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Join the online community, create your anime and manga list, read reviews, explore the forums, follow news, and so much more! It seems that taking over Udon wasn't going to be as simple as Luffy thought. I have to give the warden some credit. Just when Luffy was acting all confident, the warden turned the tables on him. This shows Luffy that he can't get too careless even with fodders, especially those who don't shy away from underhanded tactics. Luckily, he got the support of Hyogoro, Raizo, Kiku, and Kawamatsu. Kid needs to be free as well. Can't have the prison uprising without him having part of the action. With Kawamatsu finally making his full appearance, the only Scabbard left to be revealed is Denjiro. Plus, Oden and Toki also need to be fully shown and not just as silhouettes. I agree with Chopper on one thing. Forget about Big Mom. She is Queen's problem now and hopefully, she will become Kaido's problem as well.

Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6 Finale details 'leak' online

Tonight is the finale of one of my favourite series of all time, and I feel empty. Not excited, not nervous, just accepting of the fact that I'll be let down again. I honestly can't believe how quickly the show went from me being obsessed with everything ASOIAF for so long to not particularly caring how it ends. It really sucks that something I cared for so much has managed to fall so far so fast. We'll finally get the ending to Tyrion's jackass and honeycomb joke. I'm hoping against hope that Jaime has Arya-tier plot armour and is alive somehow.

Apart from that, I'm surprised by how little I care about watching the final episode. GOT has never been this unexciting before. I'm really hoping Bran does something meaningful in final episode or is revealed to have done something meaningful in a previous episode. I fail to see the point of his entire arc if he doesn't. What was he doing during the battle against the Night King? What motivates him? Why did he say Jon had to know about his parentage? Does he have any goals now that the Night King is gone or was that the end of his arc? I hope D&D gives us something. Its going to end like this. Just as the huge fight is ending, we hear it is being narrated by Sam. All of a sudden it shows Sam. Hes sitting bedside reading to his child. Its actually the year 2020. He finishes the story and closes the book. The book is titled Game Of Thrones. He shuts off the light and closes the door. Camera pans to the little kids face. Kids eyes all of a sudden flash ice blue. Then the bum bum bumbum music come on and credits roll. Or it was all a dream and ned wakes up.

Big wildfire explosion kills Dany, Drogon, Dhotraki, Unsullied ...

Jon is outside of city with his army, people are reaching for a leader, he reluctantly accept it. It's a job and he is good at it. Emisaaries from other kingdoms are coming, asking for audience, Great Council is scheduled.

Bran is having fun in Winterfell, watching Harrenhal tournament, Ned and Lyanna having fun. But someone is not happy there. Lyanna and Rhaegar, Lyanna is kidnapped after wedding ... Next fleshback - Mad King and Jaime, fall of KL, wildfire ... Varys' role explained, he had balls after all. We got explanation why Dany snapped, it's tragic.

Arya escaped KL in last minute before explosion, she is done with killing.

Bronn slipes on banana and kills himself with crossbow, not so tragic. Brienne is pregnant, she will tell only nice things about Jaime to her daughter. Bran is not going to tell her the truth. Edmure Tully is good looking as he used to be, his wife is expecting another baby. Ghost is also pregnant. Seasons are back to normal, north of the wall is not so cold any more, Thormund is unhappy.

Bran occasinally threatens that he will bring Night King back.

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