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

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I'm...

Hyped. 24 55.81%
 
Mildly interested. 11 25.58%
 
Not bothered. 5 11.63%
 
/indifferent/not watched/other in comments. 3 6.98%
 
Total:43

Right, it's time to find a new fantasy series of books until George gets his ass in gear and the wheel of time aint doing it for me. It's too early to read GoT again, got to a few chapters i to A clash of kings and it 's still making mr angry because half the shit I'm read eventually turns out to mean nothing or go anywhere and all thread that aee badly handled.

Anyone gots a series that has mature themes, doesn't need to be a saga but a trilogy of books would be ideal. Preferably old enough for a conclusion o fthe horizon but if new at least a soft cover release. Audible would do if it has a talented VA or multiple VA.



 

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Ethan from H3H3 hit a on a grwat point. All those resurrected Dothraki should follow Jon as leader now through their tradition. Did Greyworm just murder them all or camera to prevent their support for Jon or what..

And Brans actor thought the script was a prank hahahha. Daym.



 

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Jason Momoa livestreamed his reaction to the last episode, and he was pissed.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AU_anKEGOxM



John2290 said:
Right, it's time to find a new fantasy series of books until George gets his ass in gear and the wheel of time aint doing it for me. It's too early to read GoT again, got to a few chapters i to A clash of kings and it 's still making mr angry because half the shit I'm read eventually turns out to mean nothing or go anywhere and all thread that aee badly handled.

Anyone gots a series that has mature themes, doesn't need to be a saga but a trilogy of books would be ideal. Preferably old enough for a conclusion o fthe horizon but if new at least a soft cover release. Audible would do if it has a talented VA or multiple VA.

Malazan Book of the Fallen, from Steven Erikson? It has a sort of "comics" feel to it, but the writer is an anthropologist and his worldbuilding is second only to Tolkien in the genre, I would say. There are ten books, but the first five form an arch of their own.

Or anything from Guy Gavriel Kay, specially the Sarantine Mosaic duology and Tigana.

Also, Chronicles of the Black Company by Glen Cook. All the stories together have been packed into four volumes the size of a standard fantasy book. They're morally gray and very fast paced, perhaps even to the point of reductionism.



 

 

 

 

 

No Kit Harrington, you can go fuck yourself.



 

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John2290 said:
Ethan from H3H3 hit a on a grwat point. All those resurrected Dothraki should follow Jon as leader now through their tradition. Did Greyworm just murder them all or camera to prevent their support for Jon or what..

And Brans actor thought the script was a prank hahahha. Daym.

One of the good moments of season 7, unfortunately, they did nothing with his transformation. He's just a king from the Starks. 





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hatmoza said:

Oh, that was beautiful, I had more fun watching the 6 of these than thr last 4 episodes. 



 

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John2290 said:
Well That was fantastic. It'll be an episode I skip on a rematch however and I wish they had used the last 15 minute segment for partial battle, maybe a surprise skirmish and still have the last epic shot of the army as you think they'd have scouts out on the perimeter and they could have used that Interwoven I to the episode to build tension but still, for what it was that was one of the better episodes and as a reader of the books I shed a tear when Theon pledged himself. People who are aching for the action to begin will be sore of course but I understand what they are doing now more than I did last week and I'm not a bit disapointed, this is going to be phenomenal.

This comment did not age well and I disavow this man.

Honestly, this was the last episode I had any excitment left. They should have just ended it there jist like season 7, although weak set up so much potential this episode did so top and it squandered it in episode 3...and 4 and so on. Such a shame.



 

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Someone summerize the end with as few words as possible... for people who never watched the show and never will.



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