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Reinstated as the Hand, Ned sits for the King while Robert is on a hunt, and issues a decree that could have long-term consequences throughout the Seven Kingdoms. At the Eyrie, Tyrion confesses to his “crimes,” and demands that Lysa give him a trial by combat. Joffrey apologizes to Sansa; Viserys receives his final payment for Daenerys from Drogo.

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I followed a hype on a new tv-series I didn’t know anyting about and landed on the first Games of Thrones episode. Since then, since the series’s intro, I fell in love with it. I noticed that the intro slightly chances every episode, that’s just really awesome!
This new original series are based on George R.R. Martin’s best-selling ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series, starting with the first book of which this series’name is derived from.
Haven’t not read the books,  the series is easy to understand and I understand the houses and it’s relationships as well it’s history and the subtle layering of the characters as the series keeps unraveling it to me. For me now, I want to read the book, but dare not to as I don’t want to spoiled about what happens in the series.
These are tales, surly to astonish

Watch pervious clips of Game of Thrones  just to to be up-to-speed:
Episode 5:  “The Wolf And The Lion”
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Incensed over news of Daenerys’ alliance with the Dothrakis, Robert orders a preemptive strike on the Targaryens that drives a wedge in his relationship with Ned. A captive Tyrion helps Catelyn, but receives a cold reception at the Eyrie from her sister, John Arryn’s widow Lysa. Sansa is charmed by the dashing Ser Loras Tyrell, aka the Knight of Flowers. Arya overhears a plot against her father.

Episode 4: “Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things”
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Ned looks to a book for clues to the death of his predecessor, and uncovers one of King Robert’s bastards.
Robert and his guests witness a tournament honoring Ned. Jon takes measures to protect Samwell from further abuse at Castle Black;
A frustrated Viserys clashes with Daenerys in Vaes Dothrak;
Sansa imagines her future as a queen, while Arya envisions a far different future.
Catelyn rallies her husband’s allies to make a point, while Tyrion finds himself caught in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Episode 3: “Lord Snow”
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Arriving at King’s Landing after his long journey, Ned is shocked to learn of the Crown’s profligacy from his new advisors. At Castle Black, Jon Snow impresses Tyrion at the expense of greener recruits. Suspicious that the Lannisters had a hand in Bran’s fall, Catelyn covertly follows her husband to King’s Landing, where she is intercepted by Petyr Baelish, aka “Littlefinger,” a shrewd longtime ally and brothel owner. Cersei and Jaime ponder the implications of Bran’s recovery; Arya studies swordsmanship. On the road to Vaes Dothrak, Daenerys finds herself at odds with Viserys.

Episode 2: “The Kingsroad”
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Bran’s fate remains in doubt. Having agreed to become the King’s Hand, Ned leaves Winterfell with daughters Sansa and Arya, while Catelyn stays behind to tend to Bran. Jon Snow heads north to join the brotherhood of the Night’s Watch. Tyrion decides to forego the trip south with his family, instead joining Jon in the entourage heading to the Wall. Viserys bides his time in hopes of winning back the throne, while Daenerys focuses her attention on learning how to please her new husband, Drogo.

Episode 1 “Winter is Coming”:
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Summers span decades, winters can last a lifetime, and the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun. It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plots, lusts and intrigues; to the vast and savage eastern lands; all the way to the frozen north, where an 800-foot wall of ice protects the kingdom from the dark forces that lie beyond. Kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars, lords and honest men… all will play the ‘Game of Thrones.’

The series intro of the first episode:
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