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Red Wedding– The Red Wedding is a massacre during the War of the Five Kings arranged by Lord Walder Frey as revenge against King Robb Stark for breaking the marriage pact between House Stark and House Frey. During the massacre, King Robb, his wife, Queen Talisa, his mother, Lady Catelyn, and most of his bannermen and men-at-arms are murdered following the marriage feast and bedding of Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey. Read more or see the archive. Game of Thrones is a television series produced by HBO based on the Song of Ice and Fire novels written by George R.R. Martin, debuting in April 2011.

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7 'Game Of Thrones' Theories So Crazy They Have To Be True Warning! This post is dark and full of spoilers! You know nothing about crazy, Jon Snow. Who's the daddy! HBO effectively ruins six seasons of Game of Thrones mystery by inadvertently revealing Jon Snow's father on their fansite HBO has released a graphic which shows the identity of Jon Snow's real father after last season's finale showed he was not sired by Ned Stark. The chart, which shows the relationship of many of the major players in the hit series, shows his mother, as revealed last week, was Lyanna Stark, sister of Ned. However the new graphic shows his father is Rhaegar Targaryen, meaning he is the nephew of Daenerys, Queen of Dragons. The revelation of Snow's parentage, who spent part of last season dead, will set up intriguing new options for the new series. Snow more secrets: Jon has been confirmed by HBO as the son of Lyanna and Prince Rhaegar Targaryen

Game of Thrones Bloopers Are the Best Kind of Bloopers Words typically heard on a Game of Thrones episode: Fuck, king, fuck, murder, sword, kill, fuck. Words typically heard on the set of Game of Thrones episode: Fuck, sorry, fuck, line, fuck, HA, fuck. Maybe George R.R. Tyrion, Jon, and Daenerys: The Three Headed Dragon Theory - A Blog Of Thrones The resemblances and parallels between these three characters are uncanny. They go beyond mere coincidences, and definitely connect them in a way that makes them the key component of the entire A Song of Ice and Fire/Game Of Thrones story. Obviously, this into account the R+L=J theory which is only a few episodes/chapters away from being confirmed once and for all about Jon Snow’s parentage and the events that occurred at the Tower of Joy at the end of Robert’s Rebellion, 20 years before the current events of the story.

List of Game of Thrones characters Cast[edit] Key[edit] Main cast[edit] (Left-to-right): Kit Harington (as Jon Snow), Emilia Clarke (as Daenerys Targaryen), Lena Headey (as Cersei Lannister), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (as Jaime Lannister), and Peter Dinklage (as Tyrion Lannister) Why Does Jaime Give His Sword to Brienne on Game of Thrones? Of all the swords in Game of Thrones, Brienne of Tarth's — Oathkeeper — arguably has one of the most tragic and beautiful histories. Forged from the shards of Ned Stark's greatsword (in case you don't remember dear old Ned, he's the one who lost his head), Oathkeeper is given to Jaime Lannister by his father, Tywin Lannister, as an incentive for leaving command of the King's Guard. Jaime, however, never does take to Oathkeeper, so he gives it to his best pal, Brienne of Tarth, in the eponymously titled season four episode "Oathkeeper" (as a reminder, this is the episode in which a grief-mad Cersei decides Sansa and Tyrion are to blame for the murder of her serial-killer progeny, Joffrey). Jaime, however, thinks otherwise, which is why he gives Brienne the sword and directs her to find and protect Sansa with it.

Game of Thrones Season 5 Is Finally Here! The Epic Premiere Brings Death, Drama and Dragons Warning: major spoilers below! Do not read until you have watched the Game of Thrones season five premiere, "The Wars to Come." Waiting for Game of Thrones season five has felt like forever, but just imagine if you were a young Cersei waiting over 30 years to watch your awful, terrible future unfold just as a witch told you it would when you were just a child?

Game Of Thrones season 7 plot 'leaked' online Spoilers are coming. The entire plot of Game Of Thrones season seven has reportedly been leaked online. According to the Huffington Post, a Reddit user going by the name awayforthelads posted an enormous list of very detailed spoilers. Scroll down for video Daenerys Targaryen "You have a good claim: a title, a birthright. But you have something more than that: you may cover it up and deny it, but you have a gentle heart. You would be not only respected and feared, you would be loved. Game of Thrones' Westeros Is Really Just Britain & An Inverted Ireland Map created by reddit user KingofFairview The map above clearly shows that Westeros, from the Game of Thrones TV series and the Song of Ice and Fire book series, is nothing more than Britain placed on top of an inverted Ireland. However, looks can be deceiving since there are some pretty key differences between Westeros and the British Isles. Here are just a few: According to the Game of Thrones Wiki: ” George R.R.

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