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Old 03-27-2012, 12:39 PM   #1501
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He is messing with you guys, later we are informed that the dragons are weak and won't grow much due to their eggs hatching so late which turns them basically to epensive pets.
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Old 03-29-2012, 01:43 AM   #1504
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Looks good.
I like the dragon age combat system but I don't like the picking only 2 characters especially because one of them is a red priest.. I was hoping you could be some kind of a knight or lordling from another house.. or make up your own character.. but you're right it does look pretty good, I'm definitely getting it.
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2 more days!

I am excite!

Robb Stark is gonna be a badass this season

Stannis becomes one of the best characters in the series over time.


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We’ve seen 4 episodes of Game of Thrones season 2!
Game of Thrones returns to HBO this Sunday, and at last our burning questions will be answered. For some of us, those questions include, "What happens next to Arya and Sansa in the wake of their father's death?" For others of us, they're more like, "How can a television show possibly capture everything that happens in George R.R. Martin's A Clash of Kings?" Either way, we're happy to tell you that we've seen the first four episodes of the season, and we don't think you'll be disappointed.

Here's our spoiler-free preview of Game of Thrones season two. And as usual with our spoiler-free previews, we really do mean spoiler-free... we're assuming you've seen Game of Thrones season one, but there are no plot details about what happens in season two or A Clash of Kings below.

It really is an epic
We've been wondering how this TV show could possibly include the huge cast of characters and wealth of incident that Martin crams into the second book of A Song of Ice And Fire. And indeed, the first episode does jump around in a way that might give you whiplash — we visit a whole slew of subplots one after the other, and they barely seem to interact with each other at first. I was left wondering, in places, whether people who hadn't read the book would know what to make of some of the new storylines.

But the relentless pacing does pay off, eventually, as we start to get a complete picture of the sweep of the war that's engulfing Westeros. The following episodes feel a lot more coherent, partly because some subplots are placed on the back burner and partly because the show does a great job of showing how everything connects up. And one of Martin's central concerns in the series — the way in which war affects ordinary people who are caught up in the struggles of nobles and leaders — shines through again and again, in many scenes that are both horrifying and thought-provoking.

Also, you have to admire the deft job the show's makers have done of condensing and combining scenes, to the point where characters seem to be colliding a bit more than in the books. There are some very well-choreographed sequences that manage to cover a lot of ground and handle a bunch of incidents all at once.

And even if you do end up having to rewatch some episodes a couple times to pick up on everything that's happened, it'll be a pleasurable task — this show really is rewarding close attention, and the zingy dialogue and attention to minor characters that made the first season such a stand-out are very much in evidence again. This show really is pulling off "epic" in a way that's never been done before.

The heartbreak doesn't stop
The death of Ned Stark hangs over this season like a shroud, and people refer back to it over and over again. It's one of the lodestones that all the events revolve around, and it comes back in ways you might not necessarily expect. But also, in keeping with the wartime theme, we're confronted with heartbreak and loss over and over again. Death is all around, and the show makes us feel it, and the effect it has on all the people around it.

It's much more dystopian.
Sure, season one wasn't exactly a basket of kittens. But season two is much more horrifying — there's less sex and more brutality this time, although the "sexposition" is definitely back in a few places. This time, it's clearly a world where wicked people often prosper, and good people are often killed or ground into the dirt. A lot of this comes from the book, but there's also a lot of casual brutality, and the show lingers on some bloody, horrifying sights here and there. Not only that, but there's a relentless pragmatism to all of it — we see good people tolerating or supporting foul situations, because the greater good demands it. It's not just that the Seven Kingdoms are at war, it's that life is harsh everywhere, and casual cruelty is the norm. When we do see someone try to do the right thing or make a difference in the world, he or she usually winds up paying a horrible price. Oh, and the gender politics get even more fascinating, as we get more examples of women being terribly victimized — as well as women being strong leaders and fighters, in spite of the scorn that's tossed at them.

A lot is resting on Peter Dinklage's shoulders.
Because of the aforementioned juggling of a million subplots, Tyrion still has to share screen time with a ton of other characters. But he's clearly the show's leading character now, and Peter Dinklage has top billing now that Sean Bean is gone. And without giving anything away, Tyrion gets a lot of the coolest moments in the first four episodes, on a par with your favorite Tyrion scenes in season one. Now that Tyrion has clearly been anointed as a fan-favorite character, just as he was in the books, he's like a spark of brightness in the midst of otherwise terrible gloom — both because of his sense of humor, and because of his strength of character. He's one of the most fascinating characters on television, and in season two he goes to town.

Dinklage is being asked to carry a lot of the show's humor and warmth, with a lot of the real standout scenes in these opening episodes — and he mostly pulls it off. Mostly. There were a few moments where I felt like the show might be asking too much of the awesome powers of Peter Dinklage, and a few of his "hero" scenes fell just a tad short of convincing me. But he's still immense fun to watch.

Fans of A Clash of Kings will notice a few delightfully clever changes
Again, without giving anything away... none of the changes I noticed bothered me, and some of them made a lot of sense, especially with the limited running time and resources. Some of the relationships between the characters are quite different, and also a few new coincidences and connections are introduced that may pay off wonderfully down the line. Also, the decision in season one to foreground the sexual relationship between Renly Baratheon and Loras Tyrrell inevitably means a lot of fascinating new elements are introduced to Renly's story in season two, and it makes his character infinitely more interesting.

Bottom line
We called Game of Thrones season one an astounding achievement — and this continues to be true in season two. This show is continuing to redefine what's possible on television. Some of the leaping around from subplot to subplot may get a bit dizzying, but you see pretty quickly how it's going to pay off, and the show is continuing to do a great job of developing minor characters and strengthening the connections between them. Most of all, this is a great political epic, in which the nature of power and government is questioned, over and over again, and it's left to the audience to come up with its own disquieting answers.
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great stuff rezznor. appreciate it
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yw, i just copy and pasted the review though.
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I like the dragon age combat system but I don't like the picking only 2 characters especially because one of them is a red priest.. I was hoping you could be some kind of a knight or lordling from another house.. or make up your own character.. but you're right it does look pretty good, I'm definitely getting it.
I personally don't have a capable PC nor can afford to buy an average game like this, I prolly will play some on my friend's monster of a PC though. I have already decided to go Magnar And why the hell the water dancer is a god damn archer?
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yw, i just copy and pasted the review though.
which was cool cause all i had to do was scroll and read..lol
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Interesting idea by Huffington post. They created, and are going to be updating Power Rankings for each character in the Game of Thrones after every episode. Here's the "pre-season" ranks.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joe-sa...b_1393271.html
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HBO is running a marathon of season one right now in preparation for tonight, and I have it on in the background while I'm cleaning.

I noticed something I didn't the first time (although watching the first time at this point I wouldn't have had cause to notice), and don't recall from the books.

It's after Bran is pushed from the window and is in the coma. Cate is sitting bedside with him. Tyrion had just told Cersie and Jamie that the maester says that it appears Bran will live. Cersie says it's cruel to let the boy go through life a disfigured monster.

Anyway ... they cut away and Cersie enters Bran's room. Catelyn is sitting there, she apologizes for not being properly dressed. Cersie excuses her and tells her what a handsome boy Bran is. Then goes into a story about losing her first born, which she later apologizes for because it's not something Catelyn is likely to want to hear. But the story, paraphrasing
"I lost my first born as well you know. A black haired beauty. He was a fighter too. But he succombed to the fever."
Now I recall this the first time, and thought it was just another example of Cersie being a bitch, and attempting to break Catelyn's spirit as she sits bedside, perhaps thinking that it's her will that's keeping Bran alive at this point. But upon this viewing, the Black Haired beauty part stuck out. The boy must have been Robert's, and the implication is that she some how infected and killed him. I don't remember it from the books. But it seems like she and Jamie were plotting to have a full blooded Lannister become the heir to the throne even before Joffrey starts coming of age. And she was in the process of eradicating the Baretheon heirs, bastards or not, even before there was any suspicion from Robert Aren or Ned.

Just something that struck me. Already looking forward to tonight.
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anyone know of HBO live streams available?

I don't get HBO and usually just torrent the stuff the following morning or w/e, but would really like to watch tonight!
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HBO is running a marathon of season one right now in preparation for tonight, and I have it on in the background while I'm cleaning.

I noticed something I didn't the first time (although watching the first time at this point I wouldn't have had cause to notice), and don't recall from the books.

It's after Bran is pushed from the window and is in the coma. Cate is sitting bedside with him. Tyrion had just told Cersie and Jamie that the maester says that it appears Bran will live. Cersie says it's cruel to let the boy go through life a disfigured monster.

Anyway ... they cut away and Cersie enters Bran's room. Catelyn is sitting there, she apologizes for not being properly dressed. Cersie excuses her and tells her what a handsome boy Bran is. Then goes into a story about losing her first born, which she later apologizes for because it's not something Catelyn is likely to want to hear. But the story, paraphrasing
"I lost my first born as well you know. A black haired beauty. He was a fighter too. But he succombed to the fever."
Now I recall this the first time, and thought it was just another example of Cersie being a bitch, and attempting to break Catelyn's spirit as she sits bedside, perhaps thinking that it's her will that's keeping Bran alive at this point. But upon this viewing, the Black Haired beauty part stuck out. The boy must have been Robert's, and the implication is that she some how infected and killed him. I don't remember it from the books. But it seems like she and Jamie were plotting to have a full blooded Lannister become the heir to the throne even before Joffrey starts coming of age. And she was in the process of eradicating the Baretheon heirs, bastards or not, even before there was any suspicion from Robert Aren or Ned.

Just something that struck me. Already looking forward to tonight.

From what I remember from the books, Cersei told Ned in Godswood that Jaime took her to a woman who "cleansed" Cersei in her own words. The melodramatic performance and tale in the series was inserted by Benioff.
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HBO is running a marathon of season one right now in preparation for tonight, and I have it on in the background while I'm cleaning.

I noticed something I didn't the first time (although watching the first time at this point I wouldn't have had cause to notice), and don't recall from the books.

It's after Bran is pushed from the window and is in the coma. Cate is sitting bedside with him. Tyrion had just told Cersie and Jamie that the maester says that it appears Bran will live. Cersie says it's cruel to let the boy go through life a disfigured monster.

Anyway ... they cut away and Cersie enters Bran's room. Catelyn is sitting there, she apologizes for not being properly dressed. Cersie excuses her and tells her what a handsome boy Bran is. Then goes into a story about losing her first born, which she later apologizes for because it's not something Catelyn is likely to want to hear. But the story, paraphrasing
"I lost my first born as well you know. A black haired beauty. He was a fighter too. But he succombed to the fever."
Now I recall this the first time, and thought it was just another example of Cersie being a bitch, and attempting to break Catelyn's spirit as she sits bedside, perhaps thinking that it's her will that's keeping Bran alive at this point. But upon this viewing, the Black Haired beauty part stuck out. The boy must have been Robert's, and the implication is that she some how infected and killed him. I don't remember it from the books. But it seems like she and Jamie were plotting to have a full blooded Lannister become the heir to the throne even before Joffrey starts coming of age. And she was in the process of eradicating the Baretheon heirs, bastards or not, even before there was any suspicion from Robert Aren or Ned.

Just something that struck me. Already looking forward to tonight.

That doesn't make sense though. Remember Maggy the Frogs prophecy? (white text)

Cersei asked Maggy if her and the King would have children and Maggy told Cersei she would have 3 children. She already has Joff, Tommen and whats her face....this would mean she had a 4th child...making part of the prophecy wrong.

I don't see how it works out.
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