The Fall of Viserion

In Westeros, dragons are the end all and be all of power. Aegon the Conqueror only is known as “the conqueror” because he and his sisters landed in the Blackwater Rush with three dragons. Aegon’s ground forces were puny in comparison to kings like Harren Hoare, Torrhen Stark, Mern Gardener and Loren Lannister. But Aegon […]

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Haunted Houses, Dealing with Devils and Mocking the Gods

Season Six finally saw the return of Arya Stark to Westeros, after her time studying abroad with the mysterious and murderous Faceless Men. Once back in the Seven Kingdoms, Arya got right into applying her murder and mystery skills, stopping by Walder Frey’s strategically important Riverlands castle to exact some Titus Andronicus-style vengeance on the […]

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Exclusive Interview with Game of Thrones’ Ramin Djawadi: the Music, the North American Tour and season 8!

Watchers on the Wall was lucky enough to score an exclusive interview with Ramin Djawadi, the composer of all seven (soon to be eight) seasons of Game of Thrones. During our chat, I asked Djawadi about his second and upcoming North American tour of the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience which launches in September (complete tour […]

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Fandom-Wide Survey Ratings for Game of Thrones, Part 3: Justifiable Homicide?

By Chris Wright, aka James Rivers, with Petra We’re onto Part 3 of our Game of Thrones survey results, in which we learn that of two formerly Essos-dwelling female characters, only one’s lethal acts are consistently seen as justified. We’ll review nearly four dozen events on the show – various beheadings, imprisonments and mass killings […]

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Fandom-Wide Survey Ratings for Game of Thrones, Part 2: Good and Evil

By Chris Wright, aka James Rivers, with Petra Part 2 of our Game of Thrones fandom survey results finds three strong women — Daenerys, Cersei and Sansa — among respondents’ favorite AND least favorite characters. And a question gauging the morality of 40 characters reveals that a man normally associated with “black and white” comes […]

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