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Yeah the GoT subreddits pointed it out pretty much right when the episode ended. I think the isolated soundtrack got up on YouTube within an hour.
Yeah, I don't think there's any other way to legitimize someone. But then again, the King in the North doesn't need a noble name apparently (as...
I think there was a point this season where Cersei resigned herself to the fact that the prophecy delivered by the witch in Season 4 was going to...
Correct, Ramsay was legitimized by royal decree, but that was sought by his father from the king. They may or may not have addressed this legality...
I thought only a royal decree could do it.
The music associated with Cersei this episode was nothing short of the best music I've heard in this series. Amazingly well done.
Speaking of which, he took the name King's Landing way too seriously.
I just assumed Jon told her when they met again after the battle and that's why he was put in the kennels.
Tywin said that he could not prove Tyrion wasn't his child, so maybe he is not a Lannister?
It's ok. She has some of the best plot armor ever made.
They did it in the first episode of the first season and the first episode of the fourth season.
Well now he's zombie mountain. And she's so spiteful, all she cared about was beating the Martells.
The most significant part I saw with the Kingsguard is their new armor. Notice the breastplates now have the symbol of the new gods.
Yeah, it's not Valyrian steel, but it is castle-forged steel. It's pretty high quality at even a brief glance and I think that's been pointed out...
Yeah. Also, they had a fight before in the series, during the Tournament of the Hand where the Mountain (played by a different actor) lost a joust...
Bringing it back to the Tower of Joy fight in the show (compared to book stuff):
Yeah, that's the impression I got as well. Whoever choreographed that fight scene did a fantastic job.
If you carefully look at first season, you can see him carrying around this same sword from the fight while in King's Landing. It's what he fought...
I think there's a shot this is all some sort of ruse (Roose, ha) to somehow get Winterfell back. I don't know, but I am holding out some hope.