[Spoilers] Game of Thrones (ASOIAF) thread


adventureguy

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Kit Harrington can **** off. He barely does anything. Anyone else will do a better job.
thats the writers fault. he was bought back from dead for christ sake and they made his character boring[DOUBLEPOST=1558339952][/DOUBLEPOST]
Finally the watch has ended :).
IMO the end was satisfying. Atleast they didn't worsen it.
It was meh. bran is the king? after all this? and he actually wanted it? barely 4-5 episodes ago he was saying he's not interesred in being a king?
 

Sobirvs

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It was meh. bran is the king? after all this? and he actually wanted it? barely 4-5 episodes ago he was saying he's not interesred in being a king?

Not interested in being a lord / warden of the north. But this is being a king we are talking about!!! Jon : Aye dun wunt ett. Bran : Let's go b**ches!
 

mach9

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Mixed feelings. But can't help feeling that for the most part, this season sucked. A lot of the plot just boiled over like an overdone egg. Besides what the f*ck exactly happened to Jon's character the whole season? He just did sweet ****all* brooding and mopping around like a lovelorn fool who couldn't get his head around his roots.

Anyways, I'd love to see it remade once the final books are out. Never know
 

adventureguy

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dany dies. 5 mins later, everyone is fine. what happened to that magically appreared dothraki? only thing that stopped them in previous season from raping and killing women and children after death of khal drogo is dany. No mention whatsoever now.

anwyays atleast the franchise has been put to rest before butchering it further. First 5~6 seasons were masterpieces and Im happy we got to see them
 

adventureguy

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https://www.news18.com/news/movies/...-times-to-make-sense-of-the-plot-2148433.html

lol. Its true. Dany spent her whole life fighting against the reputation of her father, sold as bride and raped, conquered cities to liberate the oppressed only to get betrayed a lot, birth dragons, only to lose them fighting for some unknown people who don't appreciate her (looking at you sansa), losing her close friend messendai and then finally getting stabbed by her only lover, who did it to save some unappreciated ****s , who also know dany as tyrant and not as liberator of oppressed. Her whole character arc built throughtout 7 seasons was for nothing
 

rdst_1

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I believe that the act of murdering so many innocents in this last battle was deserving enough to earn the title of a tyrant especially when the bells of surrender had been rung by the commoners.
As for being betrayed by Jon, the writers did give a good enough reason by showing that she wanted to still continue warring and conquer other lands apart from the seven kingdoms.
As for Sansa being ungrateful, one can see that she did not approve of being ruled over by any King, even if it was her own brother. Her reason for that wasn't just distrust for Dany but a general feeling of hate and disgust for the position itself because of what she had endured in her time at the capital and even after that until she reached Winterfell back. So she probably didn't want to trust the chair anymore and wanted to keep her independence whether it was Dany or anyone else sitting on the throne, even if it was his own brother.
 

adventureguy

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I believe that the act of murdering so many innocents in this last battle was deserving enough to earn the title of a tyrant especially when the bells of surrender had been rung by the commoners.
As for being betrayed by Jon, the writers did give a good enough reason by showing that she wanted to still continue warring and conquer other lands apart from the seven kingdoms.
As for Sansa being ungrateful, one can see that she did not approve of being ruled over by any King, even if it was her own brother. Her reason for that wasn't just distrust for Dany but a general feeling of hate and disgust for the position itself because of what she had endured in her time at the capital and even after that until she reached Winterfell back. So she probably didn't want to trust the chair anymore and wanted to keep her independence whether it was Dany or anyone else sitting on the throne, even if it was his own brother.
bells have been rung by Jamie no? not commoners. Her decline can be more believable if done in one season, not one single episode.

sansa just wanted the throne. she hated even jon when he was became king of the north[DOUBLEPOST=1558455146][/DOUBLEPOST]
Most disappointing finales:

1) Lost
2) GoT
3) Dexter
dexter ending was some bullshit lol.
 

paarkhi

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I think Arya has the best role in this season compared to others and a good ending as well
 

adventureguy

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I think Arya has the best role in this season compared to others and a good ending as well
thats another plot point too. Arya says " no one knows whats west of westeros" while bran the eye raven god is literally sitting beside her.
 

vishalrao

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I liked how each of the main characters went their merry ways, perfect set up for story lines for any spinoffs to milk more blind GoT fans.
 

paarkhi

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I would like to see more of Arya and faceless god (assassin related stuff), can't think anything interesting going to happen in Jon snow's life... (beyond the wall with free folks), if there ever is a spinoff
 

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