No spoilers below - I'm going to stick to stuff that's actually been in the series, but might be confusing or just easily missed.
Vorret wrote:Back to the 100k man army and 200 ships, why didn't we hear about this before? Who are they? I mean 100k army is alot of menpower are there any other nations like these that will suddently pop up with giant army?
We've actually met this fellow before. Robb and Catelyn Stark name him at the end of the episode - Lord/King Renly Baratheon. We saw him getting a BJ from Ser Loras Tyrell in season 1. He's the brother of the deceased king Robert Baratheon, and also the brother of the "new guy" we saw holding his council on Dragonstone - Lord/King Stannis Baratheon.
What about the girl and her 1 dragon? Where is she going? They have a party of 30 people and a newborn dragon; is she gonna go into hiding until season 6-7 where the dragon is actually big enough to be a threat?
There are actually three dragons. We saw them all in the season finale. Presumably to keep costs down, they're only showing one at a time (we're to gather that the other two were in the cage). As to where she's going, she clearly doesn't know. But she must go generally east, because if she tried to stay in the lands of the Dothraki (which are west of where she is now), they would surely kill or enslave her remaining people, and take her dragons from her. She's an outcast from the Dothraki - the only thing they respect is strength and manhood, and without Khal Drogo she's nothing in their eyes. So she had to venture east, into the "red wastes" - a barren, uninhabited land with little or nothing to sustain her small band (hence the death of her beloved horse, Silver). Even the worldly Jorah Mormont doesn't know how far the Red Wastes stretch, so she's sent out her bloodriders to scout and find them some refuge.
As was said above, I literally can't imagine watching this series without having read the books, because I've read and re-read them multiple times and know them fairly well. I will say that this is definitely not a show you can just passively watch. It clearly requires some fairly diligent thought and analysis if you're going to put the pieces together. I think it's refreshing that the show doesn't literally beat you over the head with every single message, but it also means that sometimes it'll be hard to figure out what's going on.