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Game of Thrones | Season 8 Episode 6 | Preview (HBO)

Dodano: 2019-05-13

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Opis materiału Game of Thrones | Season 8 Episode 6 | Preview (HBO)


                  The final season of Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9PM on HBO.                

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Oxana
GOT fans before May 2019: You should absolutely watch this show!!GOT fans after May 2019: You should watch this show, but I have to warn you about the ending...
lusss Lus
Fuck fuck fuck D&D HBO please new alternative season
Unicornio Verde Rojoviejo
Littlefinger is alive and is using Bran's face to rule the Seven Kingdoms (following season 7 and pairing it with the events of season 8)Just remember that in season 7 there were many scenes that could only have as purpose to explain LF's fake death, like the scene with LF giving to the faceless woman (?) a coin from Braavos. Now we know for sure this because in season 8 this woman didn't have any relevance, so the only mystery hiding behind this scene can be LF's being alive. To explain why Bran can't choose to kill LF and become king it's a task of hard rational thinking. To explain Bran's behaviour after he became the Three Eyed Raven, the best thing to say it's that his experience was mixed with all of the experiences (or history) in the world in present and past, meaning that he has no longer has a personality and that he's not a human anymore (even when having a lot of knowledge, he isn't capable of giving affection or showing free will). When Bran says that Chaos is a Ladder, he's actually referring directly to LF's phrase. The reason of why does he think in a similar way that LF does, it's because he has seen through all of his history, and may have concluded that his way of thinking and acting it's the best for the Seven Kingdoms. If Bran can do the same as LF, why can't he be ruler of the Seven Kingdoms? It's because, as I said before, he doesn't has free will. When Bran became the Three Eyed Raven, all of the knowledge from the past Three Eyed Raven was transferred to him, but that means that their objectives were transferred as well. The previous Raven hadn't never contacted any human in a thousand years, and he only did it when the NK was coming, meaning that his only purpose it's to maintain the records of history and to defeat the NK. Bran can't decide to live his own life because he can't change the history and probably, to stay safe, he had to return where no one could ever find him (because he could get killed at any moment, or not be capable of avoiding his death). That means that, because Bran is the Three Eyed Raven, he can't have the role to rule the human world. Consider that even if this seems really strange, remember that writers are just playing with the little bits of information that we had about the Raven, so putting Bran as the king is a good trick on their part, because if LF was the king it would be tough to understand and LF and Bran are very similar, anyways (LF is the main villain but they don't want to tell us that he is also the protagonist, it would be a big spoiler for the books) Another small explanation it's that the magic creatures are supposed to have some limitations. One of the limitations of Bran, for example, is that he can't see the future, only predict it with some certainty through visions. Like LF said, the future is something we have seen before. If Bran is supposed to have some limitations, he can't have the most powerful position in GoT because he's the most powerful magical character after the dragons. It would be an incoherence to his role and would lost any kind of comparison to the real life, because there's no king that knew all about past and present, and had that kind of omnimiscent powers.For what I´ve said before, if Bran considers LF to be a good ruler, then there's no reason to kill him. When he accused him of betraying Ned Stark, he was just pretending that he didn't know about LF faking his death (he didn't even cared about the crimes he made), and didn't alert anyone from this fact later in the series. LF waited to Daenerys and Jon to lose their position as the rightful rulers, and before Bran was chosen, he changed positions with Bran (probably Bran contacted him first through visions, letters, etc.). If LF didn't knew how to use a face from the alive (he could have because his grandfather was from Braavos and he had a connection to the faceless man), Bran could have shown him how to do it, because he knows everything about the faceless man. There are a lot more of hints and details that can proof this hidden ending, like when you see Bran smiling in a very Littlefingerish way, but you know that Bran can't actually smile. Probably is the most powerful detail in the last episode. Remember: the devil is in the details. The true masterpiece of the GoT's writing is hiding in the shadows. I discussed it Neo´s channel too, so me may also talk about it. If you make a video about this foreshadowed secret ending, I would like to have just an honorific mention lol I´m just a big fan of GoT and I want to reveal what a masterpiece were those writers hiding to use (and maybe also ruining their plans lol).
Irene Valverde
Soundtrack???
1000subs without video
I love got❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Noname Private
GoT is why I kept my subscription up.I WANT MY MONEY BACK. Worst ever final season in history of television
tatt oo sticker
David Benioff and D. B. Weiss are the most disappointed directors in the history of television.
SkreltNL
Twilight had a better love story than Game of Thrones.
Tu Pimp A Caterpillar
Loved the Finale , been watching since 2011!! Never thought it was possible to deliver such epicness to tv after reading the books!! 🔥🔥Thank you!! Looking forward to the prequels
Walid Akrmi
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