History Narm / GameOfThrones

18th Jul '16 9:23:08 PM NightShade96
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* Jon's race into every single arrow Ramsey's army can fire, none of them coming anywhere close (along with several hitting Rickon's body, like they were actually aiming for it). It's rather fitting that after three seasons of increasingly ridiculous PlotArmor, Ramsey could only be defeated by someone whose own Armor was even more absurd.

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* Jon's race into every single arrow Ramsey's Ramsay's army can fire, none of them coming anywhere close (along with several hitting Rickon's body, like they were actually aiming for it). It's rather fitting that after three seasons of increasingly ridiculous PlotArmor, Ramsey Ramsay could only be defeated by someone whose own Plot Armor was even more absurd.



* Keeping up with the show's tradition concerning most of the scenes involving dogs, the moments before [[spoiler:Ramsay's death]] are hilarious to anyone familiar with dog expressions - the supposed "beast" gives off ''tremendous'' PuppyDogEyes that are cleraly full of love, not bloodthirst.

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* Keeping up with the show's tradition concerning most of the scenes involving dogs, the moments before [[spoiler:Ramsay's death]] are hilarious to anyone familiar with dog expressions - the supposed "beast" gives off ''tremendous'' PuppyDogEyes that are cleraly clearly full of love, not bloodthirst.



** How does Ellaria called out Varys? By ringing a bell. A bell which made it looked like she's calling the waiter to bring in some pizza. Since when is Varys, the Spider and former Master of Whisperers, treated like Ellaria’s personal butler?

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** How does Ellaria called call out Varys? By ringing a bell. A bell which made it looked like she's calling the waiter to bring in some pizza. Since when is Varys, the Spider and former Master of Whisperers, treated like Ellaria’s personal butler?



* Tommen's suicide is less disturbing and sad and more hilarious with how abruptly the kid just steps out the window and how still the camera is during all of it. Not to mention Tommen's calm and rather bored demeanor humorously turns the scene from "DrivenToSuicide after losing everything I love" to "[[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Fuck this I'm out]]".

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* Tommen's suicide is less disturbing and sad and more hilarious with how abruptly the kid just steps out the window and how still the camera is during all of it. Not to mention Tommen's calm and rather bored demeanor humorously turns the scene from "DrivenToSuicide after losing everything I love" to "[[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Fuck this this, I'm out]]".
15th Jul '16 10:04:47 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** YMMV to a degree. They both were at the brief meeting before the battle, and likely just recognize each other. And both have good reason to kill the other. Jon would see Smalljon as a traitor to the Starks, and Smalljon would recognize Jon as a significant threat and [[BloodKnight a worthy opponent.]]
10th Jul '16 6:58:30 PM Elysium94
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** YMMV to a degree. They both were at the brief meeting before the battle, and likely just recognize each other. And both have good reason to kill the other. Jon would see Smalljon as a traitor to the Starks, and Smalljon would recognize Jon as a significant threat and [[BloodKnight a worthy opponent.]]
6th Jul '16 6:38:03 AM Tianzi
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* Keeping up with the show's tradition concerning most of the scenes involving dogs, the moments before [[spoiler:Ramsay's death]] are hilarious to anyone familiar with dog expressions - the supposed "beast" gives off ''tremendous'' PuppyDogEyes that are cleraly full of love, not bloodthirst.
5th Jul '16 6:50:10 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* Ramsay's VillainSue-ness really goes overboard this season; he sabotages and derails Stannis's ''entire'' war effort and storyline with 20 unspotted men in an offscreen moment, somehow destroying the food supplies of an army of thousands, their siege weapons, setting fire to tents, and killing and running off hundreds of horses, and not only do they not face any resistance when carrying out this act, they somehow ''avoid being spotted at all''. This ninja attack is so outlandish that many don't take it seriously and view it as surreal comedy.

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* Ramsay's VillainSue-ness really goes overboard this season; he sabotages and derails Stannis's ''entire'' war effort and storyline with 20 unspotted men in an offscreen moment, somehow destroying the food supplies of an army of thousands, their siege weapons, setting fire to tents, and killing and running off hundreds of horses, and not only do they not face any ''any'' resistance when carrying out this act, they somehow ''avoid being spotted at all''. This ninja attack is so outlandish that many don't take it seriously and view it as surreal comedy.
5th Jul '16 6:48:11 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* Ramsay's VillainSue-ness really goes overboard this season; he sabotages and derails Stannis's ''entire'' war effort and storyline with 20 unspotted men in an offscreen moment, somehow destroying the food supplies of an army of thousands, their siege weapons, setting fire to tents and killing and running off hundreds of horses, and not only do they not face any resistance, they somehow ''avoid being spotted at all''. This ninja attack is so outlandish that many don't take it seriously and view it as surreal comedy.

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* Ramsay's VillainSue-ness really goes overboard this season; he sabotages and derails Stannis's ''entire'' war effort and storyline with 20 unspotted men in an offscreen moment, somehow destroying the food supplies of an army of thousands, their siege weapons, setting fire to tents tents, and killing and running off hundreds of horses, and not only do they not face any resistance, resistance when carrying out this act, they somehow ''avoid being spotted at all''. This ninja attack is so outlandish that many don't take it seriously and view it as surreal comedy.
5th Jul '16 6:47:24 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* Ramsay's VillainSue-ness really goes overboard this season; he sabotages and derails Stannis's ''entire'' war effort and storyline with 20 unspotted men in an offscreen moment, somehow destroying the food supplies of an army of thousands, their siege weapons, setting fire to tents and killing hundreds of horses, and nobody seeing them. This ninja attack is so outlandish that many don't take it seriously and view it as surreal comedy.

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* Ramsay's VillainSue-ness really goes overboard this season; he sabotages and derails Stannis's ''entire'' war effort and storyline with 20 unspotted men in an offscreen moment, somehow destroying the food supplies of an army of thousands, their siege weapons, setting fire to tents and killing and running off hundreds of horses, and nobody seeing them.not only do they not face any resistance, they somehow ''avoid being spotted at all''. This ninja attack is so outlandish that many don't take it seriously and view it as surreal comedy.
3rd Jul '16 6:38:53 PM EricNeoMatrix
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* Tommen's suicide is less disturbing and sad and more hilarious with how abruptly the kid just steps out the window and how still the camera is during all of it. Not to mention Tommen's calm and rather bored demeanor turns it from DrivenToSuicide to ScrewThisImOuttaHere.

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* Tommen's suicide is less disturbing and sad and more hilarious with how abruptly the kid just steps out the window and how still the camera is during all of it. Not to mention Tommen's calm and rather bored demeanor humorously turns it the scene from DrivenToSuicide "DrivenToSuicide after losing everything I love" to ScrewThisImOuttaHere."[[ScrewThisImOuttaHere Fuck this I'm out]]".
1st Jul '16 9:58:52 AM CommanderBLAARGH
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** TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot - Pycelle is the Grand Maester, and so likely had some say in stripping Qyburn of his Maester's chain. Why didn't they expound on this instead of just copypasting the Varys/Kevan scene over these two?
30th Jun '16 4:29:25 PM EricNeoMatrix
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* The execution of Tommen's suicide is less disturbing and sad and made hilarious with how abruptly the kid just steps out the window and how still the camera is during all of it. Not to mention Tommen's calm demeanor turns it from DrivenToSuicide to ScrewThisImOuttaHere.

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* The execution of Tommen's suicide is less disturbing and sad and made more hilarious with how abruptly the kid just steps out the window and how still the camera is during all of it. Not to mention Tommen's calm and rather bored demeanor turns it from DrivenToSuicide to ScrewThisImOuttaHere.
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