803 - The Long Night

803 - The Long Night

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Dyrenair

Hello Baldmove. You were wondering if there ever were other dragon-on-dragon battles. If memory serves, I can think of three movies, though The Long Night certainly has the longest scenes of dragons battling. The first Dungeons&Dragons movie has some scenes of red and gold dragons fighting and crashing into each other, poor movie though. The second Dragonheart movie has also baby gold and big red dueling. Last is Eragon, when the warlock summons a sort of ghost dragon and rides that into battle.

Sep 6th
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jtwizzle

The darkness probably was also used as a coverup on the lacking cgi. I mean its nearing movie length but only a 10-20m budget? Also the red woman was the real mvp.

May 1st
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Andrew Cable

how bad of a tactician is Jon Snow? His battle plans have sucked from the moment he took charge

May 1st
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Jill Luth

Now is the time for Dorne, the rest of the Ironborn with Yara and the Reeds to come into play perhaps? So may have a few more allies to add to the few survivors from Winterfell?

May 1st
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Brock Beldham

they could have made the Dothraki charge just a bit more believable if they made it clear that they were supposed to be a flanking charge. They make a couple of comments about how they shouldn't be waiting for the enemy like cowards. Then Mel lights their sword and their confidence gets the better of them, they break formation and charge into the night. 100x better, nothing really needs to change aside from some dialogue.

May 1st
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Scott Bunker

The same book that showed Arya's valerian steel dagger that Sam found at the Citadel, has a page that talks about how the Valerians used dragon fire to melt dragon glass into a material that they could use to build large intricate structures without seams. My theory about valerian steel is that dragon fire+ dragon glass+ steel = valerian steel. Maybe its melted and folded into the steel to make it super light weight and sharp. It would explain why it can also kill white walkers.

May 1st
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SMSimon

Melisandre was the only one that could have lit the entire fire at once, as she did early with the swords. Then pointed Arya towards the Night King. How is anyone going to tell me she wasn't absolutely vital to winning The Long Night?!

May 1st
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Bobbie Sweetish

Seven Hells! You guys are bumming me out!

Apr 30th
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Austin Sullivan

Other than the Dothraki charge getting snuffed out the only other scene that made me go "oh damn" was when Jon was walking through Winterfell and for a second it shows Sam about to die and Jon sees him and keeps walking on, letting him die. It really showed how focused on stopping the Night King he was. I didn't think he'd try to save him I just thought he'd do more than just look at him for a second then leave him. Made me sick for a second

Apr 30th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

It looked like Dany used Sir Jorah as a human shield in the last few moments, or, was it just a moment of bad acting, when the cameras turned to them?

Apr 30th
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Alisia Marie Barbour

Can Jon Snow/Aegon Targaryen walk through fire like Danaerys?

Apr 30th
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803 - The Long Night

803 - The Long Night

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