History Recap / GameOfThronesS2E10ValarMorghulis

13th Mar '16 6:25:54 PM LtFedora
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It screams and points its spear at the Fist of the First Men, and the camera pans out to show a shamble[[note]]new collective noun for any zombies or undead, nominated by Tropers/SlvstrChung[[/note]] of wights, supported by Others, advancing on the position. As the camera pulls back, the army is shown to be larger than previously believed...and it's getting larger...and larger...''[[ZombieApocalypse and larger]]''...

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It The demon gets a clear look at Sam, trying in vain to hide behind a rock and quite visibly terrified beyond anything in his life. After a tense moment, it ignores him, then screams and points its spear at the Fist of the First Men, and the camera pans out to show a shamble[[note]]new collective noun for any zombies or undead, nominated by Tropers/SlvstrChung[[/note]] of wights, supported by Others, advancing on the position. As the camera pulls back, the army is shown to be larger than previously believed...and it's getting larger...and larger...''[[ZombieApocalypse and larger]]''...
12th Sep '15 2:41:56 PM Morgenthaler
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* IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer: A non-verbal version. After Loras unhappily offers his sister as a bride to Joffrey, he then stands protectively behind Margaery and stares defiantly in Joffrey's direction. The boy-king is only paying attention to Margaery at this point, so he doesn't get the message, but Loras is warning Joffrey that he had better not harm his sister.



* MySisterIsOffLimits: A non-verbal version. After Loras unhappily offers his sister as a bride to Joffrey, he then stands protectively behind Margaery and stares defiantly in Joffrey's direction. The boy-king is only paying attention to Margaery at this point, so he doesn't get the message, but Loras is warning Joffrey that he had better not harm his sister.
18th Jul '15 3:24:25 PM Morgenthaler
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* SickbedSlaying: Tyrion is GenreSavvy enough to be worried when he wakes up to the sight of the man he previously screwed over.

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* SickbedSlaying: Tyrion is GenreSavvy keen enough to be worried when he wakes up to the sight of the man he previously screwed over.
18th Jul '15 3:19:28 PM Morgenthaler
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* GenreSavvy: The three Stark soldiers that Brienne and Jaime run into.
** Dany recognizes Drogo and Rhego and the throne room as visions or deceptions.
8th Jul '15 4:25:00 PM Vox
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** In the books the Ironborn left at Winterfell actually ''were'' eager to die fighting and go out in a blaze of glory, and don't betray Theon.
9th Mar '15 12:26:18 PM CommanderBLAARGH
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Five hundred northmen, led by the still-unnamed and unseen Ramsay Snow, the Bastard of the Dreadfort, have surrounded '''Winterfell''', and are [[LoudOfWar blowing horns]] at all hours to keep the defenders awake and unnerve them. In Theon's case, [[SanitySlippage it's working]]: "I will kill that man. I don't care how many arrows they feather me with, how many spears they run through me, I will ''kill'' that horn-blowing cunt before I fall." Maester Luwin stands by, trying to help as best he can, but Theon is in no mood for it. Theon reminisces on the first time he saw Winterfell (interrupted on occasion by aforementioned horn-blowing cunt) and his feelings during his childhood: "Know what it's like to be told [[TheResenter how lucky you are]] to be [[IHaveYourWife someone's prisoner]]? To be told how much you owe them? And then to go back home [[WellDoneSonGuy to your real father]]?" Who [[TheUnfavorite thinks you weak and soft]], he has no need to say; and Luwin doesn't say it. Instead he counsels that Theon take the black, which will wash out his past crimes--of which there are [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone quite a few]].

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Five hundred northmen, led by the still-unnamed and unseen Ramsay Snow, the Bastard of the Dreadfort, have surrounded '''Winterfell''', and are [[LoudOfWar blowing horns]] at all hours to keep the defenders awake and unnerve them. In Theon's case, [[SanitySlippage it's working]]: "I will kill that man. man! I don't care how many arrows they feather me with, how many spears they run through me, swear it by the Drowned God, the Old Gods, the New Gods, by every FUCKING god in every FUCKING heaven, I will ''kill'' that horn-blowing cunt before I fall." Maester Luwin stands by, trying to help as best he can, but Theon is in no mood for it. Theon reminisces on the first time he saw Winterfell (interrupted on occasion by aforementioned horn-blowing cunt) and his feelings during his childhood: "Know what it's like to be told [[TheResenter how lucky you are]] to be [[IHaveYourWife someone's prisoner]]? To be told how much you owe them? And then to go back home [[WellDoneSonGuy to your real father]]?" Who [[TheUnfavorite thinks you weak and soft]], he has no need to say; and Luwin doesn't say it. Instead he counsels that Theon take the black, which will wash out his past crimes--of which there are [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone quite a few]].
3rd Sep '14 2:11:09 AM TheBateman
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** For all who know what it means, [[TheDreaded three blasts]].
17th Aug '14 11:16:11 PM vifetoile
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* BadFuture: Daenerys gets a glimpse of one while in the House of the Undying: She walks into the throne room in the Red Keep. She's the only one there, with absolutely no one to stop her from sitting upon the Iron Throne if that's what she wants. But it's a throne room in ruins, with the roof collapsed in on itself and exposed to the open sky. And [[ArcWords winter has come]].
** Some fans have interpreted it not as a throne room covered in snow, but rather in ''ashes'', as if the warlocks are trying to tell Dany that to take the Iron Throne, she would have to burn it, so she may as well stay in the House of the Undying.
*** Except that icicles can be seen hanging off the braziers.

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* BadFuture: Daenerys gets a glimpse of one while in the House of the Undying: She walks into the throne room in the Red Keep. She's the only one there, with absolutely no one to stop her from sitting upon the Iron Throne if that's what she wants. But it's a throne room in ruins, with the roof collapsed in on itself and exposed to the open sky. And are those ashes spiraling down? No... it's snow. For [[ArcWords winter has come]].
** Some fans have interpreted it not as a throne room covered in snow, but rather in ''ashes'', as if the warlocks are trying to tell Dany that to take the Iron Throne, she would have to burn it, so she may as well stay in the House of the Undying.
*** Except that icicles can be seen hanging off the braziers.
come]].
17th Aug '14 11:14:14 PM vifetoile
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** And also to symbolize that, without Tyrion's influence, King's Landing is going to start sliding into the brown stuff.

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** And also to symbolize that, without Tyrion's influence, King's Landing is going to start sliding into the brown stuff. And it suggests that Tywin is "marking his territory," so to speak.
6th Aug '14 7:54:28 PM YourMindAches
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** The horn is this in-universe for Theon.
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