Ghost wind Posted June 4, 2014 Share Posted June 4, 2014 Sometimes? Ha. I would say it's the reverse. "Sometimes" GRRM has some logic fails or unrealistic levels of plot armour, etc. The show, when they are doing their own plotting almost always has logic fails. From this season only we have Asha's plan, Locke's plan, Sam's plan for Gilly, and Arya and the Mountain at the Vale gate, none of which make any sense whatsover. Only the rarest case do they make an improvement, such as when Jamie goes to Tywin to plead for Tyrion and he uses the situation to get what he wants, Jamie out of the KG. Yeah they do a lot of logic fails, but really they are only evident for us book readers because we already know all the characters and their stories. Most of the unsullied won't remember the name of every character or every single detail about their lives so they prefer having a graphic scene or simplifying the plot rather than connecting everything logically. For example, a friend of mine (unsullied) couldn't remember Stannis' name and he is an important character so imagine some minor one. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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