>tfw you get Deus Ex Machinaed by an autistic omnipotent cripple and his anime character sister
Tfw you're the only well written character in a shitty story with a progression that makes actual sense
>kill night king, there must always be one
>arya wears his face as a mask
>controls the living dead now
>they all go back north and rebuild the wall
I swear to god if D&D does this, I'll become a racist
previously on /got/ >>87018030
AAAAARRRRRGGGGHHH! SAVE ME DABID!!
Mfw still no Normies or Preston video for the finale
how did gimli know what a nervous system was
The rest of ya'll know when I Sneed to yah
She's too pretty and I get distracted by her.
What do parents of actors and actresses who do nude scenes do when watching their movies? Do they cover their eyes?
Miss me yet?
Do you think she would have gone through with it?
"It's not how it ends for you, brother. You know who's coming for you. You've always known."
What the fuck did Sandor mean by this when he spoke to Zombie Gregor? Is Sandor referring to himself, coming back to kill Gregor? Or that somehow Gregor knew about the Whitewalkers? Because with the whole build up of showing the Whitewalker to Cersei, I feel like that's what Sandor was implying. Or am I just a retard?
We pay respect to a good character and performance by the actor but the victim of horrible writing.
>Mfw people keep making GoT threads
How many threads do you guys need?
> Roger Ebert would have been perfect.
We can't "livewash" so the actor we'll have to be undead, though.
Raziel: an actor with a great voice
Kain: Andy Serkis
Elder God: Charles Dance
>Last week, when Ed Skrein was excited to announce that he would be playing the character of Major Ben Daimio in the upcoming Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen. In the comics, the character is of Asian heritage and there was an immediate backlash from the APA community. Today, Skrein took to Twitter responding to the public outcry saying, “I must do what I feel is right” and announced that he would be stepping down from the role.
>Hellboy producers Larry Gordon and Lloyd Levin and Lionsgate & Millennium made a statement to Deadline saying, “Ed came to us and felt very strongly about this. We fully support his unselfish decision. It was not our intent to be insensitive to issues of authenticity and ethnicity, and we will look to recast the part with an actor more consistent with the character in the source material.”