AS OF MAY 2016

The Winds of Winter – Aeron Greyjoy I


It was always midnight in the belly of the beast.
The mutes had robbed him of his of robe and shoes and breechclout. He wore hair and chains and scabs. Saltwater sloshed about his legs whenever the tide came in, rising as high as his genitals only to ebb again when the tide receded. His feet had grown huge and soft and puffy, shapeless things as big as hams. He knew that he was in some dungeon, but not where, or for how long.

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TWOW – Arianne II

Posted: May 12, 2016 in ANGERNEWS


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All along the south coast of Cape Wrath rose crumbling stone watchtowers, raised in ancient days to give warning of Dornish raiders stealing in across the sea. Villages had grown up about the towers. A few had flowered into towns.

The Peregrine made port at the Weeping Town, where the corpse of the Young Dragon had once lingered for three days on its journey home from Dorne. The banners flapping from the town’s stout wooden walls still displayed King Tommen’s stag-and-lion, suggesting that here at least the writ of the Iron Throne might still hold sway. “Guard your tongues,” Arianne warned her company as they disembarked. “It would be best if King’s Landing never knew we’d passed this way.” Should Lord Connington’s rebellion be put down, it would go ill for them if it was known that Dorne had sent her to treat with him and his pretender. That was another lesson that her father had taken pains to teach her; choose your side with care, and only if they have the chance to win.

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Tower of Joy Filming Update!!!

Posted: January 27, 2016 in Uncategorized
The ‘Tower of Joy — A Game of Thrones Fan Film’ team just posted:

2 new Announcements:

(part 1)

I know it’s been some time since our last update—between the holidays and our relentless preparations for the weekend of our exteriors shoot, all we could have said was “stay tuned, we’re doing tons of boring work!”

Well, all that boring work paid off. Our on-location exteriors shoot (aka the Northmen/Kingsguard confrontation beneath the ramparts of the Tower of Joy) took place this past weekend, January 23rd and 24th. It was, without a doubt, a RESOUNDING SUCCESS!

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HERE WE GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Shooting and new players from Northern Ireland

Smalljon-281x400_opt We do not have such a hectic, but filming Game of Thrones continues, focused only on Northern Ireland. From there we bring you a variety of information, including a new cast member.

Finally we know the actor who plays the Little Jon Umber. This is Dean S. Jagger .

Daniel S. Jagger is not well known British actor, to be fair. But we trust the team’s talent casting Emmy winner for that task Nina Gold, whose work so far has been remarkable. You can follow the good Dean in his Twitter account deanjagger , although it is not too active in the social network.

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A character’s head round all fans of Game of Thrones since the end of the fifth season. Jon Snow His tragic end in the last chapter left everyone shocked. And this time, no spoilers readers could not ask readers, as the last chapter of Jon in books also ended with the bastard being stabbed (Dance with Dragons, has time).

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Winter is coming and HBO knows. It’s time to start promoting Season 6.

As we have seen, this season will be a very present main storyline: The North. We have seen posters and statements of Rux Dardiror , twitter-known illustrator, hired by the HBO after the disastrous level 1 fanmade poster photoshop Tyrion last year.

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Posted: November 18, 2015 in TALES OF ANGER


Winter had come to Westeros. Dawn had a disconcerting chill in the air, and even though the snows had come for three days, the snow did not stick to the road yet. Still, she knew the omen and the bad tidings it brought.  For Sybell every chance breath seemed ominous. She knew the wroth of the Tywin would soon be upon her House following the death of King Robb in at the Twins. She had to do everything as possible to help her children, though her eldest daughter Jeyne had not seemed grateful.  Sybell’s own lady mother had taught her to be cautious against evil omens, and how to act against them.

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