Razha Posted April 29, 2019 Share Posted April 29, 2019 (edited) Unfortunately D&D have long proven to have the mentality of the stereotypical Hollywood producers - underestimating the intelligence of the audience and going for clichés and fan service. They always value the momentary gratification of the casual viewers far more than having a cohesive story arks and the sound mythology. Just like with Beyond the Wall episode when they believed that the visual impact of the action would make people ignore the stupidity of the mission and all the plot holes. Arya doing something mega-bad-ass is wonderful and I am all for it, but having her kill the NK undermined all the Azor Ahai, PTWP stories, the entire Rhaegar and Lyanna drama, even Bran's story. Because, let’s be honest - on the show, the only important thing Bran learned from his trip beyond the wall was R+L=J - and this now has absolutely no relevance for the White walkers story. Did Hodor die for this? Edited April 29, 2019 by Razha Pearly and greel 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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