Game of Thrones [No Book Spoilers, but filled with TV Series Spoilers!]

Jazzper

Bring back angry react
Staff member
Finally I can talk!

Man I loved that episode. Who cares if it was just a lot of fan service with the dialogue and action. MRPolo13 !!

But still. With an arm like that, why has the NK not thrown his army over the wall.

Also Benjen Ex Machina. I was much more hoping that Rhaegar-The-Dragon was gonna be flying in to save Jon. Then he'd ride the dragon to safety in all his Targareyn glory.
Rhaegal, tyvm
Triggered ppl all around
 

Archbishop

Faith prevail
Retired Staff
"Bring me my brown pants, bring me my brown pants!"

Still not 100% on what that dragon was breathing. Nega-fire?
 

Immerael

The Shadow Admín
Retired Staff
Man...that whole episode everything was go go go. Everything is happening so quickly! Only Littlefinger surprised me but....just damn. That's certainly a good ending.
 

Solus

:eyes:
Staff member
Server Owner
'F' as in finally, or 'F' as in f**k yeah?
F as in: Finally, f**k yeah!
^

Half that, but half paying respects to the character. I'm entertained by the calculative villains who don't get their hands dirty themselves- ie, Baelish and Cersei. So it was a good run (maybe not towards the last two seasons on his part). At least the Starks worked together on this one, and Sansa was his downfall.. woo

Edit:
Looked forward to this part...

Sansa: How do you answer the charges……..Lord Baelish?

Littlefinger:
 
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Cymic_

Better than sliced bread
Mentor
Agreed, I always enjoyed Peytr and expected him to get even further, the whole concept of manipulation to raise his status was a fun thing.

Also, Obi- Bran took JUST a bit too long to tell Jon he's a Targaeryn.
 

Narvendel

Lord of Altera
Am I alone in being disappointed with this season? Sure, there's satisfying parts and a load of fanservice, but it just doesn't feel like GoT anymore. Now it's standard fantasy drama.
 

TyoungBD

Noble of Altera
Legend
Am I alone in being disappointed with this season? Sure, there's satisfying parts and a load of fanservice, but it just doesn't feel like GoT anymore. Now it's standard fantasy drama.
It's crazy to think in season 1 they killed off Ned Stark and Khal Drogo

Are they still as brave?
 
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