It’s rather thrilling to see a visual representation of Valyria, in all its glory, at long last. This golden age of House Targaryen, replete with a glorious homeland and manifold dragons, has oft been cited as a potential era to explore in a spinoff series . The last anyone heard, HBO is developing four prequel shows in the hope that one of them – at least – can jump onto the schedules once Game of Thrones is finished. Perhaps one of those series will cover this curious section of Game of Thrones history. While fans wait to find out, this glimpse at the earlier days of the Targaryen timeline will have to suffice.
I'm against all space mission's, the common man doesn't benefit from them at all, what have you got out of the moon rock's...nothing some have seen them...so what ? It wasn't a life changing experience was it, all the money's that are spent for those mission's is a total waste of money and we have a space srapyard, if the money's of one single mission was spent on feeding the hungry, cleaning up the banks of rivers, planting trees where logging company's clean cut forest's etc etc...the world were living in would be a much better place. apparently they found water on mars who the hell cares....water means life do we actually want critters from there as small as they might be ? I sure as hell don't.
We should take care of our blue planet and the people on it and not by raging wars. the fact is we already hate what earth can produce in one year so now were eating on credit seem's to me that we should address that before anything else.
Think it's not illegal yet !
7 Shares Share On Facebook Tweet Share Email Share Share Pin It Share Comment The latest posters in Game of Thrones ‘ ‘Beautiful Death’ series showcase the bloody events of the past two season 7 episodes. Game of Thrones has always been a show just as defined by political intrigue and magic as it is by brutal and bloody deaths. This season, that’s been increasingly evident as the White Walkers march south and Dany and Cersei go to war with one another. In fact, the season opened with Arya slaughtering dozens of Freys before the show slowly killed off more supporting characters over the next few episodes. By the time Drogon descended on the Lannister forces, the body count for this season was immeasurable.