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Game of Thrones fans had been long speculating which character would be the one to kill the Night King and it was Jon Snow (Kit Harington) who emerged as an early possibility. That Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) might have a far better chance of defeating Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) and her army than it now appears, because she might have more than one dragon left. "Daenerys had ordered an herbal tea", HBO said in a press release on Monday. "He's the only one who disappeared, the only one who drove herds and took them all like roasted sheep".

The Verge confirmed that HBO updated the episode by digitally removing the item from the scene for HBO Go and future broadcasts.

It also beat episode 2's audience total of a little more than 10 million viewers - and it's now the episode with third-best initial viewing figures in the series' history.

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And because it's Twitter, someone made an account dedicated to the Starbucks coffee cup. Even so, there's always the possibility that Game of Thrones could be saving this twist for its final episode, airing Sunday, May 19, so we all better be prepared for anything in these next two weeks.

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Meanwhile, executive producer Bernie Caulfield told WNYC radio she could not believe the error, saying "our on-set prop people and decorators are so on it 1,000 per cent".

"We're surprised (the character in the show) didn't order a Dragon Drink", Starbucks said of its pink concoction with sweet mango and dragon fruit flavours.

As such, the ratings for Sunday's episode The Last of the Starks did drop a bit from The Long Night, the preceding episode focused on the battle for Winterfell against the army of the dead.

Starbucks' presence in Westeros, however, turned out to be as short-lived as King Joffrey's reign on the Iron Throne.

Game of Thrones is an HBO original, so anyone without HBO will have to get access to the premium cable channel to watch.