I’m fucking over game of thrones

Seriously, spoilers:

but what the fuck? red wedding indeed, what the FUCK.


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    ColdWarBatman

    As i am indeed shocked by it too.. this is game of thrones… Cool people die sometimes

    no

    The best part are the tards on twitter going “why would you ruin the show!”

    Wetwrks

    Obviously you haven’t read the book. LOL

    nbdy

    Game of Thrones: Where Everyone Dies
    i mean, the first season when Ned got killed should have been a hint as to what to expect in the rest of the series.

    MonkeyHitman

    that fact that the baby got named ned should have been a giveaway

    slimnoche

    Red Wedding on HBO PG-13
    Red Wedding in Book NC-17

    When I read the Red Wedding, I knew from that point on no one was safe.

    You think all you have seen so far is crazy? It only gets worst buddy…buckle up its gonna be a bumpy ride.

    Nurgen

    Episodes like this are why I love Game of Thrones, not because I LIKE it when major characters die gruesome deaths, but because it adds weight to everything that happens. In almost every other TV show you never truly feel like an important character is ever in danger, so a last second escape from peril is a ho-hum event.
    Watching Game of Thrones (especially having not read the books), EVERYTHING feels like it matters. There are no neat wrap-ups at the end of the episodes, and when characters are in danger you totally feel it. Fucking awesome.

    guest

    That’s exactly the reason why I can never watch Game of Thrones (and occasionally hate Joss Whedon). A good story should be about how the characters SOLVE their problems in clever, unique, and/or dramatic ways. Not about how many characters are going to die because the writer couldn’t come up with a way to create drama other than torturing/killing characters we care about.

    WistfulD

    This series is loosely based on the War of the Roses, which was significantly MORE bloody, with worse betrayals and even less certainty of survival. While Whedon sometimes has done some clunky things (like getting romantic couples back together/finally together only to kill one off to add dramatic weight), all of Martin’s deaths seem to be well scripted plans to move the story along. Although I would make some changes in pacing (both Renly and Robb’s rebellions were crushed by book 3, leaving House Lannister to have to self-destruct in books 4+5 while Stannis, Daenerys, the white walkers, and possibly… Read more »

    draikyn

    “Once upon a time there was a place where awesome people lived, and they never got hurt or died and nothing bad ever happened and everything was awesome all the time.”

    OK, now tell me how much you’re willing to pay to read this story. Sounds like the best thing ever, right? Maybe you should stick to pokemon, where the worst that ever happens is fainting…

    notspamming

    So movie adaptation of the book, was following events in the book ?
    Teh Outrage !111

    mad_matt

    If you thought this was horrible your not gonna like what happens next.

    P41N90D

    Depends, awesome things are going to happen aswel

    slimnoche

    Something that will total redeem the show…

    Korinthian

    It was all a dream!

    slimnoche

    Much better, I will take the death of Robb for this…every time.

    HoChunk

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    przxqgl

    i’ve solved the problem of “being over” the game of thrones by never having become involved with it to begin with.

    theMuffinMan

    I knew something like this was coming since the episodes leading up to this one all ended relatively well (no cliffhangers, no major characters dyeing = acceptable endings). Frankly, I’m just in it to see Joffrey die in the same manner that Theon Greyjoy is currently experiencing. After that, I may stick around to see dragons.