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All the Chickens said:People are still emailing BM asking what the spiral patterns mean. I don't know why. It's just the same stone spiral around the weirwood tree that the Night King was originally created at (pics below are from the same tree while he was being created and after he was created).
The creators went into further unnecessary details by saying that it's just his way of mocking the Children of the Forest patterns, like a satan worshiper would use an upside down cross to mock God.
Seems weird that Sam would be like "according to this scroll, the CotF used this spiral pattern as a symbol for creation, so the Night King must be bastardizing it as a symbol for death and destruction."
The Children of the Forest are dead, so how are we going to learn more about what exactly their patterns mean? Is that something that people really want to learn about on screen?
There was a scene with Tyrone and Sansa killing wights that appears to have been cut. Probably more suspenseful to have Tirren be a bit helpless.
All the Chickens said:I'm sure it's been mentioned, but that score at the end of the battle was grade A Ramin Djawadi.
"Light of the Seven" is still his best and most unique work on the show, but this is up there as memorable.
Murderbear said:I think if the NK can one shot him with his ice spears then they should be able to one shot him with a Dragonglass spear. Too bad they didn't have the brilliant mind of Qyburn there to say hey, how about a crossbow....but bigger! No one in the North is that smart.