Anonymous 042919 Mon 101912 No 113705369 113709429 >>113709513 >>113709788 >>113709842 >>113709922 >>113710190 >>113710629 >>11371 0634 >>113711399 >>113711943 13538 6986 11 3723284 221 13723655 2-11 37239 1 8 22 1 1 372 421 8 221 1 3724 3 1 8ー1 1 372 4924 2211 3726 07-11 3729010 >> File 154655065 372 427 > 1 13730285 22113730475ー113731 862 775 ipg 32 KB 500x375 >113704995 Correction a MALE character that actually had weight and context to do so The entire show is built on logical progression foreshadowing and twists that seem surprising until you've finally got all the pieces and realize it was an inevitability that was already discretely regarded beforehand You realize that this episode was the first time Arya had even SEEN the undead right? And in this same episode Arya was the one to kill the Night King Jaime saving Bran and killing the Night King would have brought their relationship full circle Jon saving Bran and killing the Night King would have brought his arc as the savior of man and last Targaryen male heir to its completion Clegane saving Bran and killing the Night King would have brought his arc from fire-phobic killer to redeemed man to its completetion Bran saving himself and killing the Night King would have actually given him some purpose as a character Brienne saving Bran and killing the Night King would have ultimately fulfilled her old oath to defend the Stark children to completion Theon saving Bran and killing the Night King would have quite possibly been the most fulfiling of arcs- going from the betrayer of the Starks and destroyer of Winterfell to a coward prisoner trapped in Winterfell to the savior of Winterfell to its utmost completion I don't even give a shit Arya did it I give a shit that it goes against the most basic element of good storytelling that weird feeling when Anon makes more sense that the showrunners Meme

found ON 2019-05-06 08:17:18 BY ME.ME

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