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christian

Member Since: Tue Aug 01, 2017
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Unstable Molecule

Location: Calgary, AB Canada
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Subj: Don't forget the Wildlings
Posted: Sat May 25, 2019 at 01:27:50 pm EDT (Viewed 77 times)
Reply Subj: Here we go
Posted: Tue May 21, 2019 at 11:36:42 am EDT (Viewed 96 times)


With so many things to criticize about the terrible writing, don't forget the final inconsistency with Jon and the Wildlings. Their whole raison d'etre was reclaiming the land south of the wall that they believed was stolen from them. Jon even promised to help them settle south of the wall. Why would the Wildlings just casually return to the wasteland north of the wall? That doesn't make any sense at all. And there's no need for a Night's Watch. The explanation that there will always be a need for somewhere to stick wayward men is ridiculous. They've got prisons and the military for that. A high school student could have come up with better writing than this.


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    I hate Grey Worm even more now.


I don't hate him at all. He behaved exactly the way Unsullied are supposed to behave. Complete obedience to their Queen. They are the Jem'Hadar of the Game of Thrones universe. The only flaw is the Unsullied and Dothraki not running wild after Danerys was killed.


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    And then Sansa pulls out of the Seven Kingdoms and the other lords don't immediately follow suit?


And here I thought it was unbelievable for Cersei to make it to the throne. Sansa, an even bigger fool than Cersei, is now Queen of the North. Why? Just because she was a rape victim? C'mon. It wasn't even Sansa who outwitted Petyr Baelish. It was Bran who outed him for the two-faced wretch that he was. Sansa has no big move that was hers. Jon should have been King of the North. But your ultimate point about Dorne and the Iron Islands separating is spot on.


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