Finally, we arrive at the "Breaker of Chains." Sorry, I just wanted to slip in that nickname for Daenerys because it's the name of the third episode of the fourth season. Anyway, the 'Breaker of Chains' was given that name because she goes around freeing basically any slave she encounters. First, it was trying to transform the Dothraki culture and now she's got the Unsullied behind her as she moves around Slaver's Bay. If she thought changing the slave culture of a region with a body of water called 'Slaver's Bay' was going to be easy, she was as naïve as a teenage queen. It's all fun and games being a liberating mother of dragons but now she has to bring stability to the region.

Why that region and not Westeros? That's a questions she must ask herself and her trusted advisors, one of which will soon be getting the big stinky boot. I'd say poor Jorah but he had it coming. There's also a new Daario (Michiel Huisman) and, going by pretty much every trailer, he's going to be filling in for Strong Belwas as champion upon arriving at Meereen. She's also going to have to deal with her growing 'children' and the fact that they like to eat real children. What's a mother of dragons to do? Do they get locked up at the end of the season? She takes Meereen, struggles with the Sons of the Harpy and then that's the big finish? It's too early for another wedding. Or Martell.

Who knows? Maybe they changed everything.

The fourth season of Game of Thrones premieres with “Two Swords” on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on HBO. Based on the novels by George R.R. Martin, the TV series was adapted by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and stars Peter Dinklage, Kit Harrington, Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

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