Game of Thrones S06E10 Season Finale The Winds of Winter

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  1. markbox

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    I don't believe we have difinitive proof that Daenerys can't have children. Just because a Dothraki witch told her that her chances of having children were the same as the chance that the sun would rise in the west and set in the east (along with a number of other unlikey events) does not mean it is true. What other proof do we have that Daenerys can't have children?

    Also remember that this universe has magic. If the Lord of Light wants Daenerys to have a child then so it shall be. Or perhaps Jorah will show up with a healing elixir that he used to heal himself and he gives it to Daenerys to heal herself. :)
     
  2. goblue97

    goblue97 Welcome Home, Jimmy!

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    I missed the Xerox machine in corner. ;)

    Or, maybe he had it stored on his personal server. :p
     
  3. ct1

    ct1 Well-Known Member TCF Club

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    She and Daario have been going at it a while?
     
  4. wprager

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    We also have no idea of the (Targaryen) customs at the time. Perhaps all he had to do was call in a maester to issue divorce papers and then perform the wedding ceremony, all in one fell swoop.
     
  5. BitbyBlit

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    Many of the episodes this season were barely over 50 minutes. So it already seems like they were spreading things out to get to 10 episodes. If the last 13-15 episodes are as long as this one, it won't be so bad. But if they aren't, then the White Walkers win.
     
  6. wprager

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    He uploaded it to the cloud.
     
  7. Anubys

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    First World people...they have no clue how things work in the "real" world. :p

    As any good bureaucrat will tell you, the King will sign 2 identical documents like that. One given to the person in question and another kept for the official records.
     
  8. zordude

    zordude WDW Fan TCF Club

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    I wouldn't really be surprised at all if the the series ended with the murder of whoever is currently on the Iron Throne.
     
  9. photoshopgrl

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    Sorry I'm late to the thread but I wanted to link you all to this article with Sophie Turner that may shed some light on this debate.
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/game-thrones-finale-sophie-turner-906820
     
  10. wedgecon

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    Only Bran "Three Eyed Raven" Stark can do that!
     
  11. DavidTigerFan

    DavidTigerFan No, not Detroit. TCF Club

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    One thing that I've never been able to understand is the point of all the religions. We know that the "old gods" have an effect in the realm because of Bran being the 3 eyed raven, the weirwoods, and other magical events. And we know that Rhy'llor has power because of Beric Dondarrion and Jon Snow being brought back to life, but what is the point of them? Is GRRM and the show just using them as crutches? Will Jon be the reborn Azor Ahai and have Rhyllor strike down on the undead army? Will Bran and the old gods smack them down?

    So far it just seems that GRRM needed a way for Bran to see in past so he created the weirwoods and he needed a way for Jon to come back to life so he created Rhyllor. Unfortunately, I don't think the show is going to have time to flesh these out any more and they'll be relegated to the crutches they are.
     
  12. kaszeta

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    A lot of archival libraries I've been to still store boors flat since it's better for the book long-term.
     
  13. kaszeta

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    Finally watched this last night (and surprisingly, didn't get spoiled).

    Good episode overall, but to me, a lot of it was telegraphed pretty obviously. Between Tyrion's mention of both the hidden wildfire and its purpose[1] in the last episode, and the scene of Tommen not being allowed to go to the Sept by the Mountain, I figured it was pretty clear the Sept was getting torched. But hey, such a nicely done scene otherwise, I'll let them have that one.

    Similarly, once I saw that the Late Walder Frey was eating alone aside from a server girl, it was pretty obvious that was Arya and he was about to become the Late Late Walder Frey.

    They seem to have rushed the Dorne-Highgarden alliance part.



    [1] Why didn't they tap into that supply back in the Battle of the Blackwater when Tyrion was having them go into overtime in wildfire production?
     
  14. gossamer88

    gossamer88 UHDTV Snob

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    HBO just released this and has Rhaegar connected as Jon's father. So why the whisper then?

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  15. Robin

    Robin Impolite arrogant woman

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    I thought the whisper was Jon's real name.
     
  16. nataylor

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    I thought that, too. And I think his name might be Aegon II.
     
  17. Rob Helmerichs

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    You really think he's over 200 years old?!? ;)
     
  18. Boot

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    Except that she wasn't willing to sleep with him.
     
  19. Shakhari

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    Dany doesn't have to make the same deal with everyone. Dorne and Tyrell will probably be semi-independent, as will the North and the Vale. The Lannisters have to go, though, so she's going to rule King's Landing, the Storm Lands, the River Lands, and Casterly Rock. That is, Dorne and the Tyrells will have the South, the Starks will have the North, someone will have the Vale, and Dany will rule everything in between.
     
  20. nataylor

    nataylor Curiously Strong TCF Club

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    I see now there already was an Aegon II (and III-V). That's a shame. I thought it would be a nice bookend to have a new Aegon unite the Seven Kingdoms into a single Kingdom.
     

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