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The Dragon And The Wolf Stream diese in der gesamten EU GГltigkeit The Dragon And The Wolf Stream, FrГchte. - Sexy Cripples’s tracksAngesichts der toten, blauleuchtenden Augen des Wiedergängers bleiben die Bewohner von Westeros nicht frei von ihren eigenen Interessen, Sehnsüchten und Ängsten. On one hand I am excited for this episode, but on the other Lovecout it means that after this episode there is only 1 season left. Sandor sees things in fires now. I know everyone will be super happy! See All Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Yes, only that scene on the battlements seemed spontaneous and allowed them to act naturally. Starks are ready for you…. I believe the tension between Sansa Tennis Eckental Arya in the last two episodes was genuine. Oh, wait…. IMO, the best ever seen on TV and as good as or surpassing many blockbuster movies. Jack Serienjunkies Mr Robot 24 : Tormund and Beric are dead? Bloody hell, I had missed those scenes between Tyrion and Cersei, the most beautifully messed up relationship in whole of Westeros. The Night King simply needed this dragon in order to get through The Wall. Was that Harry Lloyd in the role Livescore Er Rheagar? The writers get Mybet character perfectly.
As it was, it felt, to me, rushed and almost incidental. I think it is left open to each viewer to decide. I am wondering now if Bran, Sansa, and Arya talked a lot more about LF and what to do about him when the three of them were first together in the Godswood.
So, that would mean the plan was set almost from the moment Arya returned. Oh thank for that! He has always been one of the biggest villains in the story for me and I have been waiting a looooooong time for this!
Loved the reunions, esp Brienne and Houndie. I never wanted them to fight each other to begin with. Wilf Scolding Ragger really looks like Harry Lloyd in profile, although having what looked to me like exactly the same hair certainly helped.
Does Cersei just think she can keep buying marshmallows to roast and win? People need to stop calling each other names and attacking one another.
Your posts will be deleted when you cross a line. Nothing about it felt natural. Other than that I loved every minute of LF on his knees begging for his life.
Just wish it went down in a more coherent fashion. Heck, you can be cryptic like M. Tis a shame. The acting was top notch.
The writing? This sounds soo similar to them teasing the Starkbowl that never happened at the end of last season, that I now believe that there will be little to no problems between them lol.
Ten Bears : i think Tyrion batted0. And, as far as he knows, he succeeded in Uniting all of Westeros together — but of course Cersei is a liar.
No one knows that but Jaime and Euron, however. Shock Me : Everyone who did was dead or captured or an enemy. Just Eastwatch.
They could have run in the direction of Castle Black atop the wall toward the west. But yeah doubtful. This was a fantastic episode.
The Dragonpit scene and buildup to, and afterwards was my favourite. All of those reunions. All of those first meetings. That first look between Tyrion and Cersei…the talk between Sandor and Brienne!!!
That wight scene. Just damn. Ah well. I knew it was coming. Disappointments — Sansa. The Wall — falling was awesome. NO on Viserion, not great, not awful.
Tormund and Beric are alive IMO. The Bastard : 2. The show has not kept the prophecy of the Valonqar. Not even close. He makes it quite clear through Ladt Taena that Cersei must choose a champion from within the Kingsguard.
And Sandor beats the Mountain. The little brother wins. They love Lena Heady as a villain, as an actress, and for all the possibilities she brings the stripped down version of the overly complicated plot that is the show.
I repeat: there is no valonqar prophecy in the show. Given that the show-runners had Magy the Frog deliver part of that propohecty, they could have given the rest.
That has to mean something. Because after the Hound Kills the Mountain, there will be only one left on her list. Arya is going to kill Cersei; that will prevent the rest of the southern army from attacking Daenerys at the last moment — and avert disaster.
And the forces of the Undead have no part to play in that intended cycle. The Many Faced God will ensure the forces of the Undead are defeated.
Arya has been his instrument all along. Drogon seemed uptight and sadder this episode, and rightfully so. Ghost left for Bear Island long ago with Lyanna, sensing something wicked this way comes.
QueenofThrones : I would argue that Tyrion did well in the long game. Yay for Theon! Alfie was so good in the scene tonight.
I hope he gets to return the favor and becomes a hero to his sister. Jaime: Yay! Cersei has changed and will be good queen Cersei the wise and we can live happily every after!
Ginevra : If they were playing the whole time, then Arya and Sansa must have been filming those moments alone so LF could watch later.
LF loooves his peepholes and I assume at least some of the arguments they staged, guessing that LF has spies. But, some of it may have been legit tension.
He was planning throughout to have Cersei choose champion from among the Kingsguard Robert Strong, aka, The Mountain reanimated and have him fight Sandor Clegane, now in service to the Seven.
That is not happening in the books. That goes against everything the Elder Brother and the Quiet Isle are about. If they are going to have aerial battles next year with dragon rider vs dragon rider, they will really need to improve the effects.
His fleeting glances, longing and sad looks. He looked sad and resigned. Then his absolute desperation when he begged her not to go beyond the wall.
He was madly in love with her and was genuinely sick that she might die. Cersei left the pit and told everyone to basically bugger off.
Tyrion has his private conversation with her, then they return to the Dragonpit and Cersei promises to join the fight. Did she hatch some kind of plan with Tyrion in that room?
Why on earth did she let him walk out of there? Jack Bauer 24 : Who were the fleet with him? They could know but all they needed to know was that he was weak.
That would have been enough for him to dismiss them. And the guy he killed on the beach was the only one who had to be surprised really.
The Hound defeating the mountain does not qualify, sorry. Whoever kills Cersei in the books will kill her in the show. Ohhhhh I forgot about that bit of info…..
That really exceeded expectations! The meeting was masterfully executed although I thought the repartee was better in Beyond the Wall.
The face to face with the Clegane brothers was priceless. Who is coming for the Mountain? The resolution of the the Littlefinger situation gave me cause to cheer.
You go Arya girl! Is Ser Jaime off to command the Lannister armies incognito? Or is he just off to volunteer to fight the AotD.
Maybe it was just the hair…. Tormund has advanced northern survival skills and Beric well he must have been resurrected five times for a reason.
I hope they can make it to Winterfell. Two Targs are better than one and if they DO make a baby that resolves the succession.
Arya Snark : no, they have to make sure the Vale are loyal to them first. Which, again, they could have done at any point. Nothing they did between whenever they learned about this and this episode did anything more to secure the Vale army.
The only evidence was Bran, and if they were on to Littlefinger the whole time, they could have gotten that at any point. Well, they just had a conversation which ended with Tyrion guessing Cersei is pregnant after she heavily hinted she was.
This was enough to convince Tyrion and Jaime before him that she actually cared about the future of humanity — since she was carrying part of that future in her body.
Tyrion also would like to believe she is being truthful. The scene involved a choice for Jaime to make. However, the choice was not simply between his allegiance to Cersei and his lifelong aspiration to be honourable.
It also included the child, or at least it should have included the child since it is something that Jaime has learnt to accept and wants fatherhood, responsibility, love and that Cersei has it is very much inside her.
Or, perhaps, in the name of his child? Jon was born after Rheagers other kids were killed. Only Targs alive at the time of his birth were Danys pregnant mom who fled to Dragonstone along w Viserys.
Looking forward to Season 8…. Lulus Mum , Oh yeah, surreal bonus of a sort for those of us watching on Sky Atlantic. After the scene with Theon and the Iron Born, when T drops to his knees by the sea, it cut to a commercial break.
You definitely have a point — I too thought Jaime could be roped back in by Cersei indefinitely as the child would basically be a trump card.
However this, I think is the reason. If his hypothetical I think fake child is going to survive then the dead have to be stopped. OK that explains it, thanks for giving context to that comment by the author.
Im guessing he and Dany do not ride in on the boats but on the dragons…. Jack Bauer 24 : Why did Jon only say fire and dragon glass kill them and not valryian steel?
I hope the issues they write are more about succession and all that as opposed to them having major problems with relation because of our modern, real morals.
I just realized something. Cersei passes up the wine Tyrion offers her, which means they know not to drink while pregnant in Westeros.
Which means the probability of ever seeing drunk Cersei again, no matter how bad things get, is extremely low. There are no FB updates in Westeros.
Or in heat of the fight, simple forgot. I was sort of hoping for Aejon. That at least would have explained calling him Jon.
I think so too. Wandering Gal : Jack Bauer 24 ,. If he forgot he would have realized it after the first blow…but he tried a second time…and a third….
There will be no showdown between Cersei and Dany will not have a show down. Clob : Vincent Stark ,. Instead, we see explosions.
My husband was saying this…! That if his ice-breath is so cold it instantly reaches nearly 0 kelvin then you end up with some kind of relativistic expansion… or something.
She promised to march her armies up North and help. She could have just promised to stay where she was with the same results, which was all they wanted anyway.
The promise to join them was only to screw with the audience, and Jaime. She would have made sure everybody else was in front of her forces and attacked them from behind the second it was clear they had won.
It would have been a lot more interesting that way, with everyone trying to fight the dead and not trusting each other and maneuvering against each other.
Jaime knowing her intentions to betray them would then really mean something. After seeing how much in love Jon and Dany are this is going to be pretty depressing to watch unfold.
A great finale and a great season. IMO, the best ever seen on TV and as good as or surpassing many blockbuster movies.
I have no problem it may be well over a year before the final S8 season is aired. The amount of traffic recently on this website has been overwhelming and neigh on impossible to keep up with.
I much prefer the inter-season period when things are calmer and quieter and with less daily posts. My biggest hope is that HBO really tighten up their security for this final season.
One can only speculate and not piece together from a series of photos of what may happen in a future episode. The recent hacks into HBO cannot account for all the leaked information as I believe a lot of this was posted on Reddit months ago?
I imagine it as in show method acting. Very meta. I could not agree more. The lack of a meaningful setup diminished the emotional reward.
Luckily for everyone, Aidan Gillen elevated the moment with his stellar acting. Not all that much of the wall actually fell, maybe a few hundred yards from where it meets land.
Much of it extended out to sea, but their outposts were directly above the castle and not all the way out there. Still leaves the question of where Gendry was, though.
I think he was already headed to Winterfell, though, to start working the forges as Davos had originally planned for him. QueenofThrones , I agree.
If it is so, it is very interesting because it highlights the degree of defiance and mistrust Jaime now feels towards Cersei.
However, I suppose I would have liked for the scene to give an indication that this is what was implied. Instead, I felt Jaime chose to leave Cersei out of dejection and jealousy after she told him Euron still intended to marry a queen namely her.
Youre such a bitter person. Seriously you enjoy complaining. LadyMelisandre : I think so too. He did? I missed it then, twice.
Maybe he takes that as her having some feeling for him after all. Very insightful and completely plausible. What an ending to have Arya take care of the one and only name left on her list.
QueenofThrones : LF loooves his peepholes andI assume at least some of the arguments they staged, guessing that LF has spies. I can see this going in both ways too, however, I am leaning toward their plan being hatched in the Godswood with Bran.
But, a few eps. Well, that snippy comeback was acting, not true, and I imagine that was for LF benefit. He could have had spies, or been lurking around the corner or behind a door, and since he knew that balcony was a favorite hang out spot, he may have even drilled a peephole somewhere.
So, the conversation in ep. Does that make sense? It is late…. ACME : I could not agree more. That was my feeling exactly. He really nailed his last scene on the show, and thank goodness for that.
Jack Bauer 24 : He essentially did choose the cause over his child. Or maybe he chose the cause for his child. WTF was that 4 minute bs conversation with Jon?
Are the writers nuts? With his morals his head will explode. This episode was a huge disappointment. Nymeria needed kill Little finger.
Actually, before S7 began Cersei really was the deadliest of the characters on GoT , by far…. So with that, it was tough to sit through the dragon pit meeting and not be bored out of my mind.
It just seems so utterly ridiculous that they went to such great pains to present this WW to Cersei and what for? I felt Dany was strangely submissive in the Cersei encounter, I really expected some fireworks between the two, but we really got nothing with Tyrion doing most of the talking.
Then we have the North, which has been a disaster for me since last season, and the bizarre faux feud between Arya and Sansa has only seemed to heighten that?
I have no idea. Either way it stunk. Very symbolic of the direction the series has gone in. Tycho Nestoris : ygritte ,. The ice dragon continues until a breach opens, wide enough for the massive army to walk through into the realms of men.
And Sansa ultimately chose the wolfpack. I assumed they bought the farm, but someone on Talk the Thrones mentioned that it would be pretty unlikely for GoT to off multiple significant even if supporting characters off screen.
Now that he and the Hound are buddies and Cleganebowl seems inevitable, he may still have an opportunity to fulfill that vow. And nobody has an answer for the WF plot.
Everyone is saying something different. When the audience is this confused it is not a good thing at all. She totally and absolutely insulted Jaime to the core of his being, then threatened to kill him — She must have told the Mountain that if certain conditions came to be during her talk with Jaime, he should pull a sword on him, but not kill him.
To do that, to believe so much that he was jelly inside and would cave to that, basically lick her boots, is indication that whatever love and respect she had for him has wasted away to nothing.
Yet, he did ride away. It can be noted that Tyrion called her bluff in the same way. Granted, it turns out that she lied to his face, big surprise, but the one small victory Tyrion got was that he challenged her to have him killed and she backed down on that.
Obviously, Sansa must have filled in Lord Royce on what actually happened with Lysa Hey Oz, some justice for the poor crazy bitch.
Yep, I felt a fleeting second of sadness for him, until I remembered that he outright sold her to the Boltons for his own advancement.
His declarations of love for her mother all fell flat — no man who loves a woman as much as he says he did would lie to her about something that concerned the safety of her children, or something that would lead to a war.
I was glad to see him go and glad that Sansa and Arya closed out on a happy note. Jon and Dany, yes, yes, yes, and yes.
Did you all hear me cheering? Just wanted to let my approval be known. I think this shows that Tyrion is human and prone to the same sorts of blindness that all humans are prone to, including love of siblings and eternal hope for their salvation.
Human nature dictates that he will do as people have always done throughout history: hope for the best in the face of all evidence to the contrary.
Peter Dinklage has so much talent and his skills are the only thing that is saving Tyrion for me. But the writers are doing everything they can to destroy the character and make him look like an idiot.
Wilf Scolding was in the credits. As with Theon and Euron, they cast actors who looked very, very much like each other, especially when given the same hair.
Wolfish : Pigeon ,. Did anyone notice Theon saying Yara is going to be doing away with reaving and raping? Jesus Christ, grow a pair of balls.
The Wight was charging at her and was inches from killing her. I think that eclipses the wonder and awe of encountering a dragon.
Agreed, agreed, agreed, and agreed. It was one helluva ride, and mostly enjoyable, but it was hella bumpy and there were some unenjoyable dips.
Knowing Theon was neutered and acting on it in the moment are distinctly different things. And there seem to be quite a few people on here just picking away at what I thought was a really good episode.
This week, the whole fucking dead army has filled the woods, and NObody notices until thousands are standing in the open? I really believe that Wall melted way too fast.
We were mislead. It only takes a huff and a puff, and the Kingdom is screwed. Just small complaints, basically the effect was great, and the story has moved on.
Will they walk along the coast, sidetracking Winterfell? I guess we will know in two years. Two damned years.
They did a very good job if they wanted him to look close as possible to Viserys for whatever reason cause from the angles shown they could be twins.
A lot of that probably has to do with having the exact same hair though lol. Maybe Sam wanted to eat a good old hot soup before arriving to The Wall and Winterfell is, conveniently, on the way to Castle Black?
Wolfish : who looked very, very much like each other, especially when given the same hair. It should have been longer, straighter, more silver, more well cared for.
He was The Prince, a charmer who swept a young woman off her feet and out of a prior engagement. His life was messy, his hair was messy.
Yet, they showed Rhaegar and Lyanna being married, they verified plainly that Jon was never a bastard and was the true heir to the Iron Throne.
Yeah, but there is obviously going to be a confrontation — Sandor guaranteed it by telling The Mountain that he, Sandor, was coming for him. I loved when Sandor told him that Gregor was now uglier than Sandor was.
I was never a Cleganebowl fan, but now I am. She knew her sister never wanted to be a lady. I did like how it was resolved in the great hall of Winterfell.
About the Dragon Pit scene, I enjoyed all the interactions but as someone said above I found it a little bit too long. Not dark enough for you? That detail was in the episode.
Were you refilling your Dornish red? I had to refill my own several times. Sophie, Maisie and Aidan were brilliant. Also RIP Beric, would have rather you died last week than during the wall coming down.
I sort of guessed this could happen with the preview of the episode this site ran earlier in the week. Minor eye roll moments: — Dany arriving on the dragon — Theon going on some crazy suicide mission to save Yara.
Heaven knows, stranger things have happened in history. Pigeon , Abso-bloody-lutely! The scene was not schlocky in the least but so completely out of nowhere that it defused a lot of its impact.
The acting was its saving grace. Tycho Nestoris : I thought Pilou was walking off the set; so he had me fooled. Nope, child or no child, there was no way he could stay.
Brienne and her common sense and decency finally got to him. You just saved me two hours of writing. Because after all that Dornish-style duck with lemon and root vegetables, and Dornish red, and Dornish-style flatbread with hummus and harissa, and Dornish red, and Mother of Dragons spice cake, and Dornish red….
Though, I have to admit I am not certain I would put my entire faith in them. It did turn out that way which is a bit of a shame because the feud between the sisters had genuine potential.
Its intensely personal and, dare I say, petty to a degree dimension had real humanity to it and its thematic purpose was relevant; in many ways, it was a battle for the definition of the Stark identity.
This fracture line is meaningful and raises interesting questions about the sisters : does Sansa care about a Stark identity at all?
Or the North and its independence for that matter? How does she intend to square the circle of her personal ambition, the political situation in the North the King in the North bent the knee to a queen he has a crush on without consulting anyone!!!
Does Arya genuinely still believe that Ned, Robb and Jon are flawless, like she did when she was ten? Instead, what the conclusion of the arc gave us was, for all intents and purposes, the same fetishisation of the Stark mythos Ned implemented without any potent resolution.
But what if the wolves within the pack have good reasons to disagree with one another? Intimidation and death threats like Arya did with Sansa?
In regards to Tyrion : All very true! Tyrion does love his sister, in his own messed up, pathological way; and he probably refuses to lose all hope for her.
The youngest Lannister is remarkably intelligent and he knows it. He also knows that his intellect is above that of most people, including his siblings.
While he is no longer as thoroughly confident in his superiority as he was back in seasons 1 and 2, he still does tend to assume he is right about most things and people.
For all his smarts, he is but a flawed man. As for guilt, well, Tyrion is extremely prone to it. His self-loathing runs deep and can overcome him at any moment.
In this particular case, he did send Myrcella to Dorne, where she was killed, and eventually he agreed to work alongside her murderers.
So, not only does he feel responsible for the death of a niece he adored and whom he symbolically betrayed, he is also aware of the suffering Cersei endured as a result of it.
An awareness that must gnaw at him given that, if there is one thing he always respected her for, it is her maternal love. Wolfish , Ha ha ha!
It either that or the Dothraki gin yes, they do have gin in the hords! Wolfish : You just saved me two hours of writing. But yeah, I meant it about the recipes, especially the spice cake.
I picked up first time watching the conversation she has with Littlefinger earlier in the episode is her realising what is happening and that he is behind this.
Even more than that. Ellia and her son Aegon were dead. Its quite likely that the news got to the Tower of Joy before Ned and his party.
Agreed on this one. From that first scene in S4? Thronetender : there is obviously going to be a confrontation — Sandor guaranteed it by telling The Mountain that he, Sandor, was coming for him.
He just said that Gregor has known all along what was ultimately coming for him. Purposefully vague, I thought. Sandor sees things in fires now. I do agree with you about the convo betwen Theon and Jon.
Pure gold. And did anyone else think that Theon wanted the other guy to kill him? He had a look on his face after about the third time of getting punched like he was smiling.
But then when he turns and beats the shit out of him its like he came back to being Theon. He made a comment to someone last episode I think that he was in love with her.
I think it was pure jealosy, or heartbreak. Not just that but conveying he conspired to kill Jon Arryn would have set the Vale against him even more.
There is the notion of possible war with Vale in such circumstances but Royce dislikes LF, is sworn to Robert Arryn and would have no issue with using Sweetrobins cousin seeing LF directly push his mother out the Moon Door as enough to ascent to the Northerners killing him and allowing Royce I suppose to become LP of the Vale.
The only named cat in GoT. Beric will make it, he has something to do that the Red god wants done. Tormund being with him was lucky for Tormund.
At least I hope so. The only reason I remembered that remark is because I have a darling cat and pay attention to cat comments. Like I said on a higher post, a plot twist would be the Night King hitting Kings Landing first while everyone is expecting him to hit Winterfell.
There would be no resistance in the capital because they dont have the weapons. He would gain over a million wights then head north. They are kinda needed as characters because they are there to be the front-person for a certain factional perspective, eg the Showrunners had to choose between Mance and Tormund and went with Tormund which is why he keeps escaping near-death experiences.
Sandor has seen the light, so to speak, and Gregor will have a far higher power to answer to. He already has enough bad memories to live with.
Because damn , between their domineering fathers, family histories, and expectations of each…. Aegon the Icedragon : Question?
Yes, I too believe he is madly in love with Dany, has been ever since he bent the knee when she made him hand. All that business last week about whom she would name to follow her if she died — I believe Tyrion truly expected her to name him.
I have to ask: why the hell do you keep watching and spend all this goddamn time talking about it? Did you really see that?
Tormund as well. Theon makes amends and rescue plans. Sansa punishes those who wronged her family. Jaime confronts Cersei.
The complete truth of Jon's lineage is revealed. The army of the dead reaches the Wall. After finishing its seventh season, I've reached the point where I'd name "Game of Thrones" as the best fantasy I've ever read or seen.
It's also among the best television I've ever seen, period. I'd cheerfully rate this penultimate season a perfect I do understand some of the criticisms I've read from other fans.
Yes, this shorter, more eventful, seven-episode arc could seem a little rushed when compared with prior seasons. And certain plot points in the last several episodes here are easy to nitpick.
But I can't give less than a perfect rating to a show that I enjoyed this much. Season 7 added great action and special effects, lots of momentum, frightening horror, and some long-awaited conclusions to story arcs that began back in Season 1.
And the show still has the best dialogue of any current television show that I'm aware of, usually supported by terrific acting. I won't say more for fear of spoilers.
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