• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Community Reputation

1,160 Cookie Monster

About TheCzarsHussar

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    In the underground mine shafts.
  • Interests
    The Doomsday Machine.

Recent Profile Visitors

1,135 profile views
  1. Oh boy I sure do love getting spoiled by a youtube video suggestion.
  2. I'm just now getting to the point where the Wildlings are attacking the Wall, if I didn't know Jon lived somehow this might even be intense.
  3. So when did the series start going downhill? What season did it start to do so?
  4. I ******* knew it, he was going to push her off.
  5. Oh shit. Talk about tense cliffhangers.
  6. Where I'm at now I realized what she did plus Doc told me too, I had the wrong impression on who she killed. Don't know if I'm conveying the wrong message but I wasn't finding a foulness in her character for killing the slavers, I had wrongly thought she killed everybody all the woman, children and men who weren't slaves. Turns out I was wrong, thank goodness for it.
  7. Knowing that I wish they were a little more faithful to the second book, thanks for telling me Doc!
  8. Slavery in Roscrea is pretty well exclusive to debt slavery, Druids forbid any other kind unless it's for foreigners. Lets say two petty families get into a squabble that turns real violent, losing side in that can't take slaves by right of conquest. Druids won't allow it, simply for the fact that Roscrea isn't large enough for it. Back when the Imperials invaded I did have the mind to write what happened to Imperials taken prisoner early in the war, forced labor until Uriel played Anoshurivan (The King of Kings at the time) for a fool when he extended the olive branch. After that all Imperial prisoners were executed in rather horrible manners right up until the Royal Casurgian king was killed and things began falling apart.
  9. Better tell Berahthram to ditch his serviles
  10. Damn you gave me a better quote after the fact!
  11. I still say **** that society as a whole. ~Colonel the Conqueror
  12. I wasn't defending the slavers, I was thinking she killed everyone who wasn't a slave.
  13. Alrighty I don't think I will read those books, what differs from the show compared to the book in season 2?
  14. I don't think I need to put them under spoiler tags but I've gotten as far as her crucifying all the ruling noblemen(?), I was under the wrong impression then. Killing the slavers I don't see as bad for storytelling, but I'm glad I was wrong about her putting everyone who wasn't a slave to the sword.
  15. I know why you are, but this is a fantasy world where swords can cut through plate. I like how it gives her character more depth but for her acting all high and mighty she's just as evil as those slavers, horrible horrible things happened in antiquity all the way to modern times and even then it's still happening. Don't think I have to explain why her actions aren't so one sided as 'killing all the bad men', there are many reasons why killing every non-slave is Rome/Carthage levels of fucked up but I could forgive it all because that's how everyone was back then and this is a fantasy world set in a fantasy medieval setting. It's the fact she's so high and mighty about it, thinking she's such a hero.