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Entertainment‘Game Of Thrones’ Fan Video Imagines An Arya And The Hound Spin-Off Series

22:51  08 may  2019
22:51  08 may  2019 Source:   etcanada.com

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While some Game of Thrones fans prepare for the next epic battle in the second to last episode – others have their sites set on the real ones to While Arya may have refused to ride off into the sunset with Gendry, she did ride off with her trusty old frenemy, The Hound , determined to settle some scores.

The video then features highlights of the unlikely duo from seasons past, including the time the Hound taught Arya how to kill, and that other time Game of Thrones : If Melisandre's Pep Talk With Arya Sounded Familiar, This Is Why. It may feel like we're light years away from Game of Thrones season

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There are just two episodes left of "Game of Thrones," and fans are already coming up with ideas for potential spin-off series, including a buddy adventure story featuring Arya Stark and the Hound.

American comedian-actor Lance Krall created a spoof trailer for the appropriately titled "Arya and The Hound", which opens on a scene from the latest episode, where the two frenemies set off on their journey to King's Landing to settle unfinished business.

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The video then features highlights of the unlikely duo from seasons past, including the time the Hound taught Arya how to kill, and that other time where Arya tried to kill the Hound. All of these beautiful memories set to Jim Croce's smooth-rock classic "I Got A Name."

Game of Thrones: If Melisandre's Pep Talk With Arya Sounded Familiar, This Is Why

Game of Thrones: If Melisandre's Pep Talk With Arya Sounded Familiar, This Is Why It may feel like we're light years away from Game of Thrones season one, but the living win the Battle of Winterfell thanks to Arya Stark's training, which began with her water dance instructor back in King's Landing when she was still a child. Melisandre shows up at the start of the epic battle between the living and the dead to lend a hand to the soldiers, but her ultimate purpose is to remind a certain young assassin of her destiny to shut some blue eyes forever. Namely, the Night King's.

Game of Thrones is almost over, and while executives at HBO are rushing to work up a series of spinoffs that will ensure HBO Now subscriptions remain mandatory A new fan trailer from Lance Krall, published on Vimeo, sets up an idea of what a series called Arya and The Hound could look like.

Game of Thrones fans reacted to the series finale by demanding an Arya Stark-centered spin - off with Maisie Williams, but the actress has That said, it's still very fun to imagine what an Arya Stark spin - off might entail. Would she help extend the cartography of Westeros, or just figure out that the

HBO has already ordered a pilot for at least one "GOT" spin-off series, reportedly set around 5,000 years before the events of the main drama, a period where near-mythical creatures ruled over Westeros.

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In an interview with EW, author George RR Martin, who wrote the original series of books the HBO drama is based on, said that the new spin-off will have a very different feel and look to the current series.

"Westeros is a very different place," he explained. “There’s no King’s Landing. There’s no Iron Throne. There are no Targaryens — Valyria has hardly begun to rise yet with its dragons and the great empire that it built. We’re dealing with a different and older world, and hopefully, that will be part of the fun of the series."

In the meantime, we'll just have to hope that both Arya and the Hound survive the final two episodes so that we can get that odd couple spin-off sometime in the near future.

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