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Thursday, 4 April 2013

Season 3: Episode 2: Dark Wings, Dark Words

Firstly when I saw the views of this blog today I was shocked! Thanks so much too all who read these posts. I never expected so many people to read these.

Here's a sneak peak of what we can expect in Episode 2 of Season 3!

What to expect in Dark Wings, Dark Words:

As a result of having so many new faces to introduce, it seems that episode 2 will be much like episode 1, in that we see a little bit of some of the new characters and a little bit of some of the old but not a whole lot of anyone. Once everyone has been introduced and the old characters caught up with hopefully we'll see a bit more of everyone.

The beginning of the preview shows Sansa being interrogated by Margaery's grandmother. She has put Sansa on the spot and want's to know what Joffrey is truely like. The question remains though can Sansa trust the Tyrell's and tell them the truth?!

Another new character we will be introduced too is Orell. He is a wildling skin-changer, which means he is capable of entering other creatures and controlling them. This is bad news for Jon Snow though. as the bird Orell becomes brings nothing but bad news for him.

For the first time this season we will see Bran and Arya Stark! Bran was last seen leaving the ruins of Winterfell with Hodor, Osha and Rickon. But who is the large figure we see him looking up at in the preview? When we see Arya in the clip she has come face to face with Thoros of Myr a member of the Brotherhood without banners. These guys were created when Beric Dondarrion was sent out to find and bring back the Mountain. The brotherhood were made outlaws when Joffrey took over and Eddard was beheaded.

Finally we see more of Robb Stark. It is clear that dissension is growing in his ranks and people are becoming unhappy with his choices. We also see Brienne and Jaimie having a little spar.

There is still a lot going on in Westeros and things are only going to get more interesting. Remember Game of Thrones airs on Sunday nights on HBO and Monday nights on Sky Atlantic.