Game of Thrones s6e10 "The Winds of Winter" gifs and memes
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Game of Thrones!
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All hail Jon of the Houses Targaryen and Stark, the Resurrected, the First of His Name, the White Wolf, King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Protector of the Realm, Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, Lord of Winterfell, Warden of the North, King in the North, Beater of Bastards, Friend of the Free Folk, and Knower of Nothing!
RIP: Tommen, Margaery, High Sparrow, Loras, Lancel, Mace, Kevan, Pycelle, Walder Frey and the shifty twins (also I guess Lyanna?)
This has got to be the deadliest episode yet for characters with names.
producers: we need to substantially cut actor costs for the final two seasons.
Cersei: SAY NO MORE
Loved how Arya killed Walder Frey the same way He killed Catelyn. You reap what you sow I guess.
Also, Jamie started this whole chain of events by pushing Bran off the ledge and now his son jumped off. Full circle.
There were three ways the guests of the Red Wedding were killed: by crossbow fire, by being stabbed in the gut, and by having their throats slit.
Tywin Lannister was killed by crossbow fire. Roose Bolton was stabbed in the gut. Walder Frey had his throat slit.
You're absolutely right. You reap what you sow.
What should we call Cersei's scheme on the Sept that matches the name of the Red Wedding? The Green Trial?
Tommen took "King's Landing" too literally.
It was a Lyanna who protected Jon when he was born.
And it was another Lyanna who protected his right to be king.
"YOU REFUSED THE CALL" - Lyanna Mormont
Hello. My name is Arya Stark. You killed my mother. You killed my brother. Prepare to die.
Soundtrack of the first 20 minutes: "Light of the Seven"
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I missed this in the Tower of Joy scene:
EW “Winds of Winter” finale coverage: Here’s star Natalie Dormer revealing her feelings about her character’s tragic end. Here’s star Lena Headey with her thoughts on those huge game-changing twists (she doesn’t think she’ll last long!). And star Emilia Clarke making her bold season 7 predictions (she agrees with Headey). Plus there’s our ultra deep-dive recap with our opinions on the finale. Our breakdown of that Tower of Joy reveal. Maisie Williams reveals who Arya should kill next. And our Game of Thrones Weekly podcast.
Young Ned put Arthur Dayne's bloody sword near Lyanna's bed. The sword that was supposedly forged from a fallen star.
"Born under a bleeding star"
Another Azor Ahai point for Jon Sn-- Targaryen.
Edit: Source at 2:41
Season 1 episode 10 vs Season 6 episode 10:
Best season finale ever, but...
Where is the Hound? Where is the Brotherhood without Banners? Why did they reintroduce them this season only to leave that plot hanging?
Why doesn't Coldhands bring Bran back to the Wall?
Didn't the Arya scene seem rushed and how did she get there so quickly from Braavos?
Speaking of which how did Varys get to Dorne and back so quickly?
Why do Jon and Davos let Melisandre go?
Why does Sansa let Littlefinger live?
Who are these "so many enemies" Jon Snow talks of besides Cersei and the White Walkers?
No LHS? Where is Brienne?
Where is Jorah?
And why was the Tower of Joy scene so anticlimactic?
Who's still on Arya's kill list?
Cersei. The Mountain. Ilyn Payne.
Maybe not Melisandre, Beric, or Thoros if she can find Gendry again.
And probably not The Hound.
When Sam visits the Citadel Library he sees the sun...
I heard once that the series, a game of thrones, is a story being told. An account of the events that shook westoros and the rest of the world. When the final scene cues, we'll see an old man telling the story to some curious children, he tells a story of bastard Kings and dragon Queens, of legends and warriors, of Winter and the night that followed, the age of heroes, a song of Ice and Fire.
:) "I was like, OH MY GOD ITS THE THINGY FROM THE TITLE!"
That's one way to go.
I just realized Cersei's children and father were buried in the Sept.
She burned them to ashes, too.
It shows her nihilistic worldview!
Who hurt you, Cersei?!
The Starks hate Cersei.
The Tyrell's hate Cersei.
Dorne hates Cersei.
The Tullys hate Cersei.
Arya hates Cersei.
The Hound hates Cersei.
Sansa hates Cersei.
Littlefinger hates Cersei.
Varys and Tyrion hate Cersei.
Daenerys hates Cersei.
Is it basically Cersei plus The Mountain against EVERYONE in season 7?
Or are we setting up for Cersei to marry Euron to make it a good fight?