does not mean she will stay sane. Aerys is all the proof you need that her "saving slaves" and "currently questioning the things she is doing" does not mean she will stay that way. Trauma changes people in good ways and bad, and the more trauma that mounts the harder it will be on her mentally. She's already capable of doing questionable things, all she needs is more hits to her mind for her to turn those questionable things onto people that do not deserve it. I'll eat my words gladly if this turns out to be untrue in the books but part of me is sure Dany's heel turn here was the 3rd twist that GRRM gave D&D, they just handled it horribly.
  15. Adam_Up_Bxtch

    Protagonist suddenly goes crazy in last chapter of epic

    The fact that she is constantly questioning herself should be all the evidence you need that some of the things she does may seem questionable and possibly terrible to those around her. I will not say that it is 100% proof she is currently mad but saying there is absolutely no evidence that she could turn mad is just not true. I do not think she is mad rn now in the books, but it doesn't mean she won't become mad just because she is currently constantly questioning herself. Sure while she is still mentally sound she will question terrible things she does, but she still does terrible things regardless and there is no reason to say she "won't" go that route after all is said and done. Aerys after all didn't show signs of madness til his later years after many traumatic events happened in his life. And yes many terrible things Dany does do have reasons, but that doesn't make them any less terrible. The whole point is to be better than those who you are punishing and if she continues to make the choice of answering "injustice with justice" in the form of harsh and cruel punishments she won't get anywhere and will be pushed beyond what we and her could possibly imagine when facing other dangerous villains and possibly people we care about once she comes to Westeros. It's all about perspective. "I am the rightful ruler of the seven kingdoms." said by a girl who hasn't been to the Seven Kingdoms since she was born. Who's family was deposed because her father burnt people alive and was a tyrant. Said by a girl who instead of executing her enemies through the sword like most normal people does so through dragon fire for no reason other than fear. Fear vs Love. Why does she "deserve" the throne? How is it her right? All she is doing with this "goal" of taking the throne is bringing more swords and fire and continuing to fan the flames already engulfing Westeros. If she gave a shit about not killing innocents she would of stayed in Slaver's bay to rule what she had and those she had freed. Thinking that attacking the Capital city of Westeros would not end with SOME innocents dying is just ridiculous and people who think this way are romanticizing war instead of seeing the ugly truth. The fact that anyone is "shocked" that bringing dothraki (people who raid, enslave, and pillage in Esso) and a dragon (who's main attack is fire which spreads) to KL will just end with "bells and Cersei stepping out to meet her maker" boggles my mind. In the show it was ridiculous and not properly set up that she would make the choice she made, but i'm not shocked by what transpired with her armies after she made that choice and I will not be shocked if she turns heel like this in the books once she comes to face characters we are invested in as opposed to slavers and savages.
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