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  2. azor_ahaiii

    Glad that’s over.

    Whyd you keep watching then? lol
  3. azor_ahaiii

    The Six Kingdoms

    A somewhat democratic society with an all seeing all knowing unwanting wizard robot leading it is the best Westeros is gonna get.
  4. I've heard of flat black paint, and flat red, but you've invented "Flat Pink" Seriously, good catch!
  5. The hairy bear

    Glad that’s over.

    Yeah, the time to put he show out of its misery had come years ago.
  6. Gendarrion

    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    an awful lot will disagree on that, even the ones who hates Dany or their pairing thinks it's inevitable.
  7. Pauld123

    The Six Kingdoms

    Is this what the show is telling us? You cannot break the wheel? Ok there is now a sort of roman democracy but that is a fairly slim form of democracy. Ultimatley there is still a king, the arguments in the Hand's meetings pretty much are the same. Everything is pretty much the same. Dany wanted to break the wheel for all but openly admitted that the only route would be a morally difficult one. But at the end of that journey would be a paradise. Thing is, Jon would rather the unfair system they had with a slight few tweaks than actually take the journey to paradise.
  8. Which Bran are you talking about? Because, as much of the other protagonists of the show, he has been inconsistenly portrayed across all the show. He is not much of a character, but a tapestry of unrelated one-liners.
  9. Well at least this episode gave some validation to the last one. It was a coldly calculated decision by Dany rather than PMT, or going crazy. I guess a lot of depends on what they got from GRRM. I voted a six as I liked a few things. Arya's fate mirroring that of Frodo in that she had seen too much horror so she was sailing west. Liked Jon ending up beyond the wall, hopefully to settle down with a wildling woman. At least they didn't go for the stupidity of him becoming king. It wasn't as bad as it could have been after the rest of the season.
  10. To clarify, he said he lives mostly in the past.
  11. of man and wolf

    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    wtf...who are you buddy? I like what I like. I didnt like the way they went about doing some of the things they did. But I'm fine with other parts. I didnt give it a 10. Get off your elitist high horse. I take the show for what it is and the books for what they are. I dont get wound up about it. If fiction and fantasy hurts you on an emotional level this bad that you cannot take that other people have differing viewpoints on it, I'd get help. Christ.
  12. I recall that being said at one point as well, although I don't remember when it was. However, I get the impression his visions of the future are limited and not necessarily of his choosing, whereas he can see everything past and present.
  13. Heartofice

    International thread 2

    Nope i was referring to use of dogs, and trying to work out when it might be appropriate from the OP. It was a question in order to dissern their position. I wasn’t assuming anything about the kid, because the video gave no information about that.
  14. In my mind, Sansa is a nod to the story's acknowledged debt to the Wars of the Roses as source material for the early Stark v. Lannister storyline. That war ended with the rise of the Tudor dynasty, so a red-headed queen regnant is a tribute to that.
  15. azor_ahaiii

    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    You'll find you're in the minority People pretend like books 4 and 5 are awesome now but just a few years back huge chunks of them were relentlessly shat on. Quentyn and Brienne especially.
  16. Uffington Horse

    Use one word to describe the series finale.

  17. GeorgeIAF

    A time for wolves

    Lady Sansa = Basically Lady being killed like Sansa's innocence and her dreams of being a Lady. Shaggydog = Like it's name, an anticlimatic ending with its resolution meaningless, like how everyone suspected Rickon of being the one to inherit Winterfell, when in fact his role is unimportant. Greywind = Basically Robb's atittude for his duty, all of his decisions are grey, neither good or wrong. Summer = Bran's departure from Winter and from his Stark family whose words are "Winter is coming".
  18. Selere

    Seeing the bigger bigger picture.

    Crows are liars. Don't trust them.
  19. He isnt stuck in the past
  20. Jabar of House Titan

    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    Apparently, you also clearly never gave a shit about a good ending to a good story either.
  21. azor_ahaiii

    "Bittersweet" can't happen in the show

    She went psycho, he'll get over it. He saved the world. I took him looking back at the door closing as meaning he'd be leaving everything South behind and living with the wildlings. Like he said, is there even a Nights Watch anymore? What would they be guarding anyway? The Others are dead and the wildlings are friendly now.
  22. mormont

    International thread 2

    Did you directly accuse him? No. Did you suggest it? Yes. As I said, your main argument from the start - and you admit this - has been to question this kid's innocence. That makes an utter nonsense of your claim to be concerned with the presumption of innocence. More, it suggests that you see that principle as applying only to certain people.
  23. Jabar of House Titan

    Dany CAN (And Shall???) Rise Again!!!

    When exactly did they see it?
  24. Jabar of House Titan

    Discussing Sansa - The Last One: Queen In The North!!!

    None of it makes any sense. The best part of this episode was Sweetrobin somehow managing to look like a gotdam snack while crossing his legs. It'd be a massive turn off with any other man but Lord Arryn did the impossible. I think we should call him the Unsexy...
  25. of man and wolf

    Books vs Show: How much difference?

    If that's your opinion fine. I've got mine. Never gave a shit about Dany anyway.
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