4 comments on “Episode Review: Game of Thrones, Season 4 – Two Swords

  1. Nice recap. However, Elia Targarian was married to Rheagar Targarian the son of the mad king, Aerys II Targarian. Rheagar was to inherit the throne from his father. He died on the Trident when Robert Baratheon killed him with his hammer. Thanks.

  2. Rhaegar Targ wasn’t the mad king; he was his eldest child, Danerys’s eldest brother who was not at all mad and respected by pretty much everyone in the 7 kingdoms. Also Astapor, Yunkai and Mereen are not part of the 7 free cities.

    • Thanks, I was concentrating so hard on their particularly confusing family tree (damn incest) that I got them mixed up. And changed Free cities, to Essos.

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