Intriguing new Game of Thrones tidbits tease iconic book 3 scenes | Blastr
This is show stuff...but too spoilery to put on the show thread.
No Vargo Hoat!? A shame. He was one of the few non-POV characters I enjoyed.
I'd like for him to be missing from season 3, and maybe re-introduced slowy thoughout season 4. Maybe a cliffhangerJust my thoughts
Also, I've gone back to book one, and I realized that Tyrion REALLY loved dragons as a child. I'm thinking he'll be one of the three heads in the upcoming books.
Also, this...."Yes, life" Noye said. "A long life, or a short one, its up to you, Snow. The road you're walking, one of your brothers will slit your throat one night."........... I'm probably making something out of nothing, but that really stood out to me.
Thrones pics and videos reveal S3 scene that wasn't in the books | Blastr
Again. Too spoilery for the show thread. Ok. We are reaching a crossroads. I think from this point out we are going to get a LOT of alternate options that veer off the original story. Almost inevitable due to the unfilmable nature of some of the story elements and the storytelling itself(the scope and long term disappearances of some characters). How do you guys feel? I will try to be openminded but it is as troubling as it is necessary.
I can only guess which road that added scene is going to go down, possibly removing Ser Dontos as the one that rescues Lady Lannister...but that would have to happen AFTER the two weddings, right?
I'll be fine with the changes, i suppose. This is a different audience that they have to cater to now. And with Robb marrying the chick from Volantis, instead of the girl from the book... and then doing it in season 2.....just makes my head hurt thinking about how this is all going to go down....... In a way, the changes will just give us something more to talk about.
Actually Sir Dontos was already established on the show wasn't he? Shae being involved with Sansa is the part I'm wondering about.
Well, she is Sansa's maid. I'm going to stick with my idea of them removing the former knight as Lady Lannister's saviour. I'm betting that HBO will make her escape as being planned by them all.
I think Robb married Jeyne in the second book; we just did not see it because he was not with a POV character at the time.
I was rereading the Arya parts of Clash Of Kings a few months ago and I swear there was a part where she was in a godswood and Bran did his thing, which would be impressive planning ahead for a writer who does not like to plan ahead.