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  1. David T. Cole

    Small Talk: Slaves To Gab

    The Small Talk topic is for: Introductions Off-topic chatter Having virtual tea with forum buddies This is NOT a topic for actual show discussion. When you want to talk about the show: Figure out the nature of the topic you want to talk about Look for an existing topic that matches or fits If there is NOT an existing topic that fits, CREATE ONE! Examples of topics that populate show forums include (but by no means are limited to): Character topics Episode topics Season topics Spoiler topics Speculation topics In the Media topics Favourite X topics ...you get the idea Happy trails beyond Small Talk!
  2. Glark User

    Post Patch Test

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  3. David T. Cole

    Testing Tags

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  4. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: TBC.
  5. Are you a book reader (aka Bookwalker)? Then you should be in READ-ONLY mode in The Unsullied Habitat. DON'T POST. This is the habitat for the COMPLETELY UNSPOILED to talk to each other. OBSERVE ONLY. You can post in the regular Game Of Thrones forum.
  6. WhiteStumbler

    Who Died In Season 7

    I think this is everyone. Please let me know if I left someone out. Lady Olenna Tyrell, the Queen of Shade (This one hurt - pour one out y'all. Her snark will be missed.) Walder Frey (HA!) Every Frey who means a damn thing (Why Arya so angry? “Tell them; ‘Winter came for House Frey’”) Yellow/Orange Dragon (It rained on my face there for a bit) Lord Petyr Baelish (HA! HA! Grovel, worm!) Ellaria Sand (I thought the whole Dorne Experience was boring AF, but the last scene with Ellaria was brilliantly acted) Sand Snakes (meh) Thoros of Myr (Only the second character to die in his sleep, the first being Maester Aemon. Of course, Thoros died after being attacked by a zombie polar bear.) Zombie Polar Bear (Freaking terrifying!) Benjen Stark (Too rushed) Randall Tarley (meh) Dickon Tarley (No more name jokes) Virtually all the remaining Free Folk (I just realized this when writing this list. They are all gone. Maybe Thormund and some women and children lived. Ouch.) Yara’s Ironborn (meh) The Ironborn Theon Killed (meh - that was stupid. Why was he still skulking around weeks after saying he was going to rescue Yara?) Lannister Army (Great action scene IMO!) Tyrell Army (off-screen) Zomboni-In-A-Box ("Cersei, turn the crank on the side!") One White Walker and a bunch of zombonis (We learned that if the one who turned them dies, they all die. Interesting...) The Wall (It was inevitable. I'm glad it wasn't Bran's fault; that kid is messed up enough as it is.)
  7. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: Jon's mission continues north of the wall, but the odds against his ragged band of misfits may be greater than he imagined.
  8. Mya Stone

    S07.E05: Eastwatch

    This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: Daenerys demands loyalty from the surviving Lannister soldiers; Jon heeds Bran's warning about White Walkers on the move; Cersei vows to vanquish anyone or anything that stands in her way.
  9. I hope this is a pretty inclusive list of the characters we didn't see at all last season. Please send me adds if I missed any. Note that this is not a list of characters whose fate is uncertain at the close of last season, but just the characters we haven't seen in a season (or more). Rickon (with Shaggy Dog and Osha) Who? Brother to Bran, Arya, and Sansa. Likes walnuts. Last Seen: Heading to Last Heath and John Umber. Gendry Who? Robert Baratheon's bastard son, a blacksmith. Last Seen: Rowing frantically away from Dragonstone after being sprung from prison (and probable human sacrifice at the hands of Melissandre) by Ser Davos. Jaqen H'Ghar (had to look this sp. up) Who? Assasination Genie who helped Arya & Co. escape Harrenhall. Last Seen: Handing Arya a coin and changing his face. Berrick Dondarion (with Thoros of Mir and the rest of the Brothers w/o Banners) Who? Leader of Bw/oB who has been resurrected multiple times by the Lord of Light acting thru Thoros. Last Seen: Selling Gendry to Melissandre and hunting for Arya after she ran from their cave and into the arms (paws?) of The Hound. The Blackfish Tully Who? Cat Stark's uncle, awsome funerary archer. Last Seen: Heading off to have the Piss of Wonderful Timing just before the Red Wedding broke our hearts. Mycella Baratheon (nee Lannister) Who? Her parents are actually Cersei and Jaimie, but her father is supposed to be Robert. Last Seen: Sailing for an arranged marriage in Dorne on the order of Tyrion. Walder Frey Who? Lord of The Twins, asshat who arranged the RW. Last Seen: Cackling with Roose Bolton about the stupidity of Robb Stark while blood from the RW was being washed off the floor. Balon Greyjoy Who? "King" of the Iron Islands, ursurper. Last Seen: Looking dour and damp while Yara told him she was going on a rescue mission to find and return Theon. Edmure Tully Who? Cat's brother, Lord of Riverrun. Last Seen: Being taken to the bedding ceremony on his wedding night just before the RW. Nymeria Who? Arya's direwolf. Last Seen: Being sent away by Arya to prevent her from being killed. Lancel Lannister A lover of Cersei, and her cousin; blackmailed into feeding info to Tyrion at one point. Last Seen: I think he was at Tyrion's trial and in a few wedding scenes last season, but I don't recall him uttering a line. Kevan Lannister, brother to Tywin Lannister Last Seen: At a Lannister war council at Harrenhal. (I think?) Warlock of Qarth Who? Blue drank drinker who tried to imprison the Mother of Dragons. Last Seen: Trying to assassinate Dany on the docks of Astapor, smiling a blue smile. Chief Pyromancer (who showed Tyrion all the wildfire) Last Seen: Looking rather too excited as the wildfire blew a bunch of Stannis' ships to bits at the start of the Battle of the Blackwater. Illyrio (the Wedding Planner) Who? Chief Magistrate of Pentos - Dany and Viserys' benefactor before she married Khal Drogo. Last Seen: Conspiring with Varys about Important and Cryptic Things beneath the Red Keep. Knifey! Who? The Most Distinctive Dagger in Westeros. Last Seen: Lying on the desk of Eddard Stark, trying to look innocent. And finally -- Benjen Stark (brother to Ned and member of the Nights Watch) Last Seen: Heading north of the Wall to get his Ranger on. He is, sadly, on the verge of joining the pantheon of Presumed Off-screen Death, joining other PODs such as Old Nan, the crew of Theon's ship the Sea Lice, and Syrio Forell (First Sword to the Sea Lord of Braavos and Arya's 'Dancing Master').
  10. SilverStormm

    S07.E04: The Spoils of War

    This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: Daenerys fights back. Jaime faces an unexpected situation. Arya comes home.
  11. I wanted to pull my theory from two years ago, over here before it goes POOF in the night. I just re-read it, and for me, it still stands today, perhaps even more so with what has transpired between June 2012, when I wrote this, and today. I am pulling this theory into its own easy-to-find thread in case anyone cares to track the ongoing alignments of the various key elements of A Show (and because I forgot my own defined elements the other day, duh!). A Show as A Rubik's Cube  1. Black Squares - Magic: If we look at the Magic elements as black squares, then we're starting to line those up with the spitballs that correlate with why Magic is suddenly coming back - the whole 'magic begets magic, and magic lost/not believed in/not practiced is magic lost' theory.  2. Green Squares - Environmental Climate Changes: If we look at the environmental/climate change elements as green squares, then they're starting to line up with our spitballs that perhaps a natural climate change is bringing a rare but inevitable ice age type situation. This would make sense that in perhaps several lifetimes the population would not have seen such a thing, and only know about it from handed down story telling since climate change and ice ages took hundreds if not thousands of years to occur in our actual history. This also would tie in with the red comet seen streaking across the skies at the beginning of S2. Something akin to Haley's Comet would only be seen extremely rarely and not for eons in between, so again, it harkens to extreme climate change/ice age approaching. So as we saw Nan telling the scary story about WWs riding on giant white spiders, it could have been reality such a long time ago, that it's become a story that people have not actually experienced for a thousand years or more simply because all the elements were not in the right places for WWs to be able to connect with the rest of the North and grow their armies as large as they appear to be doing time around. Perhaps other previous long Winters were not as harsh or all these elements were not in place so the WWs weren't able to march South as they had a thousand years earlier. 3. Red Squares - Human Nature: If we take human nature and assign it to red squares, we could theorize that this element was man's innate desire to conquer and thus to do battle against each other, becoming preoccupied with destroying that which he wants but cannot have, etc. This is the battle for the Iron Throne right now, as well as other battles we're seeing such as Balon's desire for vengeance, Ducksauce wanting more power, the Spice Merchant not wanting to give up more power, etc. And in this element of A Show, we see how man can become consumed with war, to the point that he is oblivious to Nature and what is going in right under his nose with regard to climate change/ice age coming down the road (not noticing the comet or what it means, etc.). The Northerners are far more connected to Nature via their religion and the fact that they live so far North, so their mythology and history is more directly tied to Winter when it does come, didn't someone up North take notice of that comet or am I misremembering? Those living in KL and maybe the Free Cities, etc. might not take the "stories" of Winter Is Coming that seriously since they are farther from the actual Ground Zero area of the North. To them, perhaps none of their kin for several generations have ever experienced these things so it's all been chalked up to silly stories those Northerners like to tell. 4. Blue Squares - Religion: If we take religion and assign it to blue squares, we see many different religions being bandied about this season, but we're not sure if several of them are actually one and the same, just given different names by different cultures (sort of like all the types of Christianity that exist in the world) so it's still not clear how they are or are not lining up. Again, we know that the Northerners are more intrinsically tied to Nature, not only because they live in a very wild environment as compared to the cities of Westeros and beyond...but they also worship amongst trees that are sacred to them. So their religion is the most deeply tied to Nature of all the religions we've seen so far, so perhaps this allows, helps them to weather Winter when it finally comes? Are there other main elements of A Show that I'm missing? I know personal relationships are a big issue in A Story, but I'm not sure if it's an element per se, or a common, cross-cutting thread woven in and out of the main elements above. This is just my theory du jour, a rather huge spitball that I've been choking on, so I'll let it THWACK! on the Wall here and see if it sticks or slides slowly to the ground. So to sum up, each of the above major elements is showing us several smaller pieces that I'm thinking of as individual squares on a Rubik's Cube. And as we line up each batch of elements, we start getting a clearer idea of what A Story is all about and where it might be going. There are still outstanding pieces in each element but I think it could be a good guide for helping us Unspoiled Spitballers to see where this is all headed...or not! 12 April 2014, 04:42 AM Completely Unspoiled Speculation Thread in The Unsullied Habitat written by Pallas Your brilliant A Show as A Cube speculation, gingerella, is a work of art. It has the pull of great art; it seems to enter us from everywhere all at once, and tells us what we didn't know we knew. It's compelling and propulsive. It works like the opening credits, in that respect: Look at this; this is it. That spec of yours encapsulated everything our thread had been working out about what A Show has on its mind, and has informed my experience of it ever since. Thinking about A Show as Cube: all Rubik's Cubes share the same perfect pattern, yes? You can start the solution from different angles but the finished cube is identical? The saga had one creator, one founding genius who then tossed his invention to the adapters saying, "Here ya go. Knock yourselves out, boys." And because the saga is a remarkably wrought Rubik's Cube of independent yet interlocking dynamics, it holds together. The adapters can work on it this way or that, focus in for a time on this face or another, but the thing itself has an inevitability made of integrity. In our weird way -- as we graze and ruminate in our habitat -- we're the proof of that. "People will surprise you," has to be one of Martin's subthemes. And not just the traditional redemption postulates like Jaime, those who snark but ache and yearn. People like Melisandre, who proved to me, anyway, that she really does see something in the fire when she reversed her self like that about the War, and seemingly alone of everyone with any authority in the Seven Kingdoms, took Aemon's warning seriously. Took it seriously enough to contradict Stannis flatly, without any fluffing, and insist that he spare Daavos and head north. Her reason for doing it may still be on the Red side of the Cube, rather than the Green -- this is the real route to Stannis's ascention, rather than, this is only route to the world's survival -- but still. And people like Jon Snow, rising in the ranks of Team Green. Jon seems to be working his way up to a "Fight together or die alone" moment as he stands between the Wildlings and the Watch. And in Jon's case, he is influenced not by his allegiance to a god or prophecy, but by what he has seen and suffered since he left Winterfell. The Lannisters? No surprise there: Team Red all the way, and it will be their downfall. Having defeated all comers -- for the most part, through the wet work of others --- their blood is still up and they now have no one left to turn on but themselves. Well, Jaime is now the free lance, the one who secretly always wanted to play for Blue. All he wants is someone who wants his service. Unlike Tyrion, the political animal. If Cersei had been Shae -- Cersei, the Funny Queen! -- and urged Jaime to quit King's Landing and go anywhere else with her, Jaime would have done it in a heartbeat. This doesn't make him better than Tyrion; Jaime has far more options elsewhere, and far fewer options in the capital. But it is what marked him for the redemption train in my mind, early on, and for a noble death somewhere further down the line.
  12. WhiteStumbler

    Songs Of The Seven Kingdoms

    1) edit: The Rains of Castamere (aka The Lannister Song) ('And now the rains sweep o'er their hall with not a soul to hear') 2) Bear & Maiden Fair (sung by Locke's group after Jaime's hand is chopped off) 3) Creepy song that Shireen sings about the birds having scales and the fish taking wing 4) The last song that the bard sings -- ('the boars great tusks, they boded ill, for good king Robert's health') before "King" Joff asks him if he prefers his hands or his tongue. 5) During the attack on Kings Landing, Sansa leads the other women in the room with Drunk! Cersei in a hymn -- 'Gentle mother, font of mercy, save us all from war we pray' or something like that. 6) 'The Father's face is stern and strong' (Sam sings this to Gilly and her baby after they all have escaped Crasters) Am I missing any?
  13. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you . Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: Daenerys holds court; Cersei returns a gift; Jamie learns from his mistakes.
  14. Which Tyler

    Favourite Quotes

    And one-liners If possible, include who, and which episode. Show-only, and for the Unsullied only; so I won't partake (but I'll be personally disappointed if there's a lack of lobster-talk).
  15. SilverStormm

    S07.E01: Dragonstone

    This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where there is a Book Talk episode thread for you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: Jon organizes the defense of the North. Cersei tries to even the odds. Daenerys comes home.
  16. Athena

    S07.E02: Stormborn

    This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where there is a Book Talk episode thread for you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: Daenerys receives an unexpected visitor. Jon faces a revolt. Tyrion plans the conquest of Westeros.
  17. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) The new regime in King's Landing learns of the Undead in the North (pfft!). More dead in the South takes precedence. A beautiful friendship starts... with Tyrion and Varys exchanging threats. Slimy Janos Slynt trades Harrenhal for the Wall. The Lobster gains a fleet and loses a compass (a moral one). Theon finds himself back at home but ends up a fish out of water. Jon finds out something fishy about Craster. No fish for Dany... just Desert.
  18. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Enter a Lobster and an Onion Knight (yum)! Robb makes fateful decisions. Osha sees dragons... in a comet. Gendry's lost job proves a lifesaver and Arya gains a friend! Dany's story goes through a dry patch... and if that's not bad enough... We meet Craster!
  19. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Ned last seen by youngest sons. Tyrion gets Handy. Jaime needs a wash. Robb formally joins The Game. Arya informally joins a convoy. Jon and Sam renew their vows. Sansa enters the Vestibule of Hell. This re-watch is planned for Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016.
  20. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Tyrion gathers a posse. Robb releases the Kraken ...Ravens... and hatches a plan. Jon plays with fire. Sam reads books. Danerys leads a Lamb to a slaughter. Arya says no to a god and finds a new use for a Needle.
  21. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Robb crossed a Troll bridge. Jon gets a gift from his new Dad. Tyrion wears a new suit, but not to the party. Varys does NOT give Ned "Milk of the Puppy" (nope). Arya learns that if she wanted to SEE the show, she should have been at the front. Ned.... This re-watch is planned for Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016.
  22. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Tywin gets KP duty. Luwin learns from Osha. Jon & Sam tie the knot... or at least take vows. Dany abstains from alcohol while pregnant. Robert bested by boar. Ned bested by boors.
  23. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Bran saddles up. Tyrion takes an ass and a honeycomb to a brothel (or so he says). Mord gets rich. Ned becomes King-for-a-Day and learns to put 2 & 2 together. Viserys gets crowned.
  24. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Cat: "To the Moon, Tyrion". Theon plays with his favorite toy. Arya chases cats. Ned gets ambushed. The SPCA revokes the Mountain's membership.
  25. WARNING!!! This thread was created for an Unsullied RE-WATCH after the end of Season 6 and will contain SPOILERS. This Forum is for Unsullied Members to post in: those who have vowed to not only not read the books, but also to not watch previews, read information on the Viewer's Guide, or seek any information outside of what has been IN THE EPISODES ONLY. For the purposes of The Habitat there are 4 categories of visitor: Unsullied = Only watch the show from HBO static to closing credits. Nothing else, nada, zilch, zip. = Welcome to post in here. Unspoiled = Haven't read the books. Watch the show plus ‘next time on’ previews and/or interviews/reviews and/or own GoT DVD boxsets and/or access HBO GoT content. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Partially-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read some of the books but none beyond where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the No Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Fully-spoiled Bookwalker = Have read either all of the books or past where the show has broadcast. = Please post in the main GoT forum, where the Book Talk episode thread caters to you. Unless you fall into the Unsullied category above you should be in READ-ONLY mode in this thread (and sub-forum). That also means NO LIKING POSTS. Thank you for your cooperation. Episode Synopsis: (re-watch version) Danerys attends SexEd 101. Slappity, slappity, SLAP! See ya later Dad! That Wall is BIG! Micah meets his match. (don't remember this? High time you joined the re-watch)
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