BATTLE OF THE BASTARDS
I thoroughly enjoyed the Battle of the Bastards.
Though Bolton should have been flayed alive, especially after having put an arrow through the eye of the giant. I had much hoped the giant would live. Of course I knew he would not. As I knew the Knights of the Vale would arrive too late for Jon’s Army to be fully preserved. It is Martin after all.
The dogs were a fine ending I thought, for Bolton, but he should have been flayed alive by the survivors of the men he murdered, both those of his own army and of Jon’s forces. Then set Bolton afire and burn all of the banners of the Flayed Man with his corpse and never speak of him, his house, or such a banner ever again.
I also very much enjoyed the way Dany dealt with the Slaving Fleet. And the Slave Lords.
More than time for that. Also a Queen who shakes hands, well, you can see where it will lead.
To either the Last Queen, or to far better than a Queen. And Jon Snow is no king, and neither should he ever aspire to be.
Though I do suspect that Euron Greyjoy by now has the Horn again (or on the show for once) and will attempt to use it to take control of Dany’s dragons. It’s just speculation on my part but he is widely traveled and it seems very likely to me that is his real motive in sailing to Meereen.
A singularly good episode. I hope the season finale is at least as good…
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