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How was "Hodor" adapted in other languages
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German: "Halt das Tor!" whereas Tor is better translates to gate than to door. This actually works well for "Hodor". French: As pradyot commented "Qu'ils n'aillent pas au-...

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How many timelines are there after Avengers Endgame?
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Rules Since Joe Russo answered some of the questions, we have a better idea about how time traveling works in the MCU. Joe Russo confirmed that it is not a closed timeloop. "You can't change the ...

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How many direwolves are still alive in GoT?
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As far as I know 2 direwolves are alive. Rob's wolf died during the Red Wedding Jon's wolf still alive Sansa's wolf was executed instead of Arya's wolf, which attacked Joffrey. Arya's wolf missing ...

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Why does Ser Mandon attack?
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In The Climb (6th episode of season 3): Tyrion: Trying to have me killed is an odd way of saying thank you. There are two people in King’s Landing who can give an order to a Kingsguard. Did you or ...

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Why doesn't Hodor speak?
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In season 6 episode 5, "The Door", the origin of his nickname and only sentence "Hodor" is revealed. It's the first time that someone is warging into the same person in the present and the past. It ...

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So, did the Infinity War still happen, post Endgame?
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As per my understanding, every time someone is traveling through time a new timeline is created. This fits with Bruce Banner explaining that you cannot change your past and the Ancient One which ...

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Why is Dorne culturally so different from the rest of Westeros?
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Geography Dorne is separated from the rest of Westeros by mountains and deserts. That reduces migrations significantly. There are no other barriers like that south of the Wall. Mountains are mostly ...

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