Can we talk about how bad this episode was? Everyone seems to be so engrossed in the fact that it was bloody and high budget to realize how terrible it actually was.
This honestly reminded me of an episode of the 100. A bunch of whining back and forth between the main characters per war strategy. Everything is decided. Convenient plot device located in the middle of nowhere. SOMETHING UNEXPECTED!!! THE PLAN IS FALLING APART BECAUSE THE MAIN CHARACTER CANT HANDLE IT EVEN THOUGH HE EXPECTED IT ACTUALLY!!!!!
If my leader charged in the middle of a field to attack a superior army when he had prepped all of us to wait for them to charge, I would've left his ass to die. What a stupid thing for a typically calm and patient person.
Okay, we have the dumb as horse charge, and Ramsey decides to kill most of his own horses, arguably his biggest weapon. Okay, maybe his mistake will help. NOPE!!! Let's all charge the people in full body armor and 50 pound shields, and even though we are faster in every way, lets let them surround us. BTW, the battle was over here, but for some reason they just stopped pushing forward? Terrible.
Oh my gosh, Gandalf, err I mean the Lord of the Vail army is here to save the day and easily surround the forces in eight seconds!!!
What a cop out, cliche'd ending. No battle tactics, just two dickheads charging each other like idiots and it happened to work out