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Resume Game of Throne Saison 7

Resume Game of Throne Saison 7

Resume Game of Throne Saison 7

At this point in its history, Game of Thrones simply is the culture. But this season will be remembered for its supersize episodes, an accelerated pace of storytelling in a race towards the ending, an increasing commitment to spectacle over conversation-heavy intrigue, and, in some cases, defying internal logic. This was the first season of Game of Thrones that didn’t have a big emotional moment that readers could be certain originated with George R.R. Martin himself. (Season 6, at least, had Hodor.) When all is said and done, though, Season 7 was the show’s most-watched by far, and landed Game of Thrones its third consecutive best-drama Emmy. Plot-wise, the biggest bombshell was, in theory, the official confirmation of Jon Snow’s real father, Rhaegar, and the ramifications of Gilly’s discovery that the Targaryen prince had annulled his marriage to his first wife and actually married Lyanna Stark. Which would mean that Jon Snow—the most famous bastard in Westeros—isn’t actually a bastard. Not only that, but he’s the true heir (depending on how you look at it) to the Iron Throne. This news of Jon’s legitimacy rocked book readers and show watchers alike.

Landing

Arya returns to Winterfell and is reunited with Sansa and Bran. Littlefinger presents Bran with the Valyrian steel dagger his would-be assassin used. Bran gives the dagger to Arya. Bran bids a homeward-bound Meera an unemotional farewell, explaining he is no longer Bran. Arya spars with Brienne, impressing her and amazing Sansa with her exceptional fighting skills. Cersei assures the Iron Bank full repayment of the Lannister's debt as a wagon train carrying gold from Highgarden travels to King's Landing. In a cave filled with dragonglass, Jon reveals ancient wall paintings to Daenerys depicting the First Men and the Children of the Forest joining forces against the undead. Daenerys learns that the attack on Casterly Rock was a diversion and Lannister forces have captured Highgarden. Ignoring Tyrion's protests, Daenerys rides Drogon as the Dothraki cavalry launches a surprise attack on the Lannister army, decimating it and capturing its remaining forces. Drogon is slightly wounded when Bronn fires a bolt from Qyburn's new scorpion ballista weapon, but he and Daenerys land safely. Jaime's desperate charge on horseback at a vulnerable Daenerys is thwarted by Drogon spewing fire. Bronn tackles Jaime into a river, saving him.

Daenerys, meanwhile, had set up shop at her birthplace of Dragonstone (home to the Targaryens before Stannis Baratheon lived there) with a band of allies against Cersei, which included Tyrion, Varys, Yara and Theon Greyjoy, Olenna Tyrell and Dornish leader Ellaria Sand. Instead of flying her dragons straight to King’s Landing and setting the place on fire like she wanted, Tyrion advised Dany to avoid slaughtering civilians and instead target Lannister family seat Casterly Rock. While the Greyjoy fleet would sail to Dorne to mobilise Ellaria’s Dornish troops, the Unsullied would take the Lannister castle. (Source: www.denofgeek.com)

 

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