The Night King was your favorite character? He had no personality!
Even if Tyrion is Aerys' son, that would make him a bastard and therefore he would have no claim to the throne.
^Fuck the green eyes theory.
Dany can't have a change of heart, she's consumed by madness and paranoia, just like her father. What she did in the latest episode was irredeemable and there's going to be massive repercussions for it.
Yes, I was entertained. Regardless of what people thought of the episode, there's one thing nobody can call it, and that is "boring".
No, it would have been stupid to put so much time, money and energy into a fake-out.
@Youknownothinjonsnow The reason that Godzillavkk posted that link is because a lot of people are claiming that Dany's madness has come out of nowhere without any build-up, which is complete bullshit. As far back as the first season, we've seen many signs that there is a viciousness within her, and with all that she has gone through (especially in the last couple of seasons), she has finally reached her breaking point.
The Mountain never made a vow of silence, that was a lie on Qyburn's part. The Mountain was a walking corpse, so he was physically incapable of speech.
No, because he's the slowest author on the planet. At an event last year where he had a talk with Stephen King, he said that King writes three books in the time that it takes him to write three chapters:
^Hell, for the most part Westeros is a pretty realistic medieval society. All the supernatural stuff tends to come from either the Free Cities or Beyond the Wall.
@Arwen777 Please don't describe Westeros as "a land of magic and imagination". You make it sound like Care-a-Lot.
I don't think beheading him would kill him, since it has been implied in the books that he no longer has a head.
Considering the last dragons who lived before Dragon, Viserion and Rhaegal were born died out 150 years ago, it's probably impossible to use necromancy to revive them, and even if you could they would be useless.
Yes, but only if you have a strong stomach. This isn't like a lot of other fantasy stories where there are clear lines as to who the heroes and villains are. The characters and the world are very complex and adult in nature and literally every character has a strong likelihood of winding up dead.
Nope. Two more episodes and that's all she wrote.
No. Drogon will die at some point in the last two episodes and that will be the end of dragons once and for all.
Fair enough, humor is subjective.
^It was. Dave clearly wasn't being serious.
^It was a joke.
There is actually a form of contraception in this world, it's called Moon tea:
^That looks bad.