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    [–] Tokyo Ghoul:re Episode 14 Manga Reader Discussion Thread DawnSennin 1 points ago in TokyoGhoul

    It was confirmed in the manga twice by the brother of Touka's mom.

    [–] Tokyo Ghoul:re Episode 14 Manga Reader Discussion Thread DawnSennin 3 points ago in TokyoGhoul

    I just want to point out that none of the major Tokyo Ghoul followers in the Youtube anime community are reviewing this season. Jaylen did but his review was definitely forced.

    [–] (Spoilers Extended) What made you pause? DawnSennin 35 points ago * (lasted edited 2 hours ago) in asoiaf

    1. The Windblown Shy Maid being teleported or returned to the past by the Shrouded Lord after Tyrion blurts out the Griffs’ true identities.

    2. A woman with Valaryan features executing man in front of a Weirwood tree in ancient times at Winterfell.

    3. The voice that said, “Burn them.” Knowing that Bran could communicate through time using the weirwoods gives this scene a new meaning.

    4. Marwyn leaving his glass candle for Slaver’s Bay immediately after hearing Sam’s story.

    5. The Weirwood gate at the Nightfort was unsettling. Why would the Watch need an animated door? Nothing like that has ever been shown elsewhere in the books.

    [–] [spoilers extended] How Varys knew about... DawnSennin 1 points ago in asoiaf

    Varys!? You’re asking the wrong question here. The real question is how did Kevan Lannister found out about the incest?

    [–] (Spoilers Main) “Sacking” of Highgarden DawnSennin 2 points ago in asoiaf

    The show only introduced two of the Tyrell bannermen, House Florent (because of Selyse) and House Tarly (because Sam is an already established character),

    [–] (Spoilers Main) “Sacking” of Highgarden DawnSennin 1 points ago in asoiaf

    Spoken like someone who has never read Clash or Storms.

    [–] (Spoilers Main) “Sacking” of Highgarden DawnSennin 3 points ago in asoiaf

    The Reach is the wealthiest state of Westeros. House Tyrell has numerous vassals that could tear through the kingdom like a sheet of paper. However, D&D has no time to establish the Reach. Sam was in Oldtown for half of last season and nobody had mentioned House Hightower. Olenna is a Redwyne. Her house controls the largest fleet in Westeros and are experienced in fighting the Ironborn. In fact, there are three island in the Northwest section of the Reach with the sole purpose of defending the Reach from the Ironborn. Olenna was not to blame for the Reach’s demise. D&D’s lazy writing was the true cause.

    [–] (Spoilers Main) “Sacking” of Highgarden DawnSennin 1 points ago in asoiaf

    D&D were only making 13 episodes of GoT for the final two seasons. Much of those episodes would likely be focused on fighting the White Walkers. All the political machinations of the first 4 seasons would either have to take a back seat or be erased entirely. That’s why D&D blew up the Great Sept. House Tyrell’s and the High Sparrow’s political plots were in the way of D&D completing the show. Their plan moving forward is to have everyone unite, call Captain Planet, and defeat the White Walkers. At the end of their show, Jon will be king and Dany would be in a royal position or dead. Tyrion will have a happy ending and so will the surviving members of House Stark. Cersei will likely survive too. Overall, D&D have been rushing the plot so they could move on to more interesting projects like that Confederacy show and Star Wars (I really hope Kathleen Kennedy knew what she was doing when she hired those two).

    [–] (Spoilers Main) Are Lyanna and Rhaegar both awful people? DawnSennin 6 points ago in asoiaf

    List of People to Blame for Robert's Rebellion:

    1. King Aerys: Slaughtered Rickard and Brandon Stark and sought to behead Robert and Ned
    2. Prince Rhaegar: Knowingly eloped with a young girl, who was betrothed to another, thanks to some prophecy
    3. Every Jouster at the Harrenhal Tournament: Failed to best Rhaegar, allowing him to crown Lyanna as Queen of love and beauty
    4. The Ghost of High Heart: Her "prophecy" led to Aerys marrying his sister
    5. Jon Arryn: He was the first to raise his banners
    6. Robert Baratheon: His constant whoring turned Lyanna away from him, romantically
    7. Danaerys: Wasn't born soon enough to wed Prince Rhaegar
    8. Lyanna: (her side of the story was never given but...) May had fell in love with and willingly eloped with Rhaegar and broke her engagement to Robert
    9. Jon Snow: Just felt like his name belong here for some reason
    10. Ashara Dayne: her's too
    11. Tywin Lannister: He might have been able to prevent the deaths of Rickard and Brandon Stark before negotiating a peace contract with Robert

    There were many factors and decisions made that led up to the war. Lyanna and Rhaegar are not the only ones to blame for the war.

    [–] My bro said his pc is running hot. DawnSennin 1 points ago in pcmasterrace

    Are there special vacuums to clean this amount of dust?

    [–] Unbeatable Batman DawnSennin 5 points ago in funny

    And that's why Barry Allen should cease messing with the timeline.

    [–] (Spoilers Extended) Jon and lady stoneheart DawnSennin 4 points ago in asoiaf

    1. No, I don’t believe that they will meet again. If they do, it would be through a weirwood dream of Jon’s or a flashback through Bran. Cat does not care and have never cared for Jon. Also, Jon’s true parentage had never been confirmed in the books. Be suspicious of all theories, especially the ones that sound credible.

    2. What is this ‘magic’ you are referencing to? The “resurrection power”? I’m not sure if that’s even legit. Mel could always glamour some poor soul (likely Satin) to look like Jon after the mutiny. Jon, on the other hand, will likely live a second life through ghost, who may deliver Jon’s soul to either Val or Bloodraven. If Jon is resurrected, it will likely be though his own capabilities as a Telepath/Necromancer. The Children of the Forest are likely capable of such skills and Jon could learn them through either delving into the Weirwoods or through Bran, via Bloodraven.

    [–] Tegra Parker or Xavier for Switch Pro? DawnSennin -1 points ago in NintendoSwitch

    Nintendo is definitely working on a more powerful Switch that would be released in the near future. From rumours, the main chip would be of a custom design and there's no validating evidence that NVidia is working with Nintendo on it. However, and this is my opinion, Nintendo will more than likely make this chip developer friendly to attract the latest games from third party devs.

    [–] Tegra Parker or Xavier for Switch Pro? DawnSennin 2 points ago in NintendoSwitch

    I wonder what the mouse thinks of Nvidia using its character names as code words for processor architectures.

    [–] [Spoilers EXTENDED] What's your favorite demonstrably untrue (book) theory? DawnSennin 8 points ago in asoiaf

    It depends on the author, but psychic abilities are ones that rise through advanced genetic capabilities. Jean Grey (X-Men), Paula (Mother 2), Rob and Lyanna (Song for Lya), Anakin (Something Wars), and Eleven (Godzilla) are not magicians but human beings with advanced mental capabilities to project their consciousness to control their environment.

    [–] Where would Vice-Admirals rank in a Yonko Crew DawnSennin 4 points ago * (lasted edited 4 days ago) in OnePiece

    Kaido: headliners

    Big Mom: Island Heads/Knights, Bishops, Rook

    Whitebeard: commanders

    [–] [Spoilers EXTENDED] What's your favorite demonstrably untrue (book) theory? DawnSennin 36 points ago in asoiaf

    Taken from a controversial youtuber :

    The world of ASOIAF is sci-fi post-apocalyptic and magic does not exist. Everything magical is either stemmed from genetic engineering or psychic powers. Also, prophecy in that world is a political tool to control people.

    [–] Do they even listen to the fan? DawnSennin 2 points ago in TokyoGhoul

    The purpose of this current adaptation is to sell the manga. Thus far, it has done its job well. Ishida's work can't be simply adapted for the screen. Tokyo Ghoul is nuanced, meticulously written, and littered with minute details with amazing payoffs. Not to mention that there was a "meta" aspect to the series. Ishida used to release cryptic drawings concerning the manga's story and he drew a calendar with some manga chapter correlating with said calendar when they were released. Tokyo Ghoul needs a visionary to adapt it into animated or live action form. You can't approach it like the typical shonen or seinan manga. Studio Pierrot had their work cut out for them and they did the best they could with the budget and care they had.