This 15 Minute 'Game Of Thrones' Featurette Foreshadows So Many Stabbings

That'll do dragon. That'll do. Game of Thrones is a sadistic show that depicts scenes of torture through a gleeful lens, so it only makes sense that HBO teases us into a frenzy at least three times a week leading up to the April 6th premiere. This 15-minute featurette is the best look we've had yet at what is to come - stabbings and dragons. I guess we could have guessed that. What's yet to be known is whether or not a dragon develops sword skills. If that happens, it's over for everybody. Also, a word of warning about Brienne of Tarth actress Gwendoline Christie. Do not date.

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