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Game of Thrones - Season 1-7 [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Summers span decades. Winters can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun. It will stretch from the south, where heat breeds plots, lusts and intrigues; to the vast and savage eastern lands; all the way to the frozen north, where an 800-foot wall of ice protects the kingdom from the dark forces that lie beyond. Kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars, lords and honest men...all will play the 'Game of Thrones.' A new original series based on George R.R. Martin's best-selling 'A Song of Ice and Fire' series.
The Battle continues in Westeros with feuding families and power hungry rulers. Five Kings vie for a single, all-powerful throne in the all-new season of Game of Thrones – an epic story of duplicity and treachery, nobility and honour, conquest and triumph. Season 2 plays out against the backdrop of a fast-approaching winter. In King’s Landing, the coveted Iron Throne is occupied by cruel young Joffrey, counseled by his conniving mother Cersei and uncle Tyrion. But the Lannister hold on the Throne is under assault on many fronts. There’s Robb Stark, son of the slain Lord of Winterfell, Ned Stark; Daenerys Targaryen, who looks to shore up her depleted power through three newborn dragons; Stannis Baratheon, eldest brother of the late King Robert; and Stannis’ brother Renly, who has maintained his own claim since fleeing King’s Landing. In the meantime, a new leader is rising among the wildlings North of the Wall, adding new perils for Jon Snow and the Night’s Watch. With tensions and treaties, animosity and alliances, Season 2 of Game of Thrones promises to be a thrilling journey through a riveting, unforgettable landscape.
In Season 3, family and loyalty will be the overarching themes, and many critical plot points from the first two seasons will come to a violent head, with several major characters meeting cruel fates. While a primary focus continues to be on King’s Landing, where the Lannisters barely held onto power after a savage naval onslaught from Stannis Baratheon (brother of the late king), stirrings in the North threaten to alter the overall balance of power in Westeros. Robb Stark, King of the North, will face a major calamity in his efforts to build on his victories over the Lannisters in Season 2, while further north, Mance Rayder (new character, played by Ciarán Hinds) and his huge army of wildlings continue their inexorable march south to scale the Wall. Across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys Targaryen – reunited with her three deadly, fast-maturing dragons – attempts to raise an army of slaves to sail with her from Essos, in hopes of eventually overthrowing the Iron Throne.
As Season 4 begins, the Lannisters' hold on the Iron Throne remains intact in the wake of the Red Wedding slaughter that wiped out many of their Stark nemeses. But can they survive their own egos as well as new and ongoing threats? Meanwhile, an unbowed Stannis Baratheon continues to rebuild his army; the Lannister-loathing ‘Red Viper of Dorne,’ Oberyn Martell, arrives at King's Landing for Joffrey's wedding to Margaery Tyrell; Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons and unsullied force aim to liberate the largest Slavery City in the east...with long-range plans to take back the Iron Throne; and a depleted Night's Watch faces the advance of Mance Rayder's wildling army, who are in turn running from the undead White Walkers.
After the shocking deaths of S4, the season begins with a power vacuum that protagonists across Westeros and Essos look to fill. At Castle Black, Jon Snow struggles to balance the demands of the Night’s Watch with those of newly-arrived Stannis Baratheon, who styles himself as the rightful king of Westeros. Meanwhile, Cersei scrabbles to hold on to power in Kings Landing amidst the Tyrells and the rise of a religious group led by the enigmatic High Sparrow, while Jaimie embarks on a secret mission. Across the Narrow Sea, Arya seeks an old friend while a fugitive Tyrion finds a new cause. And as danger mounts in Meereen, Daenerys Targaryen finds that her tenuous hold on the city requires some hard sacrifices.
Following the shocking developments at the conclusion of season five, including Jon Snow’s bloody fate at the hands of Castle Black mutineers, Daenerys’ near-demise at the fighting pits of Meereen, and Cersei’s public humiliation in the streets of King’s Landing, survivors from all parts of Westeros and Essos regroup to press forward, inexorably, towards their uncertain individual fates. Familiar faces will forge new alliances to bolster their strategic chances at survival, while new characters will emerge to challenge the balance of power in the east, west, north and south.
As the season begins, Daenerys Targaryen, accompanied by her Unsullied army and emboldened by Dothraki/Ironborn allies and her lethal trio of dragons, has finally set sail for Westeros with Tyrion Lannister, her newly appointed Hand. Jon Snow, memorably reanimated in S6, has apparently consolidated power in the North after his spectacular conquest of Ramsay Bolton in the “Battle of the Bastards” and the return of Winterfell to Stark control. In King’s Landing, Cersei Lannister, bereft of any surviving heirs, has successfully seized the Iron Throne by using wildfire to incinerate the High Sparrow and other foes in the Sept of Baelor. But as these and other factions drive inexorably towards new alliances or (more likely) violent conflicts, the cold specter of another, apocalyptic threat – in the form of an army of undead White Walkers expected to breach The Wall and invade the South – threatens to undermine the status quo and obliterate the outcome of these smaller, alltoo-human rivalries.
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The Targaryen family hails from the city of Valyria on the eastern continent of Essos. House Targaryen is one of the Great Houses of Westeros, ruling the Seven Kingdoms for three centuries before being overthrown by House Baratheon killing most of the family in the process. Their house words are 'Fire and Blood', a fitting motto for a family with fire-breathing dragons.
House Stark of Winterfell is one of the Great Houses of Westeros, ruling over the vast region, The North. Winterfell, an ancient castle known for its strength, is under their rule. Their family line is one of the oldest of Westerosi nobility, stretching back over 8,000 years. As they are the most influential and notable power in the North, they’ve earned the devotion and respect from the Houses surrounding them. Unlike other House mottos that usually boast or threaten, the Stark’s has one that will always be relevant: ‘winter is coming’.
House Lannister of Casterly Rock is one of the most powerful families and oldest dynasties. As their seat is Casterly Rock, they have access to the most productive gold mine in the Westerlands, making them the wealthiest family in the realm. Their official family motto is 'Hear me Roar!' but what they’re well-known for saying is: 'A Lannister always pays his debts' and usually mean it in a more literal sense.
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Amazon says says there is no way to complain about this as it is a direct buy. Beware direct amazon purchases!
Update: I have dropped one star because so far (up to the end of season 3) I have encountered 3 discs with flaws - 2 video, 1 audio - 2 of them are minor but the other one is a little more significant.
I had never read the books, and knew zilch about the series. What makes this boxset so useful, is the hugely extensive bonus features, which are longer in running time than the episodes on the disc. They have a breakdown of all the key components of this vast world, designed specifically for people like me, who want to learn as well as enjoy the story.
The layout of the bonus features is smart, chronological and well described. My guess is many fans of this show, who never read the books, would learn a lot more about the backdrop to things as you go along watching episodes.
The blu ray picture quality is stunning, and my player upscales to 4k wonderfully. I did consider the 4k route, but prices are ..well..a bit too steep to justify at the moment (plus I only saw Seasons 1 - 4 available as a 4k boxset, for not much less than I paid for all 7 on blu-ray)..albeit the upscaling is pretty close to the mark in any case on my 65" Panasonic OLED.
Delivery as ever was next day with Amazon Prime, and the contents securely packaged. It's a plush looking boxset as well, with useful mini-booklets in each season case which helps along with the disc bonus features to tell you who people are - something that's useful with a cast of this size.
I had heard GOTs was pretty graphic, but I guess it never properly registered. Wow - after just 2 episodes..? There was murder, rape, incest, talk of child prostitutes, sleeping with animals..and on and on. I'm thick skinned, so not bothered - but certainly it was a surprise I admit. However, If that was all there was to it, then I'd be severely disappointed. The acting was absolutely stellar, and albeit a bit slow in the first episode, and part of the second episode - I can now see how everything is slowly being lined up for episodes to come. So..If I've already enjoyed the first 2 episodes, I reckon I'm in for a treat in the coming weeks !!
I'm now studiously avoiding all possible spoilers of things to come - and everyone is under 'strict orders' (joking..kinda !!), though I did get a cheeky retort of "The ending...The butler did it !!" Wise guy !! Hopefully I'll be all up to date in time for the final series, which in time no doubt will be added to the collection.
Impulsive risk buy for a series I knew nothing of...but already totally worth it. Very happy punter indeed.
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