Game of Thrones has many outstanding battles under its belt, and director Miguel Saboshnik has given some of the best, with “Hardhome” and “Battle of the Bastards”. But even with this impressive record, I was a bit afraid of it. The huge (and enormously full) Winterfield battle may have been a clash that was too epic for his interest, in terms of risk (life to death), staff Their nods) and the length (the episode that was recorded at 01:22) on Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 3.
Finally, will we try in the biggest episode we have ever tried to get a fight so big that it can not be presented in a way that would settle the conflict and also fall with sufficient emotional impact?
Suppose, let’s begin with the moment before the “king of the night” turned into a thousand pieces of ice. Crashed, like my expectations, by Azur Ahae.
It was the name of the hero who always predicted the letter “A” after all (and the number of letters in the name, for that matter): Aria Stark (Macy Williams) = Azure Aahi.
The only letter in this display whose name begins with A is four letters long. Not Aegon (or Alessar, I suppose).
Perhaps she did not add the name Night King to her murder list, but in the end, “What do we say death?” As they stare at the fallen Peric Dondrion, who has died many times before, he asks all this at this moment. Every part of this plan.
Due to the separation of the Dragon from the Earth and the control of the Night King game on zero, the rest of the Winterfell forces realize the serious mistake in their strategy and retreat back to the castle, but not before losing dear Dolorous Edd. Nominal determinism (and opportunism) has finally become better on Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 3.
The following is just a bunch of chiaroscuro massacre specially designed to make you feel all the bad emotion at once: The Army of the Dead violates the Fire Winterfell fortifications. Liana Mormon, Lady of the Mujahideen, seems to be in the hands of the smart giant.
Brish dies in the protection of Arria who, to put it mildly, collapsed. Outside. Yes, she looks forward to seeing this face of death, but there is something telling us she does not expect many faces at Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 3.