That’s all three big battles in the show (Blackwater, The Wall & Bastardbowl) decided by a third army showing up in the nick of time and saving a losing force from being wiped out.
Jon Zombie Snow is a truly woeful military commander, why do people follow him? Sansa should be proclaimed Queen in the North and marry Sweetrobin.
Why didn’t Ramsey have scouts looking out for the Vale army (or any other reinforcements)?
Where was the Bolton cavalry (and archers) when the Vale Knights attacked?
Why didn’t Sansa tell Ramsey the Eagles were coming; she could have negotiated a deal where they got Rickon back alive and Ramsey slunk back to the Dreadfort.
The Maesters will have to cook something up to take out the dragons next season.
How come you didn’t include a “I don’t give a crap who signs up here as long as they don’t grate my nuts” option? You don’t have to be wolf or a hen to not have an opinion on other members of the community.
I bet that option would get the most votes.
But if you don’t give a crap, then you’re not likely to vote at all
lots of Americans are over weight fat asses who follow what Bush says blindly and think the War in Iraq is some Holy Crusade that can do no wrong.
Hey, I may be an ass, but I’m not overweight. As far as Bush, and the Presidency in general, as well as other elected representatives, even though I may or may not agree with them, I try to believe that they know what they’re doing…after all, they’re more educated and experienced than I, however questionably said education may have been obtained. The war, as far as I’m concerned, it’s just finishing up what wasn’t done 12 years ago.
5. Flytech Bladestar. Now you can actually make something fly with the Flytech Bladestar Indoor Flyer, a creation by WooWee. It has a life-size and a big LCD screen. For those that do, the ratings are: TV-Y7: directed toward kids 7 years and older (kids who are able to distinguish between make-believe and reality); may contain “mild fantasy violence or comedic violence” that may scare younger kids
This post is not meant to be political in any way.
ISIS & ALLIES
A Modern Take On A Classic Board Game!
Extremists threaten the globe!
Lead the coalition forces of Iraq, Syria, the Peshmerga, and Hezbollah into battle!
Or rally foreign fighters to join the cause of Islamic State!
As the coalition, order US airstrikes.
As ISIS, win the war on the internet to radicalize the West.
Change the course of history… as it’s being made!
What do think? It could happen, right?
Anything can translate into a board game, but sometimes you just gotta wait a few years while things blow over, and this idea might be one of those times.
Obviously, in real life this would have to be done way after the events, to avoid it being called pro-ISIS or offending ISIS or anything. It’s one thing to make board games featuring Nazis or Soviets, another to make one featuring terrorist groups. You’d have to do it carefully.
Will it be made? Probably not. Could it? Yes.
I’m not censoring anything for those douche bags…both Daesh or the PC crowd. F*ck em!
Don’t worry though, it won’t be long before US combat soldiers find their way back over there going “weapons free”. If that happens, the game wouldn’t be terribly interesting since it would be unbalanced and a seperate game dedicated to counter insurgency and wide area security probably wouldn’t sell too well either.