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9 hours ago, Count Balerion said:

Q. Did the Unsullied get killed by the demon butterflies of Naath??

Jacob Anderson said so in an interview.

Q. Which one of you had the idea to show the pimply cock of the young actor of Izembaro's troupe in Braavos?  What is the hidden meaning of this scene? 
Anyway, somewhere in the USA a writing teacher must be proud... :smug:

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@random girl from westeros

You are meant to answer the prior question in character as D&D before asking your own. :P

On 6/22/2019 at 4:31 AM, Nowy Tends said:

Q. Which one of you had the idea to show the pimply cock of the young actor of Izembaro's troupe in Braavos?  What is the hidden meaning of this scene? 
Anyway, somewhere in the USA a writing teacher must be proud... :smug:

Clearly, male and female nudity are equally titillating and common, and we wished to demonstrate this. Furthermore, the warty penis was clever commentary on how the clean, phallic Needle was increasingly tainted from its primary purpose as an instrument of revenge for Arya, who is an instrument of revenge.

12 minutes ago, random girl from westeros said:

When did Grey Worm get teletransportantion powers?

This was a plausible impossibility that we allowed in order to maximize dramatic satisfaction. Grey Worm is, after all, a commander of the Unsullied, who are skilled infantry.

 

Q: Why was the Night King immune to dragonfire, but vulnerable to weapons forged in dragonfire?

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19 minutes ago, Many-Faced Votary said:

Q: Why was the Night King immune to dragonfire, but vulnerable to weapons forged in dragonfire?

We needed to build this evil being as indestructible as possible. And we wanted to show his defeat in a dramatic way that dragonfire wouldn't allow. 

Q: After Jaime was stabbed several times by Euron, how fast did he run to find Cersei with such heavy plot armor?

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9 hours ago, GoldenGail3 said:

Why did you make Stannis kill shireen?

Because we don’t like him and GRRM told us that Shireen will burn. So we put two and two together.

 

I have a number of questions, but I’ll start simple: how is Daenerys still clothed after flying Drogon through a fireball in “The Bells”, when every other time Daenerys goes through fire she comes out butt-naked? That would have been a sight...

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D: We kinda wanted to show Dany as an empowered woman and nudity sorta undermines it...

D: ...also, we'de get a lotta heat for showing naked Dany *riding* ANYTHING, huhuhuh

D: YYeah! Yeah, yea, heh, hehheh, hehhe, hehheheh

(the crowd goes bananas)

 

Why did you show Tommen's suicide in a way it's bound to be ridiculed for weeks if not months?

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, thi4f said:

D: We kinda wanted to show Dany as an empowered woman and nudity sorta undermines it...

D: ...also, we'de get a lotta heat for showing naked Dany *riding* ANYTHING, huhuhuh

D: YYeah! Yeah, yea, heh, hehheh, hehhe, hehheheh

(the crowd goes bananas)

 

Why did you show Tommen's suicide in a way it's bound to be ridiculed for weeks if not months?

 

 

 

Uh... because we felt King's Landing should live up to its name.

Why did Grey Worm allow Tyrion to speak? He explicitly says "You are not here to speak" and yet allows him to do so.

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19 hours ago, Angel Eyes said:

Uh... because we felt King's Landing should live up to its name.

Why did Grey Worm allow Tyrion to speak? He explicitly says "You are not here to speak" and yet allows him to do so.

Because we forgot what happened 5 seconds ago.

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On 6/19/2020 at 7:16 AM, Ghostlydragon said:

Because we forgot what happened 5 seconds ago.

Not a good practice. 

Why were the Northern Lords (including Sansa) so reluctant to ally with Daenerys in Season 7? At that point they only had one item that would stand a chance against the White Walkers: Longclaw. Talk about dying for pride.

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Just now, Angel Eyes said:

 

Why were the Northern Lords (including Sansa) so reluctant to ally with Daenerys in Season 7? At that point they only had one item that would stand a chance against the White Walkers: Longclaw.

Because the northerners were just the latest people made very stupid by D&D for S7 onwards.

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12 minutes ago, Ghostlydragon said:

Because the northerners were just the latest people made very stupid by D&D for S7 onwards.

In that case they were the first considering it was the season premiere.

Next question: If the Tyrells were so weak militarily, why didn’t Tywin force them to cough up their gold?

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Why did you make Brienne kill Stannis? Why? NO SERIOUSLY WHY? He was the last of Renly’s house! You made them extinct! Bad Brienne, bad.

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5 minutes ago, GoldenGail3 said:

Why did you make Brienne kill Stannis? Why? NO SERIOUSLY WHY? He was the last of Renly’s house! You made them extinct! Bad Brienne, bad.

It was ridiculous. Renly was never a rightful king. How did he qualify as that exactly? By calling his banners first?

 

So D&D. How much of book 4 did you read exactly? The recommended 'best bits' that you can find on any forum?

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On 6/30/2020 at 12:53 PM, Ghostlydragon said:

It was ridiculous. Renly was never a rightful king. How did he qualify as that exactly? By calling his banners first?

 

So D&D. How much of book 4 did you read exactly? The recommended 'best bits' that you can find on any forum?

Add Book 5 into that, considering combining Sansa and Jeyne Poole. So not quite best bits.

Why did nobody use flammables during the Battle at Winterfell? That would have been a great visual, pouring burning oil on the wights and seeing a whole section go up in flames. And not like they didn't have flammables, as shown by the pyres at the beginning of the next episode.

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