81 Details In 'Game Of Thrones' Season 8 You Might Have Missed

81 Details In 'Game Of Thrones' Season 8 You Might Have Missed



what might arguably be the most epic show ever made Game of Thrones has officially ended it woke together eight seasons of shocking deaths and twists and turns here are 81 things you might have missed in the final season of the show and of course warning spoilers are coming the show is no stranger to changing up the imagery in the title sequences in season 8 episode 1 what's probably most important to note is that the northern wall has a giant hole reminding us of the season 7 finale where the reanimated Viserion obliterates the wall we also get three new panels showing the fall of the wall the red wedding and Daenerys dragons being born in episode 2 the north is in full battle preparation mode and the slight changes in the opening credits reflect that showing new trenches lining the borders of Winterfell also in the previous episode the opening showed blue tiles representing the army of the Dead encroaching on last hearth by episode 2 the tiles fully encompass last hearth the credits change again during the opening of episode 3 the army of the Dead is just outside Winterfell also the torches and the crypts begin to go out as the shot pans in earlier episodes the torches stay on in episode 4 we now see a new post war Winterfell the insides of the castles are in shambles as bodies burn outside the castle walls in Episode five yet another change we see scorpions those giant crossbow like weapons that Qyburn created to slay dragons sitting atop the walls at King's Landing for the show's very last credit sequence they changed yet again this time there was no lion above the Iron Throne showing that the Lannisters reign has ended and while the red keep is still shown as standing other parts of King's Landing have been destroyed we see a crack in the floor and the credits that we see later in the episode as Tyrion walks through the rubble back to season 8 episode 1 as the season begins we season heiress and Jon Snow entering Winterfell with a large army and two dragons this procession mirror season 1 episode 1 when Robert Baratheon arrived at Winterfell to make Ned Stark hand the king not only do these two scenes look similar but both scenes also share the exact same music the boy pushing the crowd and climbing is similar to both bran and Arya speaking of Arya just like in season 1 episode 1 she catches a glimpse of the Hound but they've got a lot more history now the boy in this scene at the meeting of the northern Lords is Lord Ned umber who we saw last season pledging fealty to how stark knows who is Ned he's the son of small john number who died at the Battle of the bastards at the end of the episode you may not have known where tormund barrack and the others are treading carefully well they're actually at last hearth which is south of the wall but north of Winterfell and it's where the umbers live at last hearth Bera kills the reanimated net number with his flaming sword illuminating a spiral pattern we've seen this pattern before back in season 3 we saw the body parts of dismembered nights Watchmen and horses we saw the pattern again in season 5 when the children of the forest created the night king and then again in season 7 in the cave drawings at Dragonstone in another not to season one John and arias reunion in this episode is a close a mirror of when John and Arya said goodbye in season 1 episode 2 they hug in a near identical way and that's when John gave Aria needle her beloved sword in this episode John notices that Arya still has the blade we see John fly a dragon for the first time which is certainly momentous but there's actually more going on here the dragon John flies is ragle named after his real father Rhaegar Targaryen in the season 8 trailer we saw this same scene but John was not in the shop this scene is no doubt a reference to when John made love to his first love Ygritte in a cave near a waterfall according to the creators this location in season 8 is also where John would have hunted when he was younger in this episode ginjury and Arya reunite Gendry calls Arya lady Stark – which Arya replies don't call me that Gendry then replies as you wish milady this is a direct mirror of a conversation they had in season 2 episode 2 I should be calling you milady do not call me milady Ozma lady commands in the scene with Bronn Qyburn gives Bronn a crossbow the weapons Cersei wants Bronn to use to kill her trader brothers this is significant because you may remember that Tyrion uses a crossbow that looks just like this one to kill their father Tywin Lannister we see Bronn and this crossbow again in episode 4 the episode opens on Jamie who's found himself on trial by Daenerys and the Starks he must answer for his murder of Danny's father King Aerys ii as well as his role in Ned Stark's untimely death when Daenerys demands that Jaime explain why he deserted Cersei he responds because this goes beyond loyalty this is about survival his words echo Brienne's in the season 7 finale loyalty witness decided that Jaime can join their ranks grey worm begrudgingly returns his sword known as widows wail what she commits widows wail widows wail is one of two blades the Lannisters forged after melting down ice the ancestral sword of how stark its sister sword is Oathkeeper which Jaime bestowed upon Brienne Jaime served under Brienne's command in the Battle of Winterfell the two blades of ice have been reunited in Winterfell for the first time since Ned left Winterfell in season one at the exact moment that Jamie has rearmed we hear a familiar musical cue the song is Jamie's theme first played when Jamie recounts to Brienne the real reason he killed Aerys Targaryen capture rosette and again as he headed to Riverrun to break the black vicious siege the flirtation between Aria and ginjury visually mirrors one of their past interactions and season two during the Lannister brother reunion Tyrion repeats his tried-and-true joke from all the way back in season 1 how would you like to die Tyrion son of Tywin in my own bed at the age of 80 with a belly full of wine and a girl's mouth around mic after meeting to discuss tactics Jon stands with his former brothers Samwell and Ed the latter of whom announces and now our watch begins he's returned to the oath of the Brotherhood no gathers begins after Jon announced his watch has ended back in season 6 she's ended now the brothers must again take on the burden of defending the realm next there's a doomsday romance scene between Aria and ginjury he confides in her that he's Roberts bastard and the last of the Baratheon's it's a direct reversal of a scene in season 3 when are you revealed to him her true identity as a stark it's aria of house cock their physical union echoes Robert and Ned's proposed unions of their houses underneath the crypts at Winterfell in season 1 when they undress Aria reveals some grisly scars the results of stab wounds inflicted on her by the wave in season 6 meanwhile in front of Winterfell fireplace Jaime holds a spontaneous knighting ceremony for Brienne on the eve of her biggest battle yet she's proclaimed the knight of the Seven Kingdoms which is the title of episode 2 it's also the name of a trio of novellas written by george RR martin as a spinoff from the Song of Ice and Fire series the books follow a chivalrous Knight known as Sir Duncan the tall who's actually mentioned several times in the show I could tell you about ser Duncan the tall at a 2016 fan convention Martin confirmed that Brienne was descended from Sir Duncan we can guess that's where she gets her unusual height and her bravery after brian's induction into the knighthood Podrick performs Ginny of old stones his own impressive rendition of a song from the original Song of Ice and Fire books the song references Ginny voltones a character from the books who was married to Prince Duncan Targaryen this version of the song included new lyrics and the episodes closing credits even debuted a cover of the song performed by Florence and the Machine Patrick singing is paired with a montage showing the people of Winterfell making their final preparations the music and visuals evoked this scene from Return of the King set to the sad tune of Pippin song The Edge of Night the similar mood makes sense especially given that the director of the impending battle scene cited Lord of the Rings as an inspiration when Arya hands Sansa a weapon for the crypts Sansa says she doesn't know how to use it – which Arya responds stick them with the pointy end her tongue and cheek advice were caused John's words when he gave her needle in the second ever episode of the show first listen sticking with the pointy end I know which end to use it's a fan favorite piece of dialogue that inspired the name of season 1 episode 8 the pointy end to light up the blades of the Dothraki Melisandre recites the phrase axial ownio which in valerian means lords light it's the same spell that beric uses to ignite his own sword however unlike Melisandre Barrick can merely think the words and a flame will appear in the midst of the flames the hound is momentarily immobilized with fear he is after all para phobic a consequence of the burn trauma inflicted on him by his brother Greg Oracle game I heard what your brother did you press your face to the fire like you're a nice juicy mutton chop when Lyanna Mormont dies she takes one of the White Walkers biggest assets with her stabbing the white giant in the eye he collapses in the same place at Winterfell where one one fell from an arrow in the eye after the Battle of the bastards when beric Dondarrion sacrifices himself to save Arya he holds his body in the doorway in the figure of a cross it's a christ-like pose and a fitting death for a figure who's been resurrected time and time again why you you think I don't ask myself that every hour of every day why am I here what am I supposed to do in his last moments that about barek finally found his true purpose the reason Lord of Light allowed him to be brought back from death so many times it was ultimately to save Arya so that she could go on to kill the night King but before that Arya finds herself reuniting with Melisandre back in season 3 the red woman predicted that they'd meet again and that Arya would shut mini eyes forever brown eyes blue eyes very nice eyes you'll shut forever blue eyes of course refers to those at the neck came a turning point comes in the battle when Melisandre reminds Arya of the motto recited by her sword instructor Syrio Forel that is only one God and His name is death and there is only one thing we say to death not today the combination of the battle at the godswood was foreshadowed in one of Theon Greyjoy's first ever scenes in the series the moment comes right after Catelyn Stark says that she thinks the Lannisters purposely pushed brand out of the window if it's war they want it comes to that you know I'll stand behind you is there going to be a battle in the godswood Arya ultimately kills the night king with cat's paw the dagger that bran had given her at the same spot under the godswood back in season 7 it's likely he knew that she needed to slay the night king I don't want it he shall it's for their in steel the blade has lived a long life and it was used by the Lannisters hit man in an attempt to kill brand back in season one Arya plunges the dagger right into the night Kings chest exactly where the children of the forest stabbed him with dragonglass which we saw in brands vision back in season four he was created by dragon glass and uncreated by Valyrian steel as the survivors celebrate and drink Tyrion Podrick Brienne and Jaime play a drinking game it's the same one we've seen Tyrion play several times throughout the show first in season one with Shaitan Bronn and another time he tries and fails to play it with grey worm in Masson day anyone not drinking is disrespecting our queen if you look closely you can see series creators DB Weiss and David Benioff in the banquet hall you can spot them as tormund gives his big speech about Jon meanwhile Arya doesn't join the others in the banquet hall contree finds her and proposes asking her to be the lady of storms end not long after Daenerys declared him Lord of storms end she says no and tells him I don't want to be a lady and I'm not a lady I never happened That's not me this is a callback to multiple moments in the show the first from season 1 episode 4 when Ned talks to her about her future as lady and she says That's not me there's another callback to this in season 7 episode 2 Stormborn when arya tries to get Nymeria to come back to Winterfell with her when Nymeria walks away arya realizes her direwolf was meant to roam free and she says bran tells Tyrion that his wheelchair is the same one that Darren Targaryen built for his nephew 120 years ago Darren was the oldest son of King Aegon the 3rd in the books Jon Snow mentions Daren as a sort of historical hero of his bronto's Tyrion I've been shoveling Lannister and what do I have to show Tyrion starts to respond power resides where men believe before being cut off this is a callback to season 2 episode 3 what his dead may never die Varys says these exact words to Tyrion power resides where men believe it resides it's a trick a shadow on the wall Daenerys the sweet is taken by surprise when you're on in the golden company shot down Rey though there were hints throughout the episode that the Dragons were weak if you look closely you can see that reyga's wings are full of holes both were Syrian and regal were brought down in similar ways one by spear and one by era Euron uses a scorpion weapon to take down ragel we've seen scorpions before season 8 they were invented by Qyburn and were last seen in the season 7 episode the spoils of war during the loot train attack bran uses one against rogue on he hits but fails to kill him Cersei gives the order from asan day's execution but the mountain swings the sword in the pilot episode Ned Stark says the man who passes the sentence should swing the sword this is not something Lannisters do Joffrey gives the order to someone else for Ned's head and speaking of Ned Stark in the first season Cersei tells Ned when you play the game of Thrones you win or you die this explains why Cersei refuses to surrender for her she either takes the throne or loses her life during the episode both Daenerys and Cersei are seen in their full house garb Daenerys is wearing full Targaryen read at the celebratory feast a nod to her leaning into her house words of fire and blood she's only ever worn red with another color in the final scene with this episode she's wearing red and white Cersei is also in full red for the episode just as Daenerys is embracing her Targaryen nature Cersei is back to full lannister strength lion necklace and all the fifth episode opens with Varys writing a letter about John's true parents it's a mirror of the letter Ned Stark wrote to Stannis Baratheon back in season one exposing that Jaime Lannister is a true father of Cersei's children not rapper Baratheon you will sail to Dragonstone tonight you will place this in the hand of Stannis Baratheon Lord Baelish like Tyrion tavares in the last episode tries to convince Ned to drop it and allow Joffrey to take the throne if you would be wise to deny it to him and to make sure Joffrey succeeds in Mike Ned Varys pays the price for his actions with his life as Varys writes his letters he's interrupted by Marta a little girl acting as one of his spies we've actually seen Marta before she was hiding in the crypt along with Varys during the Battle of Winterfell in Episode three back in season seven episode two Danny tells Varys if you haven't betrayed me I'll burn you alive well it's clear Danny made good on that promise when Tyrion sets Jaime free to go rescue Cersei Jaime says Cersei once called me the stupidest Lannister that's a callback to season seven episode 7 sedition knows I was she finished next Cersei was berating Jaime for heading north to fight against the threat beyond the wall this conversation was the last time Jaime and Cersei saw each other and takes place in the exact same spot where they were reunited as the red keep crumbled in this episode we get this scene of Danny's armies charging against the remaining golden company forces after a large chunk of them are blown away by dragon's fire the shot is a mirror image of the battle the bastards when Jon is faced with an onslaught of men and horses but unlike John's heroic fighting stance Harry Stricklin the leader of the golden company runs for his life as Danny burns the outer wall at King's Landing we see Cersei standing in the exact same spot she stood when she burned down the Sept of Baelor back in season six only this time she's on the losing side that Danny's dragon drogon would fly over King's Landing was foreshadowed in brans vision in season 4 episode 2 as he touches the weirwood tree brand saw the shadow of a dragon above through tops as the Hound attempts to convince Aria to leave the red keep instead of going to kill Searcy he grabs her and shouts look at me the hound does the same thing during the Battle of Blackwater in season two with Sansa after she refuses to flee King's Landing with him this shows the hounds arc with the stark daughters look at me the game Bowl finally happened which certainly comes as no surprise but what is significant about the showdown is that the Hound dies with the zombified Mountain by falling into the fiery city below as we mentioned the Hound is deathly afraid of fire because his brother put his face into a fire when they were children but as the show's producer describes it the one thing stronger in the Hound and his fear of fire is the hatred for the person who put that fear there in the first place in season 3 episode 9 as Arya and the Hound travel arya tells him someday I'm gonna put a soul to your eye and out the back of your skull that's exactly what the Hound ends up doing to his brother the mountain we hear a familiar composition at two different points during the episode the rains of castamere plays once as Cersei realizes she must flee the red keep and when jaime and cersei faced certain death it's a mix of that song with the light of the seven it's a clue that these characters won't survive the episode season 3 episode 9 has called the rains of castamere and we hear the song during the famous red wedding the light of the seven composition though refers back to Circe's victory in season six this episode saw the deaths of twins and lovers Cersei and Jaime Lannister experiencing one final embrace before the red keep collapses upon them this moment was foreshadowed back in season five when bran asks Jaime how we would want to die and Jaime replies you know shapsug women anyway and it appears he does just that there are other moments from the book that foreshadow this moment in the books Jaime says I cannot die while Cersei lives we will die together as we were born together and the show adapted this line from the book back in season 1 Jaime and I are more than brother and sister we shared a woman came into this world together we belong together we see a white horse standing in the middle of the ruins of King's Landing Arya rides the horse out of the city white horses the mythology often symbolize triumph but in Christianity they can also Herald death like in the book of Revelation or is this a reference to shadow facts in Lord of the Rings it's the Lord of all shoes it's also worth noting that the young girl aria is unable to save is holding on to a little white horse Daenerys stands in the ruins of King's Landing overlooking her massive army the image almost directly mirrors this shot from Lord of the Rings the two towers as Saruman overlooks his army before commanding them to march to helms deep like Daenerys Saruman also descended into madness in that speech she specifically speaks to the Dothraki saying you kept all your promises to me you killed my enemies and their iron suits you tore down their stone houses you gave me the Seven Kingdoms she's referring to the original promise Khal Drogo gave danny's unborn son in season one Danny recalls this speech in season six when she names all the Dothraki her blood riders in Tyrion cell John repeats the words of Aemon Targaryen the maester of the Nights Watch Amon offered this piece of wisdom when John was considering deserting the Nights Watch in order to come to Rob's aid sooner or later in every man's life there comes a day when it is not easy a day when he must choose in retrospect his words sound pretty prophetic Danny's premonition in the season 2 finale Valar morghulis finally came to fruition in it she walks through a ruin – throne room that's blanketed in snow in episode 6 however she actually touched the throne in the vision she did not the Lord of the Rings comparisons were plenty moments after John murders Daenerys drogon flies in and in mourning burns the Iron Throne to a crisp this is yet another instance mirroring Lord of the Rings as pointed out by Johanna Robinson of Vanity Fair the Iron Throne is similar to the One Ring an object of absolute power that is absolutely corrupting in this instance Daenerys was like Gollum looking wide-eyed when she finally obtains what she's been searching for all her life and then like the One Ring the throne is destroyed by fire melting in front of our eyes taking Daenerys along with it as the Starks stand at the King's Landing docks and prepare to go their separate ways grey worm also departs he's heading towards naath which is where Masson day is from right before the Battle of Winterfell and a few episodes before Masson day's tragic death grey worm tells Masson day that after the war ends that he would like to leave Westeros and asks her where she would want to go she responds as she would like to go see Nath again I'd like to see the beaches again where I'm kept his promise but had to make the journey alone the Starks go their separate ways John to the north Sansa back to Winterfell and Arya somewhere out west to lands unknown to Westeros see this was yet another Lord of the Rings parallel the King ends with Frodo Gandalf and other characters sailing away to the undying lands the two big farewells are visual and emotional mirrors of one another and speaking of which Ari has had the urge to explore what's west of Westeros since at least season six when she had this conversation with the Braavosi actress lady crane well will you go s was his east the Westeros is West but was west of Westeros I don't know nobody does so a lobster the edge of the world maybe I'd like to see that the Great Council meets in the dragon pit to decide tarry ins fate and who will rule Westeros among the people on the council Samwell Tarly at mere Tully Robin Arryn yon Royce so Brienne of Tarth ser Davos Seaworth Gentry Baratheon Yara Greyjoy an unnamed prince of Dorne and then Sansa Arya and bran there are also a few unidentified Lords when possibly from the westerland's and another might be from a lesser-known house in the reach Edmure Tully Catelyn Stark's younger brother has provided some of the most memorable moments of comic relief on the show and this episode was no different most memorably in season 3 he tried to light his father's funeral pyre and couldn't hit it breanne is the new Lord Commander of the Kingsguard and she has a raven sigil on her armor representing brand the new king we see Brienne riding in the white book a book with records of the deeds of all the members of the Kingsguard Brienne read Jaime's page back in season four episode four thereafter known as the Kingslayer it's the duty of the Lord commands to fill those pages and there's still room left in mine now that Brianna's Lord Commander she fills Jaime's pages with the rest of his life and his death we get to see exactly what Brienne writes in these pages about Jaime we see her refer to the loot train battle from season seven episode four as the Battle of gold road which is a new name for that battle and a better one at the small council meeting Sam presents Tyrion with a Song of Ice and Fire it's a history of wars after King Robert written by archmaester ebro's sam says he helped with the title this is a callback to season seven I'm not writing a chronicle of the wars following the death of King Robert the first so he can sit on the shelf unread but you don't like the title what would you call it that possibly something a bit more poetic when the new small council of symbols bran says or soon there won't be no more coin so Davos who's master of ships corrects him by saying anymore this is particularly funny because when we first met Davos he couldn't read he was taught by Shireen Stannis Baratheon's daughter the first nigga tonight in Tyrians final moment on the show he says he brought a jackass and a honeycomb into a brothel but here's the thing we've all heard this joke before Tyrion first attempted to tell it in his confession to Lysa Arryn in season 1 before she cuts him off I was a jackass and a honeycomb into a brothel he then starts telling the same joke to grey worm inves on day in season 6 episode 3 Oathbreaker before he's interrupted once again I've once walked into a brothel with a honeycomb and a jackass madam says well it looks like we'll never hear the punchline now Tyrion's fussy chair rearranging is a habit leftover from Thailand small council meetings which were memorable for passive-aggressive moves like this Santa's coronation dress represents the independence of the north it has a pattern of a weirwood tree which grows in the forests up north the symbolism reminds us just how much she's evolved since longing for the south in season 1 santa's crown also resembles one of Circe's crowns especially from the back it suggests that Sansa took on the best of Circe's queenly qualities a lot of fans voiced their disappointment after Jon parted ways with ghost in episode 4 without so much as petting his wolf goodbye that episode's director David Nutter explained that cgi considerations were the real reason behind Jon's abrupt send-off luckily the visual effects team was able to pull together this last shot of Jon and ghosts reunion the final shot of the show is Jon Snow walking off beyond the wall with the wildlings through the woods the show ends in the exact same place as it began the pilot episode begins with a group of men from the Nights Watch going beyond the wall where they encounter dead wildlings and then a white Walker now they are free to walk beyond the wall with no whites or white walkers in sight in a mistake seen across the world a coffee cup accidentally ended up in season 8 episode 4 the last of the Starks and unfortunately it happened again in the finale during the council meeting you can spot not one but two water bottles that were left behind when by Sam and one by dulles do we miss anything let us know in the comments

21 Comments on "81 Details In 'Game Of Thrones' Season 8 You Might Have Missed"


  1. Just 2 missing points…
    1-What about the voice in the flames?
    What did it say to lord varys? (Season6-Episode5)
    2-How Ned Stark was able to hear Bran Stark while bran was watching him in the past?
    And why the three eyes raven was like afraid to see this? (Season6-Episode3)

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  2. The hound said he don’t want to die in king landing cuz it a shit city but he die in king landing

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  3. doenst the scar on arya her head in her last scene look lift the rift on the map between the north and the 6 kingdoms?

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  4. Reel is the best game of the throne on the youtube this is the best video ever yes I obe this channel on here on the youtube that why I want you way you to know I'm starting eith the man in the mirror I a the best stylist on the youtube I a the fastest on here know I want you to know how fast we got started on this channel the was

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  5. "Daenerys burns the city of Kings Landing"… "This is a reference to her father the mad King"
    "Bran the broken"… "This is a reference to Bran being in a wheel chair"
    "Jon Snow kills Daenerys"… "This is a reference to Jon Snow being one of the main characters in Game of Thrones"

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  6. Bet you didn't notice this crossbow cerise told born was the one tyrion used to kill his dad was the same crossbow tyrion used to kill his dad.
    The assassin was sent by little finger not the lanisters.
    the other 90% are stupid did you notice this person said the same line of dialog or the hound died in fire?

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  7. 1 thing we didn't miss from S8: All the adolescent viewers crying about how the show didn't go their way. Y'all want some cheese with all of that whine?

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  8. Davos was being a verbage nazi because Stannis the Mannis corrected Davos when he said "less" and Stannis said "fewer" in reference to how many finger nails he has to clean. Which was fewer than before Stannis cut off 4 of them. That's the call back not cuz he wuz an illiterate smuggler. I still think less was an acceptable choice but whatevs.

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  9. The views for interesting things in GOT have gone drastically down..probably because seasons 8 was trash and if the producers dont care…WE DONT CARE

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  10. I want to see Danny coming back with Drogon and her army seeking vengeance by showing the real fire and blood this time with no mercy until she becomes The Queen of the ash. How all the crown in the last ep will protect themselves???

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  11. scorpions were not invented by qyburn, they were in fact invented by the dornish during the time of aegons conquest

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  12. i loved how as the seasons went, and theyre characters grew and learned both tyrion and jamie's hair start to bleed off the lanester gold, then we see cercie has not she was stuck in her bubble….but how poetic was it that the kingdom she built fell on her head…with jamie..''we were born together, meant to be together" and died together

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  13. this is more like "details you might have missed if you only watched 2/3 of the episodes." jesus this is all so basic.

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  14. Aye just so ya know, Qyburn did not invent scorpions, they were used before to kill myaxia, but when there were no longer dragons they faded into memory. He essentially reinvented them.

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  15. Should also note that

    Aemon Targaryn was the rightful heir, and turn down the throne, turned down love, to serve the rest of his days in the nights watch. It pained him knowing what was going on in the world and Duty kept him from helping his family in their greatest need.

    Jon Snow (Aegon Targaryn), the current rightful heir, turns down the throne, turned down love, to serve the rest of his days in the nights watch. When Jons father was murdered, and brother marched, it pained Jon that he had to refuse the call to join his family in their greatest need, just like Aemon.

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  16. 4:45
    Thats Joffrey's Crossbow.

    The same crossbow Joffrey used to murder the whores, and to practice shooting with Margery
    Tywin claims the Crossbow after Joffreys death, Tyrion finds it in Tywins Chamber and uses it to kill Tywin.
    Qyburn gives Joffreys Crossbow to Bronn.

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  17. since Joffrey didn't know he was a Lannister and not a Baratheon…does that really count as the Lannisters sending the hitman when he more than likely did it?that dagger was won by Robert Baratheon in that bet (Tyrion would never bet against Jaime in a fight and Petyr bet on Jaime in that tourney but Loras beat him) and Joffrey more than likely send an assassin to kill Bran so that he could, in his own puerile and sadistic mind, impress his father much like he thought he would when he showed him the dead kittens of the pregnant kitchen cat he killed…but all that aside, I'd be more inclined to want to know where the catspaw dagger originated from and how Petyr Baelish got a hold of it in the first place

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