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  1. Great post, and it reminded me of a theory I read once a couple years ago and was blown away by - if you want, I can probably find it. Basically IIRC the theory was that when the human army amassed at Winterfell to battle the Others, they bypassed it and went straight for KL. Dany flies to KL on Drogon and Bran sees that KL will easily fall, so he wargs Drogon and burns it all down, killing all 500,000 citizens before they're added to the undead army making it unbeatable. Bran remembers what Ned told him in the very first chapter - that if you're the one swinging the sword, you look the person in the eye and hear their final words. So he wargs all the people of KL and watches as he kills them, which affects him significantly and makes him forever stoic/distant/etc because he basically becomes a god. Everyone sees Dany on Drogon's back as Bran wargs and nukes KL, so it's assumed that she went Mad Queen and massacred KL. The Others basically are the catalyst for all this to happen...and I think it's sort of brilliant. Slightly more interesting than the way the show did things. In case you want to read it: https://weirwoodleviathan.wordpress.com/2017/09/08/bran-them-all-the-fate-of-kings-landing/
  2. I watched it, and for the sake of the snack cart lady alone you should start a thread!
  3. Gods, the Episode 5 showing "Oh Sh*t!" or whatever, while Dany burned KL had a bunch of D&D literally admitting 180 degree character flips and other bullshit during the episode. Infuriating, but also incriminating.
  4. And giant wings behind her to make her a she-devil nazi! Just so noone forgets DANY=BAD!
  5. Totally agree with this. Having her flip from tendencies of violence w/ enemies, never harms innocents, to suddenly GENOCIDE, BITCHES! is just not the same character. It's the assassination of a character to move the plot along. Having the Grey Worm moment where he began whacking surrendering enemies in the street in a fit of rage, then in the next episode stating it was pre-planned just makes Dany's "flipping" not really spontaneous at all.
  6. That reminds me......... ....isn't Tyrion Lord of Casterly Rock? I feel like that's still a thing.
  7. DROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGGGGGGGGGGGGGOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Burninating all the peoples!!!!!!
  8. And so out of character for noble Jon, who would've prob sat Dany down and told her he was about to kill her and why...not with a covert dagger to the heart while embracing.
  9. The Faceless Men, in the books, are out and about doin' shit....secret shit...in Oldtown and other spots...
  10. There were two...the second was near Davos, methinks. Also, Davos was there because why?
  11. It's funny to not hear more of this connection being made, because it's kind of heavy-handed, especially just after ep 5 where D&D destroyed a character and they obviously want us to correlate Dany with Scary!
  12. 2/10 fuck me that was LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEEEEE. Couple eps ago - "We couldn't afford the excessive CGI of having Jon pet Ghost" Last night they apparently retconned/shoehorned it into the very end - like it wasn;t too expensive anymore? Get fucked.
  13. So he's a deserter, kinda? Because everything is irrelevant so let's just wrap it?
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