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  1. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    The council isn't permanent either. Wouldn't be hard to buy votes or threaten people into voting in this universe.
  2. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    This was fixable within the existing plot structure too. Jon makes the decision to kill Dany. Arya hands him the dagger (not a center frame shot, kind of like Olenna Tyrell grabbing a bead from Sansa's necklace when she poisoned Joffrey). Throne room scene happens. Jon stabs Dany and pulls the dagger out. Drogon appears, Jon puts Dany's body on the ground. Drogon stares at Jon, and Jon throws the dagger off the side by the Iron Throne. Drogon melts the throne, and you have a shot of the dagger on fire included. Jon is Azor Ahai. Dany was the Long Night. The dagger is Lightbringer. Done.
  3. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    The respective lords. Tyrion would rule Casterly Rock, Sansa would rule the north, there was a Dornish prince in that council, Gendry would rule the Stormlands, Robin Arryn would rule the Vale, Yara would rule the Iron Islands, Bronn could rule the Reach, and Edmure Tully could rule the Riverlands. You could argue this goes against the ending of the show, that being that Westeros is attempting to be dynasty-proof by making sure the person in charge does not have any children and an heir is selected from the council. I'd argue that most of the evil done in the show was done with great houses competing against each other for more influence on the Iron Throne or due to rebellion against the Iron Throne, so removing the King/Queen all together does just as much.
  4. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    He'd probably like Captain America then.
  5. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    At least if we get nuked we know how it ends.
  6. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    If this was the ending, I would have preferred no king. 7 independent kingdoms.
  7. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    I kept saying there was a Frodo vibe. I'm fine with her leaving, it just felt oddly specific (and also she has ships). I'd have rather had her move away from Westeros than move towards the West, if that makes sense.
  8. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    Or, you know, the Greatest Smugler in History...
  9. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    In interviews he said he knew the ending and it would be different for secondary characters, but largely the same for the main characters. I can't imagine he'd consider Bran a secondary character.
  10. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    right but he is a wildling now not in the nights watch right? The deal Jon made originally was that he'd let the Wildlings across the wall if they fought in the wars to come. He did, and they did, so now they go back to their lands. It was the end of the bargain he made with them as Lord Commander.
  11. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    Ned would have wanted the rightful king on the throne no matter the cost. He absolutely would not be okay with this ending.
  12. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    It at least justifies that weird line of dialogue where he talked about the special chair he made himself.
  13. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    Robert's unjust rebellion was never corrected for, Ned's greatest secret went for nothing, the Iron Throne was a MacGuffin, and the true King who would have been good at it wasn't made king because a prisoner said "hey why not the other guy". What.
  14. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    More than anything I'm just wondering how close this is to GRRM's ending. He told them how he wants it to end, there's no way he didn't.
  15. Game of Thrones - Winter Is Here

    Nah I just use google. But seriously. What.