Got S8 E3 Spoilers Without Context



Got S8 E3 Spoilers Without Context

When the most awaited season of Game of Thrones aired on April 14 (April 15 in India) this year, millions of fans around the world feared something more than the Night King crossing ‘The Wall’―spoilers!

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GOT S8 E3 spoilers without context. Posted by 10 months ago. GOT S8 E3 spoilers without context. 30.5k votes, 94.3k comments. S8E3 - The Long Night- Post-Episode Discussion Thread Discuss your thoughts and reactions to the episode you just. Hey guys, in this article, we are going to tell you the fate of Jamie Lannister during the final season. The episode 1 of Game of Thrones season 8 is about to air on April 14, 2019, Sunday. Naturally, GoT fans came out in numbers to share about what they had just witnessed - many crossing the holy line and spilling out the spoilers. Others, who had watched the battle, kept the secrets to themselves while simultaneously tweeting out spoilers with no context to relieve themselves.

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GoT fans are merciless when it comes to spoilers. No matter how much ever you try to avoid it, you will surely get to know the story if by any chance you could not catch up with the telecast.

What people do and want to do after watching Game of Thrones is talk about it. GoT fans love to dissect what happened and then theorise what is going to happen in the series. Fan theories and memes about the series have been flooding social media and the internet for years now. GoT spoilers were also famous over the years for ruthlessly spoiling the fun for others. So, fans could not really control themselves from spoiling the fun for others. But this time it all got a lot more interesting. It seems that the memes are getting cleverer this time. GoT fans have finally decided to follow the ‘Spoilers Without Context’ trend.

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Game of Thrones has a huge fan following around the globe and India, too, boasts of a strong fan base. But when episode 2 of season 8, ‘A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’ reached Germany through Amazon Prime way before it reached India and other countries, fans were in dread for fear of spoilers. Season 8 is the most anticipated season of the series and fans were ready at hand with many theories and interpretation for what is going to hit the screen in this closing season. So, one would surely not want to spoil it for oneself.

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Got S8 E3 Spoilers Without Context

This season, fans and fan pages on Instagram, Twitter and other social networking sites started posting ‘Spoilers Without Context’ about new GoT episodes. Fans posted a collage of images totally unrelated to the series, but with the content enough to summarise the important happenings of the episodes. The catch here is that only the ones who watched the episode would be able to make sense of the content.

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No fan would mind a Joey Tribbiani of F.R.I.E.N.D.S. drinking milk in a GoT spoiler meme, nor would they mind a flying Dumbo image on the spoiler. It will not spoil the story for fans unless they know how the images relate to the second and first episode of the eighth season. F.R.I.E.N.D.S. and Black Panther fans would actually enjoy the new GoT memes with their favourite characters on. One may also find the minions getting knighted or SpongeBob and his friends sitting around the fire.

The fun is double this time. Foremost, the fans get to talk about the episodes that are telecast and interpret the upcoming episode without spoiling the fun for others. And second, the process is getting more creative and interesting when fans are creating memes without context and people are trying hard to figure out what it means. So, now that the ‘Long Night’ is over, there are more interesting things to unwrap before the final battle for the Iron Throne.

Mumbai: Indian fans woke up Monday morning to witness 'The Long Night' in 'Game of Thrones', which promised a gory battle at Winterfell between the armies of the living and dead, and found the third episode of the hit HBO series' final season to be darker than what Melisandre predicted in her visions.

The latest chapter was billed to have the most action and bloodshed after two consecutive slogging, build-up episodes, now that the White Walkers and wights were a stone's throw away from the gates of the northern stronghold and it was every bit that. So, imagine the plight of fans unable to figure out 'who died how?' and 'who killed whom?' as the 'Great War' was being fought in abysmally dim lighting. Majority of the battle takes place at night, so the low light makes sense, but fans complained on social media that even with raging fires all around the castle, they struggled to see the action clearly. '#Winterfell is dark as f**k! #GameofThrones,' a user wrote on Twitter.

'Let's play a game called 'Am I sitting in the dark or watching The Battle of Winterfell' #gameofthrones #got,' one wrote.

Some Good Samaritans made light of the situation and asked fellow viewers to adjust the brightness setting of the screens before they start watching the show. 'Public service announcement: Adjust the brightness on your screen. It is dark as f**k during this battle. #GameofThrones,' one tweeted. 'The entire episode was DARK ASF. But thank God, Melisandre 'increased the brightness' up for us. #GameOfThrones #BattleForWinterfell,' wrote another.

Another said it would be difficult to give out spoilers this time as no one was sure what was happening. 'GOT spoiler without context. Oh you can't see anything? That's cause the episode was dark af #GameOfThrones,' another wrote on the microblogging site.

For a tweeple, the episode, which boasts to be the biggest battle sequence in TV history, was the 'most frustrating' one. '#BattleOfWinterfell #GameOfThrones is the most frustrating episode so far. I CAN'T SEE SH*T. IT'S SO F**KING DARK,' the user wrote.

Another complained, 'Me squinting trying to see this dark a** battle #gameofthrones.' According to Insider, Robert McLachlan, a cinematographer who worked on eight 'GOT' episodes, said the show is dark because they want to keep the show as 'naturalistic' as possible. The team wanted 'to make these sets and locations feel as if they're absolutely not lit by us, but only by Mother Nature or some candles,' adding so that it feels 'more naturalistic, albeit enhanced in some cases'.

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A user, however, pointed out that 'GOT' was a 'fantasy' show, which had dragons and zombies as part of its plot. 'Game of Thrones' is so dark because they want the lighting to be realistic but considering the show has DRAGONS and ZOMBIES is that REALLY NECESSARY,' read the tweet.

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