But winding your way thru a complex world as a knight, could you tell the difference in yourself between pride and honor?
Yes, GRRW maintained a theme of tearing down institutions. Try building a society without them.The Citadel is an Institution. The maesters bring medicine and learning and hold the kingdom together with their crows. Where would Westeros be without them?
I get the Batman reference
I mean no ending could've been worse than the actual ending
The maesters at the citadel were right though the arch maester said over and over "the wall has stood through it all" and he's right if Dany had never taken a Dragon to try and fight them they wouldn't have used it to destroy the wall
no one wins
Well, I’ve never been more convinced that this whole story, and probably Martin himself, is deeply misanthropic and nihilistic. No wonder I’ve never really totally liked the show, even when it was “good”.
Little did he know...
This video unfortunately did not age well. Thanks D&D.To clarify, matt pat made a great video as always but the show lost sight of what made it great
Chicken man throws chicken at em
Music too loud
Good video, but personally George R.R. Martin decides the end.
You guys. Stop the hate. We know it hasn't aged well but he said this is how it SHOULD end not how it WILL end. He literally said this. So it makes no sense for everybody to make Arya jokes.
Who came here after the last episode
Sad Matt pat never made a joke about game of theoryI know we're on film theory but ... Shut up
I wouldn't mind reading a fanfic with this concept
Even this ending would be way better
I loved GOT ending! Hear me out! LolBreaking of the Wheel.Dani's decent into madness was done over the course of episodes, since the beginning. Her speech about the breaking the wheel. How she kept making decisions using the wheel. How she was arrogant and that got both her dragons killed. How she was envious on Snows natural respected leadership. And how she burned varius..Let me define what the wheel is. The wheel is ruling out of fear and birthright.I loved her story because it's such a good tragedy.We become fond of her at first. She overcomes her brother's tyranny. She becomes the mother if dragons and a Queen. She frees the slaves.But from then on, she starts to rule out of fear, becoming the wheel she wants to break. John snow breaks it instead.The wheel is people who use fear to rule and birthright.John snow is not only seen as a bastard throughout the whole series (until the end) but commands natural respect and leadership.That's why it's such a good tragedy at the end because Dani wanted to break the wheel, but she IS the wheel. Snow compromised himself because he broke the wheel, by using the wheels tactics: Assassination. That's why he's depressed and conflicted. He questions if he did the right thing, because he uses the wheels tactics to break it.But if he didnt, then the wheel would go on with Dani as the mad queen.A terrible necessity.Did I explain it well enough? because its so complicated, beautiful and tragic I don't think I'm doing it justice lol It's so beautifully tragic.The dragon agrees with Snow by not burning snow alive but instead melts the throne that drove it's mother mad.That was just Dani's story.You get into the starks story.The starks were wheel breakers from the beginning. For the most part, they rule out of respect. But are killed off.So you're on edge the entire series expecting anything. Expecting anyone could take the throne.Then after everything, after snow breaks the "Dani wheel" hehThe starks are left to hypothetically rule the kingdoms, in turn breaking the wheel. In fact completely setting it ablaze. Because they each command natural leadership and respect. Not just birthright and fear.Brahn being the king. Sansa, Queen. John snow, far north leader. Ayra, uncharted lands leader.So it begins with the wheel breaking starks and ends with the wheel breaking starks.You also noticed that the intro is a bunch of wheels.It's an over all a masterpiece. Taking you through character journeys and growth, twists and turns. Having just enough magic but not too much.I hope that explains what I mean. If you didn't like the GOT ending, maybe try and give it a second chance with this in mind. Because it really is a good story.Also please feedback? :)I was also terrified watching the "zombie" war because that war was for the earth. If Arya didn't destroy the king...Whole world gone. I was relieved when Arya killed that frosty king lolRaining blood and bodies everywhere. Fighting off your friends corpses. Fighting off dead dragons and giants.It was terrifying to me lol Inwas satisfied and satisfied it was over too. Lol
This is what should have happened
Glad you wrote how it SHOULD end instead of how it WILL end. Now the internet can't complain. 😊
I feel bad for Samwell and his democracy.
Actually, Bran didn't learn that until S6. S4 finale he gets there, but he doesn't learn anything until we see him again in S6.
some fire and iceme no no meme no
arrested and excutedme damn
a warrrior rather than a rulerme well your our best option
a lanaster always pay their debtevery lanaster diesme who is gonna pay the debt now
bran's photo is missing dude
The Lannisters didn’t kill Jon Arryn, it was his wife who poisoned him
In a sense, this theory holds up pretty well. The title of kings are no longer passed down trough generations, most houses continue to operate as a unit, and most importantly, Cersei dies.
Well so your telling me Jamie Cersei Sandor Gregor Daenerys Jorah Lyanna Ed Theon Euron Beric Catelyn Joffrey Mace Tommen Mace Margery Kingsguard Stannis are all dead well based on this it seems like the characters that died have done something bad in their life excepts for Lyanna Ed and Sandor Tommen Mace.
I thought that this was a horrible idea... until I saw the actual Season 8. Now it's genius.
Do a follow up now the series is done and dusted with all its drama.
The show just ruins Jon Snow, the White Walkers, and Daenerys.
You put too much faith in Dumb & Dumber.
Olenna killed joffrey. Not littlefinger.
Danaerys died, so I’m happy about it.
They forgot to mention that targaryeons (don't care to spell the name) dragons we're both killed by her pride.I liked how it began with the starks and ended with the starks. I wish film theory would re analyze that from that perspective.I liked how the story ended because the most honorable became the leaders. They did their best to be honorable.Jon snow was against killing for power and ruling out of fear. You see that displayed in early episode.The themes I see are honor in an un-honorable world. Love between family. And to rule out of respect. Not fear.Starting out with Jon snow.He didn't want to become any leader. But people respected him.Targaryeon decided to rule out of fear when him snow wouldn't marry her or be with her. And she did. She struck fear into many when she burned everyone alive.The change is subtle but her turning into the mad queen reveals itself slowly throughout the series.Back to Snow. He was against killing for power (not in battle) and ruling out of fear. Hence aryas warning. " I know a killer when I see one"Aryas talking about killing for power. Assinating. Not in battle.So Jon Snow was conflicted. Not only did he love Tagaryeon. But he did not want to assasinate. It goes against his morals. But if he didn't kill her she would've been the new mad queen. For certian.Even her dragon didn't burn stark for killing targaryeon. The dragon burned the throne which drove it's mother mad.Snow explains he regrets for his actions.I like hiw it ends because it ensures peace among all the lands. Because the stark family loves and respects eachother.Snow is probably going to become leader of the far north. Sansa is queen of the north. Brahn is the king and arya is most likely going to become a leader in uncharted lands.I like the entire series because they killed off most of the honorable family. (And the starks we're honorable for the most part).That led you to believe ANYTHING could happen lolSo you went on this ride of a story.and it was exciting.But cleverly, it ended well. Ended were it began with the starks. It was a happy ending with the most possible way for peace.I kind of suspect that a lot of people might've been distracted with T and A to understand the full story lol
I also want to mention that the battle against the white walkers was so stressful lol I don't get how people are disappointed.I honestly the white walkers had a chance to win so I was freaking out.I thought for sure many of my fav characters died.It was a frightening battle. And it displayed how the entire world would be engulfed if they lost.That battle was for the world. Because if the white Walker's won that one. There would be no chance for the rest of the world.That's what made it is frightening.And there was literal raining bodies and blood.I don't know about you all but that episode was stressful.I was relieved with the characters when that war ended. Lol
Anyone here thought the end was disappointing? No? Just me? Ok.
D&D: *watch theory* Ahh.... too complicated, just like the others. We should write the finale already, the first reading is tomorrow ... *toast with whiskey*
When it came to the White Walker threat, one of my favorite moments came from Davos Seaworth. When he tells Denaerys, "If we do not put aside our enmities and band together we will all die. Then it doesn't matter whose skeleton sits on the Iron Throne". (Spoiler) Shame the Night King and White Walkers got offed just 3 eps in. Would have been better if they remained the final big bad of this story instead of Cersei/Dany...
Brandon should have won, you never see him be proud once.
My cannon ending Martin comes in and thanos snaps everyone and drops the last 2 books
I would have been much more satisfied if that was the ending. Your theory is waaaaay better then what we got!!
I'm not a GoT watcher just a game/film theory addict, could you give me a tldr of how it ended. Thanks
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