Alongside the wave of reunions in the latest episode (not to mention Jon telling Dany that he is also a Targaryen), viewers also caught the moment Arya loses her virginity to Gendry (Joe Dempsie) before the battle begins.
Game of Thrones season 8 deaths are going to be dime a dozen.
The final season of Game of Thrones is here, and so is winter. Some of them will be down in the crypts.
Some theories have the humans winning a brutal battle at Winterfell.
It's unclear if Jon heard the same stories from Old Nan when he was growing up at Winterfell, but look at his face again: that looks like the face of a man who's just realized that a section of the army of the dead is riding straight for him on the backs of massive, creepy-ass spiders. Courtesy HBO. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Gwendoline Christie as Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth. Home to hundreds of thousands, King's Landing serves as the Night King's flawless breeding ground for more undead wights.More news: North Korea tested ground combat weapon, says South Korea
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Keeping track of the characters who could see their stories end is hard at times: The show has featured more than 100 major speaking roles during its run, and even now more than 20 notable characters are all in the same locale.
But it's not just Sansa that could be about to meet her maker. After all, Cersei is not prepared for a battle with the Night King, who has a dragon of his own at his disposal.
HBO continues to keep the plot of new episodes under careful guard, and these photos don't reveal much we didn't already see in the Episode 3 preview last Sunday.
Could the destruction they bring create the Throne room scene Bran sees? The Reddit user thinks that the Night King is not stupid and instead of engaging in battle with the two dragons in Winterfell will steer Viserion and take King's Landing first, and turn all the people he kills there into members of his undead army to use against whoever might be left standing in Winterfell.
Shocking, unexpected deaths were the calling card for Game of Thrones for several seasons, beginning with the demise of its primary character, Eddard Stark, lord of the castle of the fictional locale of Winterfell.