Here’s the brand new trailer for Game of Thrones Season 7. The series premier is still a few weeks away and still a wait too long.
This one is called the “Sigils”, apparently because all you see in the teaser are house sigils. It is pretty interesting though, with lines and dialogue from previous seasons to keep the sigils company. Game of Thrones season 7 will premiere on July 16, and consist of only seven episodes.
From the video:
Beginning around 1377, medieval England was shaken by a power struggle between two noble families, which spanned generations and involved a massive cast of characters, complex motives and shifting loyalties. Sound familiar? Alex Gendler illustrates how the historical conflict known as the Wars of the Roses served as the basis for much of the drama in Game of Thrones.
Whether you prefer the hacking and slashing style of Westeros, or the succinct water dance of Bravos, you need a sword in your hand. Since you don’t want to slash anyone with your sword either, it is better to give up on the Valyrian steel, or steel for that matter; foam is where the action is. The latex weapon is safer, and you could put it to good use in LARPing, reenacting, and roleplaying.
As the houses of Westeros war, they haven’t forgotten the importance of sports. Since the Football/Soccer world cup is the flavor of sports for the moment, it is absolutely necessary the houses and characters from Game of Thrones get uniforms to play the game.
Lords and Ladies of Westeros can keep playing their little game all they want. When all is said and done, the houses will fall before their true lords, the Pugs of Westeros. It’s difficult not to swear fealty to these pugs; they look pretty good and very much comfortable with the part they play.
Season 4 of Game of Thrones is headed to its finale. A lot has happened in the series over these four seasons. But you can always trust Tyrion Lannister to have a way with words. In an interview with MTV, Peter Dinklage sums up the entire series in just 45 seconds.
We’re just surprised a Mario – Game of Thrones mashup took this long. Well, it’s finally here. The opening credits of Game of Thrones played in Mario music style, and displayed on the game map.
In Westeros, you don’t need pickup lines. Even so, it might be helpful to have a few handy, you know, just in case. GarthAlgar was good enough to create a set of pickup lines that would be especially suited for Westeros, and for Game of Thrones characters.
Having seen people vie and die to sit on the Iron Throne in Game of Thrones, we think the king ought to know better. The Iron Throne is one uncomfortable, if not downright dangerous place to sit on. Aegon Targaryen wanted it that way, and well, the others just followed suit. It might be possible, that had their asses been comfortably placed on the throne, the kings would be more compassionate, and Westeros a better place.