Game of Throne – Major Events in the Whole Seasons

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HBO’s Game of Thrones is based on the acclaimed HBO series of the same name, based on the story of medieval Westeros, from George R.R. Martin’s novels. Since the events in the books are somewhat similar to those depicted in the television show, many events have been condensed or changed to better fit the medium.

One major event is the infamous wedding of King Cerion Targaryen and Queen Cersei, which has been altered numerous times throughout the years, first introduced in the third book. Most notable in that it was the first instance where a woman was allowed to lay with the new king.

If the success of the HBO TV show The Sopranos was any indication of what Game of Thrones might do on the small screen, then I have to say that they have already done a great job. The show’s first season wrapped up with a massive finale episode that had everyone, including me, talking for months about what to do next.

Now, after a season of build-up and high tension, the second season of Game of Thrones promises even more intense action.

 

The Buzz GOT made as a TV Series

HBO’s famous series of books and television dramas, Game of Thrones has really made a buzz in the TV world. And with the books now out in the public, many people are curious about what is so special about this fantasy series. The History and Lore video series is just what fans of the series have been waiting for.

While re-watching episodes of the series for free online on DVD, fans can now experience the rich history and lore of the Game of Throne through these interactive visual aids.

 

Major Events in The GOT Series

  1. Daenerys’ Reign Ends
  2. The Battle Of Winterfell
  3. The War of Five Kings
  4. The Red Wedding
  5. The Battle of Castle Black
  6. Jon Snow’s Death and Resurrection
  7. The Battle of the Bastards
  8. Arya kills Walder Frey
  9. Jon meets Daenerys
  10. The Purple Wedding
  11. Ned Stark’s Execution

 

The Game of Thrones Major Events

HBO’s Game of Thrones is based on the acclaimed HBO series of the same name, based on the story of medieval Westeros, from George R.R. Martin’s novels. Since the events in the books are somewhat similar to those depicted in the television show, many events have been condensed or changed to better fit the medium. One major event is the infamous wedding of King Cerion Targaryen and Queen Cersei, altered numerous times throughout the years, first introduced in the third book.

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