Amping up for season 4 of Game of Thrones? This emoji recap might come in handy…
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Be warned, image might contain spoilers! Spoiler free version here. Since posting the original Game of Thrones Family Tree Infographic by Magda Maslowska, the story have of course progressed onwards in HBO’s Game of Thrones series. Magda recently posted an update to include all characters that has been introduced so far, up until the end of season 2. Note that this image can for some (if you’ve just started reading the books, or just started on season 1 of the tv-series) contain spoilers. Certain deaths and relationships have however been omitted, so the image is “mostly” spoiler free. Also find a print friendly version here.
Just found these pretty Game of Thrones family posters via Pinterest. Original author unfortunately unknown. If you know who created them, I’d appreciate a shoutout in the comments for proper attribution.
Enjoying Netflix‘s launch and free trial period, I stumbled across “Lie to Me” which I’d never really paid attention to before. Currently at the end of season 2, I’m thoroughly enjoying Tim Roth’s performance. While season 1 came along rather slowly, Mr Roth was about the only thing worth paying attention to, season 2 has stepped up the tempo a bit. Well worth seeing.
Talented Norwegian designer Emir Ayouni decided to have some fun with Game of Thrones related phrase “Valyrian steel”. Definitely one of the designers on Dribbble I wish I had project and budget to hire.
George R R Martin created the rich world of Westeros and populated it with inhabitants of high and low. It can be hard to keep track of the plot twists and turns, not to mention all of the characters and their different relations. This Game of Thrones family tree infographic should come in handy for old and new fans alike. Via fastcodesign.com
Edit: Season 2 update here.
Game of Thrones, April 17 on HBO (More Game of Thrones House Wallpapers here)