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Game of Thrones: How Winter Will Change the Landscape of Westeros

This article originally appeared on iDigitalTimes. In Winds of Winter  and  Game of Thrones  season 7, winter isn’t coming—it’s here. House Stark’s ominous words  will finally be fulfilled, and all the perils of years-long winters will descend upon Westeros. The change of seasons will bring about serious consequences for all the people of Westeros. Here’s what they can expect  now that cold weather is descending  upon most of the Seven Kingdoms.
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