Game of Thrones Season 1

Game of Thrones Season 1 is where everything starts. The unified Seven Kingdoms of Westeros are at the end of the long summer while winter draws near. Lord Eddard Stark is asked by King Robert Baratheon to serve as Hand. He is reluctant, but receives intelligence suggesting his predecessor was murdered and so accepts the offer. The exiled children of House Targaryen plot to return to Westeros and unseat Robert “the usurper.” Viserys Targaryen arranges the marriage of his sister Daenerys to Khal Drogo, the leader of 40,000 Dothraki warriors, in return for the use of his warriors in invading Westeros. On the northern-most border of the Seven Kingdoms, the brothers of the Night's Watch guard the Wall, a 300-mile-long colossal fortification against the depredations of the lawless wildlings and a new threat arising in the lands of perpetual winter. 

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    March 20, 2017
    "I had heard so much about the HBO series Game of Thrones, but I had never actually watched it myself. Well, I finally decided to start watching, and boy am I hooked! I binge watched the entire series! All of the seasons are great, but Season 1 is by far the best! I love it when everything is new and exciting! I am so happy that I finally gave into peer pressure and watched this awesome show!"
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    Anonymous
    January 26, 2017
    "Game of Thrones Season 1 is the obvious place to start your journey into the Story of Westeros. The beginning of the story is so important because it sets the scene and starts to weave the story into the masterpiece it has become."
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