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IWish wrote:I didn't know there was a book thread. Thanks, spunkmonkey.
http://forum.expressobeans.com/viewtopi ... 2&t=116233
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Edit: other Cody beat me to it :pint:
mcnail wrote:Ha, EB, y'all crazy.
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mcnail wrote:Ha, EB, y'all crazy.
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Another battle and another wonky shot w/Tyrion. Again, this isn't something I'll dwell on. Just something I caught during a rewatch. This shot is from the Blackwater 2:09 episode.

Edited video to start @11:39
https://youtu.be/NMSEsCu1U8k?t=11m39s

[Episode was written by George R.R. Martin and directed by Neil Marshall.]

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This is what I'm leading up to...

...was there any discussion regarding the opening scene in the episode that followed Blackwater - Valar Morghulis 2:10?

In the opening to this episode note the changing reflection in Tyrion's eye. When Tyrion blinks, the reflection goes from fire/flames to a blue sky/daylight reflection with a cloaked figure. Just curious.
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[Episode written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and directed by Alan Taylor. The same writers/director for the Baelor upside down Battle at Green Fork scene that I posted about earlier in this thread.]
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IWish wrote:
Another battle and another wonky shot w/Tyrion. Again, this isn't something I'll dwell on. Just something I caught during a rewatch. This shot is from the Blackwater 2:09 episode.
It's tracking him laying down and showing his point of view. Not that wonky.
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IWish wrote:Image

Another battle and another wonky shot w/Tyrion. Again, this isn't something I'll dwell on. Just something I caught during a rewatch. This shot is from the Blackwater 2:09 episode.

Edited video to start @11:39
https://youtu.be/NMSEsCu1U8k?t=11m39s

[Episode was written by George R.R. Martin and directed by Neil Marshall.]

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This is what I'm leading up to...

...was there any discussion regarding the opening scene in the episode that followed Blackwater - Valar Morghulis 2:10?

In the opening to this episode note the changing reflection in Tyrion's eye. When Tyrion blinks, the reflection goes from fire/flames to a blue sky/daylight reflection with a cloaked figure. Just curious.
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[Episode written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and directed by Alan Taylor. The same writers/director for the Baelor upside down Battle at Green Fork scene that I posted about earlier in this thread.]
seems like reaching (this is not a personal attack, just a personal opinion :P )

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Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:00 am

Shia LeBeouf is really out there these days...
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chimpun wrote:Shia LeBeouf is really out there these days...
He looks good as John McEnroe.
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Philpenn wrote: Dark Sister was wielded by Bloodraven up until his disappearance from The Watch.
IWish wrote: Your reference that I quoted above, is from the book. Bloodraven taking possession of Dark Sister was not been mentioned in the show. I'm only discussing the possibility that it might be found during season 8. No harm in that, right?
It's possible that the sword Meera picked up at the entrance of the CotF cave is Dark Sister. Did Bloodraven leave it there? I also hope to see Howland and Meera again in S8 and one of them gives the sword to Jon. Jon will pass it on to Ayra. Goes without sayin' that Ayra is truly the dark sister of the Stark family.

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Tue Sep 26, 2017 11:29 pm

Arya just got a Valyrian steel dagger in S7. Shes all set for the White Walker apocalypse.
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