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'Game of Thrones' Kicks it Into High Gear with Last Episode- SPOILERS

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    The last episode of GOT was quite impressive. I have been wondering for a long time now what the white walkers will bring when they finally got here, and they definitely brought it. John Snow went to talk piece with the wildlings across the waters. Though he was met with some hostility, it seemed the more level headed leaders were going to join him in the winter fight. Before leaving with a very large number of wildings, the whole area was ambushed by the walkers. At first I though this was going to be a quick glimpse as we have seen several times. Leaving you highly intrigued. The let full anarchy loose. It was one of the best battle scenes I have ever seen, actually.

    The battle was very impressive, but my favorite part of the entire episode was seeing the leader on the dock at the very end. He was saying (only with his creepy eyes), "You can kill us, but I will raise them all". Leaving you to think that even if Snow was able to gather enough troops for a decent battle, he would just be completely overrun in the end by sheer numbers. The walkers would have an endless supply. The whole quite, eeriness of that last few minutes was brilliant.

    What do you think of the episode? Have the walkers delivered to the standards that have been built up in the show so far?
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    I am really late to the party with Game of Thrones. I only started watching it recently and am halfway through the first season, but I am really starting to get into it. I figure if something has been around for that many seasons then it must be good!
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    CultureWizard Wrote:
    The battle was very impressive, but my favorite part of the entire episode was seeing the leader on the dock at the very end. He was saying (only with his creepy eyes), "You can kill us, but I will raise them all". Leaving you to think that even if Snow was able to gather enough troops for a decent battle, he would just be completely overrun in the end by sheer numbers. The walkers would have an endless supply. The whole quite, eeriness of that last few minutes was brilliant.
    Great point. As much as I enjoyed that last scene, I didn't really think about it that way. Makes me wonder how in the hell the show is going to reconcile that. My guess is that dragon's glass will be the answer.

    I was confused by the part where Snow shattered one of them with the sword... that wasn't a dragon's glass sword, was it? I don't think it was, but I could have missed that part. If it wasn't, how do you think that happened? Did they explain it, or is that just another teaser, a question that will be answered (not so) soon enough?