Stills from the third episode of 'Game Of Thrones'. (Via Youtube/HBO) Photograph:( Others )
'The visibility was so bad in this episode, it almost felt like driving a car in Delhi' a fan wrote on Twitter.
Shock, disbelief and sadness- some of the adjectives that define the latest episode of 'Game Of Thrones'. And while fans have called the third episode of season 8 of GoT as one of the best of the series- they have also complained that how the episode was one of the darkest, literally!
Almost as soon as the episode kicked off, social media was flooded with tweets about the lighting of the show, with complaints that it was so dark that viewers had difficulty discerning what was happening.
Here are some of the hilarious reactions that caught our attention on Twitter.
Dark !! Real dark #GOT battle for Winterfell . I mean literally.. I can’t see shit 🙄 .— Gulshan Devaiah (@gulshandevaiah) April 29, 2019
The visibility was so bad in this episode, it almost felt like driving a car in Delhi. #BattleOfWinterfell— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) April 29, 2019
Okay, I’ve decided to forgive the Red Witch because without her, we wouldn’t be able to see what is happening during this episode. #GoT— Saeed Jones (@theferocity) April 29, 2019
i have a six-pack of chilsung ciders and two full bags of discounted easter candy, i'm ready for GAME OF THRONES— karen han (@karenyhan) April 29, 2019
did HBO call this the largest battle in cinematic history knowing we wouldn’t be able to see if that claim was true— tc (@chillmage) April 29, 2019
I'd spoil GOT #BattleOfWinterfell if I could. Couldn't see a damn thing in the darkness and fog.— bhagavad tita (@ayabomb) April 29, 2019
(Me every two minutes: Sam?! Where is Sam?!)
this battle is fun but also totally visually incomprehensible— karen han (@karenyhan) April 29, 2019
The third episode begins with the impending Batlle Of Winterfell. While many felt the first two episodes of season 8 were slow, the action picked up in the third episode making it one of the most epic episodes of the series.