Huh, well Drogon is Red eyes Black dragon
IT'S TIME TO DDDDDUEL
Blue Eyes Wight Dragon
But what does pot of greed do?
[Everything] Emilia Clarke in tonights episode.
While everyone argues about the speed of ravens and which Home Depot the WW's forged their steel in, I wanted to take a moment to congratulate Emilia for her fucking great performance tonight.
She's gotten a lot of shit over the years, mainly due to the writing of her character which, lets face it, has been less than stellar for these past few seasons. Her scene tonight was absolutely heartbreaking, and quite possible one of my favorite acting moments I've seen in 7 seasons. The pain on her face as she watches Viserion die...you see the evaporation of her armor and her sense of invulnerability in that moment. And when she began to break down, and tell Jon that she was barren...you really got to see her a different light, an actual mother, instead of just referring to herself as one. Just brilliant.
"I hope I deserve it." This has to be one of the best delivered, most touching lines of the entire series. Emilia Clarke was incredible in this episode. So was Kit Harrington.
Great line. Dany went from "I was born to rule the Seven Kingdoms" to "I hope I deserve it." Shows how far her character developed this season.
Kit and Emilia have an insane chemistry. Seriously wasn't expecting to enjoy Jon and Dany's relationship, but I'm sold. Great performances from both of them.
Her outfit when she was up north was amazing.
When she was on Drogon and realized one of her babies was killed --- her eyes almost looked purple in that scene.
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PROTECT YOUR HEALER YOU IDIOTS THIS IS THE WORST RAID PARTY EVER
Benjen Stark has entered the game
Benjen Stark has left the game
The Hound Survived and He's going to Kings Landing..
YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS
"I could even become you."
Holy fuck, Arya.CHILL.
Dr Branhanttan is making more sense, he became the sole enemy to unite rival nations.
Damn, Jaime and Cersei should really not have had sex in that tower.
But I mean that just seems like common attire. Even the white walkers in the background are wearing the same thing.
I'd ignored this theory and dismissed it as silly, but now I'm considering it.
Edit:. Wife found this after talking to her about it. I'm not 100% sold, but this theory is not as stupid as I originally thought it was.
And what did Arya want Sansa to do, exactly? Arya was insane in this episode
Nothing Arya has said or done has really made much sense this season
And what did Arya want Sansa to do, exactly?
Same thing Sansa fans have been saying for 20 years now. The fandom always seemed to hate Sansa for not fighting back like Arya would have -- as if they would have preferred her to die fighting instead of allowing the Lannisters to use her. Sansa was 100% right, Arya would not have survived in her place. Arya would have stood up to Cersei, and she would have been killed for it.
Please, Arya didn't even stand up to Tywin
He's that average player on the team but with the best equipment.
Also helps that he has had that co-op friend who always revives him
The lad has a lovely voice
EDIT: Lord of Lightsaber
EDIT: Let this sink in. This is a TV show and it looks better than most big budget films. This show has nailed the fantasy genre.
Looks good. With your facial expressions you could easily pass as Melissendre too.
Wow! Excellent job!
I believe it's an old photo tho. Still gangsta af!
Sansa cockblocking Tormund from the big woman.
RIP Edd's screentime.
Dude's still alive but everyone else has still forgotten about him...even the screenwriters. I really hope we see more of him by the series end.
GRRM is such a legend in interviews. Before he answers he always thinks for a second, and always gives an answer that keeps secrecy, but foreshadows the twist, just like his novels.
Huge difference is that GRRM actually finishes the answers he starts in interviews.
GRRM saying Aunts and Nephews is significant because there has never been a Targaryen Aunt and Nephew marriage in history of the family before...... Hmmmmmm Not subtle GRRM LOL
Still blows my mind how much of my life I've dedicated to a world created in his head
better than real arya
Let me know what you think! Also, im open to suggestions for the next portrait ;)
Here is a link to the previous portrait of Ned Stark -> Link
Maisie's eyes are the bomb.
I like it. I'd suggest Tywin Lannister, Walder Frey, or the Mad King next.