Game of thrones has taught its fans to keep their minds open, with the way the directors move and kills characters like chess pieces on the board, bringing them together one minute, then separating them the next seconds, your imagination is left to run like a wild fire.
Top 10 best episodes in the HBO series so far
Based on cinematography, dialogue, imagination, episode events and fans interest these are the best and most engaging episodes so far in the series.
Ranking from the least to the best, here are the HBO series best episode so far!
10. Season One, Episode 10 - Fire and Blood
The season one finale which was written by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and directed by Alan Taylor showcased the power of a Targaryen, it featured the birth of Dany's dragons. The episode also showed us Sansa's first attempt to kill Joffrey.
9. Season three, Episode four - And Now His Watch Is Ended
This episode which was written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss and directed by Alex Graves all came down to one word, DRACARYS
8. Season four , Episode seven - Mockingbird
Or should we just tag it the moon door? This episode was written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss and directed by Alik Sakharov explained effectively how LittleFinger pushes any obstacle blocking his vision of becoming the King of the seven Kingdoms.
The hound on the order hand told Arya Stark how cruel his brother was, his brother burned his face and his father let it happen.
7. Season five, Episode nine - The dance of dragons
This episode had us caught us unawares, Can a father really do that to his daughter? The episode was written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss and directed by David Nutter is one of the most powerful episodes in the series.
Stannis took the gutting decision to sacrifice his daughter to the God of Light to increase his chances of wining the Iron throne.
The world had waited so long to see Daenerys Targaryen ride on her dragon, it was one beautiful ride through the quagmire of the Slavers bay.
6. Season three, Episode nine - The Rains of Castamere
This is the most tragic episode ever in the entire series. The Red wedding is one occurrence the North would never forget.
The tragic episode was written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss and directed by David Nutter. Walder Frey has been on every fans hit list since the red wedding till Arya Stark finally hit him in Season six finale.
5. Season two, Episode nine - Blackwater
The 'almost hostile takeover' of Westeros!
Scenes from the wildfire explosions at the Battle of the Blackwater can't seem to leave our minds. This episode was written by George R.R. Martin and directed by Neil Marshall.
4. Season six, Episode nine - Battle of bastards
Firstly we would like to say RIP to Wun Wun, the war hero and the last of his kind.
This is one of the most engaging episodes in the entire series, we had goosebumps and our mouths were wide open. The episode was written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss and directed by Miguel Sapochnik.
The hungry hounds made us happy, so did Sansa Stark, she showed us her smart side. We probably might have thought so little of the once naive girl. Ramsey Bolton's war strategy was amazing!
The North will forever remember this day!
3. Season 5, Episode 8 - Hardhome
This episode was directed by Miguel Sapochnik and written David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. Cersei was locked away by the high Septa, Reek confessed to Sansa that he did not kill Bran and Rickon and Tyrion Lannister meets Daenerys Targaryan.
2. Season one, Episode nine - Baelor
This episode was written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss and directed by Alan Taylor.
Maester Aemon revealed that he’s the oldest living Targaryen, Ned Stark died, this episode will be referenced to forever. Catelyn Stark made an agreement with Lord Frey that Robb would marry one of his daughters.
1. Season six, Episode 10 [finale] - The Winds of Winter
R + L = J If this you know this theory, you would probably agree that this is the best episode ever in the history of Game of Thrones.
Jon Snow's birth history was revealed, Tyrion was named Hand of the Queen by Daenerys Targaryen, Daenerys sails for Westeros. Cersei strategically used the wild fire to kill the high Sparrow, Margaery Tyrell, Jon snow was declared the King in the North.
The episode was directed by Miguel Sapochnik and written by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss.
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