Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Juggernaut, Jan 14, 2019.
Notice that quote is from the book and was EXCLUDED from the TV series.
For a reason...
Good point, especially with the feather. I think all Bran's visions are more concrete though. I don't recall him having abstract premonitions, but you could be right.
I think I remember them doing a similar representative promo last season, but I could be thinking of a different show. Maybe it was Vikings that did that.
I remember the first part of the quote, when she went to see the witch. Was the last line not in it too?
Oh wait. Valonqar means "little brother". Hmm.
The wording was been slightly altered from 'When will I wed the prince?' to '...gold their shrouds.' but everything else was practically the same except the 'six-and-ten' reference. The show changed that to 'twenty'. The last part starting with 'And when your tears have drowned you' was changed to the witch laughing at Cersei.
I agree and prefer the same but doing so always leads to two effects for me. First, the movie seems like its on fast-forward the entire time as you lose all sense of elapsed time in movies compared to the books. Second, the movie version tends to leave out very important parts, events and even sometimes characters, or worse, they alter the story lines to meet their "cinema vision" which damages or destroys some of the key parts of the book story.
The question is...because it is a spoiler, or because they changed it?
Somebody grab us some dragon glass just in case and keep an eye on this one.
Well played! I noticed the feather but gave it little thought. I should pay better attention to these subtle hints. Bran's lost his mind and manners as the 3 eyed raven. I don't think he'd try to prevent his visions from coming to pass.
Yes, but Jaime was technically born after her.
He will be the one, and it will be call back to when he had kill the Mad King. I feel like the show has been dropping hints and developing their rift for a while.
It is not. I have read several sources that stated that scene is not part of the show.
The Valonqar = The younger brother". Not "Your younger brother" technically speaking. It doesn't have to be Jaime or Tyrion.
In before Sandor chokes her out after dropping big brother.
It's probably Jaime tho.