LOL Don't get me started on D&D. Jmr012. LOLLLL I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for the characters, crew, seasons 1 -5, but after that.... when D&D lost their source material from George, they went all fan boy and just threw the essence of the show away.
Freaky Ass Smile Lord: The only difference is, I think Arya will kill GreyWorm (she has the skills to) and Jon kills Dany... which kills him and makes him just take the Watch again, leaving Bran or Sansa on the Throne. D and D have two endings, one with bran on the throne and one with Sansa... either are stupid as hell LMAOOO
What are you still doing here, QueenBuffy? 2 hrs ago you said you didn't care anymore!
I've been admin and burearcrat here for over 8 years. I will continue to work here until the prequel series come out. Just because D&D jacked stuff up, I won't let that ruin all the rest of the show, cast, crew, etc that put in their best work.
I came across a very eloquent response on Twitter to a rant concerning the latest Star Wars movie. I wish I had saved it, but is was something like: Just because the story doesn't unfold as in your nerdy wet dreams, it doesn't mean it's a bad story.
Jon will kill grey worm for boy honoring the cease fire, Dany will try to dragon burn Tyrion for treason but he won’t burn cus he’s a Tygaryen so he survives and kills her because she’s mad and he becomes the queen slayer and it still married to Sansa who becomes queen and will rule over KL with him. Jon goes back north to the wall and is reunited with Ghost! Arya and Brianna become the best Kings guards the Realm has ever seen. Cuz women are awesome!
I need the episode 5 from s8 can you send it to me in whatspp or give me alink for it
I think Jaime and Cercie are still alive. She still needs her comeuppance. Jaime's going to protect her, but Arya's going to finish her. Jon Snow has to kill Mad Queen Dany. Then he'll go to the north with the Wildlings. Bran is the Night King messing with his own history and everyone else's. Tyrion and Sansa will continue to be married and they'll win the Iron Throne.
In the end we will learn that this entire series has been nothing more than a protracted nightmare in our hero's mind. He finally realizes that he is only dreaming and decides that it is pointless to continue with this reverie, so he rushes through the last bit skipping over most of the important points. He briefly wakes, only to discover that he is still full of arrows -- that part *wasn't* a dream. Boromir dies, and we never do find out what happened to that damn ring.
What do you think?