Game Of Thrones


Saint Cy of JFC

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Jaime will kill Cersei, Sansa will be pissed at Jon (AA reborn), Jon will have to kill somebody (Arga or Ghost?), Euron has a horn that's a dragon binder (supposedly), and will Bran lead the WW through the wall? Lannisters are screwed, they have nobody. Need to resolve the human battle quickly, then delve into humans vs WW.

If Jon kills anyone it's Sansa.
 


fgcamel

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Because people like him more and everyone hates her.

Bc the North loves Jon and not her. She'll pull a littlefinger. And littlefinger wants to put his little finger in her.

She seemed to be happy for him in that episode, and she's definitely shown she's not going to side with littlefinger.

She also hasn't seemed like the sort of person that needs people to praise her for quite a while. I think she just wants to feel safe more than anything now.

When is there any indication that people hate her?
 

Saint Cy of JFC

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She seemed to be happy for him in that episode, and she's definitely shown she's not going to side with littlefinger.

She also hasn't seemed like the sort of person that needs people to praise her for quite a while. I think she just wants to feel safe more than anything now.

When is there any indication that people hate her?

1. I think she is happy because Jon has said he doesnt want to be King or anything. He basically just wants to unite people against teh WW. That's all he really gives a **** about. So Sansa is like "Ahh shucks I get to be Queen?" but I think deep down she really wants it. Even though Jon might not really want it, the people are going to make him King because he is a natural leader and people respect him. Sansa might get jealous. IDK. That is the driving motivation behind LF's action, right?

2. Yeah, she has definitely gotten stronger, but I think she still yearns for some sort of power. She doesnt like LF or Ramsay, but she has shown traits of both the last few episodes. She lets dogs eat Ramsay to kill him (a Ramsay move) and she goes behind Jon's back and isn't honest with him (a LF move).

3. People don't seem to respect her. She tried to talk to those two houses (one was Marmont and the other I can't remember the name). Neither house leader seemed to very receptive to Sansa.
 

fgcamel

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1. I think she is happy because Jon has said he doesnt want to be King or anything. He basically just wants to unite people against teh WW. That's all he really gives a **** about. So Sansa is like "Ahh shucks I get to be Queen?" but I think deep down she really wants it. Even though Jon might not really want it, the people are going to make him King because he is a natural leader and people respect him. Sansa might get jealous. IDK. That is the driving motivation behind LF's action, right?

2. Yeah, she has definitely gotten stronger, but I think she still yearns for some sort of power. She doesnt like LF or Ramsay, but she has shown traits of both the last few episodes. She lets dogs eat Ramsay to kill him (a Ramsay move) and she goes behind Jon's back and isn't honest with him (a LF move).

3. People don't seem to respect her. She tried to talk to those two houses (one was Marmont and the other I can't remember the name). Neither house leader seemed to very receptive to Sansa.

I suppose it is all pretty much up for interpretation at this point, I do like the point about her showing traits of Ramsay and Littlefinger though, I hadn't really looked at it like that.

I would argue though, that Jon didn't get shown a lot of respect either when they went around trying to rally the houses.
 

Saint Cy of JFC

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I suppose it is all pretty much up for interpretation at this point, I do like the point about her showing traits of Ramsay and Littlefinger though, I hadn't really looked at it like that.

I would argue though, that Jon didn't get shown a lot of respect either when they went around trying to rally the houses.

Yeah but he has that respect now. How is Sansa going to get respect?
 

fishonjazz

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2) If Jon is Azor Ahai, he'll have to kill someone he loves.
I'm unfamiliar with this. Can you speak on it some more? (I remember azor ahai, the Prince that was promised, but don't remember much about him)
 

Saint Cy of JFC

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Also, the red lady send off was weird. Bravos was cool with her being around for a long time before he decided to send her off.

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green

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Also, the red lady send off was weird. Bravos was cool with her being around for a long time before he decided to send her off.

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I think he always assumed she killed the girl but he finally had proof.
 

Stoked

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I think he always assumed she killed the girl but he finally had proof.

He was patient. He needed her and now that need has passed so he was able to confront her without losing anything.
 

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