I’ve Finished Season 2 of GoT, Here Are My Thoughts

This show just keeps getting better and better, finally the action shows it’s face and I’m getting excited! After making it through the first season and then experiencing the second season, I can now tell why people became such fans of this series on HBO. Targaryen’s, Dragons, open rebellion, and White-walkers, oh my!

The key features I took away from this Season

Even though some choices were the wrong choices, I still see the passion and how honorable this house is. I HATE the Lannister’s, the power hungry, money mongering miscreants.

I especially hate Joffrey Baratheon (really Lannister, because of Jaime and Cersei, brother and sister, having an incest relationship during and after the late king Baratheon’s death). They are the worst, and Joffrey is nothing but a coward who beats women and has a sadistic appetite.

The Targaryen’s I’ve come to respect. After Daenerys’ brother was killed, the rightful queen became someone I admired, as she has a kind heart. We know the mad king was, well, mad…and we know her brother was a piece of work as well…but Daenerys’, she’s quite different.

Being the mother of dragons and keeping what remained of her khalasar after her husband Khal Drogo passed due to an infection from a knife blade breaking his skin, we learn that she is compassionate about her people.

This makes me believe that she would be a good queen. Now what I hope to see, (and I know some of you know if this happens or not, don’t tell me…I’m still watching it long after you all have more than likely finished it…) that the Stark’s help out Daenerys Targaryen in taking the capital, Kings Landing, in exchange for being free and King of the Northlands.

In Conclusion

I know there is a lot more to this storY, and I have another 6 seasons to go before being caught up to where the show is on this day (May 10, 2019) but the story is very enriching. I look forward to seeing what season three brings forth.

And if you all are wondering what house I would stand with, it would be House Stark, mainly because the characteristics displayed by the Stark’s are what my own characteristics are, honorable, caring, and family is number one.

I would definitely assist House Targaryen though, as long as they would leave my house alone and give me the freedom I would be seeking under House Stark. Also, I believe Tyrion Lannister is a good man, I don’t think he deserves what the rest of the Lannister’s deserve.

And, besides, Tyrion was and amazing Hand of the King for the short time he was, he exiled the man responsible for backstabbing Lord Stark, and I’m glad about that.

Well I’ll let you know my thoughts on season three once I finish it, thank you for reading this far! I appreciate it!


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  • My Thoughts on Game of Thrones Season One So Far…

    My thoughts so far of Game of Thrones so far…I’m actually starting to like it. It took a bit but I was finally able to get passed the first season, right as things began to pick up for the series. I’m glad I finally made it through that because it was literally the only thing that was hindering me from continuing, the slow build up…

    Here’s the Schmidt Rant of the Week!

    I know, a lot of you have already gotten to the last season and the third episode of it, I’m way behind, but I don’t mind at all, because I’m enjoying what I can now, where I don’t have to stop, and by the time I get up where everyone else is, I’ll be able to watch it all the way through! So my thoughts so far after completing season one, well lets start with the middle to end of the season, (spoiler alert for those who haven’t watched Game of Thrones, you’ve been warned…) Lord Stark being beheaded, I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT…I thought that maybe he would escape and go forth to destroy the queen and her brother for screwing each other and making a son, that wasn’t the rightful heir. Well, that didn’t happen…

    It’s coming together fairly well though, I didn’t think I’d ever watch it. If I hadn’t I would’ve definitely missed out on something so very well put together. What I’m really looking forward to now is Jaufre being “removed” from the Iron Throne. He doesn’t deserve it and he is a legitimate heir of the King’s. He’s the offspring of a brother and sister in an incest relationship together. Very, very gross…well I’ve got quite a ways to go, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store further along in this series of shows. I can’t wait to be surprised! And no spoilers please! I’ve only watched season one! Hahaha!


    If you like what you read please leave a favorite and let me know, what are your thoughts of GoT? Are you going to miss it when its final season ends?