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The Dragons On 'Game Of Thrones' Are Supposedly Going To Be The Size Of Dang 747s This Year

With every passing season of Game of Thrones, Daenerys’ trio of dragons, Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion, gradually grow bigger and bigger. They started off about the size of birds, perched on her shoulder after hatching in Khal Drogo’s funeral pyre, and by the end of the fifth season they were big enough that the Mother of Dragons was able to be carried away right on Drogon’s back. 185 more words

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This Clue From the New Game of Thrones Teaser Could Spell Doom for Daenerys

After finally revealing when Game of Thrones will return for its seventh season Thursday, HBO released an foreboding teaser for the upcoming seven-episode installment.

The 90-second clip is largely devoted to recapping the events of the previous six seasons using voiceovers and giant stone versions of the major house sigils. 135 more words

UPDATED: Does HBO's New "Game Of Thrones" Poster "Game Of Thrones" Leave You Hyped For Season 7?

If we are being honest here, no, the poster builds up no hype,  it simply teases the pending clash between the chilly White Walkers and Daenerys Targaryen’s fire-breathing dragons but other than that, it gives nothing away. 105 more words

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Dany from Game Of Thrones/A Song Of Ice And Fire, Mother Of Dragons, Breaker Of Chains, Unburnt, Vector artwork.

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Misconceptions of George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire"

Misconceptions are common throughout human societies and throughout human history. They bind us together. They sponsor a shared sense of ourselves. They entertain as they enlighten. 3,237 more words

Blood of the Conqueror, Bonus Essay: The Turncloak

Editor’s Note: This was originally going to be one of the featured essays from the series, but I ended up scrapping the idea as the series grew from a 5-part series to a 12-part series. 9,875 more words

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Genetics and George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire"

It is easy to understand why Preston Jacobs thinks that “A Song of Ice and Fire” is science fiction given the tremendous amount of genetics laden material throughout the story. 1,652 more words