We put our love calculator to the test; Find out more on GLAMOUR (UK). Daenerys and Khal Drogo who bettered one another (he at being a nicer a blink-and-you'd-miss-it flirtation between Daenerys Targaryen and Yara. The first time she refers to herself as Daenerys Stormborn, etc., etc. is on her She's terrified, but then Drogo gives her Silver and we see a glimpse .. before getting strength to influence and find solace in the kahl to survive. 7Mirri Maz Duur killed Khal Drogo with blood magic to avenge her people. that Varys had chosen to support Daenerys Targaryen's claim to the throne, . Tyrion for their whole relationship at the request of his father, Tywin.
Not to mention that the White Walkers are fast approaching the Wall and threatening all of mankind's' existence. The stakes may be raised, the budget of the show may be higher, but unfortunately, once season seven wraps up, audiences will have another grueling wait to see how this hit HBO series manages to wrap everything up.
But that will also give everyone plenty of time to binge-watch the entire series from start to finish once again. In fact, with so much going on it can be hard to remember what happened even a few seasons ago. Do you know if these events actually took place on Game of Thrones?
True False Bronn has certainly come a long way since we first met him. Though the ragged warrior may still be nothing more than a sellsword, he's aligned himself with the richest family in Westeros ever since he decided to fight as Tyrion's champion in a trial by combat at the Vale.
Since then, he took place in the defense of King's Landing against Stannis Baratheon's fleet, earning him the nickname Ser Bronn of the Blackwater. Though he now serves under Jaime instead of Tyrion, it's fair to say that Bronn just goes wherever the gold is. Though Jon Arryn is never actually shown alive on screen, he is taken about numerous times throughout the first season, particularly how he spent his last days and the conditions surrounding his death.
The new King's Hand, Ned Stark believes that Jon was likely murdered rather than taken by sickness, but unfortunately, Ned also meets an early demise before he can discover the truth behind Jon's death. Question 3 Davos Seaworth is nicknamed the Onion Knight for how bad his feet smell.
Though Davos may not be a learned man, he's as common sensical as they come, and he has risen to the ranks of Stannis Baratheon Hand and is now serving under Jon Snow, the King of the North. Davos is sometimes mockingly referred to as the Onion Knight, but do you remember how he acquired such an unusual nickname?
True False Since the first scene of episode one, the White Walkers have remained a mysterious presence looming in the background of the entire series. But now with Jon and a handful of other brave warriors headed back beyond the Wall, the White Walker and their leader the Night King have become the main antagonist of the series.
Outside of Valyrian Steel and dragonglass, the mysterious beings seem nearly indestructible. Not to mention that they've literally been alive for thousands upon thousands of year, biding their time beyond the Wall and waiting for the most opportune time to strike. Question 5 Oberyn Martell fought The Mountain to avenge the death of his first wife. True False First Tyrion got lucky when Bronn volunteered to fight in his stead, then Oberyn Martell strolled into the scene and also offered to serve as Tyrion's champion during another trial by combat.
But instead of money, the already rich Dornishman was interested in revenge again The Mountain, along with Tywin Lannister, who Oberyn believed have the Mountain permission to carry out a number of horrible atrocities. Unfortunately, Tyrion wouldn't be so lucky a second time, and Oberyn's lust for revenge would end up costing him his head -- and his life. True False Tywin Lannister was such an excellent military strategist and master manipulator that it's a wonder he never tried to secure the Iron Throne himself.
No doubt that he would have been able to hold it than most of the kings we've seen pop up on the show since the beginning of the series. Tywin was also an expert at securing alliances with other Great Houses, often at his childrens' expense, as he married Tyrion to House Stark and his grandson to House Tyrell.
After all, the Khal's wife did spare Mirri and a number of her people from being brutalized by the Dothraki. However, it is later revealed that the sorceress is playing Dany for a fool and that she is still bitter over the massacre of her people.
While it may be easy to call Mirri a traitor, we can't forget that the Dothraki are famous for pillaging town and raping the women without a moment's hesitation. True False For his entire life, Jon Snow has always thought of himself as the bastard child of Lord Eddard Stark and some unspoken woman that he was with while off fighting during Robert's Rebellion.
But as we've recently learned, Jon was actually born to Ned's sister, Lyanna Stark, after she was stolen away by Prince Rhaegar.The Fate of Khal Drogo - Game of Thrones
However, it seems that only a few people actually known the truth behind Jon's birth, and it's still up in the air over whether he'll discover who he really is before the series ends. Question 9 Arya Stark tried to feed Walder Frey his own wife that she baked into a pie.
True False Arya's training at the House of Black and White has paid off massively, as in a recent episode she was able to hold her own while sparring with Brienne of Tarth, one of the most renowned sword fighters in the Seven Kingdoms.
Arya also still has a few names left on her death list, and we don't doubt that she could assassinate every single one of them if she put her mind to it. Though for the time being, she seems satisfied with the revenge she was able to enact on the Freys.
Question 10 The Hound is afraid of fire because his brother burned his face when they were children.
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True False While most of the evil character on Game of Thrones go from bad to worse, the Hound is one of the few unsavory characters that have actually become more likable over time.
Despite things never seeming to go his way after he departed Joffrey's side and King's Landing, the Hound has seemed to find his calling alongside the Brotherhood without Banners. True False Jaime Lannister has always been smug, but losing his hand has definitely been one of the best things that could have happened to this member of the Kingsgaurd.
Since the injury, Jaime has been forced to examine his worth beyond being one of the best sword fighters in the Seven Kingdoms.
He knows that his legacy will probably not be made on the battlefield, and instead, Jaime has tried to right his past wrong and try to unearth what little honor he has left inside himself. Question 12 It was revealed that Lord Varys has been pretending to be a eunuch this entire time so people are more likely to trust him.
True False Much like Littlefinger, it was unclear who Lord Varys truly served at the start of the series. But after King's Robert death and the rule of Joffrey began to spin the Seven Kingdoms into chaos, it was revealed that Varys had chosen to support Daenerys Targaryen's claim to the throne, believing the Mother of Dragons to be the greatest hope of restoring peace.
Although Varys is no longer the Master of Whispers serving on the Small Council, he certainly has no shortage of secrets still tucked up his sleeves. True False Despite his young age and lack of inexperience on the battlefield, Robb Stark somehow managed to win every battle that he found himself squaring off against the Lannisters.
Unfortunately, the Young Wolf shot himself in the foot when he decided to break his word to the Freys and marry a woman of his own choosing instead of one of Walder's daughters as a marriage alliance. This would inevitably lead to Robb's downfall when he ventured to the Twins to apologize and lost far more than an ally.
True False Once a brother of the Night's Watch, Mance Rayder defected to the other side of the Wall due to his love for women and wildling music. However, when the cold winds of winter began to stir, Mance was tasked with uniting the various tribes of Free Folk to wage the greatest attack on the Night's Watch ever orchestrated in an attempt to get away from the White Walkers. But in an unexpected turn of events, another party swept in from the ocean and caught Mance totally unaware and ended up capturing the King-beyond-the-Wall.
True False With the White Walkers currently on the doorstep of the Seven Kingdoms, it's hard to imagine that there was a time when King Joffrey was the biggest threat to Westeros.
But even if he was just a boy, Joffrey was relentlessly ruthless, and it was only a matter of time before someone was going to kick him off the Iron Throne. In an unexpected turn of events, Joffrey is poisoned during his own wedding feast. Though Tyrion is immediately blamed by Cersei, there were far more people in involved than she expected.
Question 16 Dany smothered her first husband to death. Log Files Like most standard Web site servers, we use log files.
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