This week on Can I Just Say, the last of our dispatches from 2019 Con of Thrones. We discuss fate and destiny for one who is so powerful, our shifting experiences of “Dracarys” the end of Season 8, and conquering vs ruling.
Elizabeth was on a fascinating Con of Thrones panel looking at the arc of Theon Greyjoy from start to end of Game of Thrones. Greyjoy or Stark? Theon’s story ends up being one of the most interesting and heart wrenching story in Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire.
This week on Can I Just Say, the second panel dispatch from Con of Thrones: Daphne talked with Michael Monaco from Maester Monthly, as well as Luka Nieto and David Rosenblatt from Watchers on the Wall. We talked about power dynamics of the Common Folk who rose to be in the spheres of the Noble Families in the worlds of A Song of Ice and Fire / Game of Thrones and our favorite examples of those types of characters, including Melisandre, Varys, Davos and others.
This week on Can I Just Say, the first panel dispatch from Con of Thrones. In a sequel to last year’s Queendom panel, Daphne joins Kristine Kippins, Lauren Sarner, and Kim Renfro to discuss women and politics in Game of Thrones.
This week on Can I Just Say, we discuss Season 8 of Game of Thrones, for a long long time. Kristine Kippins is back and we are also joined by Petra Halbur who writes for the Game of Thrones dedicated site Watchers on the Wall. Daphne is a bit salty and Elizabeth is (as always) sweet.
This week on Can I Just Say, we look back at Season 7 of Game of Thrones, in our excitement for Season 8. Kristine Kippins joins Daphne for a continuation of our Con of Thrones panel discussions and a preview for our 2019 panel. We discuss Being the Dragon, leadership styes, bending knees, and who will bring the balance of The Force to Westeros (if anyone can)