Game of Thrones Final Season Discussion Thread

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  • Tue, Apr 16, 2019 8:06 AM
    posted by bigorangebuck22

    One of producers said that only a targ can ride/fly a dragon. If that's the case why not save the dragon riding as a test for Dany to give Jon? Instead we got an Avatar sequence that ended with Dany saying nearly the same line that Ygritte said in season 3.

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    Tue, Apr 16, 2019 8:52 AM
    posted by bigorangebuck22

    One of producers said that only a targ can ride/fly a dragon. If that's the case why not save the dragon riding as a test for Dany to give Jon? Instead we got an Avatar sequence that ended with Dany saying nearly the same line that Ygritte said in season 3.

    Yeah, agreed. Also, where the hell is Ghost, Jon's direwolf? If Dany is showing off the dragons, wouldn't Jon also say, hey here is my bad ass direwolf? 

    Tue, Apr 16, 2019 12:13 PM
    posted by ptown_trojans_1

    Yeah, agreed. Also, where the hell is Ghost, Jon's direwolf? If Dany is showing off the dragons, wouldn't Jon also say, hey here is my bad ass direwolf? 

    Yeah, but Ghost might end-up being a snack...

    Tue, Apr 16, 2019 12:15 PM
    posted by gut

    Yeah, but Ghost might end-up being a snack...

    She did say her dragons eat what they want. And direwolves haven't had the best rate of survival this show AND it has been a couple years since one has been offed and there are only Ghost and Nymeria left, so yeah, I'd be keeping mine the hell away from any dragons!

    Sun, Apr 21, 2019 11:40 PM

    2 episodes of moving things along... only 4 left.  Shit better hit the fan next week.

    Mon, Apr 22, 2019 1:24 AM

    Well, as we expected, the set up for next week is complete. And damn it looks like it was worth it.

    Mon, Apr 22, 2019 6:41 AM

    Lots of good dialogue in last night's episode.  I'm hoping that Dany becomes the villain, and Jon takes her out.

    Mon, Apr 22, 2019 4:36 PM

    I loved this episode. Going to be very exciting to see how it all plays out. Didn’t see the night king with the army at the end. I wonder if the whole army is there or if some are heading somewhere else like Kings Landing. Lots of soldiers for the army of the dead there. 

    Mon, Apr 22, 2019 7:39 PM

    One of my favorite episodes in the category of "episodes with no action"

    The dialogue was so good, and I laughed out loud several time. I cannot wait for next week

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 7:07 AM

    So, who will die next episode? I have a feeling Brienne and Jamie will die fighting together. Jamie might make it but I don't think Brienne will. I could also see some shit going down in the crypts where Sam, Tyrion and some others die fighting to give Dany and the rest of them time to get away.

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 10:32 AM
    posted by Rotinaj

    So, who will die next episode? I have a feeling Brienne and Jamie will die fighting together. Jamie might make it but I don't think Brienne will. I could also see some shit going down in the crypts where Sam, Tyrion and some others die fighting to give Dany and the rest of them time to get away.

    Brienne, Beric, Theon, Grey Worm, Jorah, Tormund, Lyanna, girl who talked to Davos all gonna die.

    Jaime, Gendry, Arya, Ghost, Hound I wouldn’t be surprised to see any of them go either. All those storylines kind of had a finishing touch last episode. Arya not completely wrapped up though. 

     

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 10:48 AM

    I don't see Arya dying.  Too much emphasis on her list to just off her in the battle.  I don't see a girl dying until the list is complete.

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 10:54 AM

    I think Tormund makes it out.

    My only prediction for definite death next week is Sam. 

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 11:47 AM

    Jorah will survive the episode. There is a reason he is now wielding a sword named "Heartsbane" and it's not to sacrifice himself for his cousin who will up past her bedtime.

    Alys Karstark, Yohn Royce,  Dolorous Edd,  Lyanna Mormont, Tormund, Beric, Grey Worm, Missandie, Theon, Pod, Ghost and Sam are goners imo. And either Davos or Varys. 

     And I think there will be a big shocker that sends the fandom into a frenzy....

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    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 12:02 PM
    posted by bigorangebuck22

    Jorah will survive the episode. There is a reason he is now wielding a sword named "Heartsbane" and it's not to sacrifice himself for his cousin who will up past her bedtime.

    Alys Karstark, Yohn Royce,  Dolorous Edd,  Lyanna Mormont, Tormund, Beric, Grey Worm, Missandie, Theon, Pod, Ghost and Sam are goners imo. And either Davos or Varys. 

     And I think there will be a big shocker that sends the fandom into a frenzy....

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    Sansa dying would make me so happy.  

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 1:18 PM

    I can think of quite a few things for Sansa to do, that would make me very happy.

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 2:31 PM
    posted by Automatik

    I think Tormund makes it out.

    My only prediction for definite death next week is Sam. 

    Interesting. I think Tormund is the most likely casualty. Of course, in an episode that is going have around 10 major deaths, maybe most likely doesn’t matter.

     

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 2:56 PM

    I loved Sunday's episode. I thought it was a good farewell to a number of folks. It was also classic Thrones of great people talking in rooms. 

    I agree we are going to lose a lot of people, no one would be a shock to me. 

    My money is on the following people to not make it: Greyworm, Theon, Beric, Brienne, Jorah, Davos, and Tormund. 

    I think Sam has to live as he is the story teller. I also think there will be a twist in that someone will appear to die, but something magical will happen to either transform them or bring them back to life. 

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 3:29 PM

    Overall, I liked the episode, but I think I'll appreciate it and last week's more whenever I re-watch it. Been a long wait for the final season, so having the first two episodes of a six-episode season be the shortest two and basically do nothing other than have various characters talk with each other while nothing major happened and the most impactful death was of a minor lord who was in maybe 1-2 episodes for a brief moment or two in S7. I mean, this week was basically last week, but 100% at Winterfall with Jaime and (to a lesser extent) Theon added to the conversations.

    But it did succeed in getting people to wonder just how many people will die next week, as a lot of characters had those "closure" moments and speeches to where, even if tropes say they logically should live, it wouldn't be surprising to see them die. Like, logically, you'd have Jaime end with confronting Cersei or Theon with Euron or the Hound with Undead Gregor, but the last episode did a good job of potentially being a send-off for any of those guys.

    Tue, Apr 23, 2019 7:56 PM

    Yeah, the Hounds still has to face the Mountain.  Cleganebowl is yet to happen...

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