Arya reminds the Freys what happens to the North's enemies when winter comes; Cersei makes an ally; Bran and Meera make it back to the Wall; Dany comes home.
Ever wished you had some rules to dictate how much you drank while watching Game of Thrones? I grant you that wish! We'll be updating these rules regularly, so keep an eye out for future installments.
Recapping the results of our Drinking Game over the course of Season 6 of Game of Thrones and preparing for Season 7.
Truck, Madds, Weems, and Yax all voted on 34 questions long before the first trailer for Season 7 ever dropped. The winner gets lots of whiskey. Simple, right?
Concluding our history trilogy with Robert's Rebellion and the events in Westeros leading up to Season 1.
Revisiting the history of Westeros after the Doom of Valyria, beginning with Aegon's Conquest and ending with the fateful Tourney at Harrenhal
Let's roll our eyes back in our head, plug into the nearest weirwood tree, and jump back in time to learn more about what happened before the events of Game of Thrones.
Cersei clears her enemies from the board; Arya returns to Westeros; Lord Frey eats something disagreeable; Littlefinger reveals his hand; the North chooses a new King; Dany finds allies in Westeros; the identity of Ned's "bastard" is confirmed.
Jon Snow meets Ramsay Bolton outside of Winterfell; Dany and Tyrion turn the tables on the Slavers; Sansa exacts vengeance.
Arya (de)faces her nemesis; The Hound tracks his prey; Tyrion's peace falls apart; Cersei chooses violence; Jaime ousts the Blackfish.
The Hound resurfaces; Cersei and the Starks search for allies in their regions; Jaime tries to negotiate an end to the siege; Arya lowers her guard.
Benjen Stark reappears in the nick of time; Sam gets some Valyrian Steel; Jaime is ordered away from King's Landing; Dany is reunited with Drogon.
Littlefinger receives a wintry welcome; the Iron Islands hold a Kingsmoot to declare a new King; we learn more about White Walkers; Bran and Meera escape at the expense of Hodor.
Littlefinger makes his Season 6 debut; Tyrion negotiates a peace; Cersei enters an alliance of necessity; Jon is reunited with Sansa; Dany plays with fire.
Bran sees Ned Stark fight Arthur Dayne at the Tower of Joy; Tyrion and Varys identify their enemy; Qyburn buys some Little Birds; Arya gets a montage; Ramsay gets a new Stark.
Jon Snow lives again; Tyrion visits Dany's dragons; Ramsay eliminates his competition; a new claimant to the Salt Throne arrives in Pyke.
Davos rallies the Snowyalists; Brienne finds Sansa; Cersei learns of Myrcella's fate; Doran and his bodyguard get caught napping; Dany learns where she'll be taken.
Ramsay Bolton routs Stannis's army; Arya takes a life for personal reasons; the Sand Snakes strike again; Dany finds the fire following her frying pan; Cersei walks for atonement; the Night's Watch mutinies.
Ramsay's ill-advised idea succeeds (naturally); Jon returns to the Wall with the surviving Wildlings; Doran and Jaime reach an agreement; Arya shirks her duty; Drogon comes to Dany's rescue.
Tyrion offers his services to Dany; Cersei resists her imprisonment; Sansa learns about her brothers; Jon presents his case to the Wildlings before he is interrupted by the Night's King.
Jon and Tormund depart for Hardhome; Reek stays Reek; Jorah finds Dany again; Cersei visits Margaery; the Sand Snakes use their venom.
Arya continues her training; the Queen of Thorns returns; Sansa gets married.
Dany visits her dragons; Stannis leaves the Wall; Ramsay discovers he has competition; Jorah and Tyrion float near Valyria.