History YMMV / GameOfThrones

28th Mar '17 12:54:32 AM TywinIsGod
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** The Season 6 finale establishes Cersei Lannister as one after [[BreakTheHaughty she got screwed over for three whole seasons]]: [[spoiler:she manages to destroy the entire Faith of the Seven and ensure her own return to power by not attending her own trial... with a little help from some wildfire]].
27th Mar '17 9:28:35 AM TywinIsGod
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** Ramsay goes from a BloodKnight badass MasterSwordsman in Season 4 to a DirtyCoward in Season 6 who goes down after a few hits to the face.
26th Mar '17 4:10:29 PM BB8ForPresident
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** Oddly enough the most popular Robb ship is Robb/Theon, despite Theon betraying him and allegedly murdering his younger brothers.

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** Oddly enough Robb/Theon is the most popular Robb ship is Robb/Theon, ship, despite Theon betraying him and allegedly murdering his younger brothers.
26th Mar '17 4:09:07 PM BB8ForPresident
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** Oddly enough the most popular Robb ship is Robb/Theon. (Despite Theon betraying him and allegedly murdering his younger brothers).
** Sansa has a few popular options, with Sandor/Sansa in particular having a lot of fans particularly in early seasons.

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** Oddly enough the most popular Robb ship is Robb/Theon. (Despite Robb/Theon, despite Theon betraying him and allegedly murdering his younger brothers).brothers.
** Sansa has a few popular options, with Sandor/Sansa in particular having a lot of fans particularly especially in early seasons.
26th Mar '17 4:07:45 PM BB8ForPresident
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** Following the two characters' (admittedly very charming) ''first interaction'' in "Battle of the Bastards", Yara/Daenerys rocketed immediately into popularity.



** Davos/Stannis has proven surprisingly, but undeniably, to be the most popular HoYay pairing so far.
** Oddly enough the most popular Robb ship is Robb/Theon. (Despite Theon betraying him and allegedly murdering his younger brothers).



** Davos/Stannis has proven surprisingly, but undeniably, to be the most popular HoYay pairing so far.



** Following the two characters' (admittedly very charming) ''first interaction'' in "Battle of the Bastards", Yara/Daenerys rocketed immediately into popularity.
26th Mar '17 4:04:38 PM BB8ForPresident
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** Brienne/Jaime and Sandor/Arya (despite being to some NoYay because of the age difference (in the books at least -- the actress in the show is considerably older when the Sandor/Arya scenes greatly increase by Season 3)) are popular {{BetaCouple}}s, mainly cause their both odd couples spending a lot of screen time alone traveling Westeros together.
** Margaery/Sansa has become the most popular LesYay pairing by far, and even given near-canon teasing. It also goes well with the canon Renly/Loras.

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** Brienne/Jaime and Sandor/Arya (despite being to some NoYay because of the age difference (in the books at least -- the actress in the show is considerably older when the Sandor/Arya scenes greatly increase by Season 3)) are popular {{BetaCouple}}s, mainly cause their both odd couples spending as they spend a lot of screen time alone traveling Westeros together.
together, and Brienne pushes Jaime to become a much better person than he is around Cersei.
** However coming out of nowhere in Season 6, and taking a surprising lead, Tormund/Brienne.
** Sansa has a few popular options, with Sandor/Sansa in particular having a lot of fans particularly in early seasons.
** Meanwhile
Margaery/Sansa has become the most popular LesYay pairing by far, and even given near-canon teasing. It also goes well with the canon Renly/Loras.Renly/Loras.
** Jon/Sansa is increasing popular for a crackship, since their very affectionate reunion in Season 6. [[spoiler: And made fortunately much less squicky with the reveal that they're actually cousins.]]



** In the ToyShip category, there's a sizable number rooting for Arya/Gendry.

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** In Arya/Gendry is the ToyShip category, there's a sizable number rooting for Arya/Gendry.most popular Arya ship, given their close friendship during everything they went through together.



** There's also Sandor/Sansa, a very popular ship.
** Coming out of nowhere in Season 6, and taking a surprising lead, Tormund/Brienne.



** Jon/Sansa is increasing popular for a crackship, since their very affectionate reunion in Season 6. [[spoiler: And made fortunately much less squicky with the reveal that they're actually cousins.]]
** Shireen Baratheon and Rickon Stark, even though they don't share screentime together, are very popular with shippers, possibly due to them both being TheWoobie and Shireen being a LonelyRichKid.

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** Jon/Sansa is increasing popular for a crackship, since their very affectionate reunion in Season 6. [[spoiler: And made fortunately much less squicky with the reveal that they're actually cousins.]]
** Shireen Baratheon and Rickon Stark, even though [[{{ShipsThatPassInTheNight}} they don't share screentime together, together]], are very popular with shippers, possibly due to them both being TheWoobie and Shireen being a LonelyRichKid.
21st Mar '17 10:37:50 PM littlewings
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: If Hollywood rumor is to be believed, Shonda Rhimes' firm ShondaLand wanted Sansa Stark and Daenerys to make a [[TheCameo cameo appearance]] in one of their shows, although it never even got to negotiation stage [[ScrewedByTheLawyers due to rights issues, presumably]].
21st Mar '17 5:44:12 PM TheFlash
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** Arya's journey in later seasons. She and the Hound spend ''the entirety'' of Season 4 traveling to the Vale and doing nothing plot-relevant. Then the majority of Season 5, she's either sweeping, sponging dead bodies, getting smacked around by either the Waif or "Jaqen H'ghar," or yelling, "Oysters, Clams and Cockles!" Finally, her Season 6 plot is basically an extended TrainingMontage. She does get some personal character exploration and certainly [[[{{TookALevelInBadass}} takes a level in badass]], but three seasons is a long time to be separated from any central story arcs, especially compared to the first three seasons, when she was much more connected with other characters (her imprisonment at Harrenhall and serving Twyin, meeting the Brotherhood, trying to return to Cat and Robb, and her ongoing friendship with Gendry).

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** Arya's journey in later seasons. She and the Hound spend ''the entirety'' of Season 4 traveling to the Vale and doing nothing plot-relevant. Then the majority of Season 5, she's either sweeping, sponging dead bodies, getting smacked around by either the Waif or "Jaqen H'ghar," or yelling, "Oysters, Clams and Cockles!" Finally, her Season 6 plot is basically an extended TrainingMontage. She does get some personal character exploration and certainly [[[{{TookALevelInBadass}} [[{{TookALevelInBadass}} takes a level in badass]], but three seasons is a long time to be separated from any central story arcs, especially compared to the first three seasons, when she was much more connected with other characters (her imprisonment at Harrenhall and serving Twyin, meeting the Brotherhood, trying to return to Cat and Robb, and her ongoing friendship with Gendry).
21st Mar '17 5:43:25 PM TheFlash
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** Arya's journey in later seasons: She and the Hound spend ''the entirety'' of Season 4 traveling to the Vale, and doing nothing plot relevant; then the majority of Season 5 she's either sweeping, sponging dead bodies or yelling, "Oysters, Clams and Cockles!" and her Season 6 plot is basically an extended TrainingMontage. She gets some personal character exploration and certainly [[[{{TookALevelInBadass}} takes a level in badass]] but three seasons is a long time to be separated from any central story arcs, especially compared to the first three seasons when she was much more connected with other characters. (Her imprisonment at Harrenhall and serving Twyin; meeting the Brotherhood; trying to return to Cat and Robb; and her ongoing friendship with Gendry).

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** Arya's journey in later seasons: seasons. She and the Hound spend ''the entirety'' of Season 4 traveling to the Vale, Vale and doing nothing plot relevant; then plot-relevant. Then the majority of Season 5 5, she's either sweeping, sponging dead bodies bodies, getting smacked around by either the Waif or "Jaqen H'ghar," or yelling, "Oysters, Clams and Cockles!" and Cockles!" Finally, her Season 6 plot is basically an extended TrainingMontage. She gets does get some personal character exploration and certainly [[[{{TookALevelInBadass}} takes a level in badass]] badass]], but three seasons is a long time to be separated from any central story arcs, especially compared to the first three seasons seasons, when she was much more connected with other characters. (Her characters (her imprisonment at Harrenhall and serving Twyin; Twyin, meeting the Brotherhood; Brotherhood, trying to return to Cat and Robb; Robb, and her ongoing friendship with Gendry).
19th Mar '17 4:18:28 AM Merseyuser1
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: If Hollywood rumor is to be believed, Shonda Rhimes' firm ShondaLand wanted Sansa Stark and Daenerys to make a [[TheCameo cameo appearance]] in one of their shows, although it never even got to negotiation stage [[ScrewedByTheLawyers due to rights issues, presumably]].
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