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  1. Tie Silencer and the Resistance A-wing are the obvious small ship choices. Unless there are more ships yet to be revealed. The new Resistance A-wing looks like it has been flattened and stretched to make it even more streamlined so hopefully its got the speed to match. After those two I have to say the Resistance Bomber. From what I understand the it is supposed to be like the old WWII bombers where they got various gun turrets and plenty of bombs to drop. I'm guessing it has an up armored version of the Millennium Falcon's cockpit, has a large bomb bay and will be placed in the large ship category.
  2. Sansa didn't want the remaining Umber's and Karstark's dead she just felt they were no longer entitled to their castles and privileges. Sansa also knew the bulk of the North will be retreating for Winterfell which was why she was having supplies sent ahead of time. I don't think Sansa will fight for the Last Hearth or Karhold not because she was unhappy with their families; but because time would be against her. Plus those castles are not gonna last long when the Night King and his new pet blasts them apart. The Knights of the Vale and the Dothraki may be highly mobile; but that's going to depend on how heavy the snows get. This also depends on how much experience the Dothraki have with the cold. Not saying thye don't just saying we don't know how much they have. We also do not know how much dragon glass has been mined. Hopefully they have been making lots and lots of arrows and spears. Keeping the army of the dead at a distance is the best strategy and that's where it would be great if the Dothraki horse archers can stay mobile. As for those not being able to stay mobile, holding up in the castle would be the best strategy; but only if Daenerys and her last two dragons are there to fight the Night King. As for they Night Kings Strategy well he seems like a very slow methodical type where he can be sure to bring his full overwhelming might against an enemy so he will definitely take his time. If he heads south immediately he'll hit Last Hearth for sure cause it right in his path. From there he will have to choose weather to go east and hit Karhold of Southwest to Winterfell. If he goes east the living could place troops in the Bolton's old castle known as the Dreadfort which is between Winterfell and Karhold; Jon will mostly like consolidate all his forces at Winterfell and wait for the Nightking and his undead host.
  3. More like heavy assault in general considering how dangerous they can be in close combat. However I think points wise such a unit would be expensive. Maybe just one individual wookie or gigoran could count as a unit.
  4. I think that such a decision all depends on Jaime's experiences he will gain and if he is alive to make such a decision. I predict that Cersei will destroy the Red Keep with wild fire and maybe Jaime will kill her after.
  5. If Arya just kept going to Kings Landing she could have infiltrated the Red Keep killed Cersei and the war between humans would have been over by now.
  6. It is not the height of a wookie that's the problem; but the action pose of the wookie. Rebel blister expansion packs would be great, both human and non human. A Scarif battle blister could have some great options.
  7. Rebel Alliance, mostly so I can recreate the characters me and my friends played in a number of RPG's from our past. Of course FFG is gonna have to heavily expand the miniature options for the Rebels with non human troopers. I see they all ready got a Duros option. Now they need Wookie, Rodian, Zebrack, Twi'lek, Bothan, Nautolan, Amaran, Gungan, Togruta and Umbaran.
  8. I think Cersei is gonna have a miscarriage, go mad, start burning people alive which will include a couple of favorite characters and eventually ignite the rest of the wildfire stashed under Kings Landing and the Red Keep. I believe that is why we saw the Red Keep destroyed in Daenerys vision in the House of the Undying. I don't think Cersei will be die there; but will be killed later on by either Jaime or Tyrion.
  9. Yeah I hope it starts that way, followed by a mass retreat to Winterfell. Of course a lot of season 8 will also depend on the movements of the Night King and his over all strategy I sure do hope so, plus I think the bulk of the Lannister forces would rather fight for Jaime and not Cersei.
  10. Pretty sure Ned only teached his sons this lesson. As Sansa had said he tried to protect his girls and didn't want them to see how dirty the world really was.
  11. The fake Sansa, Arya conflict felt kinda pathetic to me. I think they could have done more to try and convince us that Sansa and Arya might turn on eachother; but I loved its conclusion Baelish going out like that is exactly how I imagined someone like himself going out. I know a lot of people liked him; but I did not so I am very happy to see him finally gone.
  12. So what was the wight waiting for when the Hound opened the box? I mean was he stuck in some way or possibly confused by how much warmer and brighter things had gotten? Anyways awesome finale.
  13. I think the Night King doesn't mind seeing people suffer and he knows he is far more powerful then any human so he is very cocky. I bet he let the lake freeze naturally as a form of mental torture and he chose to kill Viserion so that they could see him fall from the sky. Plus we don't know how much the Night King sees with his own version of three eyed raven time space internet.
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