‘Game Of Thrones': HBO Accidentally Reveals MAJOR Book Spoiler

Tue, April 29, 2014 12:59pm EDT by 13 Comments
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superfakename

Posted at 10:05 PM on August 29, 2014  

And you spoiled the spoiler in the url slug, duh

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Pete

Posted at 1:02 AM on July 19, 2014  

bran the builder?
he was a stark…

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AJ Perko

Posted at 1:56 PM on June 2, 2014  

There is no money in the books compared to the series, I doubt he will even finish the books. Not to mention, half the people reading “the books” are just pretentious book snobs who want to show off to their friends.

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Craig M Denholm (@Shirlz_knight)

Posted at 6:36 AM on June 3, 2014  

Book Snobs?? WTF?? apparently you haven’t got the brain power to read or you would understand why people read- *facepalm* I can’t get over your statement. Obviously the Ladybird ‘Apple’ book was just too much for you to take in!
The books are always or 99% of the time better as your imagination can conjure much better images than any TV or movie can and the stories can be so much more in depth whereas a TV show or movie has time, fluency and money to take into consideration.

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Taylor

Posted at 2:45 PM on June 13, 2014  

I don’t understand how there would not be any money in the books? The first book came out in the late 90’s and has been popular in the culture of the books. You can be sure George R.R. has been laughing his way to the bank ever since then.

And I also highly disagree that half the people “reading the books” is in any form of snobbery. Do people who read the books that are made into movies also snobs? Your statement makes NO sense! When it comes to reading something that has been taken to the screen, WHY would you care about ‘showing off’ to your friends?? And *how* is it showing off? I read for my enjoyment ONLY…forget others

That’s really a fragile argument on your part, dude.

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Nobigdeal

Posted at 4:18 PM on May 1, 2014  

I think George RR Martin would have said something to HBO if he thought they were “spoiling” it.

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Miki

Posted at 3:08 PM on April 30, 2014  

Darth Maul is the Night’s King!!!

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readuhbook

Posted at 2:35 PM on April 30, 2014  

The problem is, the two comments below me don’t understand the series. Obviously, they are just TV viewers. Personally, this is HUGE! I mean, it not only spoils the books, but it could lead to something huge coming with the three eyed crow! Also, with no one knowing what had happened to !!!!*SPOILER*!!!! John Snow at the end of the last book, could the Night’s King be looking to take over the night’s watch again? Could Snow become an Other to save his life? Maybe, the Night’s King isn’t from the house Nan thinks he is and he is from John’s mother’s house? Or if Lyanna is his mother, maybe he is from John’s father’s house?

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itsnotthatserious

Posted at 11:59 AM on May 1, 2014  

get over yourself you hipster

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Rysae

Posted at 11:40 AM on May 4, 2014  

A fan would know that Snows name is Jon…

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sande

Posted at 1:34 PM on May 4, 2014  

Its not from Jon’s father’s house.
Lyanna and Rhaegar Targaryan are his parents. He’s going to be saved by either landing on a ledge, Melissandre will sort him out, or he will warg into ghost – either way he will live and eventually end up Danaerys’ (hesitant at first) ally and his stark warg powers will help him ride dragons.
Benjin Stark is ColdHands and this Night’s King will be the original long dead Stark relative. Bran will save the day there.

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hiebert77

Posted at 10:40 PM on April 29, 2014  

Yeah, not too big of a spoiler. As soon as they cut to that scene, and I hadn’t read it in the books, I knew I was seeing something I didn’t know about or anticipate.

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Matthew John Pfannschmidt

Posted at 8:34 PM on April 29, 2014  

I don’t really think it makes much difference whether or not the name was revealed. That final scene was already in the show, and even without it’s name you know it’s a pretty significant character.

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