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LoneWolf

Hodor... *GoT spoiler*

Seriously the last episode of GoT was worse then the red wedding... they killed Hodor...

It shouldn’t surprise me they killed him eventually... but its Hodor... and how they killed him...

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What did you honestly expect, you spoiled it for me but I had a thought that this would occur, it shouldn't be all men must day, its all humans must die with this movie

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Oh i definitely expect them all to die, its game of thrones the good characters above all else i expect to die

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Well firstly Sean Bean, I think he has died enough secondly his death symbolized just what this world contained, no honour

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Definitely a valid point

All i can say is, go John Snow, the last honourable man in the GoT world... except maybe Tyrian

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Definitely a valid point

All i can say is, go John Snow, the last honourable man in the GoT world... except maybe Tyrian

 

Jon Snow serious honourable? He broke his oath and with that loud mouthed.....I won't finish that sentence. He must've been the type of guy who likes abuse to find her attractive

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Valid argument

But is blindly following the tenants of what is honourable truly such a virtue? Clearly honour does not always end so well, indeed it points to a broader question about tradition and the value of following tradition.

I am all for honour, but I also do not follow without question. I want to know why and I can relate to such doubts and questions

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Well I would say that keeping one word is an honourable trait in all honesty after all would you consider me honourable if I promised to do something then at the first opportunity (okay the second) of getting any I broke my promise?

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