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  1. Oh dear, how i wish a GOT spinoff about Aegon the Conqueror or the Dance of Dragons. 

    The Targaryen dynasty has many stories to tell. I strongly recommend read Fire & Blood!

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    2. Sofa King

      Sofa King

      Don't give up hope yet. Other than the Long Night prequel there are at least two other spinoffs in the works. Aegon's Conquest would be awesome!

    3. matigrosso91


      Well, actually, GRRM said on his blog that he couldn't say what the others shows in production are about, but "you should read Fire & Blood and make your own theories". That's what i'm doing 😅

    4. hugglebunn-e


      Dunk & Egg or go home.


  2. GEORGE RR MARTIN HAS SPOKEN. He's very grateful to D&D and the whole cast and HBO and everyone involved. About the ending of the books, he only said this: How will it all end? I hear people asking. The same ending as the show? Different? Well… yes. And no. And yes. And no. And yes. And no. And yes. The complete post: http://georgerrmartin.com/notablog/2019/05/20/an-ending/
  3. Another reflection i read about Bran: If he's the counterpart of the Night King, the king of the dead... It's kinda makes sense that Bran ends as the king of the living. I made my peace with the choice. But i would still prefered more episodes to develope the whole thing.
  4. @MooseSketts before Tyrion propose Bran as the new king, he said he spent "the last weeks" thinking of it.
  5. Ok, i rewatched the episode. And honestly, i think it's not a bad ending. Or at least, it's not the worst ending. I would like to explain my thougts better, but English is not my mother tongue and just don't know how to say some things 😅 I liked the ending? I think not. I would change things of it? Definitely. It could be better? Yeah, of course. It is completely bad? Like i said, no. Like others said, there're characters who obtained satisfying endings, others who not. This ending completely ruin the series? Absolutely f*cking not. This journey was amazing and Game of Thrones will always be one of the greatest series of all time. I understand the disappointing though. And i'm not going to fight with anyone who doesn't agreed. My main complaints are the same with the entire season: we needed more episodes.
  6. Well, at least i sucess guessing the ending with my friends. I don't liked it. I don't think it's completely bad. It felt more like an epilogue than a series finale though.
  7. Well, i hope the ending would be good enough to make it a good present 😅. Tomorrow we will wish you a happy birthday then 😊
  8. Regardless if the season was good or bad, despite the bad writing or the rushing, altough you've liked or not the ending of some characters... tomorrow is the last sunday with GOT ever, "el último dominGOT". I can't help to be sad. It's been an honor, ladies and gentlemen.
  9. We're all saying that the writing was rushed and that's Benioff and Weiss fault. No one is arguing against that. Mad Dany will be on the books too, way better paced and developed, but that's another point. I don't know why you're taking all this discussion so personal. You hated Mad Dany? It's ok. You loved Mad Dany? it's ok too.
  10. Maduro is from Venezuela, not from Colombia. And i'm strongly suggest we should left politics apart. I love Dany. I felt so sad when this happened. But the chance to happen this was always there. She has burned and tortured people before; she has commited war crimes. I agreed with you that this hasn't been well handled, but this dark side was always there. In fact, S02E04, she said (textually) "When my dragons are grown, we will take back what was stolen from me and destroy those who wronged me! We will lay waste to armies and burn cities to the ground!". And that's exactly what she done. You shouldn't say anyone has no intelligence because he or she doesn't agree with you.
  11. In fact, i double-checked now and it's already in pre-production. Even already has the main cast, Naomi Watts being one of the lead roles. Another names are Josh Whitehouse (Poldark), Jamie Campbell Bower (Twilight), Georgie Henley (Narnia), Naomi Ackie (Star Wars), Marquis Rodriguez (Iron Fist), Miranda Richardson (Sleepy Hollow) and more. It's written by George Martin himself and Jane Goldman. The show still has no official name, but Martin said it's about The Long Night. A short description: "Taking place thousands of years before the events of Game of Thrones, the series chronicles the world's descent from the golden Age of Heroes into its darkest hour. And only one thing is for sure: from the horrifying secret's of Westeros history to the true origin of the White Walkers, the mysteries of the East to the Starks of legend... It's not the story we think we know". Also, Martin said a few weeks ago that this isn't the only spinoff they're working of. There are at least two o three more (could be Robert's Rebellion, The conquest of Aegon, or The Dance of Dragons, but this is pure speculation). EDIT: Martin wrote this on his blog (on May 4) "We have had five different Game of Thrones successor shows in development (i mislike the term 'spinoffs') at HBO, and three of them are still moving forward nicely. The one I am not supposed to call THE LONG NIGHT will be shoting later this year, and two other shows remain in the script stage, but are edging closer. What are they about? I cannot say. But maybe some of you should pick up a copy of FIRE & BLOOD and come up with your own theories".
  12. Hey @BG_painter, may i suggest that once the show is over, this thread could still be a GOT discussion thread for those whom are interested regardless the potential dissapointing with the ending? I mean, i know it's very soon to think about it, but we'll have the spinoffs (the first one will began pre-production soon), we still have the books (and the eternal wait for Winds of Winter), we may have new games...
  13. I think we all can agreed that the main problem with the series is the rushing to end it, not the facts itselfs. Yes, they always hinted Dany ended like this, but they could handled it waaay better. Like @BG_painter said, they could've simply developed this in more episodes. - Season 7 with ten episodes, focus on the Night King arc. Even the last episode could've been the Battle of Winterfell: that way, you ended that arc in a more satisfying way and leave a powerful cliffhanger to the last season. - Season 8 with ten episodes, focus on the Last War and Dany's descent to madness. Martin told (again) that "the major events will be pretty much the same in the books". Mad Queen Dany is not a Benioff & Weiss invent, but they just didn't handled it well. And the same applies with the rest.
  14. Well, beside the fact that i feel the entire season was too rushed, the chapter itself is good. I'm sad for Dany and i think they ruined some arcs, but the fact that i don't like some thing doesn't mean the chapter was bad. I mean, i resume it like this: if the main facts was exactly the same but with some development chapters in a more long season, it would be a lot better.