George R.R. Martin sheds light on the long-running title of Game of Thrones’ Dunk & Egg Spinoff

    The vast and complex world of Westeros, which was created by George RR MartinIt continues to attract audiences through several spin-offs co-developed with HBO. Despite the mixed reception of game of thrones The series finale, demand for more tales from Martin’s fantasy world remains strong. Dragon house, the first branch, has already proven successful. Other prequels and sequels are also in various stages of development, revealing that the rich world of Westeros still has a lot to offer.

    One of the newest spin-offs is based on the Martin’s Dunk and Egg novels, which follow the adventures of a young hedge knight and his mysterious squire nearly a century before the events of game of thrones. The upcoming show sparked debates among fans due to its strange title, Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: Knight of the Fence. Martin addressed the reasoning behind the lengthy title on his blog, Not a Blog.

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    He admitted that while this may not be the final title, it will not be something as simple as Tales of Dunk & Egg or The Adventures of Dunk & Egg, as he believes the title needs to pique the curiosity of those unfamiliar with the stories. Martin has also expressed his love for the characters Dunk and Egg, but believes that a title containing only their names might appear more like a stage title rather than a story centered around chivalry and chivalry, which are central themes in the novels.

    The working title will be A KNIGHT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS: THE HEDGE KNIGHT. Whether that will be the final title, I can’t say for sure…other than to say, it WILL NOT be called TALES OF DUNK & EGG, THE ADVENTURES OF DUNK & EGG, DUNK & EGG, OR Anything like that. I love Dunk and I love Egg, and I know fans refer to my short fiction as “Dunk & Egg stories,” sure, but there are millions of people out there who don’t know the stories and the title needs to interest them too. If you don’t You know the characters, DUNK & EGG sounds like a sitcom. LAVERNE & SHIRLEY. ABBOTT & COSTELLO. BEAVIS & BUTTHEAD. So, no. We want the word ‘knight’ in the title. Knights and chivalry are central to the themes of these stories.”

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    HBO Greenlights Prequel series based on George R.R. Martin’s dunk-and-egg tales

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    After producing the pilot episode of a spin-off series starring Naomi Watts, HBO moved the show before giving it a series order. However, the network has now greenlit another prequel series based on Martin’s Tales of Dunk and Egg, which consists of three novels. The first novel, The Hedge Knight, was written in 1998, followed by The Sworn Sword in 2003, and The Mystery Knight in 2010. If the first season of the new prequel series does well and gets good reviews, additional seasons may be developed based on on other books in the series.

    The official summary of Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: Knight of the Fence is reading:

    A century before the events of ‘Game of Thrones’, two unlikely heroes roamed Westeros…a naive but brave young knight, Ser Duncan the Tall, and his little squire, Egg. Set in an age when the Targaryen line still holds the Iron Throne and the memory of the Dragon The last not yet finished living memory, great destinies, mighty foes, and dangerous exploits, all await these unlikely and matchless friends.”

    According to reports, George R.R. Martin will have an active role in making the prequel series. Not only does he serve as a writer, but he also serves as an executive producer along with franchise producers Ira Parker, Ryan Condal, and Vince Gerardis. There is no confirmed release date for the premiere of Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: Knight of the Fence Until now.

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