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There's a theory that Jon Snow has some special blood or something. But I'm glad he's alive, he's my favorite character.
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even though you said spoiler I still clicked on the link and am slowly regretting it rip


yea same here... oops... oh well I had an idea anyways

Posted 5/2/16
Another Spoiler

Jon Snow is in fact.

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Posted 5/2/16 , edited 5/2/16
Considering that Dondarion was revived within like 15 seconds after being murdered by The Hound, it's obvious that any "Fire/Myr Mage" could revive someone with a few whispers. Especially regarding the established strongest fire mage in the story (who killed like 3 kings just by throwing leeches into a fire and speaking their names).

There's already a living character that was super dead (Lady Stoneheart). I mean, Dondarion has died like 8 times!
So for there to be a living character who might've been dead isn't too incredible. Not to mention the white walkers.
That said, OMG WTF YES!!!
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Posted 5/2/16 , edited 5/2/16
It's too bad that George R.R. Martin fell behind on writing the spoilers for this series, which leaves me wondering if the continuation of the novel series will follow the TV series or go into a completely different direction altogether.

As for the second episode; I can hopefully watch it tonight.



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Also moving this thread to its appropriate place.
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Who cares for Jon Snow? The Tyrion-dragon moment finally happend ! I was waiting for it since season 1. I'm so happy right now .

As for Jon Snow, I'm not really happy with the current situation . It's not like it wasn't obvious that he would return (I wished he wouldn't) but the way he returned was pretty annoying. He's Jesus-Jon now.
Before he came back my biggest concern was that he will return as the great savior. A bastard, an outsider, one who devoted his life to protect the people, betrayed and killed by his own men rises from the dead to save humanity. And it seems like that's what's going to happen.
I still hope that I'm wrong because that could ruin the hole show for me.
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srlan23 wrote:

Who cares for Jon Snow? The Tyrion-dragon moment finally happend ! I was waiting for it since season 1. I'm so happy right now .

As for Jon Snow, I'm not really happy with the current situation . It's not like it wasn't obvious that he would return (I wished he wouldn't) but the way he returned was pretty annoying. He's Jesus-Jon now.
Before he came back my biggest concern was that he will return as the great savior. A bastard, an outsider, one who devoted his life to protect the people, betrayed and killed by his own men rises from the dead to save humanity. And it seems like that's what's going to happen.
I still hope that I'm wrong because that could ruin the hole show for me.


Most of the time I would agree with you. I hate when shows bring a character back from the dead, but GoT set the rules way back in season two that the dead could be brought back to life. And they brought back a very minor charater (Beric Dondarrion) the first time they did it so I was alright with it. Everyone knew it was coming. I'm just glad they did it in episode 2 instead of dragging it out all season long and trying to make a cliffhanger out of it because I could very easily see them going that route if they wanted.
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Posted 5/7/16

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It's more about the symbolic they used (when he died and when he was brought back to live) that bothers me. It was unnecessary christian. When a series is doing something like this it always feels like it's just fanservice for the christians or like they couldn't write something more creative.
I do understand why they need Jon Snow. He's the only character left to tell the story of the night's watch (and you have to tell at least a little bit more of it to end this storyline). I just don't see why it was necessary to kill him. Only to leave the watch? He's not exectaly popular. It's possible that if he would have requested to leave the watch, return to Winterfell (after he killed Ramsay of course ) to built up an army and support the night's watch he would have been allowed to. I mean there are zombies waiting for them and there are only a few men left. I think you can call this "special circumstances" and allow him to leave.
Right now it feels like he only died for the cliffhanger.
But doesn't matter what happens, please don't make him Jon Targaryen. There's no reason why he has to be one. It would be akward having this Disney like story in a series like GoT.
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