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What happened to the woman that married Tommen?

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You'd still keep them. They'd be valuable in their own right, as well as for making weapons and goods

Not if you were killed by white walkers and effectively left your whole civilisation behind.

Hum, fair point. Did that happen?


It's possible. There were Giants north of the wall, but now they have either fled or been killed. Maybe they have giant chains for their giant needs?

Then I am happy for the chains to remain. Phew!

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What happened to the woman that married Tommen?

She was there when Cersei blew up the nutty religious mob I think.


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She died when Cersei asploded the keep at the end of S6.


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On which note
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I have so many scenarios that would be fun, but I think most important is that everyone is too safe now. There's been no major 'good' character to die since when? Robb Stark?

I'd argue Margaery definitely fits your criteria.


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Can't say I was too fussed when she went really.


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Doctor Glyndwr wrote:
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I have so many scenarios that would be fun, but I think most important is that everyone is too safe now. There's been no major 'good' character to die since when? Robb Stark?

I'd argue Margaery definitely fits your criteria.


I'd go as far as probably, but yes, that was a good bit. But were people as invested as in the Starks/Lannisters or Dany? Hmmmm. Too many utterly bulletproof characters at the moment though either way.

My issue with Jaime killing Cersei is that he still seems too loyal and loving towards her for him to do that. Would be a very swift about face, so she would have to do something monstrous.

I haven't read about Bran being the Night's King, I don't think. I'm sure I read something about him being a Stark though (NK, Bran obviously is).

Bran obviously needs to actually do something rather than just sitting on his arse. Maybe he somehow intercedes in the summit. Maybe he lets slip that Jon is a Targaryan. I dunno.

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My issue with Jaime killing Cersei is that he still seems too loyal and loving towards her for him to do that.

And she's carrying their next sprog.

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Just read the theory.

It is persuasive, but I think they might have made more of it if it was true. But they can happily throw it in last minute. Would take some chunky exposition though to add in the parts that make it make sense.

Maybe the ending is almost that, but a tiny bit different. Bran intentionally wargs into the NK at the crucial time to allow Jon to kill him, which kills them both. So Jon does kill Bran, but it saves the world, and it was a sacrifice that Bran made.

I dunno.

Did everyone see that Jon's sword actually winked in the show this week? When the focus was on it as he climbed out of the ice, the pale eye actually had a pupil or similar for a second. That's interesting.

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My issue with Jaime killing Cersei is that he still seems too loyal and loving towards her for him to do that.

And she's carrying their next sprog.


Yeah, but she's probably lying to keep him loyal.

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I get confused between who the not main characters are. I knew Eyepatch and Drinky were part of the cult that The Hound ended up with, but couldn't remember who, what or why they were doing stuff. I wasn't sure who died or if it was important.

They recap the main character traits enough, man. Thoros (drinky) was a priest of Rhollor (like the Red Witch) who has frequently resurrected Beric (Eyepatch). They have spent a while killing Lannister thugs in the Riverlands, in a round about way on orders from Ned Stark when he was Hand Of The King in S1.

So... now you know.


Yeah, that was ages ago. Was Mrs Ned Not Dead with them at some point?

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Curiosity wrote:

Did everyone see that Jon's sword actually winked in the show this week? When the focus was on it as he climbed out of the ice, the pale eye actually had a pupil or similar for a second. That's interesting.


Nah, it's just a reflection or water falling on it. A winking sword is just daft.


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Did everyone see that Jon's sword actually winked in the show this week? When the focus was on it as he climbed out of the ice, the pale eye actually had a pupil or similar for a second. That's interesting.


Nah, it's just a reflection or water falling on it. A winking sword is just daft.


Not winking maybe but some indication of life or a link to Mr Snuh.

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Curiosity wrote:
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Did everyone see that Jon's sword actually winked in the show this week? When the focus was on it as he climbed out of the ice, the pale eye actually had a pupil or similar for a second. That's interesting.


Nah, it's just a reflection or water falling on it. A winking sword is just daft.


Not winking maybe but some indication of life or a link to Mr Snuh.


There's no such thing in GoT. There's no animate objects like its Beauty & The Beast and you can't warg into an object. It's just a bit of water on the pommel, init.


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Apparently it might be that the jewel that serves as the eye goes through the whole hilt, so what you see is actually Jon's arm or glove reflected, and they made it look like an eye in a symbolic way rather than the sword being anything special.

But I want a magic sword!

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I've seen Rose Leslie three times today.

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I've seen Rose Leslie three times today.

Did you stare at her Adam's apple?

I try not to stare. Why should I stare at her Adam's apple?

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I've seen Rose Leslie three times today.

Does she live near you? Didn't you say you'd seen Kit Harrington in your local?


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Doctor Glyndwr wrote:
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I've seen Rose Leslie three times today.

Does she live near you? Didn't you say you'd seen Kit Harrington in your local?


I thought I saw him in my local. He was in Saltaire (and there are reports and photos of him and Luv Tyler in the restaurant i hate) at the time filming guy fawkes.

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I used to live upstairs from Benjen Stark. He used play Chasing Cars really loud, over and over.


He should have been playing "I have a horse outside" tbf.

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Doctor Glyndwr wrote:
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I've seen Rose Leslie three times today.

Does she live near you? Didn't you say you'd seen Kit Harrington in your local?


Well, I think she lives with Kit, who lives on Northchurch Rd, which is about 150 yards from me. My local, The De Beauvoir Arms is on the corner of Northchurch Rd and Southgate Rd. Saw her this morning in my local coffee shop, then twice at lunchtime as I was eating lunch with Carys at the DBA. I see them semi regularly in the 'hood, dependent on their filming schedules I suppose.

Alfie Allen lives nearby as well and I've seen Gwendoline Christie a couple of times, though she was with Simon Callow. Carys used to work in the pub and saw quite a few actors and served Kit and Rose many times.

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Oooooooh!! When is the next series out?

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That was goooood.

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So, until Sam turned up to tell Bran about the marriage, Bran had just been excited to tell John he was a different kind of bastard?


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So, until Sam turned up to tell Bran about the marriage, Bran had just been excited to tell John he was a different kind of bastard?
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Also that Ned didn't cheat on his wife, which given Ned's unparalleled reputation for honour would probably come as some relief.

Of course, that was also a massive tell that Jon wasn't Ned's son, I think I've been saying that since S2 or so. And that in turn leads to the conclusion that Jon's real parentage must be secret and important as otherwise Ned wouldn't have lied to Catelyn and said Jon was his.


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It was all super great.

Apart from the fact that I do wish they'd find other way to express pledging an allegiance or accepting as ruler a chosen monarch. The phrase 'bend the knee' has really started to grate through its overuse.

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So...

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Are Beric and Tormund dead?

Coz they were on the wall and it fell down, but it was never really shown for sure. Plus it would be a really stupid way of killing Beric given how he's been resurrected so many times to give his life for a higher purpose.

Maybe they were on the side that stayed up.

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Also, where the fuck was Gendry?

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Favourite bit

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Baylish getting his long-deserved "WTF?" moment. I sort of guessed/hoped it was coming but it was still delicious when it came.

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Baylish getting his long-deserved "WTF?" moment. I sort of guessed/hoped it was coming but it was still delicious when it came.

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Loved it, especially how the scene before made it appear that he'd turned Sansa against Arya. "Slit 'im! SLIT 'IM!! :DD

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A lot more covered in this season and a much faster pace as a result.

Looking at the books online it would appear the last couple of seasons have been taking plot from the unreleased book The Winds of Winter?

Also see he has another one planned after this one called A Dream of Spring

Wonder if HBO are running out of plot to do any more after S8?


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I can't help feel that the tensions between the stark girls and all the face wearing shenanigans that Arya sort of threatened Sansa was contrived and poorly executed, notwithstanding Littlefinger's actual execution which was great. It's classic bait & switch but in previous seasons similar twists felt more natural.

Now give us another fookin book GRRM because 2018 is a sodding long way away. Mind you, I think it's interesting that films are made with inflated budgets over several years and often don't look as good as GoT does, yet we expect GoT to produce the equivalent of some 5 films in 12 months without fail. I've got to applaud the effort that goes into satiating my GoT needs.


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A lot more covered in this season and a much faster pace as a result.

Looking at the books online it would appear the last couple of seasons have been taking plot from the unreleased book The Winds of Winter?

Also see he has another one planned after this one called A Dream of Spring

Wonder if HBO are running out of plot to do any more after S8?


Uh, the next season is the last one. That's when it has been planned to end for ages.

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think of all the sneaky sneaking Arya could do with Littlefinger's face. If she can get hold of (hold on, I'm going to actually try to remember a name here...) Varys'(?) face shed be able to undo any plot

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What's the deal with the faces? Is she going round peeling her victims' actual faces off or are they clever magical masks or something.


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One of the trees is wearing Sansa's face.

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A little from column A, a little from column B, I think. Considering they let her assume the physical build of Walder Frey there's got to be more than a little magic involved.

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What's the deal with the faces? Is she going round peeling her victims' actual faces off or are they clever magical masks or something.

I think she has the physical things as Sansa saw one, but I think she's also put some kind of other powers to use to hypnotise the onlooker. That might be close to what Craster said, but she has definite masks. And powers.

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Maybe it's just Jim Carrey wearing an Arya mask. Aaahhh. Now it all makes sense.

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Maybe it's just Jim Carrey wearing an Arya mask. Aaahhh. Now it all makes sense.


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Danny T gets up the stick and then it'll be the Bitches of Eastwatch as her and Cersei smash it out as the wall crumbles around them because who wouldn't want to see 2 preggos fight?

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