The creator of the saga, George R.R. Martin, assured that the resulting series will be around 5000 years before the original
After the eighth and last season, Game of Thrones will have an edge, and creator of the saga George R. Martin is more accurate, clarifying exactly when the new series will be set.
"There are 10,000 years in the novels, but there are places where teachers say," No, no, it was not 10,000, but 5,000. "," So I think it's closer to 5000 years, "" said the writer in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
He also talks about the spin scenario.
"Pannie is a very different place There is no landing of the king There is no iron throne There is no Targaryens: Valyria has just begun to rise with its dragons and the great empire it built We work with a different and older world and we hope that this is part of the series' entertainment, "he explained, creating great expectations among the true followers of the epic production.
Everything shows that the series will be set before the power of the Targarien family, the only draconian riders after the breakup of Valaria.
That's why it seems obvious that the series will not include dragons at least on their original stretch … if ever it happens.
That is why there will be no dragons in Ponihne of the past. An item that the writer would have dismissed throughout the saga, but it was eventually included. "I thought I had no time to have dragons," Martin said.
"I wanted Targaryen's symbol to be dragons, but I used to think it might be like a psyche." My friend and fantastic writer Phyllis Eisenstein was the one who persuaded me to put the dragons and I dedicated the third book. is the right decision – continued the famous author.
The pilot's episode of the prehistory will shoot Naomi Watts and tell "the descent of the world from the golden age of the heroes to its darkest moment." One thing is certain: from the terrible secrets of Vasteros' history to the true origins of the White Walkers, of the East, even the Old Men of the Legend … this is not the story we think we know, "he writes in a summary,
For the eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones," the series that has been premiered with awards and nominations will debut in April 2019 and, as expected, the episodes that are part of the final delivery will have a duration, greater than 60 minutes.