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Quote from: Tictacbk on May 24, 2016, 04:54:34 PMSo this time loop, do we think it'll be explained further? Or will it just stay in the "that was pretty cool, but lets not think about it too hard" zone that most time travel related things live in?
Quote from: Tictacbk on May 24, 2016, 06:48:38 PMHmmm. I'm alright with the time loop, but only to a point. If Bran ends up being responsible for all that stuff... well I don't know how much of that I could handle. Why would he go back and "cause" things that already exist in his world?
Quote from: Jeremy Blackman on May 24, 2016, 06:14:13 PMSPECULATION SPOILERSIf GoT really wants to go down the rabbit hole, they'll follow the "Bran the originator" theory. Under this theory, Bran went back in time to from r/gameofthrones
Quote from: Jeremy Blackman on May 23, 2016, 11:48:01 AMIt was not great to hear Sansa talk about her injuries, but I suppose it was necessary, and locating it in that confrontation with Littlefinger seemed appropriate. The nights of the Vale are going to ride in and help whether she likes it or not, right?
Quote from: polkablues on May 24, 2016, 07:05:18 PMI think the idea would be that he sets out to alter things or stop certain events from happening, but ultimately, because it's all already happened, everything he does only has the effect of setting into motion the events that will already inevitably take place. It's all about the illusion of free will in a causally deterministic universe.
Quote from: Tictacbk on May 30, 2016, 02:10:48 AMI'm gonna take your juxtaposition theory with the Bran/Daenerys scenes and accept them. Because otherwise that Dany scene sucked. It served no other purpose than to show that she has dragons, is a badass, and has a faithful army, all things which we already know. AND we've already ended episodes/seasons on all those notes.
Quote from: Tictacbk on May 30, 2016, 02:10:48 AMAre there any theories out there where the Samwell stuff pays off in an interesting way? Serious questions. Because I've been hating those scenes lately. It was interesting to see his family, but I don't understand why I'm supposed to care.
Quote from: Jeremy Blackman on May 30, 2016, 01:17:32 AM(Margaery) is a bit of a mystery to me right now. What's really going on there? I'd wager it's a cynical play to get maximum power for herself, but that's so dark. Shutting out her family and potentially collapsing House Tyrell? Is she that dark? Is that even a smart move?
Quote from: Jeremy Blackman on May 23, 2016, 11:48:01 AMThere's no way Arya is staying with the faceless guys, right? She does not seem comfortable killing random people for money, nor does she seem to have any deep belief in this Many-Faced God. I mean, this is actually a fairly sinister thing that she should probably get away from. It is literally a death cult. I assume she's just going to use her training for her own purposes once she inevitably splits.