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Queen Daenerys Targaryen
The death of her husband, Khal Drogo, has not stopped Daenerys from strategizing her return to the Seven Kingdoms to take back the Iron Throne. Impervious to fire, Dany used the heat of Drogo's funeral pyre to hatch the dragon eggs she was given as a wedding gift. She considers her dragons her children and will stop at nothing to ensure their well-being as she travels through Essos to save her people.
Ned Stark's bastard son, Jon was raised at Winterfell on near-equal footing with his siblings. He joined the Night's Watch where he serves as steward to Lord Commander Mormont. Despite his instincts to join Robb on the battlefield, he stayed up north to honor his vows to the Watch. While traveling beyond the Wall with the Lord Commander, he was separated from the rest of the group.
Cersei is the only daughter of Tywin Lannister, the richest man in the Seven Kingdoms. Even before she was married off to Robert Baratheon, she was involved in an incestuous relationship with her twin Jaime, the only sibling she cares for. With her son Joffrey reigning as king and her father Tywin now serving as his Hand, Cersei is finding her power eclipsed.
A dwarf, Tyrion is considered an embarrassment to his House and the fact that his mother died during his birth has not endeared him to his father. What Tyrion lacks in size and strength, he makes up for in mental acuity; his loyalty to House Lannister and the good of the Seven Kingdoms is unquestioned. He served as Hand of the King in his father's absence, and although few know it, it was Tyrion who hatched the plan that saved King's Landing from Stannis Baratheon's attack.
Jaime is twin brother to Queen Cersei. A celebrated knight and member of the Kingsguard, his reputation as "The Kingslayer" dogs him: It was he who slew the Mad King, in violation of his oath to protect the royal family. Robb Stark took him prisoner (twice), but Catelyn Stark, anxious to trade him for her daughters, set him free.
King Robb Stark
Lord of Winterfell and now King in the North, Robb has always been aware of the responsibilities that come with his title. At present, that means avenging his father's death and bringing his sisters home. Robb has a close relationship with his bastard half-brother, Jon Snow, but has vowed vengeance against Theon Greyjoy, his father's ward, who betrayed him by taking Winterfell and murdering members of the Stark household. Robb's direwolf is named Grey Wind.
It never downloaded and I still had to pay for it. Last time I use any online watch crap!Published 1 day ago by paula
Unfortunately season three doesn't have any cool inserts like the first two seasons (family trees of each house with season 1, map of westeros with season 2). Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ben English
Greatest show ever. I own all season as of now. Looking forward to the next season of DVDs.Published 3 days ago by Raymond Beyer
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|How far does this season get into ASOS (chapter #s, no spoilers, please)||
Season 3 ends after RW
Oct 20, 2013 by DragonGod008 | See all 2 posts
|34.96 free shipping for $35||
Check again: It's only 24.99
Feb 17, 2014 by Keith J. Emlaw | See all 3 posts
Cable series seasons are not released on video until the *next* Season premieres on air. Many network shows go to video soon after airing, But, i can't think of any cable
shows. If i am wrong someone will surely let me know shortly!
Apr 7, 2013 by CCK | See all 3 posts
|NTSC, Full Screen .... Seriously?||
I am looking for the Widescreen version of the DVD to order also!!! Have you found anything out? Where the heck is it??? I don't want to waste my money if it is just Fullscreen....
Feb 10, 2014 by Bird | See all 8 posts
|Instant Streaming, when???||
Feb 18th. Should be 39.99 for the whole season. Amazon will probaly upload some making of- featurettes a week before.
Jan 21, 2014 by Italian Stallion | See all 3 posts
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