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The Riverlords kneel to Aegon the Conqueror just outside of still-smoldering Harrenhal, and he bestows new titles and castles while dividing the kingdom of Isles of Rivers. As the Riverlands is reborn again, we take a look back 400 years to the last ... more
This episode covers the fall of Harren the Black, the burning of Harrenhal, and what it must have been like for soldiers on the walls and towers that night... and for Aegon himself. Join us as we re-read, and live a thousand lives... more
It’s been 5 years… you know what that means! With fresh ideas on Aegon’s dreams and more, we take a second look at perhaps the best fantasy history book ever written - Fire & Blood. Join us as we re-read, and live a thousand lives. This episode cover... more
Overall great content and Aziz is great host. Some agenda topics of Ashaya and guest keep total rating down. Would be nice to just enjoy commentary of the content without trying to inject social issues/politics. Asha’s stoner/valley girl voice is super annoying and it is tiring listening to her trying to spin every topic into a pro-female character dialogue.
Used to love this show before Sean was a regular participant. I don’t want to be unnecessarily rude, but I find his presence on the show very grating. His commentary is always so asinine, surface-level, and not thought provoking in the least. Certainly nowhere near the level of insight Aziz and Ashaya give in their commentary.
Does anyone know which episode focuses on the Unsullied? Really interested to hear details of their training and legendary battles
Don’t let Fatty Mike hear you call it a SKA band…… more
The first episode of the House of the Dragon where Aemma Arryn has a C-section is actually the exact situation that happened to Queen Alyssa, the mother of Jaehaerys I, Alysanne and Rhaena Targaryen in the Fire & Blood book. Aemma did die from childbirth and did have a son who survived her a day in the book. Why would HBO, who have a tendency of being as accurate as they possibly can when they producing shows green light this inaccuracy?
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History of Westeros launched 8 years ago and published 334 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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