Game of Thrones (HBO)

That was a retarded ending. Does that happen in the books?
fuck this show.
Grif, please use spoiler tags or someshit. You don't know for sure what happened with Sansa though.

D&D have been so incredibly blatant with the foreshadowing this season and their writing is getting so lazy too. It's getting quite annoying honestly.

 
S05E10 Spoilers

Such a disappointing season honestly. A lot of people are going to blame just the show but I think even the books greatly dropped in quality after the third. They're just so damn boring and predictable for now.

you have to close the spoiler box in the post creator for it to be posted closed

but yeah it didnt leave me very excited 

First half of the season was boring and started off too slow but the last few episodes definitely make up for that. There were quite some things that were maybe a little too predictable as fatal said as well but overall I loved this season finale.

That was a retarded ending. Does that happen in the books?

 

 

It does happen but pretty sure there's more to it in those final moments that are key

They jump into a fuckload of snow. Use your brain.

 
 

 

Grif, please stop posting in this thread. 

Said it before when I first saw him in the show, and I'll say it again: Olly, you're one pathetic character. 

Olly gon die when Jon is reborn in smoke n salt bishes
Read the entire thing, really on point haha
After so many deaths, it doesnt give off the same effect like it used to.

Yes it does but it makes much more sense and the Watch actually has a good reason for doing it.

 
Spoilers ADWD

 

I doubt he's actually dead for good though. The Wall is one of the most important settings in the series and Jon is the only character anyone cares about on it. Unless they follow Tormund or something next season, I don't see how it's going to be entertaining or why anyone is going to care without Jon.

I think there may be more to Jon's death that the show was able to foreshadow for us. Which would make what happened somewhat okay with me, otherwise I have no idea where they are going with the story anymore. The watch did it for revenge, but when it comes to the fallout and what will happen to the refugee wildlings. I don't think they thought that out. 
Honestly, if Jon is actually dead, I'm hoping Tormund takes the Wildlings, kills the remaining Night's Watch members at Castle Black and takes control of it and the other castles along the wall himself. I'd rather have the Wildlings who have seen the White Walkers and Wights in action defend the wall over a bunch of idiotic criminals.
 

 

After so many deaths, it doesnt give off the same effect like it used to.

Oh boy, maybe you're supposed to feel that way about Jon. Fkn Olly man... HBO man, I swear...

Melisandre is a bigger character than they're leading you all on to believe. That's why I love the show, this hype is nuts right now for me.

I've actually thoroughly enjoyed this season very much tbh.

 

^ but would have liked the Ghost stuff really

that should have also been in spoilers

ah right my bad, fixeroonies
 

 

show spoilers

 

 

Yeah, I pointed that out. They showed Thoros reviving Beric and claimed he had done so six times overall. And Thoros even claimed that he had lost faith in the Lord of Light but he decided to say the words anyways even though he didn't think they'd work. So he wasn't even doing any special magic to revive him. He just said a few words and the Lord of Light did the rest.

Honestly, if Jon is actually dead, I'm hoping Tormund takes the Wildlings, kills the remaining Night's Watch members at Castle Black and takes control of it and the other castles along the wall himself. I'd rather have the Wildlings who have seen the White Walkers and Wights in action defend the wall over a bunch of idiotic criminals.

Srsly. They broke my heart. -___-

What shocked me the most was the show's lack of confirmation from the other Crows, who were at Hardhome, of the horrors they saw; Affirming Jon's decision.

Regardless, Jon's fate was always certain. 

I think most of them died which is why the ones who stayed at Castle Black are even angrier. Men of the Night's Watch died to save the elderly, children, and a few warriors of the Wildlings. I don't think the Thorne and co. would've been as angry with Jon if he had brought back all the soldiers from Hardhome but since most of them died fighting the Wights and White Walkers, all they have now is more mouths to feed and people to care for with no extra help.

Maybe the Watch does believe Jon and the rest but they just don't care because they hate him or maybe they don't believe them at all. Either way, they're idiots lol.

I think most of them died which is why the ones who stayed at Castle Black are even angrier. Men of the Night's Watch died to save the elderly, children, and a few warriors of the Wildlings. I don't think the Thorne and co. would've been as angry with Jon if he had brought back all the soldiers from Hardhome but since most of them died fighting the Wights and White Walkers, all they have now is more mouths to feed and people to care for with no extra help.

Maybe the Watch does believe Jon and the rest but they just don't care because they hate him or maybe they don't believe them at all. Either way, they're idiots lol.

I understand your post, but they're not idiots for what they did. Before I go into detail here why, first, have you read the books?

I read the first three, got bored of AFFC so I just read a huge synopsis and then read most of ADWD. The reason they do it in the books makes a lot of sense and I don't blame them for that. Their reasoning for killing him in the show makes no sense at all. They have multiple eye witnesses who have seen the White Walkers and the army of the dead for themselves but they refuse to listen and keep antagonizing Jon for things he has to do to increase their chances of defeating the White Walkers. The men of the Watch are idiots in the show.

I read the first three, got bored of AFFC so I just read a huge synopsis and then read most of ADWD. The reason they do it in the books makes a lot of sense and I don't blame them for that. Their reasoning for killing him in the show makes no sense at all. They have multiple eye witnesses who have seen the White Walkers and the army of the dead for themselves but they refuse to listen and keep antagonizing Jon for things he has to do to increase their chances of defeating the White Walkers. The men of the Watch are idiots in the show.

Exactly, the Night's Watch are idiots in the show (fucking Olly man, hope Jon offs him) but not idiots in the book.

During war/crisis the NW have always remained neutral and stayed true to their reason for living: Protecting the Wall. Fuck the Wilding's, fuck everything else, fuck the War, they did what they did in the books/show because they were afraid of losing their Lord Commander to a "greater cause" thus watering down their "reason for living." 

This YouTube series is gold.

almost a month away...
Yep. Can't wait. Sort of glad it's starting after my exams haha.
Just waitin on the next book like...