The Game of Thrones title sequence secrets will make your mind blew apart. Since 2011 Game of Thrones has become epochal.
While interacting to a show, title designer Angus Wall says that this credits clip wasn’t prepared from the start. Formally, the show was going to present us a map of Westeros between acts, so we would know where the action was taking place in relation to everything else. But there was a problem. “It broke up the narrative in the most horrible way,” Wall said. “But we realized there was a need to tell the geography of the world — in the same way, that a legend would for a book. That became the title sequence.”“We don’t have to worry about what’s outside of the world because we’re always going to be inside the world. It’s much easier to orient yourself spatially if you can see where you’re going. Or, put more concisely: It’s boring to have flat worlds.” – Angus Wall Angus Wall continued, further in “Battle of the Bastards,” there’s a Bolton sigil on Winterfell but in “The Winds of Winter,” it’s a Stark sigil. Is there any other show that goes to such lengths to make us feel involved? According to Wall, the idea is for the map to be interactive, “like the game of Risk.” Game of Thrones Season 8 is set to thrill us this April. For more exciting updates on Game of Thrones, Stay Tuned!