Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by airik625, Mar 9, 2016.
I am all here for Bran is the Night King though.
I have nothing other than gut feeling on this but I don’t think they kill both Jon and Dany...I think one of them lives to raise their kid and rule as King/Queen.
I’m betting on Jon
I'm super excited to start a rewatch of this, it's been years since I have seen the first few seasons.
My wife and I just finished the sixth season of our rewatch. This is our third I believe. Anyhow, we are giddy to watch the seventh season again.
I don't think there will be a throne when it's all said and done.
I'm guessing there will be a fair amount of "predictable" endings that come about (simply because every possible ending has been theorized online at this point) but then there will be a couple of crazy twists that no one thought would happen.
My main guess is that Daenerys sacrifices herself to help Jon win the war somehow. I see her (and maybe Jon) making it all the way to the finale but probably dying then.
Lightbringer has been brought up too much to be nothing. With Dany being pregnant though, I'm thinking Bran will be the sacrifice. Bran is the Night King. I lose my shit when Dany dies in childbirth and Jon gets the throne he never god damn wanted or worked for.
Yeah out of all the “main characters” Jon was always the least likely to rise to power, as he wasn’t of noble birth and didn’t have any sort of claim, and i think GRRM has said countless times that this story was supposed to be about not the people you expect to be the “hero” of the story to be the hero.
Idk if they’ll go Jon stabbing Dany in the heart with longclaw to make lightbringer though. I’m not sure if they set us up enough for that or not, for the non-book readers/casual viewers
Jon is literally the exact definition of who you expect to be the hero.
Through 5 books and what we know now, yeah, but at the start of the story it wasn’t the typical fantasy trope of Ned being the hero or his oldest legitimate son triumphantly avenging him or etc. He wouldn’t be the one expected to rise to power and become king and etc. GRRM said in a lot of interviews that he was trying to avoid that type of thing that was all over fantasy when he started the series
that may fly in the books but in the show he's too hot not to be important
I just got a copy of Fire and Blood 6 days early...woooooo!
this show is too hard to binge watch
I think I watched 5 seasons in 1.5 weeks.
Is there still an ASOIAF thread? I wanna talk about some of the lore/history in Fire and Blood but wasn’t sure if it really fit here
I love bingeing this show
I don’t even care if it sucks, this bottle is amazing.
Calling these now:
-Jon survives. He already died once so it would be strange having that dramatic moment all over again
-Cersei dies. Don’t know how but she will. She’s been way too reckless since Joffrey died.
-One of the three surviving Stark kids dies
-Cleganebowl happens, both die
Things I’m not calling but more likely than not:
-Tyrion, Brienne, and Davos: at least two of them die sacrificing themselves at some point
-Bran goes OP and kills the main white walkers or saves the day somehow idk
-Dany survives but loses all her dragons
I find your lack of Podrick Payne disturbing
Pod becomes king
START THE DAMN JOUST BEFORE I PISS MESELF
Also I finished Fire and Blood yesterday...it's pretty damn good. I mean, it depends on how interested you are in the WOIAF and the Targaryens, because there are a few spots in the book where I felt a little bogged down and bored, but it's def a cool little history.
PSA: If you watch one episode every other day starting this Saturday (November 24), you will finish all seven seasons the day before the first Sunday of April. This is my plan for my rewatch, so I thought I would share.
long shot--anyone have a link to the tweet with the video where they took the video of the high sparrow arresting cersei and put fergie's london bridge "OH SNAP" over it?
Also, it was cool to read about the Dance, but I'm actually much more excited to read about the Blackfyre Rebellion, The Tragedy at Summerhall, and Bloodraven.