Share your thoughts before, during and after the series finale of 'Game of Thrones'
It was so bad i want to vomit
I dont want it... but i must accept it. Brandon stark... as protestor of the realm
No GOT ended at season 7 for me even that was sketchy.
Honestly, I'm satisfied with it. It didn't disappoint me like the previous episodes did. I think it's a fitting ending for all the characters and it makes sense if you think about the first seasons. And for everyone who didn't like it, they can't get an ending that everyone's satisfied with and I don't think it's nice to complain about it. I'm sad that more than 1 million people had to sign that stupid campaign which they knew wouldn't change anything and had to disrespect everyone who's worked on this project like this.
Why do we need a Night's Watch if the White Walkers are dead and the 6 kingdoms will live together in peace?
@Travelingmcx - I admit, I did too. That final triage of shots for the three main Stark kids made me feel a bit better about the end because it sort of felt like it wasn’t really the end. They were just heading towards their own stories now. But it did break my heart for Jon, because no matter what any of us think of his arc, he’s seen so much war and death. All because he believed it doing the right thing, thanks to his dad. Who didn’t turn out to be his dad. He’s never known a mother’s love. Loved romantically and lost both times and in really tragic traumatic circumstances each time. And how is he thanked, by being kicked out of the country lol. Especially when not one, but two of his siblings are now monarchs and should be able to issue pardons.
But I say bittersweet cos I think we see how comfortable he’d always been in the North, and maybe that is truly where he belongs.. just like his Direwolf
Here's what I had a problem with
Jon sticking up for dani after she burnt the city down even though they were surrendered
Sure he killed her
Why did drogon burn the chair and not him
Why was John sent to the north if the unsullied were just going to leave?
Putting bran in charge is dumb
They would have to explain the three eyed raven ok otherwise the ppl will just see a kid in a wheelchair as their king
What on earth made sansa think it was ok to shut her uhh uncle down like that
That was wrong
Sansa no kneeling to bran was ok but other than be the only stark in winterfell she had t done anything to earn the title of queen
The starks spent all that time away from each other only to separate like they dont care for each other
Jamie didn't deserve to have a happy ending written in his book he was fully ready to go back to cersi
Arya didnt really do anything after killing th nk
Grey worm and John didnt fight
Why did they spend so much time on slow mo walking
Actually honestly what was the worst was that it didn’t feel like we were watching the same show that we had been watching for the last 7 seasons. It had none of the nuance or strategy in warfare or politics or dialogue or story twists (I could go on and on) or or or or that the previous ones did. And that really sucked :( as a fan of the show and as a fan of the books, because it’s likely that this may be the only closure us book readers ever get.
Forget every negative thing I said about this series. It was all fixed when Jon finally petted Ghost!
But fr I might revisit to give my opinion.
On paper Sansa evolved the most of any character and still retained a Stark moral compass.
Sansa didn’t want more. She only wanted to protect her home. Sansa was willing to do the legwork, get involved with what the people were doing, she knew the macro and micro economics of her people. Sansa fulfilled the real teachings of Ned and Cat, not just the storybook lessons she had been fed. Sansa warned them to rest before going to take kings landing. That shows that she was in touch with the needs of the people. Dany was too greedy. Jon lost his moral compass and followed her. Sansa didn’t scream “I am the Queen.” She acted as a leader, as queen.
Dany wanted to rule people she never knew. We bought into it because we assume Dany would stay humanitarian.
Sansa shows what Cersei could have been if she wasn’t so self centered and sit in her anger about being held back for being a woman. Cersei could have been an Olenna presence, over Tommen but she let her jealousy ruin it. Cersei not only wasnt involved, she didn’t care and used her people as a shield.
Jon made some impulsive decision like battle of the bastards. Jon was paralyzed when Dany was getting crazy. It took him a long time to get his poop together. He could have killed Dany before they left Dragonstone after he was warned by Varys about the Targaryen coin toss and Varys’ execution. Jon could have saved the civilians of kings landing. She made the emotional impulsive decision after the Dothraki were snuffed out. He had plenty of signs but chose not to see them. Did love really blind him? I’m so out of touch with romantic love I can’t tell. Dany could have stayed with the Dothraki or in Astapor or Meereen. What was wrong with ruling Essos?
What do you think?