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Forums - General Discussion - The Game of Thrones (Season 3) Official Thread - New Poll!

 

Who is your favorite character?

Jon Snow 59 18.85%
 
Tyrion Lannister 88 28.12%
 
Arya Stark 47 15.02%
 
Jaime Lannister 19 6.07%
 
Joffrey Baratheon 9 2.88%
 
Robb Stark 20 6.39%
 
Sandor Clegane (The Hound) 5 1.60%
 
Ygritte 4 1.28%
 
Bran Stark 7 2.24%
 
Someone else/ See results 50 15.97%
 
Total:308

Jon Snow ftw ;o

Followed by Tyrion Lannister!



    

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Daenerys Targaryen, then Tyrion Lannister, then Lord Varys...of course, Jaqen H'ghar always has honorary place in any competition ;)



I have to say this last episode was a big step back, which is understandable given how excellent last week's was. Many changes were confusing to me, but I guess they need to reduce subtlety and complexity of the story by cutting characters or shoe horning in scenes with speeches to say "Hey, that Littlefinger is a dangerous man!"

I am curious how Gendry story will go given the massive shift and Ygritte's personality change makes things different. Oh, and the made up character for the show died...um...meh.

So, while not up to the phenomenal standard of past few weeks it was still a good episode and cannot wiat for the pay off of major events to come.



On the poll that is impossible for me to answer. I love the world, kingdoms and characters too much to ever pick a favorite. I'll say Bran right now, but easily a dozen others could be there.

 

EDIT: Tyrion dominating, his chapters are always fun to read. I do feel the show has made him a bit nicer given how audiences have responded to him.





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Augen said:
I have to say this last episode was a big step back, which is understandable given how excellent last week's was. Many changes were confusing to me, but I guess they need to reduce subtlety and complexity of the story by cutting characters or shoe horning in scenes with speeches to say "Hey, that Littlefinger is a dangerous man!"

I am curious how Gendry story will go given the massive shift and Ygritte's personality change makes things different. Oh, and the made up character for the show died...um...meh.

So, while not up to the phenomenal standard of past few weeks it was still a good episode and cannot wiat for the pay off of major events to come.

I was okay with most of the changes I think. Still was weird seeing melisandre meeting with the brotherhood.

This Cersei + Loras deal still puzzles me but I think I know how it will turn out (as in: ultimately no different from the books).

I really liked the Freys



pezus said:
Augen said:
I have to say this last episode was a big step back, which is understandable given how excellent last week's was. Many changes were confusing to me, but I guess they need to reduce subtlety and complexity of the story by cutting characters or shoe horning in scenes with speeches to say "Hey, that Littlefinger is a dangerous man!"

I am curious how Gendry story will go given the massive shift and Ygritte's personality change makes things different. Oh, and the made up character for the show died...um...meh.

So, while not up to the phenomenal standard of past few weeks it was still a good episode and cannot wiat for the pay off of major events to come.

I was okay with most of the changes I think. Still was weird seeing melisandre meeting with the brotherhood.

This Cersei + Loras deal still puzzles me but I think I know how it will turn out (as in: ultimately no different from the books).

I really liked the Freys

You're a monster!



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pezus said:

I really liked the Freys

Did you notice the limp?  that was a nice touch.



Augen said:
pezus said:

I really liked the Freys

Did you notice the limp?  that was a nice touch.

Sure did! I had forgotten about the limp



Alright episode this last one, not stellar but alright.