From the Maester’s Desk – Endgame: Lannisters Always Pay Their Debts


The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones is still a year away at least, but in the meantime we have plenty of material to theorize about the endgame for the surviving characters of the series.

Heroes, villains and innocent people have died in a plethora of different ways: poisoned, cut down, burned, stabbed, beheaded and even eaten by dogs, and that’s just off the top of my head! But the Lannister siblings are still around, ever since the very beginning of  the series, and they have changed quite a lot since then.

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German Olympian skates to ‘Game of Thrones’ dressed as Jaime Lannister

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister.

We’re pretty sure that figure skating isn’t a thing in Westeros — although if the Night King gets his way, the whole place will be primed for it — but if it were, German figure skater Paul Fentz would’ve wowed the royals with his tribute to the Kingslayer himself during the men’s long program competition Friday night in this year’s Winter Olympics.

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Funko reveals new Game of Thrones Pops at Toy Fair 2018!

Game of Thrones Pops
Make room on your shelves, Game of Thrones fans! New York’s annual Toy Fair is happening this weekend, and as always Funko has unveiled a large collection of new merchandise on their blog. Lucky for us, they are releasing four new Game of Thrones Pop! figures in March: Jon Snow, two! versions of Daenerys, and our favorite Onion Knight Davos Seaworth, in his Pop! debut.

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Love, Fear and Humanity: The Ballad of Grey Worm and Missandei


When you step back and take in Game of Thrones’ cast of thousands, you can really appreciate how exceptional Grey Worm and Missandei are. It’s not just that they’re one of the few couples to have survived this long (though holy moly the mortality rate for romance is high on this show), but rather because their shared relational arc touches on some of Game of Thrones’ bleakest concepts yet actually offers a hopeful outlook.

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Maisie Williams Awestruck at ‘Impossible Challenge’ of Game of Thrones Season 8

Maisie Williams as Arya Stark.

Maisie Williams as Arya Stark.

Admit it – every time you see ‘Game of Thrones season 8’ in the headline, you get excited that there’s going to be some news, or photos, or…something! Well, dear reader, you’re not alone; many share that quest for knowledge alongside you! However, we’ll take any news we can get our hands on these days, given the extraordinary vows of secrecy the cast has seemingly solemnly sworn. As you all know, no matter the topic, if there is an interview held with someone even remotely associated with Game of Thrones, conversation will inevitably turn to it. Conveniently for us, it just so happens that the inevitable happened in a recent interview with Maisie Williams (Arya Stark!)

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Game of Thrones takes home five Visual Effects Society awards for Season 7!


Drogon’s fiery destruction of the Lannister army in “The Spoils of War” took home an award from the 2017 Visual Effects Society’s annual awards.

Game of Thrones isn’t called an award-winning series for nothing, and it’s not just the people in front of the camera who make it so — direction, writing, cinematography and more have all taken home accolades for the show. That trend continues for the 2017-18 awards season with Thrones’ latest wins from the Visual Effects Society (VES) annual awards.

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The Long Night, and possibly a Long March


With the breaching of the ancient Wall that spans the northern frontier of the Seven Kingdoms, the realms of men are facing another Long Night.

The supernatural White Walkers and their undead army are shambling southwards through an Eastwatch-by-the-Sea sized gap in the no-longer impassable barrier, and if the old stories are to be believed, things look dire for Westeros.

But just how dire might the situation be? Probably pretty dire. If only we could hear the opinions of the First Men from thousands of years ago.

*Before we get any further into this article, this is going to be speculation about what could happen in regards to the White Walkers invasion of Westeros. I’ve been avoiding reading details from the production so I could write this post in a spoiler-free manner, so if you, dear reader, are trying to avoid confirmed plot details you won’t find any here. You’ll just find my guesses. If you are deep into the spoiler weeds already, do me a favor and don’t include any such details in the comments. Not for my benefit so much, but for anyone else reading along.*

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Win a Pair of Tickets to the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience!


It was one of the biggest Game of Thrones highlights of 2017, and as we announced last September, it’s back again in 2018! The Game of Thrones® Live Concert Experience Featuring Ramin Djawadi brings the world of Westeros to arenas everywhere, and will be hitting venues across Europe and North America beginning May of 2018. Once again, GoT‘s celebrated composer Ramin Djawadi will lead an orchestra and choir performing music from all seven seasons of the show, updated with the newest music and footage from Season 7, as well a new custom stage design and visuals courtesy of state of the art video technology. The tour will visit 45 cities across two continents, far more than we can list in this paragraph, so scroll on down for the complete list to see if the Game of Thrones® Live Concert Experience will be in your neighborhood!

Even more exciting- we’re pleased to present a new giveaway for our readers, for a pair of tickets to the Game of Thrones® Live Concert Experience! That’s right, two tickets are up for grabs for one lucky winner, for any concert date in any city the tour is scheduled to hit.

How do you enter to win? It’s as simple as leaving a comment on this post. Keep on reading below to find out more ways to enter, to increase your odds of taking home the prize tickets!

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