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How was the Night King going to get over the wall?

The Night King was headed for the wall before he acquired Viserion. How did he plan getting over a 700 ft tall wall made of ice, fortified with magic, made specifically to keep him out? Has he been moving toward the wall since we first met him? If not, did the hatching of the dragons signal him.

He's the result of the COTF magic. I understand he's tied to the children, the weirwood trees and he has some sort of greenseeing powers. None of that is related to dragons, plus the dragon were born in Essos. No weirwood trees in Essos.

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I am getting tired of this Stark OK The White Walkers are a big threat but all we get to see is Sansa,Jon, and Arya doing a good guys front..there are other characters too bro(and better)..I really didn't expect myself to hate a house which I used to love,a house which had great characters like Ned and Catelyn..I used to like Jon Snow too as a fitting character but then excess of anything is bad for real quality..You might think its just a teaser but I am seriously doubting if S8 would be able to fulfill its hype..
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Lyanna Stark and the Tower of Joy

1) I was just wondering that if Lyanna was kept at the Tower of Joy in Dorne why weren't the Martell's aware of it. Wouldn't they have tried to help. Also Starfall the seat of House Dayne is not located too far from the Tower of Joy then why didn't Ser Arthur call for help when he certainly had known that a force will come looking for Lyanna, and though it was just 6-7 men Ser Arthur had no idea of knowing their numbers and hence could have been looking even for a force of hundreds. It just seems lack of perspective on the part of Kingsguard to not call backup.
2) And since the Sack of KL had already happened and Elia's children had already been killed then how did Ned manage to get into Dorne through land of all ways. Cause even if a majority of Martell's force was at trident being slain they would have retained some force. Seeing how Oberyn was and his personality wouldn't he have wanted to avenge his sister and kin by slaying Ned. Coz as we all know Oberyn does what he wants in anger.
3) We know that Dorne was also not effective part of the 7 Kingdoms when Robert usurped the throne. And Ned entered Dorne while his allies had killed the princess and her kids. Then he went on to kill the greatest Knight of Dorne Ser Arthur. Even after all this he then went to Starfall to return Dawn while indirectly being the reason of Lady Ashara's suicide from the trauma of Ser Arthur's death. Then he raised Tower graves for the slain Kingsguards and his Bannermen possibly with only Howland Reed with him and then after all this havoc was able to leave Dorne untouched.
4) It is also preciously stated in both the books and the show that the first step of Lord Hand Arryn was to make amends with Dorne who had gone hostile. The deaths of Elia and her children and the loss of the Prince Lewyn Martell and 10000 Dornishmen at the trident. Also additionally the death of Ser Arthur, Ser Oswell Whent and Ser Gerold Hightower at the Tower of Joy, scared Robert so much that never in his reign he set foot in Dorne. And while all this had happened still Ned came and went from Dorne without being harmed.
5) All of this just doesn't make sense if we logically think about it and also consider the classical dornish temprament and also Oberyn of all that matters.
Does anyone seem to follow or at least clear the air of confusion around this?
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Just out of curiosity.Why did they go beyond the wall in order to kidnap a wight?They could wait for someone to die,then they could wait until the dead person to be a wight and kidnap it without any casualties.That’s why in season 1 Jon’s hand got burned.By the way I watched the whole season.
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• 1/17/2019


Do you think Cleganebowl would be satisfying? And, if so, why?

Will it be satisfying?
  • Heck yes.
  • Eh, not really.
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• 1/17/2019

Could this be true!
r/freefolk - [Theory] Do White Walkers only attack First Men?
r/freefolk - [Theory] Do White Walkers only attack First Men? reddit
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• 1/17/2019

The Iron Throne, is it truly iron

Hmm im new to GOT but i do know that iron does not hold a edge very well and 300 years of fine clothing upon the edge would dull any blade. i would say its a form of Valyrian steel.

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• 1/17/2019

A poetic death for Cersei

I've noticed that Game of Thrones characters tend to die in very ironic or poetic ways. And I think I've found just the right kinds of death for Cersei.

1. Strangled by Jaimie. As predicted by the witch, Jaimie will strangle his sister to death, with the help of his metal hand. Cersei is shocked by this betrayal and accuses him her brother of dishonoring the memory of their children. Jaimie tells his mad sister that SHE killed them. She groomed Joffrey into a monster, raised Tommen to be weak willed, and was responsible for Myrcella's death by having Oberyn killed. Jamie then says that he will avenge them now.

2. Poisoned. Maybe as a way of avenging the Sand Snakes, someone puts the poison Cersei used on them, into Cersei's drink. As she dies, the servant reveals herself to be Arya. Saying that Lady, and the Snakes can rest now.

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• 1/16/2019

Little Finger

Do you think Petyr Baelish is dead ??? Since his grandfather belonged from BRAVOS !!
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• 1/15/2019

Admin we Need a countdown clock

Who are the admins for this group? We need a countdown clock to one of the greatest Tv shows ever made on television history.
The great war is here. Winter is here after waiting 9 years.
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• 1/15/2019

Who is the best Lannister apart from Tyrion ?

Who is the best Lannister apart from Tyrion ?
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• 1/14/2019

Lyanna Stark

Lyanna’s page lists her as a princess but I’m not sure this is correct. Typically, women who marry royals keep their maiden names but don’t adopt the title of “Princess”. This is usually reserved for the female members born into the royal family. If Lyanna had any female children they would all be classed as princesses. Since Targaryens traditionally married their siblings, it makes it a little more confusing. Rhaegar’s first wife Elia Martell was already a princess because she herself was born into royalty.

However, it is also within the power of the current monarch to gift them a title (if they wished to). This would have been King Aerys II at that time, and with the events of Robert’s rebellion and the marriage being kept a secret, he was unlikely to have done so.

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• 1/14/2019

GOT teaser !

Game of Thrones | Season 8 | Official Tease: Crypts of Winterfell (HBO)
Game of Thrones | Season 8 | Official Tease: Crypts of Winterfell (HBO) YouTube
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• 1/13/2019

Who do you love the most?

  • Jon
  • Daenerys
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• 1/12/2019
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• 1/10/2019

Abilities Section for Character Pages

Should we add a section in every character page that lists every one of their notable abilities (leader, strategist, combatant, swordsman, archer, diplomat, healer, etc.)? Daenerys and the Night King already have theirs, so why not everyone else?

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• 1/9/2019

Season 8
GAME OF THRONES Season 8 Trailer First Look! ("Winterfell Is Yours")
GAME OF THRONES Season 8 Trailer First Look! ("Winterfell Is Yours") YouTube
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• 1/9/2019
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• 1/8/2019

The Long Night rounds out main cast, adds director

'Game of Thrones' Prequel Adds 8 to Cast
'Game of Thrones' Prequel Adds 8 to Cast TheWrap
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• 1/8/2019


Who else can't wait to se what Ramin has concocted for Season 8!! Comment below

Which Is Your Favourite
  • Needle
  • Spoils of War Part 1&2
  • Fire and Blood
  • Light of The Seven
  • Rains of Castamere
  • Other; Comment Below
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