George RR Martin Speaks About GoT prequel
George RR Martin spoke about the upcoming show, which happens around 5,000 years before the events portrayed in HBO's currently finished up super hit dream dramatization
Game of Thrones' author and producer George RR Martin as of late while addressing a foreign media outlet spoke about the upcoming show, which happens around 5,000 years before the events portrayed in HBO's currently finished up super hit dream dramatization. Westeros was altogether different in those days. Everything that occurs in the prequel will pave the way to the epic showdown with the White Walkers, known as The Long Night, appeared in episode three of season eight. This surely does sounds energizing. Here are different certainties about the new show, and even a conceivable new title.
Westeros is isolated into over a 100 smaller kingdoms in the prequel. “We talk about the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros – at least, there were Seven Kingdoms at the time of Aegon’s Conquest,” Martin said. “But if you go back further, then there are nine kingdoms, and 12 kingdoms, and eventually, you get back to where there are a 100 kingdoms — petty kingdoms — and that’s the era we’re talking about here.” So essentially, Westeros could be considerably increasingly perilous, clamorous and untamed here than it was in Game of Thrones.
The new show will have Starks and dire wolves too. The fans most loved watchmen of the North slid from the First Men so this was genuinely self-evident, we assume. "The Starks will be there," Martin said. There is conjecture that the prequel is pre-Targaryen. In any case, that doesn't mean there won't be different animals. "Clearly, the White Walkers are here. There are things like desperate wolves and mammoths too," included the author. The prequel originates before the ascent of the Lannister family yet there will be another family as of now dwelling in King's Landing. "The Lannisters aren't there yet, yet Castlery Rock is surely there; it resembles the Rock of Gibraltar," Martin uncovered. "It's really involved by the Casterlys — for whom it's still named after in the season of Game of Thrones."