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Game of Thrones depicts a fantasy world but one that almost looks historical. Game of Thrones appears to be very popular. As an atheist I have no problem with the fantasy, magic, black magic, the depiction of different religions. There are the old pagan gods and the newer monotheistic Lord of Light. Anyone here have a problem with Game of Thrones because of these themes and the world it depicts.

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Their treatment of Dorne was much, much worse. >.<

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[Replying to post 11 by Molly]

I don't even want to know...

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Molly wrote: Their treatment of Dorne was much, much worse. >.<
That's why I'm hoping they don't do the same with the Iron Islands and Victarion Greyjoy, Euron Crow's Eye, etc.
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Pazuzu bin Hanbi wrote:
Molly wrote: Their treatment of Dorne was much, much worse. >.<
That's why I'm hoping they don't do the same with the Iron Islands and Victarion Greyjoy, Euron Crow's Eye, etc.
I'd expect the current pattern to continue (i.e.rewriting the story in completely inexplicable ways), which is, of course, why I won't be watching it.

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