HBO’s Game of Thrones is back with its 4th season. A shadowy figure hands a broadsword to a bladesmith who removes its handle, places it on a forge and melts it down to molten red Valerian steel in the pre-credit sequence. Spoiler – When that shadowy figure drops a dire wolf’s carcass on the fire, the mystery gets solved. The shadowy figure was Tywin Lannister and sword was Robb Stark’s.
The first episode showed 6 or so stories at once – King’s landing in the run-up to the royal wedding, evil boy-king Joffrey is yet to marry Margaery Tyrell. Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons approaching from the east, Stannis Baratheon and his sorceress plotting and King in the North might die with all their eyes on the Iron Throne.
The show has more than 200 characters and the most exiting new arrivals is Prince Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal) has a long-standing grudge against the Lannisters and may play a pivotal role in the events of the 4th season.
This kind of casting has always been a special appeal of Games of Thrones and in the past have had massive international success. While the story’s basis can’t be disguised by few dragons and the Northerners from Ned Stark to Lord Davos may have accents which are usually indicative of character and all the slippery no-gooders speak like Londeners.
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