Lady Gwyn and Aziz from History of Westeros continue a series analyzing the Dance of the Dragons. In this episode we explore the opening moves of the conflict, efforts at diplomacy, and the events that led to full scale civil war. Mini sections on Aegon II, the dragons, and the real world history that influenced GRRM complete the episode.
Lady Gwyn and Aziz from History of Westeros host the first of a co-produced series analyzing the Dance of the Dragons. In this episode we explore the real world influences for the saga, as well as the root causes and conflicts that led to the Targaryen civil war.
It’s that time again and we’ll be reviewing Episode 1 of Game of Thrones with History of Westeros this week! Find it on their platforms (YouTube and iTunes) or go to our GoT coverage page for links to individual episodes. We’re looking forward to seeing what the next seven weeks has to bring and sharing our thoughts with you all. Valar Dohaeris!
It’s that time of year, and once again we’re teaming up with our friends at History of Westeros to review HBO’s Game of Thrones. You can find the weekly video cast links here or download the audio from iTunes.
Yolkboy and Lady Gwyn are joined by guest host BryndenBFish of Wars and Politics of Ice and Fire blog and podcast to present the Battle of Fire in Meereen in a live news, radio play format. With guest appearances by Aziz of History of Westeros, Steven Attewell of Race for the Iron Throne, and Valkyrist of Vassals of Kingsgrave. We explore the political and military situations both inside and outside of Meereen, with close looks at the history of Slaver’s Bay, the Unsullied and the sellsword companies, as well as what we know about the battle itself and our predictions for what happens next! Spoilers for all books and unpublished material from The Winds of Winter.
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We recently guested with History of Westeros podcast to review Season 5 of HBO’s GoT! Links to individual episodes on YouTube are here. Episodes can also be downloaded in audio only format via History of Westeros on itunes