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The season finale of Game of Thrones was explosive. But did the writers give away -- or at least, give a strong hint to -- the answer to another question lingering since Season 4?
If we pay attention to what she's actually doing and saying in season 6, and if we look to history and to the direction her character is taking -- it's possible that she's fast becoming the villain in the story.
As the Night King descends upon the lands of men, it looks like women will be the ones in charge of stopping the invasion. Whether they will be able to achieve this without destroying one another and the realm in the process remains to be seen.
Oh, and Queen Elizabeth and soon-to-queen Sansa are both red haired. As "Game of Thrones" season 6 nears its conclusion, it
The working families of Westeros don't have democratic tools for change, no ballot boxes or freedom of speech - their constitution
Like all women I know who do watch the show and read the books, I entered the fanbase by recommendation from a man already watching the show, AKA the only Game of Thrones point of entry for women.
"Oathbreaker" ups the ante. Not only can Bran sift through Robert's Rebellion for clues, his voice can bellow through the
Benjen Stark has turned into a mysterious character named Coldhands Remember Benjen Stark? Of course you do. Benjen, Ned
They are an integral part of what has made Game of Thrones such a global pop culture phenomenon. But if it weren't for their great PR machine, these dragons would be considered as super villains.
Whether they seek to overthrow it, try to seize control within its limits, rebel against it and become outcasts, try to survive its perils, use their position of authority within it or manipulate their way forward, all of the women of Westeros have one problem in common.
The political situation seems intractable. There's no light at the end of the tunnel and the current players in Westeros
For better or worse, we should get an answer this Sunday...or at least later this season. And if Jon really is dead, like
Watch the trailer for season 6 and make your predictions on what will happen this season on Sage before the season starts
"Let's understand something here. This is the wealthiest country since the doom of Valyria. But, in our city many thousands of King's Landingers are working longer hours for lower wages. Or even no wages."
The people at Games of Thrones are keeping everything under wraps as people anticipate the upcoming season. Will Jon Snow come back to life? Will Tyrion be the next character to die? Who will die? Will the Stark's be reunited finally?
If we actually think about it, Game of Thrones is more of a fictional historical show than it is straight-up fantasy. Sure, magic, dragons and White Walkers appear in the story, but these are not what drives the plot.
After last week's Game of Thrones episode, "Hardhome", I wrote here that we were basically tricked into seeing the White Walkers as villains, which they are probably not. Well, after episode 9, "Dance with Dragons", the opposite should be said about the dragons.
Arming religious fanatics -- what could go wrong, right? Surrendering the monopoly on the use of force in a strict class society that is based on the nobles disenfranchising the poor? What a great plan!
Littlefinger is evil. And yet -- you should root for him to win. Why, you ask? Well, because he's good for Westeros, that's why. Don't let your petty and personal animosity for this self-made man to stop the wheels of history.
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