I can infer he survives in the books. There are too many fucking plot lines so someone has to die. Each line barely moves in an entire season as screen time is limited to a few moments every episode. I wonder how they pay such an immense cast.Yeah, it's a thing from the books. I can either spoil it for you or not, your call. The series is starting to diverge, so it might be he really died as most of the media thinks, but I'm not sold.
I can infer he survives in the books. There are too many fucking plot lines so someone has to die. Each line barely moves in an entire season as screen time is limited to a few moments every episode. I wonder how they pay such an immense cast.
Yeah I'm not really sure why. They pretty much already came to the end of Sansa's story line in the books last season/beginning of this season, so I'm guessing they are just trying to find something for her to do, but it totally changes the complexion of what is going on in the north.I see. Interesting they changed such a significant storyline.
Episode was kinda boring. Lots of useless chatter. Too much Sansa bullshit. Uff and that fat guy and his girl, useless. Do we really need that long ass scene with the unsullied? And even blonde hottie queen is starting to get a little tiresome. At least we got some shorty at the end.Alright, we're back! Who's still watching?
Still little in the way of plot development this week and we continue to diverge from the book in mostly subtle ways. I'm more or less ok with what's going on but the change from Griff getting Greyscale to Jonah was odd. Why turn him into a tragic figure?
You didn't like it? The one saving grace is we didn't have an endless battle scene with Stannis. Can't believe they took out John Snow. I thought it was an ok episode. Would have liked to have seen a bit more resolution on some topics, just seems like this slow build to a world war.Fuck that was abysmal