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"'''The North Remembers'''" is the supposed name of the first episode of the second season of the [[w:HBO|HBO]] [[w:medieval fantasy|medieval fantasy]] television series ''[[Game of Thrones]]''.  
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"'''The North Remembers'''" is the name of the first episode of the second season of the [[w:HBO|HBO]] [[w:medieval fantasy|medieval fantasy]] television series ''[[Game of Thrones]]''.  
  
  
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
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Deterermined to avenge his father's death, the newly proclaimed king [[Robb Stark]] continues their war against the Lannisters and the boy king [[Joffrey Baratheon]]. But there are more claimants to the Iron Throne, including [[Stannis Baratheon]], who will be supported by a priestess of a strange god. Meanwhile, [[Jon Snow]] and The [[Night's Watch]] continue their trek beyond the [[Wall]], and [[Daenerys]] and the remains of her [[khalasar]] will be forced to cross the [[Red Waste]].<ref>[[w:Game of Thrones (season 2)|Wikipedia Game of Thrones (season 2)]]</ref>
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==Notes and References==
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Revision as of 18:03, 17 March 2012

The North Remembers
Game of Thrones
Episode # Season 2, Episode 1
Airdate April 1, 2012
Director Alan Taylor
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"The North Remembers" is the name of the first episode of the second season of the HBO medieval fantasy television series Game of Thrones.


Plot

Deterermined to avenge his father's death, the newly proclaimed king Robb Stark continues their war against the Lannisters and the boy king Joffrey Baratheon. But there are more claimants to the Iron Throne, including Stannis Baratheon, who will be supported by a priestess of a strange god. Meanwhile, Jon Snow and The Night's Watch continue their trek beyond the Wall, and Daenerys and the remains of her khalasar will be forced to cross the Red Waste.[1]

Notes and References