Fact: "Game of Thrones" doesn't care about your feelings. Never has, never will. What show kills off its main character in the first season? "Game of Thrones" does. After a total of four seasons (and a trail of bodies), watching this brutal fantasy drama is sort of like having a panic attack - every week. But we keep coming back: The show is now the highest-rated drama on HBO. Oh, and before an angry fan who isn't caught up threatens us with violence like a drunk Dothraki, let's get one thing out of the way: Spoiler alert! Last season came to a close with the poisoning of the twisted King Joffrey (finally!). Season 5, premiering April 12, promises to be a heavy one, with several story lines converging in dramatic, bloody fashion. And for the first time, the series' story line will diverge from George R.R. Martin's novels - which means no one is safe. So use this survival guide to bring yourself up to speed on the carnage of Westeros. Because in the "Game of Thrones," you either win or you die.
After killing his father, his lover and now on the run after being framed for killing the king, Tyrion has grown a beard, crossed the sea in a wooden crate and his only friend is a eunuch. This is an all-time low, even for someone widely known as "the imp."