Arya encounters someone from her past. Oh well, it happened, but at least it made sense and the story was well written. But next season everyone is going to be in the dark and not really have a freaking clue to what is going to happen. Whether you like it or not. Daenerys, Tyrion, Missandei and Grey Worm meet with the masters. And then I read people just ripping it apart for no reason. Many, many even Targs died trying to tame their potential dragon.
But we still have lots of unanswered questions. Weak writing and the theme was a downer. I think Jon will simply be injured and he will recover by conventional means. There was a way around that, she could have convinced him after the fact that is was something that needed to be done so he eventually forgives her. Jon and Qhorin are taken prisoner by the wildlings. He should have at least captured Yara and confirmed her father was dead before being able to justify it to himself.
Just one would be all it would take…. The systematic rape and murder of most everyone he comes across when he has no reason to makes him a true monster. Then again, maybe he is indeed a selfish, narcissistic asshole. I also feel as though there needs to be seperation between Stannis and Melisandre as she needs to go to the wall so his stopping the sacrifice wold cause a pretty major wedge between them. The actors this season-across the board-have been exceptional.
You read the things he says in that sample chapter, and to me, it clicks as a red herring. This sacrifice will not work and he will be devastated it was all for nothing. You could just think to yourself, Drogon burned and tore apart a lot of them, maybe they ran, maybe they were to scared to do anything the few that threw spears at Drogon, Drogon ate. Do you think that Reddit is bitter and mean? That episode may also show Dany and Drogon in the Dothraki sea. Catelyn visits Renly to try and persuade him to join Robb in the war.
Both depictions were game for it. But now that they are butchering one of my favorite characters for shock value, I feel kind of sad. It drives me absolutely insane that every speculation about this event until these spoilers apparently leaked first I heard of it was in agreement with me that obviously Stannis would not burn his daughter willingly. Her cable provider uploads the episodes a day early on demand. Her and Davos are the only really good and likeable people on Team Dragonstone, and having to see her die like this by her own parents no less is a bitter pill to swallow.
Because if not, Davos presence at Wall make suddenly even more sense. Tyrion even picks up +10 for a Harpy kill, and I'm going to give a mere +30 to The Unsullied, because I swear I think I saw them actually kill maybe three bad guys? That said, having dismissed my initial reaction I am beginning to see the narrative worth to this change. My heart aches, and I will see Stannis burn. Would it be more resonable for him to adopt Gendry??? Yea, you can rationalize the decision all you want but the show chose to concoct the entire situation. Mace visits the Iron Bank. Not going to pretend to quit watching the show like others will. In still others, she sacrifices herself willingly, heroically, and nobly for the greater good.
My apologies for calling Renly a thive. His willingness to do so was enough to impress Jehovah. All the signs were there, stretching all the way back to what Mel told Stannis in the finale of Season 2. So Arya will know where he will be and a way to get to him. Have yet to see him express any sort of emotion towards anyone. On a sidenote, does anyone find this leak pretty weird? Well in the books, Ellaria was never the mother of Tyene, Nym, or Obara.
? Also the first seasons made it clear that stannis is not fond of his daughter at all. Does that make him a monster? He was not in the slightest bit interested in eating anyone. The very first time we saw Stannis and Melisandre they were sacrificing people on the beaches of Dragonstone. Meanwhile, Arya runs into someone from her past when Mace Tyrell arrives in Braavos to visit the Iron Bank; Stannis faces a difficult decision after a surprise attack; and Daenerys oversees a resumption of an ancient tradition. If you are going to flagrantly insult people, at least back it up.