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- Most of Passives, Attacks, Buffs and Debuffs refers to HBO series Game of Thrones
- Oathkeeper is the name of the sword Jaime Lannister gave to Brienne of Tarth, it's one of two Valyrian steel longswords made from Ice, the greatsword of House Stark. It's also the name of the fourth episode of the fourth season.
- Oathbreaker refer to Jon Snow leaving the Night's Watch, Smalljon Umber breaking his oath of loyalty to The Starks, or Daenerys Targaryen having broken her oath to join the Dosh Khaleen after Drogo 's death. It's also the name of the third episode of the sixth season.
- Winter is Coming is the motto of House Stark, one of the greatest houses of Westeros. The meaning behind these words is one of warning and constant vigilance. It's also the name of the first episode of the first season.
- Breaker of Chains is a reference to one of the honorifics Daenerys Targaryen assumes after the Sack of Astapor: "Breaker of Chains."
- Walk of Atonement is a public ritual of punishment and penance in The Faith of the Seven.
- The North Remembers is an oft-repeated phrase among the Northerners, it means that the Northerners don't easily forget past events especially betrayals. It also refers to the rebellion of The North under their new King Robb Stark in response to the execution of his father and the previous Lord of Winterfell, Eddard Stark.
- The Gift is the region of land immediately south of The Wall which was "gifted" to the Night's Watch when The Wall was constructed, for their sustenance and support.
- The Sword In The Darkness and And Now My Watch Begins are quoted from the oath of the Night's Watch
- Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken is the motto of House Martell of Dorne which refers to the fact that Dorne is the only one of the Seven Kingdoms never to be successfully conquered by outsiders. It's also the name of the sixth episode of the fifth season.
- What Is Dead May Never Die is a common saying in the religion of the Drowned God on the Iron Islands. The answer to the phrase is "But rises again harder and stronger." It's also the name of the third episode of the second season.
- The Pointy End a fan-favorite piece of dialogue from the books , when Jon Snow gave Needle to Arya and told her to remember to "stick them with the pointy end." It's also the name eighth episode of the first season.
- Heartsbane is the name of the ancestral Valyrian steel blade of House Tarly. The Tarlys have held the blade for some 500 years, and it is usually displayed proudly on a mantle at their seat at Horn Hill.
- Dance of Dragons was a massive civil war between two rival branches of House Targaryen, it's called The Dance of the Dragons because it was the only major war in Westeros in which both sides had dragons.
- Dracarys is The High Valyrian word for "dragonfire". Daenerys Targaryen teaches her newly hatched dragons to breathe fire on command when she says Dracarys,.
- The Wars To Come refers to Mance 's words to Stannis "I wish you good fortune in the wars to come" and to Varys 's words to Tyrion "I believe men of talent have a part to play in the war to come". It's also the first episode of the fifth season.
- Valar Morghulis "all men must die", in the sense of "all men must (eventually) die (sooner or later)", somewhat like the Latin saying "memento mori.". Throughout the Valyrian-speaking world, it is loosely analogous to "who wants to live forever?" in that it is used to indicate acceptance of a potentially unpleasant truth or assignment. The word is also a common greeting, especially in Braavos and particularly among the guild of assassins known as the Faceless Men. When used as a greeting, it is answered with the phrase "Valar Dohaeris", which translates to "all men must serve"
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