Lol Liam 😂 that's how I feel about it all no point bringing anyone back. Just wanted to see more of those still alive!
Would have liked to see Mereen and Daario again but they just left all that
:( Gentleman Jack is good.
On Starz, Outlander is awesome. Netflix has the first 2 seasons.. I've been listening to the books with GOT over and reading Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Daenarys's death was the most painful for me because of Drogon's reaction. He's lost his entire family now. They did a great job expressing that pain thru CGI
Wish we got some info about Daario Nahaaris and Mereen too. After Dany left him there I dont remember any more mention of him really or how the city is doing
That is a great theory - Drogon laying her to rest on a pyre with dragon eggs hatching. We cant say it isnt true cause theres nothing to go against it. For centuries people thought the dragons and eggs were all gone and they were wrong. Who's to say there arent more. We can hope lol
Ahh ok I've stayed offline enough I evaded the plot leak 😂 that makes sense with what ive been saying then. Everyone who was predicting him to kill Dany I kept saying that would go against his word, his honor. But like I said i can see how not killing her could also break his sense of duty to protect the realms. So either way he chose he was breaking his honour one way or another. There was no way around that.
That's where he was torn I think. The battle inside of him to decide which decision is more right than the other . Whether or not to kill this woman that he has loved, the mother of the last dragon.
Jon learned from Ned to keep his word. His word matters. So for him to do this after everything he's said went against his character and thats where the writing was off for him imo. It was a weird mashup of his beliefs. One had to win and one had to lose. His word to Dany and to everyone else with him supporting Dany lost. His belief that he could help Westeros this way won. It was just odd. Maybe that was the point tho. For him to be divided on his word and have to choose.
Everytime he said she's our queen or you're my queen it was done with such reluctance. Yet he still said it over and over.
Yes I agree Caleb I think it was more impulse. Impulse based on doubt that did build up. He doubted for so long it was frustrating. He kept saying he chooses her and she's the queen but goes back on that word. That's why it didnt feel like Jon to me
We all love the show and can have different opinions on what happens that's how the world works. Of course I saw him questioning. A lot. Very early on. Yet he still went with it. Are you saying he had it planned all along? I'm not so sure about that but it did lead up to it definitely
Fleeing the north going south yes. The boy was part of the men who wanted to stop that from happening thus stabbing Jon I know. Dont tell me I'm not paying attention that's rude af
As far as Jon going away.. I think he feels more at home beyond the wall. He's with his family up there