- 32% Drama
- 14% Science-Fiction
- 14% Action
- 14% Crime
- 9% Mystery
- 9% Adventure
- 9% Others
The leaks have already been proven to be right. They predicted Euron killing Rhaegal with his fleet, predicted Dany burning Varys(and there's even an artist rendition of that exact scene that's been out for months), they said Jaime and Cersei would die together, the battle of Kings Landing will be one-sided, after the bells go off, Dany kills everyone. The leaks have already been proven to be true. They didn't record multiple endings. They didn't have the budget. They didn't even take the full budget they were offered to do a regular full length season. They had less money than before. They didn't have the money to make multiple endings. The ending in the leaks will be the ending the show has. So don't read them, heh.
I'm glad I read the leaks and was prepared for the ending, haha. I had plenty of time to convince myself it's not that bad. And I really don't think it's that bad. The ending makes plenty sense to me. If you view it as something that happened in season 10. But we didn't get a season 10 or 9. It needed more time and development. I do think this is similar to what Martin wanted for his ending. I can buy this ending. I like that Jon went North(I believe Martin has always intended this) and love that Arya went West. Bran being king is odd, though. I'd hoped there would no longer be kings or queens. Also, poor poor Drogon. I'm sad for him. Hope he finds happiness.
Yeah, to add to what StevenLHargrove has said, discussion is great even if we disagree. Props to everyone keeping it pretty civil. To address Wojo, I kind of get where you're coming from but I think you're wrong. Gay people are going to be gay no matter what. I was raised in a strongly Christian family(still a Christian), I didn't even know what gay was until I was thirteen. But I was always a little dyke. Even in daycare, I would play house with my female friend and I was always the husband. We would pretend we were married and no one told us we were being gay. I've was gay before I was gay, dude. Just let it go, who cares? Gays exist. Big whoop.
@Hellfist, whoa whoa whoa. If I'm reading correctly, you basically just said being gay is akin to being an animal and only relying on sexual urges. Come on, man. We're human. We love. And we also fuck. But most importantly we love. It's not animalistic to love someone. Love isn't a mental illness, either. Neither is sex. People love each and have sex. Sometimes those people happen to be the same gender. It's gonna be okay, man.
Sure, there will be some cases where a biological female can come out on top against a biological male. But like I said, the vast majority of the time, the biological male will prevail. And regardless of what gets put in men's bodies when they transition, the majority will still be stronger than men. And no, it's never going to be fair to pit a biological man against a biological woman. Anyone is fine to think otherwise, though.
What a read. The review section is on fire again. As a very sound of mind, not mentally ill gay woman, I'm kinda shook at the comments here made by our friend Wojo. But hey, let him have his opinion. I just wanted to touch on the trans-folks-in-sports issue. It does make a pretty big difference when you have a transwoman vs a woman. How about the female MMA fighter who got her skull broken by her trans opponent? Or the trans high school track stars who completely dominate their female team mates. Men are generally stronger and faster than women. It doesn't matter how much estrogen you pump into someone who is BIOLOGICALLY a man, 99% percent of the time, the biologically male person is going to win against someone who is biologically female. I personally don't think trans people should be allowed to compete. Its never going to be fair. Men and biological men(transwomen) will always generally be stronger than biological women. You might have a few cases where biological women come out on top, but I guarantee you there will be more cases of them losing to their much stronger and faster opponents.