Originally Posted by Yashimi Nakitu
An explanation could be that she left a part of her troops behind in Dragonstone, knowing she had another battle to fight.
But yeah a lot of things don't make sense. I was hoping for much better but to call the last season great and this one absolutely horrible (imdb ratings, fans hysteria,...) is not correct either. The downfall started a few seasons ago. And as soon as I saw that we would only 6 episodes this season I prepared myself mentally that they would have to rush it just to end it.
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Yeah, things went pretty bad (In my opinion, some of the praisings were always exagerated) since season 5. A tendency of those modern stuff, great scenes and no storytelling. Logic dictates she left troops behind to secure her castle and territories, yeah, (albeit she was ambushed and nobody saw it by the teleporting jack sparrow), but the problem is that they say clearly in the meeting after the night king attack, while planning the attacks on king's landing she lost half of her troops and yet, her troops never seemed as big.
Ana, Arya will not find Brazil. It is pure fan service that idea. It will keep the fanfic industry alive and fans questioning about a spin-off, the final was so dull and the storytelling needing that Tyrion, one of the biggest imbeciles of the 7 kingdoms, was used twice to work as narrator to tell what should be done because neither Jon Slow was written in a way that the conflict about Daenerys was enough to justify his Jaimeism, nor Sansa and the "best of 7 kingdoms" could work out the obvious need to select a king if they wanted (Why) to keep the realms united.
Bad storytelling, bad caracter development and bad work with the setting and pacing of the series.
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