History Series / GameOfThrones

7th Apr '18 1:56:34 PM Eigen22
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Set in the medieval fantasy world of Westeros, the series follows various political and supernatural threats to the Seven Kingdoms, a vast nation still recovering from a civil war that ousted the previous ruling dynasty. The plot focuses on the Stark family, a noble house that rules the frigid and sparsely populated North. Forced to enter the unfamiliar territory of King's Landing, the family must suddenly contend with deadly court politics, intrigue, plots, feuds and mysteries from a host of rival factions. As the nobles busy themselves playing the game of thrones, a supernatural threat looms beyond the Wall to the far north that threatens to destroy the Seven Kingdoms and drive the continent into a permanent winter. Meanwhile, the last scion of the ousted dynasty, now in exile, has her sights set on reconquering the Seven Kingdoms and reclaiming her family's throne with fire and blood.

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Set in the medieval fantasy world of Westeros, the series follows various political and supernatural threats to the Seven Kingdoms, a vast nation still recovering from a civil war that ousted the previous ruling dynasty. The plot focuses on the Stark family, a noble house that rules the frigid and sparsely populated North. Forced to enter the unfamiliar territory of King's Landing, the family must suddenly contend with deadly court politics, intrigue, plots, feuds and mysteries from a host of rival factions. As the nobles busy themselves playing the game of thrones, a supernatural threat looms beyond the Wall to the far north that threatens to destroy the Seven Kingdoms and drive the continent into a [[http://vilaingeek.com/simulateur-climat-de-game-of-thrones-a-ete-concu/ permanent winter.winter]]. Meanwhile, the last scion of the ousted dynasty, now in exile, has her sights set on reconquering the Seven Kingdoms and reclaiming her family's throne with fire and blood.
1st Apr '18 7:55:18 PM CaptainCrawdad
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In the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, seasons last for years, and [[http://vilaingeek.com/simulateur-climat-de-game-of-thrones-a-ete-concu/ meteorological cycles]]of this mythical land are not as predictable as the well behaved seasons on our earth. This notions is central to the core plot of the story, which opens with the threat of a ''long'' winter fast approaching. The Good Chancellor Jon Arryn has unexpectedly died. King Robert Baratheon ventures north to Winterfell to name his old friend, Eddard Stark, his new Hand and second-in-command. Despite the concerns of his wife, Catelyn, Eddard reluctantly accepts his new title out of duty. Once installed as the Hand, Ned begins to uncover evidence that Jon Arryn was murdered--and that the forces behind his death may now be poised to strike at the King. The investigation ultimately becomes the catalyst for a bloody feud for the control of Westeros. But, of course, this is an EpicFantasy, and more is afoot: it's GrimUpNorth, and a fantastical ancient threat is stirring, preparing to make its bid for world domination, with Ned Stark's HeroicBastard, Jon Snow, caught in the thick of it. And on the eastern continent are the Targaryens. Three hundred years ago, Aegon Targaryen, called "the Conqueror," became the first person to rule over the entirety of the Seven Kingdoms, not just through genius or charisma but because Targaryens are {{Dragon Rider}}s; his descendants ruled Westeros until deposed by King Robert 15 years ago. The last of his line, Daenerys, has come into her power on Essos and has her sights set on her father's Iron Throne. These three plotlines spiral around each other and begin to intermingle as the show progresses, until everyone is caught in the game of thrones.

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In Set in the Seven Kingdoms medieval fantasy world of Westeros, seasons last for years, the series follows various political and [[http://vilaingeek.com/simulateur-climat-de-game-of-thrones-a-ete-concu/ meteorological cycles]]of this mythical land are not as predictable as the well behaved seasons on our earth. This notions is central supernatural threats to the core plot of the story, which opens with the threat of a ''long'' winter fast approaching. The Good Chancellor Jon Arryn has unexpectedly died. King Robert Baratheon ventures north to Winterfell to name his old friend, Eddard Stark, his new Hand and second-in-command. Despite the concerns of his wife, Catelyn, Eddard reluctantly accepts his new title out of duty. Once installed as the Hand, Ned begins to uncover evidence that Jon Arryn was murdered--and that the forces behind his death may now be poised to strike at the King. The investigation ultimately becomes the catalyst for a bloody feud for the control of Westeros. But, of course, this is an EpicFantasy, and more is afoot: it's GrimUpNorth, and a fantastical ancient threat is stirring, preparing to make its bid for world domination, with Ned Stark's HeroicBastard, Jon Snow, caught in the thick of it. And on the eastern continent are the Targaryens. Three hundred years ago, Aegon Targaryen, called "the Conqueror," became the first person to rule over the entirety of the Seven Kingdoms, not just through genius or charisma but because Targaryens are {{Dragon Rider}}s; his descendants ruled Westeros until deposed by King Robert 15 years ago. a vast nation still recovering from a civil war that ousted the previous ruling dynasty. The plot focuses on the Stark family, a noble house that rules the frigid and sparsely populated North. Forced to enter the unfamiliar territory of King's Landing, the family must suddenly contend with deadly court politics, intrigue, plots, feuds and mysteries from a host of rival factions. As the nobles busy themselves playing the game of thrones, a supernatural threat looms beyond the Wall to the far north that threatens to destroy the Seven Kingdoms and drive the continent into a permanent winter. Meanwhile, the last scion of his line, Daenerys, has come into her power on Essos and the ousted dynasty, now in exile, has her sights set on reconquering the Seven Kingdoms and reclaiming her father's Iron Throne. These three plotlines spiral around each other family's throne with fire and begin to intermingle as the show progresses, until everyone is caught in the game of thrones.
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29th Mar '18 7:35:21 AM Saveelich
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As of the sixth season, the show has [[OvertookTheSeries overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].

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As of Since the sixth season, the show has [[OvertookTheSeries overtaken the books]], as Martin has yet to publish the sixth novel, ''The Winds Of Winter''. Benioff & Weiss have been informed by Martin of the basic plot of how the saga will end, and Martin has said that [[AuthorExistenceFailure if he dies]] before completing his intended final two books (''Winter'' and ''A Dream Of Spring'') he will [[GeckoEnding let the TV show's ending stand as the conclusion of the saga]].
1st Feb '18 12:32:15 AM TrollBrutal
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1st Feb '18 12:31:39 AM TrollBrutal
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[ArcWords "Winter Is Coming."]]'' [[note]]If one wants to see Winter actually come, give or take six seasons.[[/note]]]]

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31st Jan '18 9:37:52 PM The12thDoctor
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[ArcWords "Winter Is Coming."]]'' [[note]]If one wants to see Winter actually come, give or take six seasons.[[/note]]]]]]

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31st Jan '18 9:37:43 PM The12thDoctor
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->''"If you want justice, [[CrapsackWorld you've come to the wrong place]]"''

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->''"If you want justice, [[CrapsackWorld you've come to the wrong place]]"''place]]."''
31st Jan '18 11:22:31 AM Ship
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->''"This is it, Madeline. Just breathe. You can do this."''

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->''"This is it, Madeline. Just breathe. You can do this."''->''"If you want justice, [[CrapsackWorld you've come to the wrong place]]"''
31st Jan '18 11:16:18 AM Ship
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->''"If you want justice, [[CrapsackWorld you've come to the wrong place]]."''

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->''"If you want justice, [[CrapsackWorld you've come to the wrong place]].->''"This is it, Madeline. Just breathe. You can do this."''
11th Jan '18 3:34:31 AM Eigen22
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In the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, seasons last for years, and the story opens with the threat of a ''long'' winter fast approaching. TheGoodChancellor Jon Arryn has unexpectedly died. King Robert Baratheon ventures north to Winterfell to name his old friend, Eddard Stark, his new Hand and second-in-command. Despite the concerns of his wife, Catelyn, Eddard reluctantly accepts his new title out of duty. Once installed as the Hand, Ned begins to uncover evidence that Jon Arryn was murdered--and that the forces behind his death may now be poised to strike at the King. The investigation ultimately becomes the catalyst for a bloody feud for the control of Westeros. But, of course, this is an EpicFantasy, and more is afoot: it's GrimUpNorth, and a fantastical ancient threat is stirring, preparing to make its bid for world domination, with Ned Stark's HeroicBastard, Jon Snow, caught in the thick of it. And on the eastern continent are the Targaryens. Three hundred years ago, Aegon Targaryen, called "the Conqueror," became the first person to rule over the entirety of the Seven Kingdoms, not just through genius or charisma but because Targaryens are {{Dragon Rider}}s; his descendants ruled Westeros until deposed by King Robert 15 years ago. The last of his line, Daenerys, has come into her power on Essos and has her sights set on her father's Iron Throne. These three plotlines spiral around each other and begin to intermingle as the show progresses, until everyone is caught in the game of thrones.

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In the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, seasons last for years, and [[http://vilaingeek.com/simulateur-climat-de-game-of-thrones-a-ete-concu/ meteorological cycles]]of this mythical land are not as predictable as the story well behaved seasons on our earth. This notions is central to the core plot of the story, which opens with the threat of a ''long'' winter fast approaching. TheGoodChancellor The Good Chancellor Jon Arryn has unexpectedly died. King Robert Baratheon ventures north to Winterfell to name his old friend, Eddard Stark, his new Hand and second-in-command. Despite the concerns of his wife, Catelyn, Eddard reluctantly accepts his new title out of duty. Once installed as the Hand, Ned begins to uncover evidence that Jon Arryn was murdered--and that the forces behind his death may now be poised to strike at the King. The investigation ultimately becomes the catalyst for a bloody feud for the control of Westeros. But, of course, this is an EpicFantasy, and more is afoot: it's GrimUpNorth, and a fantastical ancient threat is stirring, preparing to make its bid for world domination, with Ned Stark's HeroicBastard, Jon Snow, caught in the thick of it. And on the eastern continent are the Targaryens. Three hundred years ago, Aegon Targaryen, called "the Conqueror," became the first person to rule over the entirety of the Seven Kingdoms, not just through genius or charisma but because Targaryens are {{Dragon Rider}}s; his descendants ruled Westeros until deposed by King Robert 15 years ago. The last of his line, Daenerys, has come into her power on Essos and has her sights set on her father's Iron Throne. These three plotlines spiral around each other and begin to intermingle as the show progresses, until everyone is caught in the game of thrones.
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