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Old 08-06-17, 08:56 PM   #26
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

"Your people don't know how to fight." that got me laughing.
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

I'm speechless after that episode....
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Holy Balls! That was AWESOME!
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Old 08-06-17, 09:00 PM   #29
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

^ My thoughts exactly... Can't wait to watch it again. After Power. =)
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Old 08-06-17, 09:01 PM   #30
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

now that Dany and the dragons are aware of the giant crossbow, I think they will become much less efficient. Two healthy dragons know to watch for it.

They have done a great job of making Jamie go from jackass to relatively good guy. I hope he and Bronn survive the series....the man needs his castle afterall.

EDIT: someone help me out on the importance of this dagger at winterfell.....
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

Nice to see a show/movie that depicts how devastating the effect of having a single dragon can have on a battle's outcome.

But, if she had brought the other two?... yeah, series over, i guess.
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

I assume that was Bronn that "saved" Jaime at the end right? Though w that cliffhanger.. I somehow don't think Jaime is dead
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

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Um, no.
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

There is no way Jamie is dead.

Awesome episode. A few comedic scenes in the first half too.

So, did John bent the knee? of course not, right?

Other than Cercei, what other major character do you think will die this season? or do you think she will survive until next season?
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

Damn, heart racing that last 10-15 minutes!!
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Old 08-06-17, 09:17 PM   #36
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

my guess, since next season is only 5 or so episodes is that this season eventually kills Cersei and unites the 7 kingdoms and the last season is humans vs. undead.


I have to ask...when did arya become a badass swordsman? there was no sword training while she was being "no one".
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

Why in the world is no one on the show proposing a marriage of Jon and Danerys? Seems like the easiest way for the North to get over their pride.
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

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EDIT: someone help me out on the importance of this dagger at winterfell.....
It's the dagger that used by Bran's would be assassain and it is made of Valyrian steel, which we know can kell white walkers.
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Old 08-06-17, 09:20 PM   #39
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

Great episode. Reunion with the Stark kids. Arya and Brienne sparring. And that fucking battle scene. Never felt so conflicted during any episode ever, the whole time I'm rooting for Jamie, Bronn and Drogon to survive the battle.
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It's the dagger that used by Bran's would be assassain and it is made of Valyrian steel, which we know can kell white walkers.
thanks, I don't remember someone trying to assassinate bran...I though he booked it when theon tried to take over winterfell and I don't think anyone from the Iron Islands has valerian steel.
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thanks, I don't remember someone trying to assassinate bran...I though he booked it when theon tried to take over winterfell and I don't think anyone from the Iron Islands has valerian steel.
I think it was in the second episode while he was in a coma. An assassin tried to kill him. His mother and Summer saved him.
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My instinct would be to say that the series takes place in real time, ie, each season covers a year. This accounts for the aging of the actors.

Of course little Sam should be about five by now...
There's no way Euron makes that iron fleet in a year...

Would have been quite the WTF moment had Jaime burned alive. Almost as shocking as Ned's...

I am disappointed by these Stark reunions. Everyone's so hard now. Bran is the raven, Arya is a ninja assassin. Sansa gives big hug, but no emotion. I know that is probably the norm, but I wanted to get weepy. Even LOST did it better on the beach. Lol...
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

Holy crap, that was an episode 9 level epic-ness, and we just getting started. I was already quite pleased with the episode with just the Stark reunion and watching Arya show off her fighting skills.

So what's the deal with Littlefinger's dagger?
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

Holy shit, that was fun!

It was great to see Bronn back in action!
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I have to ask...when did arya become a badass swordsman? there was no sword training while she was being "no one".
There was sword training all the way back in season 1 and the famed 'use the pointy end' line
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Re: Game of Thrones (S7E04) -- "The Spoils of War" -- 8/6/17

Bronn's reaction to Dickon
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There's no way Euron makes that iron fleet in a year...

Would have been quite the WTF moment had Jaime burned alive. Almost as shocking as Ned's...

I am disappointed by these Stark reunions. Everyone's so hard now. Bran is the raven, Arya is a ninja assassin. Sansa gives big hug, but no emotion. I know that is probably the norm, but I wanted to get weepy. Even LOST did it better on the beach. Lol...
Maybe it will get more emotional when Jon returns. lol They did seem to have a warmer hug later. Bran was such a dick to Meera. I guess that's the end of her character story.
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There was sword training all the way back in season 1 and the famed 'use the pointy end' line
Right, but she wasn't good then and didn't get training while on the run. The whole point of the faceless men thing was to sneak in, kill, sneak out. If she can best Brienne, she must have done some hardcore training off camera.
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Holy crap, that was an episode 9 level epic-ness, and we just getting started.
its more than half way over. Lol. Only 3 eps left
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