Game of Thrones is a Shakespearean drama besieged by a zombie movie. It revolves around the question “What is power ?, ” and in its most profound minutes it offers a leisurely musing on the fluidity of jurisdiction. At other meters, it precisely bombards observers with the latest special effects.
The clash of categories is reflected in the history of Westeros itself, which can be seen as an epic combat between actuality and fantasy. The story primarily concentrating on one flawed but realistic family–the Lannisters–that conducted a desperate and apparently hopeless struggle against a stretching multitude of demonic, magical, and superhuman powers.
To the east, the Lannisters faced Daenerys Targaryen, who could walk unscathed through volley, and be able to rely ferocious dragons to burn and awe her adversaries. To the countries of the north, the Stark clan was bad at politics and finance, but the family boasted one daughter who was a shapeshifting assassin, one lad who turned into the “three-eyed raven” and experienced the offering of deduce perceptions, and another Christ-like stepson who died to save humanity and then miraculously came back to life. Even significantly to the north hid the most terrifying( and boring) enemy of all: the Army of Dead, which relentlessly paraded south to defeat Westeros and destroy “peoples lives”.( Luckily the dead made their epoch, so there was ample scope for most interesting incidents to enfold .)