They gave her actual dive bombing tactics by attacking out of the sun so the scorpions on the ships can't shoot accurately, so that's cool, but then they have no reasoning for why the ones on the wall can't seem to get a shot off. At least they tried? Which is false because you know they only had her come from the sun for it's cinematic effect.This week, they could have done something SUPER cool and shown Dany learned something from last week, and given the Dragon some armor.. make it a surprise, so you see the dragon flying around burninating things and then WHAM it gets hit, and you think that's that.. but SURPRISE, they installed some cool dragon armor on it and the ballista just bounces off and all the city army people know they're supremely fucked.
Yeah, I've read a couple of these and chuckled. Sounds like the spoilers are true, and the show will not be salvaged in the final episode.The memes for this are glorious though.
I was thinking the same. That they just skipped over what would've and should've been a major thing and an episode or two or even a whole season was a shame, but not a surprise. Again, "Ain't nobody got time fo dat!" He could've just said, "Uh, she flew away. Don't know why or where she went. *shrugs* In the meantime, I'm in charge." They all saw the dragon fly away and wouldn't be able to make out whether she was in a foot or on a back. No doubts would be given. Uch.My biggest thought is this should have been two episodes. 1 would have ended with Jon ganking Dany and Drogon flying off. The 2nd would have been all the fallout and resolutions. It would have given both story lines a little more room to breathe.
But yeah, this. The story and the way it all worked out was fine, but with 7 seasons of GoT typical in depth development of story and character decisions, this felt painfully rushed. And it sent a HUGE message... "We want to be done with it. Deal with it."In general I have been mostly fine with almost all the plot beats this season, they just really needed to have more episodes to make them feel earned and not rushed like they did, but it's all in the past now. At least now our watch has ended.