Nah there was a fandom for him then. He's a pretty famous modern author. I think it was the success of the first book or first two is what led to more of them. I remember reading something where he was gonna ditch the book for another type of story or wrap it up quickly but it gained steam.
you read and watch these characters for years... expecting the best/worst for some of them and sith like this happens unexpectedly... how else are you suppose to feel?
just like what... "meh"?
nah when i read/watch stuff myself i kinda get lost in its lore...
This, all of it
In all the shows i love i am deeply rooted jn the characters
So when things like the red wedding happen my eemotions are going crazy
At the end of the day i feel if your not emotionally invested in your favorite shows your missing something thats great
Thereon lies the diff between me and you.
GoT isn't my fav. show.
Since it's your fav. show, it's easy to see why you're so emotionally invested in it.
Originally Posted by Fresh Out DaBox
What is this show about?
It's about a power struggle between 7 families.
Originally Posted by TheSwagOfSweetJones
Originally Posted by iYen
How do some of you guys get so emotionally invested into this show or tv shows in general?
I don't mean this in a disrespectful way, I'm just curious.
Man you should've saw me when I read the red wedding....I cringed...I can't even read that chapter again I refuse to...it's just sad...and very graphic...the most graphic literature I've ever read...I was reading that chapter holding my throat. I remember how angry I was at Robb and the Freys. The same feelings came back watching it on TV.
Although I don't feel sorry for Cat like everyone else..she was punished by the Gods for the way she treated Jon snow..the show didnt get into that enough
What I'm getting from you is that since the story is so good, you care a lot about the characters.
Maybe when I start reading the books I'll be more into GoT.