Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series based on the work “A Song of Ice and Fire” written by G.R.R. Martin. The story of Game of Thrones is set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos and follows powerful families in their attempts to claim the Iron Throne, the ruling seat of Westeros. Game of Thrones has gained a cult following and is considered the most popular show in HBO’s history.

Are Faceless Men of Braavos In House of the Dragon? (& Could Jaqen H'ghar Be on the Show)

Are Faceless Men of Braavos In House of the Dragon? (& Could Jaqen H’ghar Be on the Show)

Back in the events of Game of Thrones, we were introduced to the Faceless Men, which are assassins that are based in the Free City of Braavos. Serving the Many-Faced God, the Faceless Men are capable of changing their appearances by wearing different faces so …

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What's the Meaning of Weirwood Tree in House of the Dragon? (& Is It the Same as in Game of Thrones)

What’s the Meaning of Weirwood Tree in House of the Dragon? (& Is It the Same as in Game of Thrones)

For those who have been keeping their eyes open for easter eggs during the first five episodes of House of the Dragon, it is easy to spot a weirwood tree (the tree with the face on it) in many of the different scenes of the …

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'House of the Dragon' Episode 5 Ending, Explained: What Happened During The Wedding?

‘House of the Dragon’ Episode 5 Ending, Explained: What Happened During The Wedding?

Welcome to the Ending Explained for House of the Dragon Episode 5, titled “We Light the Way”. This episode proves once again this week that House of the Dragon is the superior fantasy show on the air right now. The episode is a masterfully crafted …

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