It's The Greatest "Must See" Drama of All Time and You Just Might Be Missing It
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When you're glued to the latest series of a show like Game of Thrones, caught up in the drama, the twists and turns of the plot, you may be missing the most intricate, massive drama imaginable; the one happening all around you, in real time. 

We stand at the end of an epoch, at the end of a civilization, at the end of an empire, at the start of something else. Nobody knows what will happen in the next season but people have got some inklings. Take a look around and see the stories you might be missing. The world is awash with slaves, and all of them are heroes waiting to happen.

SPOILER ALERT: contains season 3 Games of Thrones footage.

Words by A. Person

Music, edits and talking by Jordan B.

Mashed footage used from various sources with credits to respective creators.

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on Fri, Aug 9 2013 · 38,336 Views
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