GOT - The Final Season

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Episode One: Sorta boring.

With only six episodes ALL SEASON, I would expect to see serious action and story telling on each ep. Disappointed with it tonight, just a little...
Yea this felt like a recap. Hopefully the next one starts to pick things up as we only have 6 episodes to do so. The run times for the remaining episodes are

Things need to start happening if they are gonna fit everything into the season. I still dont understand why they only did 6 episodes for something like this.
 
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Hated the dragon riding scene, completely gratuitous, I was ok with everything else, my favorite part was bran sitting in the courtyard staring at people
 

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Hated the dragon riding scene, completely gratuitous, I was ok with everything else, my favorite part was bran sitting in the courtyard staring at people
Not gratuitous at all, it is actually very important that John is able to ride the Dragon as only Taergarions are able to ride dragons and not even all of them can. It is huge that he can and proves he really is Raegars son.
 
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Hated the dragon riding scene, completely gratuitous, I was ok with everything else, my favorite part was bran sitting in the courtyard staring at people
Not gratuitous at all, it is actually very important that John is able to ride the Dragon as only Taergarions are able to ride dragons and not even all of them can. It is huge that he can and proves he really is Raegars son.
The part they got wrong was how they did it. It was more like Danny gave him the keys to a supercar and was like "wanna take it for a spin?" rather than the cool moment after Jon found out his bloodline.
 
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Not gratuitous at all, it is actually very important that John is able to ride the Dragon as only Taergarions are able to ride dragons and not even all of them can. It is huge that he can and proves he really is Raegars son.
Does it make you wonder about the Knight King?

If only Taergarions are able to ride the dragons, are they telling us something about him now?

Really looking forward to the rest of the episodes after an okay first episode that was basically a setup for the rest of the season.
 

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Does it make you wonder about the Knight King?

If only Taergarions are able to ride the dragons, are they telling us something about him now?

Really looking forward to the rest of the episodes after an okay first episode that was basically a setup for the rest of the season.
If so they that is one of the things they are doing differently from what Martin wrote. With the information in the books and his companion books he pretty much says the Night King is a Stark and the timing would not even allow him to be a Taergarion as they were not really even a family/group at that time and were not in Westeros at all.
 
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If so they that is one of the things they are doing differently from what Martin wrote. With the information in the books and his companion books he pretty much says the Night King is a Stark and the timing would not even allow him to be a Taergarion as they were not really even a family/group at that time and were not in Westeros at all.
Ahh, well that kinda blows my theory up, lol.

I haven't read the books at all, but I do enjoy the heck out of the show.