Hello Night’s Watchmen and welcome back to another (albeit late) episode of the Cast in the Darkness Podcast!
Kristina and I gather around our Television for Episode 2 of the latest Game of Thrones Season: The Lion and The Rose… Listen to what we think about this murder most vile, and what we think about spoilers in general in CitD Episode 13: Just Desserts!
Welcome back Night’s Watchmen! I’m here with news of Episode 8 of the Cast ion the Darkness podcast!
We’re revving up for AGoT LCG Tournament season, so Clay and I look at the restricted list to see if there are any changes we would like to see made, and we discuss some of the spoilers that have been revealed for the next chapter pack – Spoils of War!
Warning: Contains spoilers for Book 5 of Song of Ice and Fire. You can listen to Episode 8 of The Cast in the Darkness HERE!
From the Atlantic wire:
The review of the novella gives a gleeful look at the piece of meat that Martin is giving us while we all wait hungrily for Winds of Winter. Most importantly is the following paragraph:
“Since dragons will only accept and bond with riders of Targaryen blood, the story chronicles the search for bastard-born “dragonseeds” to join the fray (with mixed results)—a subplot which clearly holds some potential relevance for Daenerys and her trio of dragons as events continue to unfold in the novels…”
The above quote is attributed to Bridget McGovern of tor publishing.
Without spoilers I can only recommend picking up dangerous women within which this great short story is held.
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Lets just say I know where I’m going tonight after work!
From fan site winteriscoming.net: It would appear as though season four of Game of Thrones is returning to the Vale!
From the post:
The Icelandic website Vísir reports they are shooting at Þingvellir today, one of the three known locations of this years two-week sojourn of the GoT team in Iceland. Nothing new in the article itself, but the beauty of it is that it comes with photos of the team and extras in armour.
Vísir has posted a video interview with Thrones producer Chris Newman from the set of today’s shoot, where he more or less confirms that this particular scene is set in the Vale. Interestingly, he notes that this scene is a part of Arya’s storyline and says that both Rory McCann (The Hound) and Maisie Williams were on set. I also like the bit at the end where he says they are using Icelandic horses but filming them from far away to pass them off as full-sized horses!
A possible spoiler warning is in the video postedof a costumed Gwendoline Christie and Daniel Portman standing by the side of the road.
You can cheeck out these awesome photos and this video providing hints about what we can expect next march at winteriscoming.net