Game of Owns: The Dance of Dragons

Episode 284 – The Dance of Dragons
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Another ninth episode, gone. With it, loss this community had not previously expected or imagined, as the plots thicken and build toward this fifth season’s sure to be epic conclusion. The story and a podcast sail onward.



Discussion Topics
Pure vitriol
Loss of the Mannis
The night attack
A return to the Wall
Dornish diplomacy
Loose ends
Owns of the Episode
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    1. Come on, guys. It’s pretty clear Prince Doran stole the necklace and sent it to King’s Landing to get someone to come save Myrcella. Then he could blame it on Elyria and proclaim his loyalty to Tommen. Meanwhile, he plans to

      align himself with Dany. He is also probably working with Varys or Littlefinger.

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    2. NImble Dick:
      Come on, guys. It’s pretty clear Prince Doran stole the necklace and sent it to King’s Landing to get someone to come save Myrcella. Then he could blame it on Elyria and proclaim his loyalty to Tommen.

      Why would he do that?

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    3. Geez, Micah. Tell us how you really feel about Dorne. 😉

      I’ve loved the scenes myself (the fight scene in Ep. 6 excluded). The sit down with Doran, Ellaria, Jaime, etc. in this episode was particularly great (and makes me wish we’d gotten even more of Siddig this year). I definitely don’t agree that this is the end of the Dorne stuff. I’d be shocked if there isn’t some kind of curve ball thrown in the finale.

      All this said, I wish the producers and the media hadn’t hyped up Dorne as much as they did. In the grand scheme of the season, we haven’t really spent much time there, but it was hyped up pre-season as a major element this year.

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