Win Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season on Blu-ray!

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Welcome to our second huge giveaway of the day here at Watchers on the Wall! Earlier this afternoon we kicked off the holiday festivities by starting our giveaway for the Game of Thrones Seasons 1-7 Blu-ray Box Set, and now it’s time for another giveaway, with even more winners.

Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season arrives in stores tomorrow December 12 and we’re celebrating by giving away the latest season to THREE of our readers! The Complete Seventh Season is packed with exclusive new bonus content including audio commentaries for every episode (sometimes two!), two new behind-the-scenes specials, and, for a limited time, a bonus disc featuring Conquest & Rebellion: An Animated History of the Seven Kingdoms, a 45-minute, never-before-seen extension of the Clio Award-winning Histories & Lore, narrated by some of the show’s biggest stars! And of course the Blu-ray includes the Histories and Lore once again, with a new series of intriguing animated featurettes to expand our knowledge of Game of Thrones.

What do you have to do to enter to win? Tell us your favorite moment of Game of Thrones, from Season 7! Post it in comments here and you’ll be entered in the giveaway. We’re accepting entries for the next seven days, and we’ll draw a winner next Monday afternoon. For the complete rules and even more ways to enter, keep scrolling!

*This giveaway officially is worldwide; however, since these are Blu-rays, they do have a Region Code and will only work with Region-A compatible players. Region A includes North America, Central America, South America, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Anyone is free to enter but just be aware of player compatibility!*


The Official Rules

Blu-ray Game of Thrones Season 7 Cover smallerHow do you enter? You can enter in three different ways, earning up to 3 entries total!

Method #1:  Comment on this post, and tell us your favorite moment of Game of Thrones Season 7!

Method #2: Twitter: Follow our Twitter, WatchersOTWall, and retweet the Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season Contest tweet (you must do both for the extra entry). If you already follow us, no problem. Simply retweet the contest post.

Method #3: Facebook: Like the WatchersontheWall Facebook page, and Like and Share the Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season Post (you must do both for the extra entry). If you already Like our page, again, no problem. Just like and share the contest post and you are entered!

Entries are accepted for a week, until 4PM ET on December 18th, 2017. The three (3) winners will be randomly selected among the entrants and announced shortly thereafter on Monday.

**This is a worldwide contest** The winners are selected by random drawing. The winners must respond within 72 hours of notification or will forfeit their prize and other winner/s will be selected. The winners must have a valid shipping address.

Twitter and Facebook are their own entities and are in no way associated with this giveaway.

This isn’t your only chance to win this week. Make sure you also enter to win the Game of Thrones Seasons 1-7 Box Set!

Good luck and happy holidays, from us all at Watchers on the Wall!


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More details about Game of Thrones: The Complete Seventh Season!

Blu-ray & DVD Exclusive Bonus Features Include:
Conquest & Rebellion: An Animated History of the Seven Kingdoms– From the Game of Thrones realm comes the never-before-seen story of the tumultuous events that shaped the world of Westeros for thousands of years before the series start. Cast members Pilou Asbæk (Euron Greyjoy), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Aidan Gillen (Littlefinger), Conleth Hill (Varys), Harry Lloyd (Viserys Targaryen) and Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) team up to narrate the animated telling of Aegon Targaryen’s attempts to conquer the Seven Kingdoms, written by show writer Dave Hill.
From Imagination to Reality: Inside the Art Department– Extensive two-part featurette detailing the astonishing work of Production Designer Deborah Riley and her Art Department, dissecting the process behind the creation of this season’s incredible new sets, including Dragonstone, Casterly Rock, Highgarden, the Dragonpit, and more.
Fire & Steel: Creating the Invasion of Westeros– Revisit this season’s most pivotal moments with this behind-the-scenes featurette, including interviews with key cast and crew breaking down how fans’ favorite moments were created.
Audio Commentaries- Commentaries on every episode with cast and crew including David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, Jacob Anderson, Gwendoline Christie, Liam Cunningham, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, and more.

Blu-ray Exclusive Bonus Features Include:
Histories and Lore- 7 new animated pieces that give the history and background of notable season 7 locations and storylines including The Dragonpit, Highgarden, Prophecies of the Known World, the Rains of Castamere and more all narrated by cast members including Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Aidan Gillen, Iain Glen and more. Swing by our post from earlier today for in-depth details on the Histories and Lore, and audio commentaries!
• In-Episode Guides– In-feature resource that provides background information about on-screen characters and locations.

Digital Download Exclusive Bonus Features Include:
Creating the North and Beyond– Behind-the-scenes featurette delving into the massive undertaking of creating and filming the battle in Episode 6 of Season 7.

Season 7 is available now for preorder, and on Digital Download, and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, December 12!

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    1. My favorite season 7 moment was either when Dany went to rescue Jon beyond the wall or their intimate moment after Jon woke up on the boat.
      Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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    2. Loot train attack was awesome! Never thought we were going to see the Dothraki in a combat cavalry charge with an all important assist of a dragon no less. Filmmakers should take note.

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    3. I thought the best part of season 7 was the reunion between Sansa, Bran, and Arya Stark. The fact that together the three of them took down Littlefinger was the best.

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    4. Okay… S7 favorite moment this time…
      Hmm… I might have to go with D&D breaking through the clouds over the Dothraki to the surprised and horrified Jaime & Bronn. “We can hold them off.” (SCREECH!!) Umm, shit, maybe not!!

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    5. So many favorite moments, but I have to admit, I loved the Davos’ introduction of Jon Snow to Dany . . . made me actually laugh out loud!

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    6. There were so many! Argh, either Olenna Tyrell’s conversation with Jaime where she made clear that she was behind Joffrey’s death, or Arya and Sansa working together against Littlefinger (although I thought the leadup to that was really frustrating). If I thought hard enough I could come up with ten more that would compete with those though.

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    7. That moment before the Loot train battle where we started hearing the Dothraki coming and Jaime and Bronn realized they were in trouble!

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    8. Season 7 was a huge visual feast, but I choose Arya’s revenge killing of House Frey the best. Winter has come! How suitable to set the tone of the season with so much intensity.

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    9. The castle switcheroo, wherein Jaime triumphantly tricks his foes into attacking the wrong location, but his moment of triumph comes crashing down when the poisoned Lady Olenna (brava Diana Rigg!) smirkingly confesses to killing his eldest son.

      Honorable Mention: Bran and Meera’s awkward, to say the least, goodbyes, wherein she has her heart broken and he shows that he truly has become the Three-Eyed Raven. That scene pissed off a lot of watchers, but what other show would have had the cajones to do it?

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    10. Hard to choose, but I have to say, that epic moment when Sansa said: “How do you plead?… Lord Baelish…” This was my favorite moment, loved the delivery.

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    11. My favourite moment of Season 7… I’ll just say it in 3 words: “I don’t believe you.” I think you all know what scene I’m talking about. That was a long time coming. 🙂

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    12. Best Moment of Season 7:

      S7E3….

      “Tell Cersei. I want her to know it was me! ” – Lady Olenna Tyrell

      In my opinion..this was a EPIC way to go out!

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    13. Definitely the scene in the finale with Jon and Dany convincing their advisers to let them sail together with absolutely no hidden motives at all. Dany’s body language at the end of the scene was so “I’m 17 and just tricked my parents into letting me have a boy over!!!” and Jorah’s resignation and Tyrion’s eye rolling are excellent, too.

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    14. Mostly because I’m enamored of Alfie Allen’s mad acting chops, the scene in which Theon awkwardly asks Jon’s forgiveness and Jon grudgingly begins to grant it. A Greyjoy AND a Stark indeed. Soon enough, Jon too will know how it feels to be simultaneously a scion of two families with a long history of being at war with each other.

      PS: If Blu-Ray discs can’t be played at all in a normal DVD player, don’t bother putting my name in the drawing.

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    15. Favorite scene: Dany arrives at Dragonstone. One of my favorite pieces of music from Ramin and absolutely gorgeous shots!

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    16. Oh there are soooo many moments i love and isome give me shivers….honest my fav. Moment was when Sansa cam with Littlefinger to save Jon Snow from being sqashed by Ramsy Bolton. I was crying first Horror/screaming tears and than finally HAPPY TEARS!

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    17. It’s really difficult to choose. I have watched the scene where Jon is meeting Drogon up close, with Daenerys looking on with intense curiosity, more times than I can count, though. I’d been hoping to see how the dragons responded to Jon, as it happened, it was a beautifully done scene.

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    18. Daenerys’s says “I haven’t given YOU permission to leave”

      Jon Snow responds “With respect Your Grace, I don’t need your permission… I am a King”

      Jon Snow – The King of the North aka: Aegon Targaryen – the rightful heir of the Iron Throne – King of the Seven Kingdoms

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    19. Am I the only one who really enjoyed the season 7 finale? Seriously, all this tension and smart talk with no bombastic action for ~80 minutes was, for once in this show, if not ever, really damn good!

      The battle in “The Spoils of War” was still great though, but I think the finale was kind of underappreciated.

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    20. Jamie thinking his army can hold off the Dothraki on an open field. Robert Baratheon was squirming in his grave at that moment.

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    21. Honestly my favorite part was the opening scene of episode1. I was so fucking excited to see Walder Frey, because i knew immediately what this meant, that Arya had stolen his face and was soon to do some more avenging. David Bradely was great in that scene.
      Ive said it before and ill say it again, my favorite thing about GoT is the underlying dread or impending doom. Anytime the series captures that sense of dread is a win in my book, and i believe this scene is a great example, even if a protagonist is the one “serving” that particular batch of terror!

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    22. Jaime and Bronn vs Dany, khalasar and dragons. The first large scale battle of the series that had me cheering for opposing forces.

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    23. Daenerys and co just completely running roughshod over the Lannister army. I wasn’t rooting for Jaime or Bronn to die but it’s been a long overdue for the Lannister’s to get steamrolled in that manner.

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    24. Best moment of the season was the last moment…when the White Walkers marched up to The Wall, stopped, and then just as you wonder where the Night’s King is, he rocks up on the back of a ZOMBIE DRAGON (!!) breathing blue fire (or is it ice?), completely destroying The Wall, allowing the White Walkers to march across to Westeros. It was a moment we all saw coming, but looked unbelievable!

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    25. Favorite S7 moment? Tough call.
      And the nominees are:

      • Arya avenging the Red Wedding in S1e1 cold – and I mean cold open.

      • Arya-Brienne sparring: Because after six seasons of wearing rags and robes, Arya showed up in that dynamite warrior princess with her (as Brienne observed) “nice sword…very nice dagger” and proceeded to do that dagger twirl, and then hand-to-hand dagger flip.

      • Jon (paraphrasing): “With all due respect, Your Grace, I don’t need your permission. I am a king.”
      Damn right!!!

      • Sam: “You’re not dying today, Ser Jorah.”

      • Sandor throwing rocks at zombies.

      • Sandor asks Beric about Lord of Light in S7e1.

      • Arya nonchalantly slicing LF’s neck and walking away, like turning on the dishwasher.

      • Sandor scolds Gendry for whinging.

      • Sansa + Arya on battlements at end of e7.

      And the award goes to 🥁🥁 (drum roll)…

      ✔️ Warrior Princess Arya in scene with Brienne, S7e4

      PS. Scene that should have been momentous but wasn’t 🙁: Arya & Nymeria reunion.

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    26. My favorite moment from Season 7 is when they finally bring all the core characters together. I know it a tense meeting, but well worth the wait to see them all together for the first time ever.

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    27. “But you didn’t slaughter every one of the Starks. No, no. That was your mistake. You should have ripped them all out, root and stem. Leave one wolf alive and the sheep are never safe.”

      ― Winter came for House Frey

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    28. Really tough. To be honest it’s a dead tie between Littlefingers blink after his accusation and Cersei’s face when she heard/saw the dragon and the wight.

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    29. My favorite part of season 7 was when Cersei revealed to Jamie that she will not help fight against the Night King. That whole scene was awesome!

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    30. I always suspected I’d be a Daenerys x Jon shipper to some extent or another but I never expected their on-screen charisma to be so damn strong. I teared up big-time in that scene with them on the ship after the battle. Jon proclaiming her his queen blew me away. Stellar performances from Clarke and Harington.

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    31. Sooo many to choose from, but I’ll go with Lady Olenna schooling Jamie in High Garden before kicking the bucket in magnificent fashion

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    32. So many special moments: Characters coming together for first time or reuniting; great historical battles; memorable deaths; the slow development of trust between Jon & Daenerys.

      My favorite moment was Littlefinger’s judgement & death

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    33. Euron Greyjoy’s attack on the ship, capturing Yara and killing the Sand Snakes. Euron is the best.

      The one that affected me the most emotionally though, was when the whites dragged Dany’s dragon out of the water.

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    34. my favourite moment of s7 is definitely when the wall fell. the Night King riding undead Viserion was epic. then my mouth was on the floor when he collapsed the wall with his blue flame.

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    35. For me, the best moments are always the dialogue&character-driven ones, like the meetings between Cersei and Tyrion or Olenna and Jaime. However, I’ll make an exception for what I consider the best ever CGI-heavy action scene in any tv-series or movie: the fiery loot train!

      (Also: Woohoo, double awesome giveaway this week, thanks WOTW!!!)

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    36. Arya & Nymeria

      Cave symbols
      Bran & Sam
      “Tell Cercei—I want her to know it was me.”
      Sam & Jorrah
      Jon & Drogon
      “My sister asked you a question!”

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    37. I will not be purchasing this Blu Ray set again this year. Buying the GoT Blu Ray used to be a tradition for me every February, I used to go at 12 AM on the release date and go home and watch all of the commentaries and animated featurettes. Those featurettes used to be like heaven to me, especially when quite a bit of the book material hadn’t been covered and I wanted background on things without getting spoiled. Alas, this tradition is no more as S6 and S7 totally annihilated the series. Very sad.

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    38. So many great scenes..but as we have to pick one..when in episode 4 Jaime and Bronn hear the loud sound of horses galloping and men screaming; appears over the hill the horde of Dothraki, then Drogon out of the clouds..Epic!

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    39. So many to choose! Two favorites are Littlefinger’s death scene at the hands of the Starks (seriously had it coming!), and the scene and Jamie’s expression when Drogon and Dany appear over the incoming Dothraki before the field of fire battle sequence.

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    40. Olenna’s “it was me” moment.
      Come on! That woman is just the best, I loved here since she appeared on the show for the first time and it was such a great way to go.

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    41. I’m not even trying to be a pain in the butt, but I can’t really think of one signature scene that I loved from S7.

      S7 actually made me appreciate S6 a lot more, as there were many scenes I loved in S6: Hound cold open, Doran betrayal, Dany goodbye to Jorah, the fight scene in Dorne, Arya training montage, etc. etc.

      I thought I loved Arya’s scene with Nymeria, but I realized I was just projecting what I wanted to be on that scene: that Arya has changed so much (for the worse) that Nymeria doesn’t even recognize her. But they didn’t choose a dark arc for Arya, one for instance, where she might be compromised when she leaved Braavos (i.e. she does something real bad) which would be far more interesting than Marvel Arya.

      My favorite parts of S7 were probably the conversations on Dragonstone and Kings Landing. But ultimately, my final answer is, I didn’t have a favorite scene from S7 because it was terrible.

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    42. Season 7 was obviously made to please the majority of viewers. I craved for some classic GoT/ASOIAF moments, but let’s face it – this story kept changing and evolving, which means we probably won’t get them…ever. Well, maybe at the very end, as the ending is supposed to be the same, book and show, and was created before the show even aired.
      Nevertheless, the last season was one of the best.
      From the very beginning, the first episode was a perfect set up for the season. Highlights for me would be the Brootherhood scenes and of course, Dany arriving at her birthplace.
      In episode 2 I really enjoyed Cersei with her blind confidence and love for power, as she and Qyburn prepared for the inevitable – dragons. Arya hearing about Jon being the KitN and deciding to meet him.
      Episode 3 – the beginning – the big meeting – absolutely loved it – enough said. Melisandre and Varys on the cliffs was an eye candy I still think about – beautiful moment. Sansa and Bran reuniting was sweet – as every Stark reuniting basically. The last one worth mentioning is Olenna having literally the last moment with Jaime.
      Episode 4 – as the romance between Dany and Jon kicks off, Ramin Djawadi delivers the score which may in the future effectively break/shatter our hearts – he is brilliant.
      At the end Daenerys is finally the dragon we want her to be and burns them all – this is my favourite “moment” in season 7, as it all happened so fast.

      The next episode is along with episode 2 the weakest of the season. But it has the Jon/Drogon scene which does make my eyes water – incredible.
      Almost the whole sixth episode is a foreplay for the spectacular ending – I love it and keep watching it over and over again once in a while.
      Finally, the last episode represents the true GoT spirit I’ve been craving for. So maybe there’s still hope for those classic moments – and this was a classic episode.

      Thanks for reading.

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    43. My favourite moment was after littlefingers death when arya and sansa were standing on top of the winterfell castle and were talking about Ned Stark.

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    44. My favorite moment of Season 7 was when Arya and Sansa were standing on the battlements of Winterfell after the Littlefinger incident and Sansa recited the ‘lone wolf dies but the pack survives’…

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    45. Theon and Jon’s confrontation in the throne room of Dragonstone. It was such a beautiful and emotional scene and I’ve always appreciated Alfie’s acting; his portrayal of Theon has always been so powerful.

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    46. When Arya realized in the Tavern, that Winterfell fell back to the Starks. A moment which showed, that there is still humanity in her and not only the badass killer.

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    47. Too many to count, but if I had to pick one – Bran and Sam finally put two and two together about Jon, perfectly tied in with the final montage of Jon and Dany.

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    48. Just a single shot, really…Theon stumbling into the salt water and splashing it on his face. What is dead may never die, but rises again harder and stronger.

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    49. Favorite moment? Definitely Jaime finally parting ways with Cersei and walking out into the snow. Even with all the great action sequences this season, this stood out most to me as the scene I’ll always remember.

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    50. Beyond the wall when Dany lost her dragon. It was shocking, heartbreaking and done very, very well.

      Hard to choose between that one and LF….but dragons always win out with me.

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    51. Jaime riding north in the snow, followed by the scenes of winter arriving in Wesetros. I love those beautiful, but haunting moments with Ramin Djawadi score because we know all hell is about to break loose.

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    52. I’ve said this in another post. But my favorite was the moment Daenerys DESTROYED the Lannister Army. I was so hyped in the moment that I acidentally hurt my wrist, as I was hitting the couch with excitement. Didn’t matter tho, the adrenaline numbed the pain. Only Game of Thrones can make one accidentally hurt themselves and be happy about it

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    53. I loved seeing that beautiful moment when Jon met Drogon and stretched out his un-gloved hand to touch his muzzle, but Jaime’s face when you hear the screams of the Dothraki and the thundering of their hooves over the ridge was priceless (and of course Drogon emerging through the cloud) – the retribution shall be swift!

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    54. I enjoyed all the banter between the Magnificent Seven north of the wall – especially the exchange between Tormund and Sandor, though the Sandor/Gendry whinging exchange, Beric/Jon discussion about death, and the Jon/Jorah sword exchange were also good.

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    55. Lots of great moments. I think my favorite would have to be when Dany swoops down from the sky on Drogon, and the horror on Jamie and Bronn’s face as they realize they’re screwed. Followed very closely by Jon entering Dany’s throne room on Dragonstone and seeing her for the first time.

      Thanks for the giveaways!

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    56. There are a number of scenes to choose from. But my standout favorite scene was the scene at Winterfell when the Stark sisters (and Bran!) finally snared Littlefinger (“How do you answer these charges…Lord Baelish?”). There have been few moments on Game of Thrones so deeply satisfying as when Arya slit Littlefinger’s throat, putting an end to him, at last. Yes, I rewatched that whole scene a lot.

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    57. Most definitely the scene where snow is falling on King’s landing and Westeros, the snow on the map is extremely powerful and the music que is fenomenal!

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    58. Oh man, so many to choose from. Can I have the missing/deleted Jon and Ghost scene where he asks Ghost to watch over Sansa as my favorite?

      After that in no particular order, my favorites are: Jon choking out LF. I could watch that over and over again. Olenna and Jaime’s conversation. Sansa and Arya on the battlements at Winterfell. Jon telling Sansa he was leaving the North (his heart) in her care in front of all the Northern Lords. Cersei and Tyrion’s conversation.

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    59. Best moments: Attack on the loot train for sure. Even now I still rewatch it countless times, beginning at the part where Bronn hears the Dotharki riding far away until that beautiful ending. Amazing and intense episode. But on the quiet side, The Queen’s Justice was near perfection. The whole episode made me realize GoT could indeed recover from all the faults in its storyline and dialogues since the past 2 seasons. It was all there, everything I like about this show. Aaaaaaand: The frigging wall crumbling down. Jesus, how I waited for that moment. The more high fantasy it gets the more I fall in love!

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    60. Opening scene S07E01 was one of the most satisfying of the whole series. I could hear the roar from around the world when Arya reaches over and takes ‘ol Walders face off herself. It is such a gratifying well done opener, Cheers. It is why GoT stands alone in entertainment.

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    61. My favorite moment of season 7 was Sansa sentencing Little Finger to death with the help of her siblings and I especially loved the conversation Sansa and Arya had afterward.

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    62. The moment in the finale when Cersei almost has Jaime killed. When the light of the seven theme started to play and the mountain unsheathed his sword I thought he was done for, it was easily the most tense and anxious I felt the entire season.

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    63. Tell them…WINTER came for House Frey.

      Runners up:
      Littlefinger’s death–Sansa with words, Arya with Valyrian steel.
      Jaime charging Drogon.

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    64. Lady Olenna’s mic drop. Her words, I believe, paved the way for Jaime leaving Cersei, another top scene. My honorable mention goes to the conversations beyond the Wall before the group encountered the dead.

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    65. In terms of spectacle I loved the first part of the Night King’s attack on the Wall, that harrowing moment when the three hornblasts are being blown as the army of the dead approaches. Really brought it full circle to season 1 when no one believed the threat was anything but a fiction told by people like Old Nan by the fire.

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    66. Here and Spanish coment ** me encantó cuando Danaerys enfrentó al ejército Lannister con Drogon fue expectacular me repetí ese capitulo infinidad de veces incluso vi las reacciones en YouTube, totalmente adictivo

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    67. My favorite moment from Season 7 was when Ned Umber and Alys Karstark pledged allegiance to Jon Snow (Episode 1, Dragonstone).

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    68. My favorite scene was Jaime Lannister riding to Winterfell. That scene is so full-circle and full of foreshadowing. He covers his hand and is riding out without armor (which he will probably replace with Targ armor like when he served the mad king). It starts to snow, showing winter is here. Can’t wait for all his reunions in Winterfell … though the one with Bran might be interesting.

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    69. I was really glad to finally see Cersei enact revenge upon those snakes from Dorne that have murdered her little girl. The ambient, the soundtrack, the acting… Everything in that scene was perfect!

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    70. My favorite moment of the season was in The Spoils of War, when Dany arrives on the field with Drogon and lays waste to the Lannister army.

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    71. There were countless moments this season that I absolutely loved. If I had to pick one as a favorite, it’s almost impossible.

      I’ll go with Arya vs Brienne! Arya is truly Billy Jean Badass now! 🙂

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    72. Without a doubt my favorite scene this season was in the Spoils of War, The Battle of Blackwater Rush and Drogon frying Lannisters. Waited 7 Season to watch one of Dany’s dragons in a battle, didn’t disappoint at all !

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    73. Well, despite the timeline issue, there are still many great moments in S7!

      One of my favorite moments from the season is actually the brief encounter between Arya and Nymeria. T_T *heartbroken*

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    74. My favorite scene of the season was the death of Littlefinger. I kept waiting for him to get his and when he did he was so shocked. He thought he was playing Arya and Sansa but they had his number the whole time

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    75. Favorite scene was the storyline & build up to Little Finger’s death in front of all those he thought he controlled and surely manipulated for his gain. The astonishment of those thinking Sanza was going for Arya was quite entertaining but the payoff – Arya slicing his throat & his expression…priceless!

      Now she has what she needs to get close to Cerise… Yay!

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    76. My favorite season 7 moment was Daenerys and the Dothraki charging on the Lanister army, especially Jaime’s face when he heard Drogon.

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    77. It’s a toss up between Drogon checking out Jon and seeming to recognize the Targaryen in him and Arya wiping out all the (male) Freys. It was a great season!

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    78. The scene where the Dothraki rose into battle vs the Lannister army was by far my favorite! Gives me chills just thinking about it! The choreography and detail put into that scene was just amazing.

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    79. My favorite moments were battles and Hardhome is the one I watched more than any other. Followed by the Battle of the Bastards and Dany & Drogon & her army over the Loot train. I just can’t get over how amazing it looks and sounds.

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    80. There are so many! Drogon flying on to battle against the Lannister forces. Drogon meeting Jon at Dragonstone. Dany, with her dragons saving Jon and co., from the Night King.

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    81. Yaas!! I’m from Ecuador. So my fav moment is when Dany saves Jon and co. in Beyond the Wall, Jon and Dany conversation in the Dragonpit, I love how they are so soft with each other *__*. Thanks for the giveaway, hopefully I get lucky :P.

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    82. So many great moments this season but my Favourite moment was definitely winter in Kings Landing, it signified alot about how things weren’t the same anymore and it just hits you with this “oh shit” moment that the end is coming soon. The music in that scene was I think the best this season too!

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    83. Diana Rigg’s magnificent sad look as she watches the Lannister army approaching Highgarden from her balcony.
      In a heartbeat, you feel she’s understood what’s happened: the betrayal of her first general, Cersei’s dire need of gold to reimburse the Iron Bank, the literal end of House Tyrell as rulers of the Reach, and a kind of bitter relief that this whole mess is finally going to end. In a matter of hours, she’ll get to see her family again in one of the seven Heavens – no doubt she’ll get there – and have a nice long chat with Tywin about how he screwed up her daughter.
      The following scene with Jaime is obviously perfect too, but this single shot of Lady Olenna catching up with everything that’s happening, as usual faster than everybody else (audience included), was the highlight of this very uneven season for me.

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