Discussion in 'Jollies Bar' started by TrainInSaiyan, Mar 18, 2015.
That episode! Gwarn' Jon.
Looking forward to season 8 !
Mega keen for the sequel set 20 years down the line. Going to be like romeo and Juliette.. but for two headed 16 toed incest babies on dragons
Got at least 2 years to wait before Season 8
I didn't know that it was filmed in Cornwall.
Maybe. But they say it will possibly air summer 2018.
6 episodes films length long.
HBO running a behind-the-scenes series to kill some of the time.
It's not as if we can even go to the books and get a bit of background knowledge as series 7 & 8 have gone completely off script.
On the flip side of that, I believe the books that are published at the moment only go up to the end of season 5 beginning of season 6 in the show whilst the books that cover S6 and onwards are still being written, so if you can read all the books in time for S8 it would be interesting to see the different routes they take.
I've been ploughing through the first book since May and I would recommend it but be prepared to cover what's covered in a short period of time on the show in a much longer time on paper
My question is where did those massive ship anchor chains come from?????
I’m glad this thread was bumped,
Literally just finished the first book cannot recommend it enough if your wanting something to do in your downtime... onwards to the second!
I've only recently discovered that some in my own family become annoyed if I repeatedly emphasise the indefinite article in the original book's title when referring to the TV series:
A Game of Thrones.
The night king did overthrow Jon and the Wildlings at Hardhome which does have tons of sunken ships at the bay so probably from there?
Glad I just found this as I have a theory ..
The nights watch and the corps are very similar..
That scene where John wants to be a ranger and gets pinged as a warden was what started it and the more I think about it the more I spot ..
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