Best Game of Thrones Fan Websites and Blogs on the Web

1. Watchers on the Wall

Almost like the swift ravens of Westeros, Watchers On The Wall is a group of experienced writers and fandom contributors who thinks that the fans of Thrones deserves to know all there is to know about their favourite show.

2.Winter is Coming

Winter is Coming hits the Game of Thrones fans with the juicest news ever when it is still hot. They also publish highly interesting recaps, season reviews, spoilers, episode rankings, podcasts and more.

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3. Wiki of Thrones

Wiki of Thrones is your one-stop shop for the latest news and updates about one of the most viewed and popular fantasy drama series on TV, the Game of Thrones. They cover everything from filming details and theories to rumours, reviews and more. 

4. Tower of the Hand

Tower of the Hand is an unofficial companion to George R. R. Martin's bestselling series A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE. Here you will find chapter summaries, character profiles, family trees, timelines, guides, and many articles about the world created by GRRM. The information within covers four books from the series-- A Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings, A Storm of Swords, and A Feast for Crows-- as well as two short novels that also take place in the Ice and Fire world. 

5. Westeros

Westeros, the A Song of Ice and Fire domain, is the premier fan site for George R.R Martin's highly acclaimed epic fantasy series. Among other interesting contents of the site, you will find detailed reviews of the song of ice and fire series.

6. History of Westeros

History of Westeros takes you into the addictive world of  George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series by exploring depth, intrigue and epic mysteries in the fantasy.

7. Radio Westeros

This is a highly interesting podcast blog featuring overlooked parts of the series, no nonsense analysis and fact based theories.

8. Quarter Maester

Have you ever imagined how the world of ice and fire looks on a map? Well, you can pause your imagination right here because this website has got you covered! The Quarter Maester contains a high quality interactive map of Westeros and the rest of the known world in Game of Thrones and the Song of Ice & Fire novels (also called "Planetos"). On this map, you can mark how much of the TV show or novels you've seen to prevent seeing any spoilers.

9. WesterosCraft 

Well, this site is quite interesting! They are trying to recreate each single bit of the Game of Thrones world entirely with Minecraft. So, instead of just seeing a fleeting image of a place like Winterfell as in the movies or a sketchy description as in the books, you will be able to find all the ins and outs - everything in RPG. Well, they are the modern Bran(s) the builder.

10. Race For the Iron Throne

If you are mentioning the biggest fans of Thrones, you better not omit Stephen Atwell from your list. He has been a fan of the Ice and Fire series even before Dan and Dave summoned up the courage to meet George R. R. Martin. If you enjoyed the political play of the movie and the books, you will surely find his site quite interesting.

11. ThronesDB

This website is dedicated to providing a fast, powerful and exhaustive deck builder and search engine for A Game of Thrones.

12. Game of Owns

Game of Owns takes you deeper into the bone marrow of Game of Thrones by doing well researched analysis of the movie and the books.  It also features some of important crew members of the show.

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13. Game of Laughs

Game of Laughs is a digital magazine featuring articles, reviews, videos created for Game of Thrones fans around the world. Their contents are always immersive and engaging!

14.  Theories Are Coming

The truth is, one of the reasons that Game of Thrones is dear to the hearts of many is as a result of it's very complicated plot. Dude, anything can happen anytime by the character that you least expect. Well, this has caused a lot fans to go extra mile to make quite intelligent predictions that happen to be right some of the times. And if you anything like me, then most times, you will out that these theories are more interesting than the actual plot. 
What if you don't have to chase theories which are scattered all around the internet? Well, that is what this site is about. It helps you to generate the next craziest fan theories - without going crazy!

15. Wars and Politics of Ice and Fire
This blog owned and updated by three die hard game of thrones fans contains detailed essays and analysis examining the political and military side of A Song of Ice and Fire. The essays are normally geeky and scholarly - so prepare your brain.

16. A Song of Ice and Fire University

A collection of metas (critical essays or analysis), gathered from across tumblr, about George R.R. Martin's book series A Song of Ice and Fire (ASOIAF) and its television adaptation Game of Thrones.

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