Details that people might forget, don't notice or just don't know about, GoT Edition

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  • Just noticed this, at the choice on to go or stay with Ryon and Talia, the song Talia sings in ep 2 can be heard in the background

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    forget this

  • I don't get it. Owen goes from voicing as an awesome comedy relief to voicing as multiple jackasses. Why is that?

    ArthurV posted: »

    Damien the Lannister Guard is voiced by Owen Thomas, who you may remember as Omid in The Walking Dead. That dude pulls off smooth super well.

  • edited February 2015

    forget this

  • You've posted that three times now.

    Poogers555 posted: »

    forget this

  • At the start of episode 1 at the Red Wedding, most of the banners that are seen in the camp are mostly sigils of House Stark and House Forrester.

    As the wedding continues - from Gareds first suspicions up until the actual slaughter, almost all the banners change to sigils of House Bolton, Frey and Whitehill, I suppose to signify the shift of power and to highlight those responsible.

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  • Good job noticing this one =)

    Davissons posted: »

    At the start of episode 1 at the Red Wedding, most of the banners that are seen in the camp are mostly sigils of House Stark and House Forre

  • Coal boy's name is Tom. (Yuri Lowenthal also voiced Erik the thief, and Finn the bully)

  • How did you find out coal boy's name?

    MarteenPyro posted: »

    Coal boy's name is Tom. (Yuri Lowenthal also voiced Erik the thief, and Finn the bully)

  • He's listed in the credits as Tom.

    How did you find out coal boy's name?

  • I know, for some reason it deiced to say it didnt go through then on the third time all 3 went though ;-;

    You've posted that three times now.

  • ArthurVArthurV Telltale Alumni

    Acting range. :-)

    I don't get it. Owen goes from voicing as an awesome comedy relief to voicing as multiple jackasses. Why is that?

  • Nice one! :D

    Davissons posted: »

    At the start of episode 1 at the Red Wedding, most of the banners that are seen in the camp are mostly sigils of House Stark and House Forre

  • If you press ALT+SPACE while playing the game will pause whitout showing the actual pause screen

  • Bowen has the same hairstyle as Ethan and looks a tiny bit similar to him. Bowen is stabbed through the neck at the start of Episode 1 (determinant), while Ethan is stabbed through the neck at the end of the Episode.

  • Are you saying that haircut is cursed?

    JakeSt123 posted: »

    Bowen has the same hairstyle as Ethan and looks a tiny bit similar to him. Bowen is stabbed through the neck at the start of Episode 1 (determinant), while Ethan is stabbed through the neck at the end of the Episode.

  • If you try to ring the bell near Frostfinger:

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  • I never knew there were so many interesting stuff at the overlook. :D

    dojo32161 posted: »

    If you try to ring the bell near Frostfinger:

  • At the funeral, when Rodrick comforts Elissa as she starts crying, Duncan places his hand on Rodrick's shoulder. A nice little detail.

  • Dont you ring my fucking bell

    dojo32161 posted: »

    If you try to ring the bell near Frostfinger:

  • (?) Insert name here will remember this.

    Poogers555 posted: »

    forget this

  • Frostfinger's speech to survive in the Night's Watch is in fact a history class.

  • How did you know? I can hardly hear what Frostfinger was saying because of Finn and Cotter's conversation.

    Drakonys posted: »

    Frostfinger's speech to survive in the Night's Watch is in fact a history class.

  • The Entire Night's Watch felt like a High school to me, with the bullies and Mr. Frostfinger the teacher.

    Drakonys posted: »

    Frostfinger's speech to survive in the Night's Watch is in fact a history class.

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    Gared's expression in the end was like "I'm gonna ring it! :D Nah, never mind"

    dojo32161 posted: »

    If you try to ring the bell near Frostfinger:

  • I stated in a thread I made before,

    Another thing: Did anyone notice the Whitehill's new armor in Episode 2, with their sigil now displayed on their Gorget?

    I love the new armour, I hope the Forresters get new armour as well, with their new sigil on their breastplate. I'd love to actually contribute for new Forrester armour, if I had the chance.

  • Just be silent and focus your ears on Frostfinger and you can almost get everything he says.

    He's talking about the size of the Wall and is naming all the castles of the Night's Watch. I'm sure this trivia is going to be useful against the wildlings.

    seanstin posted: »

    How did you know? I can hardly hear what Frostfinger was saying because of Finn and Cotter's conversation.

  • That's exactly what I'm saying.

    DoubleJump posted: »

    Are you saying that haircut is cursed?

  • In the first chapter of the book/the first scene in the show one of the rangers' names is Gared. He is the one executed in the book by Ned Stark. In the show, he is instead the one that gets beheaded by a White Walker.

    I can't read that part without thinking of Mr Tuttle :D

  • I don't know about it being like a high school, but for me, it felt more like being in a boot camp.

    The Entire Night's Watch felt like a High school to me, with the bullies and Mr. Frostfinger the teacher.

  • I still prefer to call him coal boy

    MarteenPyro posted: »

    Coal boy's name is Tom. (Yuri Lowenthal also voiced Erik the thief, and Finn the bully)

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    If you rewind the first episode after you have the second,the outfit of the Kingsguard is completely changed.

  • It does change from Goldcloaks to Kingsguards, but why is that there. What does it mean?

    Herodriver posted: »

    If you rewind the first episode after you have the second,the outfit of the Kingsguard is completely changed.

  • Any pictures?

    Herodriver posted: »

    If you rewind the first episode after you have the second,the outfit of the Kingsguard is completely changed.

  • maybe they changed the story from ep 1 and ep 2 and retconned the kingsguard into it?

    It does change from Goldcloaks to Kingsguards, but why is that there. What does it mean?

  • In relation to the game, I will be very surprised if Gared finishes the season alive. I'll be surprised if a majority of the characters in the game make it, looking at things the way they are by the end of the second episode.

    In the first chapter of the book/the first scene in the show one of the rangers' names is Gared. He is the one executed in the book by Ned S

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    You can forge the letter and still lose the betrothal.

  • idk if anyone noticed this, but if you secure the betrothal with lady elaena wouldn't that screw up the deal with lord tyrion? I mean, you can only secure the marriage if you agree to give away half of the forrester's ironwood, but that would mean not having enough to make a deal with the crown.
    ...just saying.

  • i only say this because telltale seems to be making a big deal out of this lord tyrion stuff. it's around 50% of what mira does in the game, and it accounts for a lot of the decisions. (i.e. when he asks mira if she's willing to risk a war for an alliance with the crown.)

    ...not that lord tyrion being accused of murdering joffrey wouldn't mess that up anyways

  • Shhhh Elaena doesn't have to know.

    My mother insisted.

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