Game of Thrones – Top 10 Best & Worst Changes from the Books

Game of Thrones – Top 10 Best & Worst Changes from the Books!

Top 10 Best Changes!

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Top 10 Worst Changes!

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34 thoughts on “Game of Thrones – Top 10 Best & Worst Changes from the Books

  1. You guys are really great to listen to. You don't need the awful animation. I would be content just watching you guys talk in costume or something.

  2. 1. It's "Night King" not "Night's King." That matters because in the novels there is a "Night's King." He was a Lord Commander of the Night's Watch who went rogue and took a wife (who's described as pretty much a White Walker). The two aren't the same thing.

    2. It's pronounced "karth" not "qwarth." I know that's picky but if you're going to speak as authorities about something it pays to get it right.

  3. We need to go to Mars not because it is easy but because it is hard.. We can do anything we set our minds to and we need to venture forward into our solar system.

  4. i agree, i think the Ramsay / Sansa / Littlefinger change is the worst. LF and sansa had so much potencial after S4 together. To be a sneaky, clever team together playing the game of Thrones. But this potencial was completely ruined with the Change in the show by making LF to look like a complete idiot who doesn't have a clue how ramsay is and who sends his only asset away so she could hate him and by making Sansa weak and helpless again. At the end of S4 i was like: Wow Sansa is learning how to play, just like LF. She looked like a different person. For me this change makes no sense at all and is bad writing.

  5. In fairness, Euron made a big comeback in Season 7. Still not the book, but he was a heck of a lot more entertaining.

  6. Another GREAT scene was the one between Robert and Cersei in Season 1 Episode 7,where they talk about their personal feelings.

  7. Actually, Wilko Johnson survived his bout of cancer. I ran into him a couple of months ago in the restaurant I work at.

  8. I do like the way the High Sparrow and the Faith Militant was portrayed; while most of us will hate them for being religious extremists, I do think they have a counterpart in real life.

    Most religious extremists are very honest and sincere about their intentions. If you read The Way of the Strangers: Encounters with the Islamic State by Graeme Wood, or you can listen to Graeme Wood on a podcast with Sam Harris somewhere on YT, you will realise that real life and fictional extremists are actually not that far off. They are very honest about their intentions. More honest than the rest of GoT or real-life leaders and politicians. Wood actually interviewed extremists instead of making his own synthesis of them and Islam.

    Wood’s believers cannot be described as mindless fanatics—they had arrived at their faith in the necessity of a caliphate by a logical process once they adopted Islam (or took it seriously, if born in it), demonstrating that the Islamic State was no anomaly. Rather, it was a fulfilment of a rigorous form of Islam that is supported not only by the tens of thousands who went to fight, but by the 100 million or so Deobandis of India and Pakistan (and Birmingham) and “Wahhabis” of Qatar (yes) and Saudi Arabia, aka the followers of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (d. 1792), who revived the strict Islam ibn Taymiyyah (d. 1328). Though Wood does discuss this Islam at length, he wholly omits the Deobandis, who now control at least 30,000(!) mosques around the world through preachers sent out from their immense (and tax-exempt) Darul Uloom seminary in Deoband, India

    That's why I like the portrayals of the Faith so much. They are very real. And more importantly, in certain views, they were sympathetic. You can sympathise with them. And then you realise why real life extremists are so dangerous.

  9. Wait I just realised that the guy in the monatery with Arya is the guy that had a debt with her.

  10. FYI, I just looked it up Wilko Johnson,the actor playing Ilyn Payne isn't dead. It seems like it was an hoax.

  11. Remember that the horrible plot of Ramsy and Sansa's marriage did still happen in the book but too another character -her commoner friend Jeyne. The problem is that Little Finger would never do that to Sansa because of course he knew what Ramsy was and it didn't gain him anything. Also, Stannis murdering his daughter for 1# worst change

  12. Sansa deserves everything that happens to her at the hands of Ramsey, she gets lady killed, she ensures Arya loses Nymeria, she keeps lying for Gerofrey and plays a part in Neds's death. I was really hoping for Arya to kill her this season

  13. The actor who played the King's Justice, Wilko Johnson, is not dead. So whatever their reason was for training Jaimie with Bronn, it wasn't because the actor who plays Ser Ilyn Payne was dead — but he was certainly sick. He was diagnosed with terminal cancer, however. And from the sounds of it, the operation required the removal of a large part of his organs. But he is still alive.

  14. I love the girl who sang zombie also is it just me does the dad I guess is he the guy from Austin and ally idk whatever

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