Game of Thrones Season 6 sees the arrival of a winter that may become a new Long Night, as the White Walkers are poised to strike against the realms of men. Sansa and Jon reunite, and Yara and Dany form an alliance that allows Dany’s fleet to sail to Westeros. Arya reclaims her Stark name and murders Walder Frey, the man who massacred her family. Sansa helps Jon in The Battle of the Bastards, and kills Ramsay with his own dogs. Bran’s training with the Three-Eyed Raven shows him how the White Walkers first came to be and Jon Snow’s true parentage. Cersei uses wildfire on her enemies, but it causes the suicide of Tommen, her last child.
Game of Thrones Season 3 sees the Seven Kingdoms in the midst of civil war while assassinations and dark plots are brewing everywhere. Robb Stark remains in the field and must win back the allegiance of House Frey. Stannis Baratheon is defeated, but not yet out of the fight. Bran Stark must cross the frozen wastelands of the North, while Arya must brave the war-torn Riverlands. Brienne of Tarth escorts Jaime Lannister home, Theon Greyjoy must face the consequences of his actions at Winterfell, Tyrion Lannister and Sansa Stark must brave the currents of a dangerous court. Daenerys Targaryen has fled Qarth. Her dragons are growing and her fame is spreading. Beyond the Wall, the White Walkers are on the move and Jon Snow must infiltrate the wildling army to discover the King-Beyond-the-Wall's plans.
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.
Game of Thrones Season 4 sees The War of the Five Kings drawing to a close, but new intrigues and plots are in motion, and the surviving factions must contend with enemies not only outside their ranks, but within. We see the fight between Oberyn and The Mountain, Joffrey's demise, The fight between the Wildligs and the Night's Watch and more.
Game of Thrones Season 7 is the penultimate season of the HBO hit series. In it, we finally see one of the show's biggest fan theories confirmed: Jon Snow is the legitimate son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, making him the heir to the Iron Throne over Daenerys. The Night King kills and revives Viserion, using him to bring down The Wall and cross into Westeros. The Stark siblings work together to bring down Littlefinger and protect the north, while Jon allies himself with Dany. Cersei solidifies her power, but drives Jaime away and more.
Game of Thrones Season 2 sees the Seven Kingdoms in the midst of the War of the Five Kings, with the King in the North, Robb Stark, fighting to win independence. Joffrey Baratheon holds the Iron Throne, but Stannis Baratheon and Renly Baratheon have both claimed it. To the east, Daenerys Targaryen has hatched the only three dragons in the world and must find new allies to support her claim. In the distant north, the Night's Watch has mounted an expedition beyond the Wall that will be a rite of passage for Jon Snow.
Game of Thrones’ season 5 is the one where we see Dorne for the first time, Daenerys Targaryen is stuck in Mereen, trying to govern and generally failing, although Tyrion shows up to make things more fun. Cersei Lannister’s plan to take down Margaery backfires and she ends up having to do the walk of shame. Sansa is tragically married to and subsequently raped by Ramsay Bolton, and Arya trains with the Faceless Men. Meanwhile, Jon is trying to make a pact with the Wildlings, fights the White Walkers at Hardhome and is eventually betrayed and killed by his brothers of the Nights watch. Stannis Baratheon’s war campaign fails, ending in his death. Mance Rayder, Ser Barristan Selmy, Shireen Baratheon, and Myrcella Baratheon also die.
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