He did, but her reaction was almost devoid of feeling. (As opposed to happy/sad/vengeful/etc.)
I agree, the Red Wedding and Ramsay Bolton world of GoT would have given us the “your game means nothing, there is no justice in the world” ending. As soon as I realized the battle with the Night King was episode 3 I realized your first option wasn’t going to happen. Euron on the throne would have been the ultimate… Read more
Didn’t take an oath not to sing though. ;)
I hate that he is ditching Ghost. I almost would rather they just kept ignoring him than give him this stupid sappy farewell with Jon when we haven’t seen them interact in ages. It wasn’t even some kind of “I’m not a Stark, your job is done” kind of speech. (He is part Stark though so that doesn’t even work.) Plus we… Read more
I 100% expected Sansa to say, “shall we pray?” and kneel down in a circle with a bunch of them. (Although I’m not sure which gods they would pray to...)
This is soooo what I predicted!! Although I agree with others, that the show did not make it clear at all if she used a face or just snuck up real stealthy-like. (Also AFAIK no Others died during the battle.)
Yes! Great point!! 🙄
Omg I had not considered Jon’s inflammability until now. (Although didn’t he get burnt when he saved Lord Commander Mormont a lifetime ago?)
Hubby and I were trying to determine if that was the first time Brienne has ever smiled.
Zombie Clegane Bowl!
Right?! When I saw Tyrion randomly walking around the castle I soooo wanted him to end up in the library with Sam. “Hey, whatcha reading?” *hours pass* “Holy crap Sam did you see this?? You can kill a Night King with a bucket of water!”
Why though? What bearing does it have on the battle? Afterwards maybe, if they both survive, but before it just serves as a distraction, IMO.