Re: In Depth Spoilers - First Episode
Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:52 am
I didn't read the thread because I only want to know one thing...are there any new locations in the opening?
the BwoB is led towards Eastwatch by visions the Hound has seen in the fire,
Thank you! I don't want to read in depth spoilers, just want to know the locations in the premiere. So we have Winterfell, The Wall, Kings Landing, Dragonstone, Oldtown, and The NK/WW's? Pretty packed premiere.
I think your reasoning is sound. At least half trolling with legitimization in there too. For all leaked sources, take with a grain of several of salt.Boudica wrote: ↑Tue Jul 11, 2017 11:03 pm1. I also hope it will be heavily revised. Although it still feels like some of that script pages was someone who had access to a lot of information, but they also wanted to troll certain parts of the fanbase. The best way to do something like that, would be to give out some real spoilers and appear legit, while adding other information to get a reaction from certain fanbases. Then again, that is probably just wishful thinking on my part.
Agreed.I think you are 100% right, they are trying to throw us off the scent of Jon becoming the King in the end, it is quite silly and over the top to have Jon kneel in the dragonpit.
I dont think Dany has to die.
I donno about every detail, but I think Dany will maintain her claim once she has a structure of loyal ppl in place in Westeros and then go east to retake the Bay, etc and rule the world, including Westeros. If NK and WW are overcome.After the war against the White Walkers is over, and perhaps Dany have lost all of her dragons by then, I think she might actually leave Westeros, getting the iron throne was Viserys' dream. In the books she always think back to that house with the red door. I think she might find that she doesn't really like Westeros, or she doesn't feel like she actually belongs in Westeros in the end.
She has lived her whole life in Essos, and freeing slaves was her own mission, I could see her continuing with that mission. There is always an emphasis on her being a conqueror and not a ruler. She could even try to create a new Valyrian empire but without slavery this time, then she might become an empress instead of a Queen.
If she just leave Westeros after the White Walkers, Jon would be forced to become the King and claim his Targaryen heritage. Jon has always wanted to be a Stark he will be forced to become Targaryen. Anyway, that is just an idea.
Generally agree here as well5. You summed it up perfectly, better than I could, that is exactly my problem with that scene. It is whitewashing and fanservice to make Arya appear more badass, but still socially acceptable enough at the same time. It would have been much better if these women just actually had minds of their own. It has been established continuously that noble women has their own sort of power. They don't just have to be mindless victims.
6. I agree about Littlefinger Sansa has all of the information to have him executed right now, and the Lords of the Vale wouldn't give a damn. He has enemies everywhere. In the books Tyrion knew that Littlefinger set him up with that dagger on purpose, yet he does nothing about.
Sounds good.Love that Tyrion has so much faith in Jon and Varys is badass.Sam too.Flayed Potatoes wrote: ↑Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:25 amThe same user posted in depth spoilers for episode two.
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