Ampris Posted April 5, 2013 Share Posted April 5, 2013 @Tadco26:You know that they can't save money from a last season? you have a budget per season. If you don't use it all. You're not going to get what's left for next season. And yes they could handle it better. Maybe it was better to have cut when Sam saw the wights. And wait when Jon visited the fist next episode. We think they're all dead. Than we see that sam lives. But they need to write something.Personally I liked the way that they didn't show the battle. That way it remains a mystery how they fight, and it will be more epic once the real battle with the white walkers occure. And for not showing that there was a battle. People have blood over their face, and I liked it that you don't see the body's before Jon's chapter. If they had shown the battle, people would be moaning about that scene, because "we already know, there was a battle, people died."Did you watch the same episode, because as far as I heard, Mormont stated there was a big battle, and that most had died. As far as I know he isn't a liar. I think it's a beautiful thing we didn't had the battle. Now the Mystery remains. and showing the battle, would also made some thing worse, like when we have the big battle at the end of the series, we would have had, already saw that on screen boring.But why not be happy, that they saved money for more important things? like the RW that doesn't have a second run in the show. A battle with the others we have.I watched twice and I don't remember Mormont saying ANYTHING about a battle. All I remember is him asking Sam about the ravens and saying they needed to warn the Wall before everyone they've ever known is dead. Anyone else remember Mormont talking about a battle? HBO is still replaying it so maybe I'll go DVR it again and rewatch. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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