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Spoilers below for Game of Thrones Season 7, episode 5. So don’t act like you haven’t been warned.
Game of Thrones is in the business of reunions and resurrecting old favorites this season, and “Eastwatch” brought back none other than King Robert Baratheon’s beloved bastard Gendry.
The blacksmith’s apprentice who fled King’s Landing with Arya Stark and sailed away from Stannis Baratheon waaaaayyyyy back in Season 3 reunited with Davos Seaworth in Fleabottom in tonight’s episode… and then gets into another freaking boat.
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For some, jigsaw puzzles are a slow, relaxing pastime that exercise the creative and logic centers of the mind. For others, it’s their version of a personal hell.
If you’re one of the former, it’s time you experienced Clemens Habicht’s 1,000 Colours. This is no ordinary jigsaw puzzle — because of the subtle changes in color, it’s a true test of patience, process, and attention to detail that’s not for the faint of heart (or the faint of sight).
1,000 Colours is one giant CMYK gradient split into 1,000 pieces with — you guessed it — a shade for each tile. You won’t have the luxury of a real-world image to focus on while you try to match the picture on the box to the jumble of pieces in front of you. Instead, you’ll need to consider how each color flows into the next, and rely on trial and error to find the perfect fit for each piece. Because of this, veteran puzzlers may find 1,000 Colours to be one of the most meditative puzzles they’ve ever completed. Read more…
This recap is dark and full of spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 7, episode 4, titled “The Spoils of War.”
Are you still shaking? I’m still shaking.
Episode 4 finally brought Daenerys Targaryen to mainland Westeros — a monumental power play that’s been six seasons in the making.
Dany’s grand entrance is huge for a number of reasons, not least of which is that our many-titled Khaleesi desperately needed a decisive victory over the Lannisters after losing Dorne, the Iron Islands and The Reach in the last two episodes.
The way Dany arrived was a showstopper, to be sure, but the fact that she arrived at all is pretty incredible — as Robert Baratheon predicted way back in Season 1, Dany’s invasion marks the first time that the Dothraki have ever crossed the Narrow Sea, and even without her scaly children, that’s a big effing deal for Westeros, since its inhabitants have spent centuries resting safe in the knowledge that the Dothraki are no threat to them. We were only five episodes into Season 1 when Cersei outright dismissed Robert’s concerns about Dany with the arrogant assertion that “The Dothraki don’t sail… Read more…
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