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[BHOLE]  WATCH BAGGAGE CLAIM ONLINE [PUTLOCKER 2013 FREE] Considering its lack  of readily identifiable stars like Sean Bean and Jason Momoa (but  really  Sean Bean), Game of Thrones had its work cut out for it in  season 2.

 

Yet  somehow, with the added challenge of lacking a  central character whose  ideals and experiences audiences could cling to  throughout the season  (like those of Bean’s Eddard Stark), Game of  Thrones has arguably  managed to pull of the kind of feat most programs  wouldn’t dare; that  is, the series has exponentially expanded its world  – geographically and  otherwise – added to its cast of characters, and  then spread them apart  so that few, if any, actually have chance to  interact.

 

[BHOLE]  WATCH BAGGAGE CLAIM ONLINE [PUTLOCKER 2013  FREE] Here, the sheer size of  Westeros and the number of characters  contained therein could have  proved a logistical nightmare for David  Benioff and D.B. Weiss – taking  into account they had but 10 (or so)  hours to tell multiple intertwining  (and sometimes disparate) stories  and make them work as a cohesive  whole. In doing this, the writers  crafted a solid second season that  united its characters and their  various story lines through the  omnipresent threat of conflict.

 

Often  times, the trouble with  world building on this scale is the struggle  to make such [BHOLE] WATCH  BAGGAGE CLAIM ONLINE [PUTLOCKER 2013 FREE]  varied characters relate to  one another, but in Game of Thrones the  shared experience that has  gripped nearly every kingdom acts like a  bridge between stories. There  are other elements at play; such as, the  general knowledge that Lord  Varys (Conleth Hill) knows what everyone,  everywhere, is up to at any  given time – or that Petyr “Littlefinger”  Baelish (Aidan Gillen) can be  counted on as long as the end helps  satiate his lust for wealth and  power. The difference is these are  attributes given to well-established  characters that have a history  long before the War of the Five Kings. To  ensure Arya Stark (Maisie  Williams) has as much reason to take up  precious screen time as Jon  Snow (Kit Harington) or Tywin Lannister  (Charles Dance), there must be a  shared knowledge of current events to  keep them all relevant. And if  what Melisandre (Carice van Houten) says  to Stannis [BHOLE] WATCH  BAGGAGE CLAIM ONLINE [PUTLOCKER 2013 FREE]  (Stephen Dillane) is true,  then the event that unifies the characters  will be raging for years to  come.

 

Here, the progression of the  individual plays against the  backdrop of something larger, and in having  these smaller chunks of  story be impacted by such a universal event –  rather than directly  influence it – the pressure to end in resolution is  largely lifted.  Where some programs attempting to utilize such styles  of storytelling  come off being clumsy or unsubtle, this series sees the  tactic executed  incredibly well.

 

And so, after the narrow focus  on conflict  that was ‘Blackwater,’ Game of Thrones is set to bring its  second  season to a close by spreading itself across Westeros once more  in  ‘Valar Morghulis.’

 

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The  episode largely serves as an appropriate epilogue for the ‘Battle of  Blackwater’ while gathering steam for season 3. ‘Valar Morghulis’ has a  lot of ground to cover, and thankfully it begins with the fallen  Tyrion  Lannister (Peter Dinklage), who was last seen losing  consciousness as  his father and the Tyrells pushed back Stannis’  invading forces. Tyrion,  thanks to his squire Podrick Payne (Daniel  Portman), is only slightly  worse for wear – bearing a rather striking  slash across his face, that  he deems a worthy addition to his  diminutive size. Tyrion’s wounds are  more than superficial, though, as  he learns, immediately upon waking to  none other than Grand Maester  Pycelle (Julian Glover), that the position  of the King’s Hand is no  longer his; it has officially been bestowed  upon Tywin.

 

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