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* MemeticMutation: Ramsay's [[DiabolusExMachina 20 Good Men]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J18BUtJbzuc capable of]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXSADDAiTk8 accomplishing]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA anything]].

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* MemeticMutation: Ramsay's [[VillainSue Ramsay's]] [[DiabolusExMachina 20 Good Men]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J18BUtJbzuc capable of]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXSADDAiTk8 accomplishing]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA anything]].


* MemeticMutation: Ramsay's [[DiabolusExMachina 20 Good Men]], capable of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXSADDAiTk8 accomplishing]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA anything]].

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* MemeticMutation: Ramsay's [[DiabolusExMachina 20 Good Men]], capable of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J18BUtJbzuc capable of]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXSADDAiTk8 accomplishing]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA anything]].


* JerkassWoobie: Cersei, Cersei, Cersei... you made your own bed and now you lie in it. You had it coming, but it's hard not to feel sorry for you rotting in your cell while your son is in despair and your house of cards collapses.


* MemeticMutation: [[VillainSue Ramsay]]'s [[DiabolusExMachina 20 Good Men]], capable of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXSADDAiTk8 accomplishing]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA anything]].

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* MemeticMutation: [[VillainSue Ramsay]]'s Ramsay's [[DiabolusExMachina 20 Good Men]], capable of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXSADDAiTk8 accomplishing]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA anything]].

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* MemeticMutation: [[VillainSue Ramsay]]'s [[DiabolusExMachina 20 Good Men]], capable of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXSADDAiTk8 accomplishing]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA anything]].


* OneSceneWonder: Karsi, the female wildling chief. She won't be making any future appearances (at least alive), but she's well-liked by the audiences. Especially notable as there was a whole AmazonBrigade introduced earlier this season who were [[TheScrappy not nearly as well-received]].

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* OneSceneWonder: Karsi, the female wildling chief. She won't be making any future appearances (at least alive), but she's well-liked by the audiences. Especially notable as there was a whole AmazonBrigade introduced earlier this season who were [[TheScrappy not nearly as well-received]].well-received.


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* OneSceneWonder: Karsi, the female wildling chief. She won't be making any future appearances (at least alive), but she's well-liked by the audiences. Especially notable as there a whole AmazonBrigade introduced earlier this season who were [[TheScrappy not nearly as well-received]].

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* OneSceneWonder: Karsi, the female wildling chief. She won't be making any future appearances (at least alive), but she's well-liked by the audiences. Especially notable as there was a whole AmazonBrigade introduced earlier this season who were [[TheScrappy not nearly as well-received]].


** As of Dragonstone [[spoiler: at least three.]]


* BrokenBase: While the over all reception of the episode had been extremely positive, especially for the battle sequence, there has been some vocal concern over the possibility of the series veering into ZombieApocalypse territory and then general exhaustion over that trope.

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** As of Dragonstone [[spoiler: at least three.]]


** Does Tyrion advise the queen banish Jorah Mormont because he believes it's best for her, or because he wants to ensure he's the only advisor with knowledge of Westeros?

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** Does Tyrion advise the queen Dany banish Jorah Mormont because he believes it's best for her, or because he wants to ensure he's the only advisor she has with knowledge of Westeros?


* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Was the Night's King holding back his waterfall of reinforcements a case of the VillainBall, or is the Army of the Dead not as limitless as the White Walkers would have others believe? After all, while the living might rally more troops in the face of defeat, the White Walkers can ''only'' gain more soldiers by killing their enemies.

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Was the Night's King holding back his waterfall of reinforcements a case of the VillainBall, or is the Army of the Dead not as limitless as the White Walkers would have others believe? After all, while the living might rally more troops in the face of defeat, the White Walkers can ''only'' gain more soldiers by killing their enemies.enemies.
** Does Tyrion advise the queen banish Jorah Mormont because he believes it's best for her, or because he wants to ensure he's the only advisor with knowledge of Westeros?


** The battle itself comes basically out of nowhere. Especially considering that [[GenreSavvy most viewers]] were probably expecting it more from [[WhamEpisode episode 9]].

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** The battle itself comes basically out of nowhere. Especially considering that [[GenreSavvy most viewers]] viewers were probably expecting it more from [[WhamEpisode episode 9]].


* {{Narm}}: Daenerys' grand claim that she intends to "break the wheel" of the millennia-old social structure of the entire ''continent'' of Westeros. While very in character and in line with other blowhard speeches of hers, it becomes laughably silly when you remember that the main focus of her story for much of the last two seasons has been her inability to successfully root out resistance and establish a totally new social structure within a ''single city''.

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