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GoT season 8 final episode 6 tonight. (spoiler discussion) Fin. The end... for ever.

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DonFerrari said:
I have no idea why people haven't sensed since season 1 that Daenerys is quite selfish and self-important, and besides being exiled she have been given everything in a silver plate compared to the characters in Westeros. And for me it was quite obvious that she would be a tyrant in the future. And it showed obvious on the show when she discovered of Jon and couldn't accept to not be queen by being married to the king, it should be her the all important.
Anyone denying that being impossible to burn and having 3 dragons given away is having most of what she needed to conquer what she had is wrong =]

The issue isn't that she did what she did though.. it's the fact that this was the equivalent of a sudden pro wrestling heel turn with no story defined rhyme or reason.  It essentially boils down to "I screwed up and let my second dragon die and my lover didn't kiss me back soo.... off I go doing everything I swore I would never do."



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How did they manage to turn Euron into a gay man who just wanted to stick it in Jamien Lancaster... I kid but I just watched this again and the Euron part is the bit that erks me the most relentless and I don't know why.



 

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chakkra said:
colafitte said:

It's going to be spectacular seeing how people people react indeed .

Could you please tell me where I can find that leak so I can read it and get this over with?  I don´t feel like sitting through a whole hour of this again (besides, I dont wanna support the show anymore).

Thanks in advance

I read it in the spoiler thread in resetera....i will pass you the exact link where they made a summary of the last 2 eps...Let me find it....here it is

https://www.resetera.com/threads/open-spoilers-game-of-thrones-s8-full-leak-discussion-volimar-dohaeris.103547/page-193#post-20670870

it's the post #9616



chakkra said:
colafitte said:

It's going to be spectacular seeing how people people react indeed .

Could you please tell me where I can find that leak so I can read it and get this over with?  I don´t feel like sitting through a whole hour of this again (besides, I dont wanna support the show anymore).

Thanks in advance

Colafitte linked you what appears to be someone else re-summarizing the original leak. But they use different terms and wording for some things, and seems to be confused about a particular detail in the end, so here's the exact post from the leaker themselves:

https://i.imgur.com/CFwH3cL.png <-- *Massive Game of Thrones ending spoilers*



The leaker has been 100% correct on everything that happened in Episode 4 and 5, so it's extremely likely to be how Episode 6 turns out as well.

I decided to read it now as well, and I actually started laughing at how the iron throne thing will be resolved.

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If the spoilers are correct then they really have to milk some scenes to achive those supposed 80min of runtime.



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Hiku said:
chakkra said:

Could you please tell me where I can find that leak so I can read it and get this over with?  I don´t feel like sitting through a whole hour of this again (besides, I dont wanna support the show anymore).

Thanks in advance

Colafitte linked you what appears to be someone else re-summarizing the original leak. But they use different terms and wording for some things, so here's the exact post from the leaker themselves:

https://i.imgur.com/CFwH3cL.png <-- Massive Game of Thrones ending spoilers



The leaker has been 100% correct on everything that happened in Episode 4 and 5, so it's extremely likely to be how Episode 6 turns out as well.

I decided to read it now as well, and I actually started laughing at how the iron throne thing will be resolved.

Yes, much better. This is what i saw at first too but i couldn't find it.

And indeed, it took me a time to believe what is going to happen in the last one....I'm betting that this ep is going to be way more hated than any other ep of Game of Thrones. In fact it has the potential to be the most hated episode of all time. We will see what happens. 



colafitte said:
Hiku said:

Yes, much better. This is what i saw at first too but i couldn't find it.

And indeed, it took me a time to believe what is going to happen in the last one....I'm betting that this ep is going to be way more hated than any other ep of Game of Thrones. In fact it has the potential to be the most hated episode of all time. We will see what happens. 

If this one couldn't escape a low rating already with all the cinematic visuals and an arguably good direction from Sapochnik... yeah. That's Dexter territoy.

Now imagine all the outrage ported over to the Star Wars fanbase, if or when Rian Johson and D&D screw it up.



 

 

 

 

 

I'm like a legit a bitch over this shit. Been crying man  and hav n't cried in four years. Fuck man, they desteoyed my masculinity. They took everything about me over the last 10 years and big shit on it. Havn't legit cried beyond family deaths in fours or five years and this got me. 

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Neodegenerate said:
DonFerrari said:
I have no idea why people haven't sensed since season 1 that Daenerys is quite selfish and self-important, and besides being exiled she have been given everything in a silver plate compared to the characters in Westeros. And for me it was quite obvious that she would be a tyrant in the future. And it showed obvious on the show when she discovered of Jon and couldn't accept to not be queen by being married to the king, it should be her the all important.
Anyone denying that being impossible to burn and having 3 dragons given away is having most of what she needed to conquer what she had is wrong =]

The issue isn't that she did what she did though.. it's the fact that this was the equivalent of a sudden pro wrestling heel turn with no story defined rhyme or reason.  It essentially boils down to "I screwed up and let my second dragon die and my lover didn't kiss me back soo.... off I go doing everything I swore I would never do."

Some times people just snap. They have been coping with it for a long time without much hint that they were on the verge of break and them they just snap out of sudden.

Still it was possible to see the traits of her being tyrannically power since first season. As someone said we just didn't see her before killing innocents by the thousand without much as a reason. At least Jon Snow kept being the dumbass he is by doing nothing until it's too late.



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DonFerrari said:
Neodegenerate said:

The issue isn't that she did what she did though.. it's the fact that this was the equivalent of a sudden pro wrestling heel turn with no story defined rhyme or reason.  It essentially boils down to "I screwed up and let my second dragon die and my lover didn't kiss me back soo.... off I go doing everything I swore I would never do."

Some times people just snap. They have been coping with it for a long time without much hint that they were on the verge of break and them they just snap out of sudden.

Still it was possible to see the traits of her being tyrannically power since first season. As someone said we just didn't see her before killing innocents by the thousand without much as a reason. At least Jon Snow kept being the dumbass he is by doing nothing until it's too late.

I agree that sometimes they snap, but historically on TV shows they have shown the cracks in the armor.  3 episodes ago she was fine with doing whatever it took to protect Westeros.  Now she is taking the scorched earth approach with nothing more than the "look back and see why it might make sense" commentary after.