Jon, presumably. And then Sansa watched as they licked Ramsey to death. It was great.
Maybe don't rape people!
@Chillin on Altis, *do
@Chillin on Altis, this would solve half of the game of thrones problems
@Michael Fassbender, No! Bad Fassbender! Go back to your set!
@Michael Fassbender, Erik no
@Chillin on Altis, I feel like this was a normal thing in mid evil times, especially for newly married individuals
@PTMA, yea destroying your new husbands army was a pretty commonplace practice
@Lord Commander Snow, hey you scuffed it up. You fell right into his trap too if it weren't for Sansa you'd be dead
@Chillin on Altis, Ramsay was he husband though
@Lord Commander Snow, so?
@Chillin on Altis, everybody we have 10 minutes until the finale
"Don't worry love. Calvary's here!"
@Sam da ram, I laugh because of what that actually means.
@Sam da ram, *cavalry
@Sam da ram, thanks Tracer.
@Sam da ram, That's... Oddly well suited for the gif. Well, keep calm and Tracer on.
I loved Ramsey. He was such a sick cunt that he was so awesome as a villain
@Phil Mike Hunt, i love how the most hated characters in this series are like the nicest people in real life.
@Phil Mike Hunt, like he was so evil he brought depth to the showy favourite character
@Phil Mike Hunt, what do you mean, loveD??
@NunuGod, in the behind the episode, Iwan says that he wanted to get killed via dragon
@CynicalSir, ummm.... Ummm. Hey look a dragon
@NunuGod, Jack Gleeson (Joffrey) was really cool too
@Frankito, OMG I ONLY EVER SEE "BARRY" WHEN I SEE THIS ACTOR. THANK YOU.
The one true Queen of the North
TOMORROW IS SEASON FINALE!
Complaining about a season that's not over is like objectively riding a roller coaster not for fun, but to assess the areas of which it could improve. I just enjoy the ride.
This season really has been unbearable
@Vesrox, depends for who and in what way.
@Vesrox, i agree the season sucks for book readers.
@Vesrox, other than that there rly isnt that much of a problem.
@NunuGod, this season is boring and poorly written
@Vesrox, for the season as a whole I agree it was a bit boring but the Battle of the Bastards episode was one of my favorites of the whole series
@Lord Commander Snow, I couldn't stand it. It was horribly shot and the battle was won with a Deus Ex machina
@Lord Commander Snow, Bastardbowl was EXTREMELY satisfying
@Vesrox, what? Do you understand what Deus ex Machina even means? Because that's not what happened lol. Also please give more evidence as to why this season is bad other than " I in all my "wisdom" think it's poorly written"
@Captain TR8R, it was a Deus Ex machina, the Knights of the Vale came out of nowhere and saved the day. As for the season being bad, it's mostly just been boring. Especially compared to seasons 1-4.
@Vesrox, no no no no no... Clearly you did not pay attention. The Knights of the Vale where an obvious addition to the battle ever since Sansa secretly wrote to Littlefinger a couple episodes prior when the northern houses were refusing to join Jon and her. It was actually a predictable and realistic outcome, therefore literally the opposite of a deus ex Machina. And I'm sorry u thought this season was boring, I guess plot lines being advanced and wrapped up doesn't appeal to some people 😕
@Captain TR8R, I mean it was kind of a deus ex machina. All was lost and then the Knights swept in and killed everyone. I still loved it but that's what it was.
@Vesrox, I have to disagree with you about it being poorly shot. That was an intentional effort to bring to life the chaotic mess that was medieval battle and it personally had me on the edge of my seat the whole battle. Plus Dany finally getting her damn fleet and sailing for westeros made made me so happy
@Lord Commander Snow, I was a fan of Dany finally sailing west, but if a battle is shot so that you can't tell what's happening (in my opinion) it's poorly shot (also medieval battle wasn't just people running into each other wildly).
@Lord Commander Snow, a deus ex Machina is an expected event saving the day, usually in some unlikely or asinine way. As I have shown the arrival of the Vale was not unexpected. It was easily predicted and expected actually. So it doesn't fit the definition of deus ex Machina at all. I'm sorry but it just doesn't. You can call a cat a dog all day, it doesn't change what it is.
@Vesrox, eh different strokes for different folks I suppose.
@Captain TR8R, *unexpected event
@Lord Commander Snow, my biggest problem though is just how slow and boring everything has been. There's so many plot lines in different places that everyone only gets a few minutes every episode, and in the time they do get barely anything happens.
@Captain TR8R, from what I recall a dues ex machina only has to be unexpected by the characters and Ramsay and Jon were quite surprised. It's a case of dramatic irony in that we see it coming but the characters are largely unaware (because no one has scouts apparently?). Perhaps I'm wrong, but that's the definition I remember
@Captain TR8R, I'm now curious of the official definition and it's not exactly clear from a quick Google search on whether it needs to be a surprise to audience or just characters
@Vesrox, I don't entirely disagree. I think many plots are beginning to converge though so I'm hopeful for the rest of the series. Books are better imo
@Vesrox, there has always been a myriad of plotlines all across the world though. That's been a factor from Season 1. In fact this Season has started to end plotlines or converge them to cut down on the jumping around. I.E dany is coming to westeros, Tyrion is with her, Arya is coming to westeros, Jon and Sansa are together, Brienne is heading back to Sansa, bran is coming back south, etc etc etc
@Lord Commander Snow, still waiting on Winds of Winter
@Lord Commander Snow, Ramsay didn't have scouts out because he didn't think he had to worry about that, and Jon couldn't spare anyone to be a scout. I like the books as well but Martin is an annoyingly lazy writer
@Captain TR8R, on that we can agree. It sucks I probably won't be able to read a dream of spring until I'm over 30 lol assuming Martin makes it that long
@Lord Commander Snow, I know I'm convinced he waited for the show to pass him so he could get story ideas because he didn't know how to end his story. I'm sure that's not true but it's my little belligerent pet theory
@Lord Commander Snow, I will say I was very sad Victarion wasn't in the show. He would've probably been too badass for everyone else tho hehe
@Captain TR8R, lol yea I mean the shows credited him with some of the more major plot points. I'm still salty about how poorly they handled the dornish plot
@Captain TR8R, the show originally really just had Lannisters, Starks, Jon, and Dany. Now it has Bran, Arya, Jamie, Brennie, Sam, Dany, Jon and Sansa, the hound, and Theon (I feel like I'm forgetting another but perhaps not). It is bringing them together but they're still not together until next season. And barely anything happens when any of them do get screen time. Jon and Sansa have spent almost the entire season planning on taking winterfell, Cersei has spent the whole season plotting on defeating the high sparrow, Dany has spent almost the whole season captured by the dothraki, etc.
@Lord Commander Snow, yeah that's why season 5 was my least favorite
@Vesrox, the issue they're probably encountering is trying to get in enough of Martins books without slowing the plot down too much. There's so much going on in the books which can move slower because they are books that a show is struggling to both hold everyone's interest and do the series justice
@Vesrox, but all of the plotlines you mention started seasons ago?? So I'm confused why you are tying them to season 6 and why you think it's boring?? Either I missed something or it's just too late for this haha
@Captain TR8R, I'm blaming a lot on it being 4AM. Anyway I thought season 5 was pretty bad as well which is where a couple of them started. It's just with season 6 everything is dragging on I guess.