Share your thoughts on the 'Game of Thrones' premiere.
Why was the NK so interested in Bran anyway? He was able to mark him then went after him and tried to kill him.
I've started to form my own little theory based on a clue in the soundtrack. In Season 1, when Arya first came upon one of the dragon skulls in the basement of the Red Keep, Melisandre's theme starts to play. So, if Melisandre turns out to be a centuries-old Rhaenys or Visenya (Aegon the Conqueror's sisters), and thus a remote ancestor or aunt of Jon, Dany and Gendry, I totally called it.
^^Wait how would she be Gendry's ancestor? Am I missing something? He's a Baratheon.
I don't know if they're following this in the TV series, but in the books, Robert, Stannis and Renly Baratheon's grandmother was a Targaryen princess. This would have made Robert the next in line to the throne if all of Aerys's descendants had been wiped out.
Oh yeah they definitely aren't doing that in the show
Bran is the only character alive, at the time of the story, who can use the sacred groves for their intended purpose; therefore, the White Walkers want to get rid of him. They might not know how disorganized the resistance is, and even if they did, it might be advised anyway to spoil any possible advantage.
The dragon scenes were awesome.
Dragonkeeper15...what "sacred groves"?
@Beatissima I wouldn't bet on it, since that scene happened before Melisandre was even introduced. Remember how people were certain that Supreme Leader Snoke from Star Wars was actually Darth Plagueis, since his theme sounded very similar to the music from the scene in Revenge of the Sith where Palpatine tells Anakin the story of Darth Plagueis?
@Arwen777 it's where the weirwood trees are.
What do you think?