Jon Snow’s story is not a hero’s tale where he slays the beast and wins the kingdom. It is a human tale about a boy wrestling with indecision and trying to find his family, keep his honor, and do his duty in a brutal world. Continue reading This is no fairytale: Family, Duty, Honor and a heart torn in three
I continue to explain magic in a fantasy series because apparently I can’t enjoy anything. GRRM might want to be sparse on details but I love knowing how things work. Continue reading Science Behind the Magic: Valyrian Steel
Finally I bring you the State of Oldtown in our State of Westeros series. Continue reading State of Oldtown
A somewhat pseudo-scientific explanation behind how the Other’s ice swords work in A Song of Ice and Fire. Because magic is overrated. Continue reading Science Behind the Magic: The Others’ Ice Swords from ASoIaF
For the third post in our look at the State of Westeros we turn to Dragonstone to see what Dany has planned.
Next up we’ll be heading to Oldtown. Continue reading State of Dragonstone
We now turn to the Crownlands & King’s Landing to see what Cersei Lannister had accomplished in the season 7 of Game of Thrones. We’ll continue the analysis of the current state of Westeros next by looking at Dragonstone. Continue reading State of the Crownlands
First up in our look at the present climate of Westeros is the North where the Starks and Jon Snow are making Winterfell their home again.
This is a series outlining the current status of Westeros before the next season of Game of Thrones is released. Continue reading State of the North