Game of Thrones. Episode 1 Review. The Wars to Come

Game of Thrones. Episode 1 Review. The Wars to Come
Game of Thrones Season 5

Game of Thrones Season 5

Cersei Lannister remembers her past. Something like a vision. She’s with a friend and they go to visit a woman, lady Frog. She can read the future but she needs Cesei’s blood. And she gives her. It’s not a good vision.

That’s the beginning of the season 5 of Game of Thrones, maybe the most ambitious television series in history.

The story continues as before. Stannis Baratheon is in The Wall with Jon Snow and they have troubles. Tyrion has been saved and now he’s going to meet with Daenerys in Mereen –who has a little revolution with her people-… Littlefinger is with Sansa.

The first episode of this season was great, but it’s known that three more episodes have been leaked on the internet. Yes, we have to be ready to spoilers and, if you want to watch the show legally, you probably prefer to disconnect the internet cable because it will be impossible to avoid the spoilers.

My favorite moment on this chapter is not the end, it’s when Daenerys goes to visit her chained dragons and they spit fire. How can she control them? We have to wait! Anyway, great news for the fans and we are very happy that, at last, this season 5 of Game of Thrones is with us.

Have a very nice day, dear friends.

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