David Peterson will be profiled on CNN’s The Next List today at 2pm ET.
So, there’s a petty badass new poster.
As if that weren’t enough, there’s a cool thing on Facebook where you can show your allegiance. I would suggest voting for Targaryen. There’s no Dothraki in the video, sadly.
Dothraki creator David J. Peterson today made the first post of his new Dothraki blog that will be his platform for providing even more in depth information about the Dothraki language. The blog can be found at www.dothraki.com
We have also set up a subforum on our forums where you can post requests or questions for David that he can answer in his blog. http://forum.dothraki.org/index.php/board,10.0.html
We got some new previews for this coming episode:
Also, check out this BADASS photo of Drogo.
More info on Episode #8:
- Title: “The Pointy End”
- Debut: Sunday, June 5 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
- Description: The Lannisters press their advantage over the Starks; Robb (Richard Madden) rallies his father’s northern allies and heads south to war.
Hey Dothraki fans,
Two new preview clips from this weekend’s episode of Game of Thrones are now available! Check them out here:
Maester Luwin Speaks to Osha
Commander Mormont Speech
More info on Episode #7:
Title: “You Win or You Die”
Debut: Sunday, May 29 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
Description: Explaining that the future of the Lannisters is at stake, Tywin (Charles Dance) presses Jaime to “be the man you were meant to be” as they prepare for battle. Ned confronts Cersei about the secrets that killed Jon Arryn. With the fate of the missing Benjen (Joseph Mawle) very much on his mind, Jon Snow takes his Night’s Watch vows, though not with the assignment he coveted. After Ser Jorah (Iain Glenn) saves Daenerys from treachery, an enraged Drogo vows to lead the Dothraki where they’ve never gone before. An injured Robert takes pains to ensure an orderly transition at King’s Landing.
The series has now started and new dothraki words are coming out in nearly every episode. We are also learning more and more grammar and soon enough we will have a fairly learnable language. To follow the development on this site you can visit the forum (forum.dothraki.org) where all new information is first posted. Then things slowly but surely move into the wiki that is under constant development.
For people who are intersted in learning the language we are beginning to build a starting platform in the wiki at http://wiki.dothraki.org/dothraki/Learningdothraki.
We’re getting very close to the date, now. Expect more information on Dothraki to start flowing, as soon as the series airs. Even now, we’re getting a steady influx of new words, new clips, and new information about how the Dothraki language is being spoken in the show. If you’re interested, head on over to our Forum, where we’re busy digesting all of the information that is coming out.
Tonight on HBO there is going to be a 15-minute preview of the first episode of the show. If you have the chance, watch! Hopefully, there’ll be more than a bit of Dothraki.
If you can’t make tonight, be sure to sign in on April 17th, Sunday, at 9pm on HBO for the first episode in full!
We have now, as you may have noticed, changed the site. Expect news to appear here as the series comes out and as more Dothraki information is released.
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