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What are the best resources to learn about Game of Thrones?

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  1. 1The World of Ice & Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones

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    The World of Ice a& Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones is an illustrated book that will show you the complete history of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Learn more about this epic world full of battles, long time rivalries, rebellions, treasons. This book is written by the creators of Westeros.org, the most complete guide about Game of Thrones on the internet.

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  1. 2A Wiki of Ice and Fire

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    A Wiki of Ice and Fire is a fan-created site with information about George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series, and HBO's Game of Thrones TV show.
  2. 3Interactive Game of Thrones Map with Spoilers Control

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    Interactive Game of Thrones Map with Spoilers Control is a map where you can select the different characters from A Song of Ice and Fire, and see the route they have traveled along the series (books and TV Show) and where they are on the map, controlling what you see by adjusting the "Spoilers Through" bar.
  1. 4Mastering the Game of Thrones: Essays on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire

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    This book is a collection of essays on how has Game of Thrones became so popular and widespread around the globe. Game of Thrones is investigated and analysed in Universities and Faculties from all around the world and these essays show us how the university world has treated the series and books. 
  2. 5Wiki of Thrones

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    Wiki of Thrones is a Game of Thrones community and blog website. It is also a fan site for fans who would like to catch up on the latest news, theories, rumors, reviews, casting, forums, and lots more.

  3. 6Winter is Coming: The Medieval World of Game of Thrones

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    Winter is coming by Carolyne Larrington reveals the Middle Ages inspiration to George R.R.Martin and how has he used these medieval sources to build its world. The book looks for and explores the bestiaries from the Middle Ages for the beast, creatures and monsters that live in Westeros and in the East and the actual historical episodes where Martin took the inspiration to base the Seven Kingdoms battles and story.
  4. 7Watchers on the Wall

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    Watchers on the Wall is an online Game of Thrones community with breaking news, casting information, and general commentary related to the hit HBO TV series.
  5. 8Inside HBO's Game of Thrones

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    This series of books take a deep insight on how HBO has created one of the most important tv series on the history of television. Learn and discover more about the creation of sets, characters, scripts, costume designs, adaptations, storyboards, curiosities and gossips. With photos from the sets and interviews, this book is an interesting know how about the series. There are books based on every tv season.

  6. 9History of Westeros

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    History of Westeros is a podcast that discusses the stories within the Game of Thrones universe, and analyzes every little detail so you understand what came before the tale captured in A Song of Ice and Fire.
  7. 10The Ultimate Game of Thrones and Philosophy: You Think or Die (Popular Culture and Philosophy)

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    This book is a philosophical guide about the questions raised by Game of Thrones. This compendium of essays written by philosophers and social investigators provides a comprehensive and in-depth discussion on the philosophical topics and issues that the characters of the books and of the series must deal with and how philosophy has questioned about them during History

  8. 11You Win or You Die: The Ancient World of Game of Thrones

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    With this book, Ayelet Haimson Lushkov, explores and compares the historical sources beyond the medieval times on Game of Thrones books. We can watch the convergences between the Ancient Rome and the Hellenistic Greece on how Martin's built its imaginary land of Westeros. Learn how the Valyrian Fire is based on the greek fire, and how Tyrion's travel resembles Odysseus and Aeneas journey.

  9. 12Tower of the Hand

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    Tower of the Hand, an unofficial companion to George R. R. Martin's bestselling series 'A song of ice and fire'. Here you will find chapter summaries, character profiles, family trees, timelines, guides, and many articles about the world created by GRRM.
  10. 13georgerrmartin.com

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    This is the official website of George R.R. Martin, author of the bestselling 'A song of ice and fire' series. With news, books, bio, fan site directory and merchandise.
  11. 14Winter Is Coming

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    Winter Is Coming is your source of news, rumors, speculation, and discussion for HBO's Game of Thrones, the television adaptation of George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series.
  12. 15Westeros

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    Westeros.org is the premiere fan site for George R.R. Martin, his 'A Song of Ice and Fire' series, and all related licenses, adaptions, and expansions. This blog site also features Game of Thrones news and updates.
  13. 16A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook

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    This cookbook by fans and chefs Chelsea Monroe and Sarian Lehrer, endorsed and supported by George R.R. Martin himself, replicates a wide range of cuisine and recipes as described in the Game of Thrones books. Food recipes based on the Seven Kingdoms and beyond the Narrow Sea. Exotic food from the East, delicacies from King's Landing halls and cozy and comfort food from the North. 

  14. 17Game of Thrones Beginner's Guide: Uncensored (HBO)

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    Game of Thrones Beginner’s Guide: Uncensored (HBO) is the Game of Thrones Recap from season 1 through 6 you didn't know you needed, narrated by none other than Samuel L. Jackson.
  15. 18Game of Thrones official Channel

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    This is the Offical YouTube Channel about Game of Thrones. The channel contains inside-the-episodes, clips. previews, trailers, interviews and more exclusive content. 
  16. 19Game of Thrones Wiki

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    Game of Thrones Wiki is a guide to the HBO series Game of Thrones that anyone can edit. It has information about episodes, characters, culture and history of Westeros and more.
  17. 20GoT Academy

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    If you enjoy Game of Thrones, A Song of Ice and Fire and you're looking for some new and ORIGINAL content that looks at the story from a unique POV, GoT Academy is your channel.
  18. 21HBO Game of Thrones the Viewer's Guide

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    This Guide is your ultimate resource for the HBO series Game of Thrones. It updates with every episode. This site contains Behind the scenes features, character biographies, family trees, the map of the world and events & customs. 
  19. 22A Blog of Thrones

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    A Blog Of Thrones is a blog dedicated to everything related to the HBO Show Game Of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire book series by George R.R. Martin.

  20. 23Race for the Iron Throne

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    Race for the Iron Throne is a book/tv blog by Steven Attewell dedicated to George R.R Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire books and HBO's adaptation, Game of Thrones.
  21. 24Den of Geek

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    Den of Geek is a website that serves as a resource for features, news, and reviews of TV, Movies, Video Games, and Comics and Culture. This site can be accessed for free, and can also be accessed through their social media pages.
  22. 25Thrones Amino for Ice and Fire

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    This app is a social network for fans of Game of Thrones. You can chat with other fans and make friends, vote for your favourite characters, learn from de GoT catalog, fan fiction, and get and share the latest got news and theories.
  23. 26Scattered Quotes

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    Scattered Quotes is a website with a large collection of quotes featured in movies, TV shows, games, books, and more. Along with the inspiring and funny words, it also posts images or screenshots of the specific scene.

  24. 27A Game of Thrones Guide

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    This is the only official a Song of Ice and Fire/ a Game of Thrones app from George R.R. Martin: Hundreds of detailed character bios, interactive maps, and anti-spoiler protection.
  25. 28Guide: Game of Thrones

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    This app is a complete Game of Thrones guide with a intuiteve and clean user inteface,  a world map of the seven kinghdoms, the family trees for all the GoT houses , and many more features.
  26. 29Bran makes Aerys Targaryen go mad

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    This Game of Thrones fan theory states that Bran Stark is the one who causes Aerys Targaryen to become The Mad King. This happens when he realizes that others can hear him during his visions from the past, but doesn't understand that they cannot fully understand him. He attempts to reason with Aerys, but the King only hears whispers and is eventually driven mad by it.

  27. 30Cleganebowl

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    Cleganebowl is a Game of Thrones fan theory that states that brothers Sandor Clegane (The Houd) and Gregor Clegane (The Mountain), will eventually face off against each other in an epic fight.

  28. 31Game of Thrones Statistics and Infographics

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    Want to know what have been up to all the characters on the Games of Thrones show? Learn with this timesheet that keeps track of the time used for battling, traveling, killing, training and all the major tasks of everyone in the show


  29. 32Making Game of Thrones

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    Making Game of Thrones is the official HBO place for the behind-the-scenes look at the Game of Thrones series, where you will find interviews, event coverage, exclusive photos and many more. 

  30. 33Wikipedia

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    Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia on the world wide web. It is open-source and currently has 5 million articles in the English language ranging from different topics such as science, entertainment, literature, and more.

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    April 27, 2017
    "I quickly ran into a problem while watching Game of thrones, and even more so when I started reading the books. There is tooo many characters to learn about, too many houses to remember and just so much important information to keep track of. There were scenes that I knew were big, but their grandiosity fell flat because I didn't recognize the key characters at first (the Red Wedding for example, who is this Bolton guy?). After searching a bit, I found this Guide and it helped incredibly with my understanding on connected details. It was also very easy to look up things I wasn't sure about. Most importantly it had pictures of faces and who's related to who. This was key, since most of the drama is family & Royal houses drama. Now I can quickly use this resource so every big scene that makes me think 'What just happened to Whom?', I can quickly look it up and be in the know!"
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    Guide: Game of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2017
    "Anyone who is obsessed with Game of Thrones knows how difficult it can be to keep up with all of the family connections and the characters that seem to be introduced just to drop dead a scene later and even how the world exists around them. I've read the books and have a good grasp on this, but my husband does not. I ended up buying this book for him to read through to sort of boost his knowledge and trivia on the series before the new season comes out and ended up reading it myself. It introduced me to a lot of things I simply didn't know before hand!"
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    You Win or You Die: The Ancient World of Game of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    March 23, 2017
    "This blog is a great resource for finding more about Game of Thrones. It has information about the politics and history in the books and shows, and discusses how things work in Westeros and Essos. The blog features a very in-depth analysis of individual chapters and characters, and is very detailed. The blog also recommends other blogs and websites for even more information, and is overall a great way to learn more about Game of Thrones."
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    Race for the Iron Throne
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    Anonymous
    February 3, 2017
    "It's a good app if you want in depth information of the Game of Thrones. There are so many maps and you can follow different characters. You can spend hours on this app. Down load app is free, but there are so many in app purchase if you want to see maps and such. It's too expensive to me as each in app purchase is $3-$4. If you are a huge fan and don't mind spending some money, you will like this."
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    A Game of Thrones Guide
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    Anonymous
    May 20, 2017
    "Since it has been becoming more popular, I wanted to learn more about Game of Thrones. While looking for resources to learn about Game of Thrones, I came across "A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook" and this book is great. It has a bunch of recipes from the show where you can make them in real life. Although it doesn't teach me a lot, it's a very well-done book."
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    A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook
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    Anonymous
    January 10, 2019
    "Game of Thrones is complicated. There are hundreds of characters, tons of history, and tons of relationships. It can be hard to follow, especially from year to year or even week to week. For the rest of us, there's the Viewer's Guide - get the most out of this spectacular show with clear and informative explanations of the settings, characters, histories, and extra information. A must-have!"
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    HBO Game of Thrones the Viewer's Guide
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    Anonymous
    February 7, 2017
    "I wanted to get into Game of Thrones like everyone else. Problem is, I was so far behind. With Interactive Game of Thrones Map with Spoilers control I was able to see where each of the actors in the series went about their storyline. Utilizing the books and the show, this was a great tool to invest in so that you can get caught up to speed with things you may have missed."
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    Interactive Game of Thrones Map with Spoilers Control
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    Anonymous
    February 11, 2017
    "I was given this as a gift to read by a friend who's been trying to get me into Game of Thrones. I was reluctant to read it just because I'm not that into the story. It is an interesting source of facts. I would recommend if you're already into Game of Thrones. I have a feeling though if you're like me and just don't get the hype, it won't be of much interest to you too."
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    Winter is Coming: The Medieval World of Game of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    June 13, 2017
    "Thank goodness for Tower of the Hand! George R. R. Martin's 'A son of Ice and Fire' is complicated enough to follow; the books have an excess of intricate details spilling over. Even the show's require you to remember minuscule events from time to time. This allows me the ability to have the information at my fingertips, and keep up with any confusion I might encounter."
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    Tower of the Hand
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    Anonymous
    November 6, 2017
    "I don't think this page specifically would tell you about all things Game of Thrones but the website itself that it is linked to would help you on your search. Although I still do not think it is the best available as its more related to asking questions and speaking on the topics. I would highly recommend http://gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/Game_of_Thrones_Wiki."
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    Bran makes Aerys Targaryen go mad
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    Anonymous
    March 11, 2017
    "The Ultimate Game of Thrones and Philosophy: You Think or Die (Popular Culture and Philosophy) is well, just what it says it is, the Ultimate Game of Thrones Guide! I've found no other book that compares to this one in terms of in depth knowledge and expertise. I can watch the show ten times over and not nearly know the show as this book teaches."
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    The Ultimate Game of Thrones and Philosophy: You Think or Die (Popular Culture and Philosophy)
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    Anonymous
    September 27, 2017
    "A series of books that EXPLAINS Game of Thrones; count me in! While after every episode I head straight to the internet to find out what everyone knows and all of the predictions they have made this series lays out the whole TV show and combines the pieces for you. It will be a great read after finishing the series before you re watch it."
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    Inside HBO's Game of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    June 30, 2017
    "I love Game of Thrones, and I like the writings of George R. R. Martin. I wanted to know more about him and his books, and Wikipedia didn't have enough information. That's when I happened upon this site through a Google search. This site has all the info I would ever want, and I frequently come back to read from this page."
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    georgerrmartin.com
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    Anonymous
    January 31, 2017
    "Really wanting to learn more about Game of Thrones, I started searching for resources to learn about Game of Thrones. I came across this Youtube channel called, "GoT Academy". This had very interesting videos with very unique viewpoints about the show. It really gives you a new perspective and teaches you a lot."
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    GoT Academy
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2017
    "You can easily catch up on highlights from the show on this Youtube page. They have loads of content to check out. It may not be the best source for learning about every little detail, but you can get a good idea of things you may have missed out on or go back and watch some of your favorite clips."
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    Game of Thrones official Channel
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    Anonymous
    March 11, 2017
    "People at my work cannot stop talking about Game of Thrones. I have never watched or read it so I felt I should find out what they were all talking about and if it would interest me. A Blog of Thrones is a great blog that has shown me about the hype. Maybe I will start watching this summer."
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    A Blog of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2017
    "This is a great one-stop-shop resource to learn about Game of Thrones. I read numerous character entries and various locations and battles from this Wiki. I feel that I learned more about Game of Thrones in the half hour I spent reading from this Wiki than I did search about GoT on Google."
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    Game of Thrones Wiki
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    Anonymous
    June 3, 2017
    "I'm a huge Game of Thrones TV series fan and these last months, as we were waiting for Season 7 to air, I decided to give the books a try. I bought this book and I was able to understand better the stories I'd watched on TV and also got to explore the fantasy realm with ease."
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    The World of Ice & Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    May 9, 2017
    "It's a quick, entertaining 7 minute guide to Game of Thrones. As a newbie, I found it interesting, but also very confusing. It's a good start to understanding the series, but would need to be considered just a starting point and not all one would need to understand GoT."
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    Game of Thrones Beginner's Guide: Uncensored (HBO)
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    Anonymous
    May 11, 2017
    "The foremost wiki about Game of Thrones, you won't get much better than Wiki of Thrones for finding things out and keeping them actively straight as the series comes to a close. Just be wary of unmarked spoilers if you've fallen behind and missed some episodes!"
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    Wiki of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    April 12, 2017
    "I think A Wiki of Ice and Fire is a very good solution. The solution is a direct link which provides an overview of the conflict that exists in the Game of Thrones. It provides an identification of the factions involved and circumstances."
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    A Wiki of Ice and Fire
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2017
    "If you are a Game of Thrones fan like and want to know everything about everything game of thrones, then Den of Geek is a must visit site for you. I like how all that I want to know and am interested in is available in one place in one click."
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    Den of Geek
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    Anonymous
    April 17, 2017
    "I wanted to catch up on Game of Thrones and I found "Mastering the Game of Thrones: Essays on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire" through a Google search. It has an abundance of tools to help me catch up."
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    Mastering the Game of Thrones: Essays on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire
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    Anonymous
    July 16, 2017
    "They are just trying to capitalize on the show. It looks like some clips and clip art thrown together as well as a few show quotes. I don't see how a Game of Thrones "social media site" is of any use to any one."
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    Thrones Amino for Ice and Fire
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    Anonymous
    March 22, 2017
    "I'm almost positive this is the official site for Game of Thrones. Even if it isn't this is full of information, links to learn more and merch if you're into that sort of thing. A fantastic resource."
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    Westeros
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    Anonymous
    April 6, 2017
    "I'm always on the look out for good Game Of Thrones resources. Winter is Coming is my definite go to. They always have the latest news about the series and I love being able to keep up to date."
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    Winter Is Coming
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    Anonymous
    May 4, 2017
    "I learned most of the plot from Watchers on the Wall. The whole community was very helpful to me and my concerns about the show. I visit this site everyday for new lore about the show."
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    Watchers on the Wall
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    Anonymous
    May 21, 2017
    "I am a huge fan of Game of Thrones, and this was one of the best things I bought. It is just filled with stories and behind the scenes material. I absolutely love this audio book."
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    History of Westeros
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    Anonymous
    March 4, 2019
    "I always reading the latest news and also how production is going on MakingGamesofThrones website. Awesome source if you are interested in GoT series."
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    Making Game of Thrones
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    Anonymous
    November 5, 2017
    "A lot of people want to see Sandor and Gregor battle. It would be a great ending to a season. They are evenly matched. It would be an epic fight."
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    Cleganebowl
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    Anonymous
    January 16, 2019
    "You can just check out the wikipedia article. It has many things which you might not know."
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    Wikipedia
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    Anonymous
    February 19, 2018
    "These infographics are a great way to refresh memory of the events happening in the 6th season."
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    Game of Thrones Statistics and Infographics
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