The first episode of the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones was premiered in India on April 15. Bran left us wondering if he'll be able to lure the Night King to the Godswood, where he can be dealt with, somehow, once and for all. It's safe to say there should be an epic battle happening this week.
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So, after two episodes of slow build up, we're finally going to get our first battle of Game of Thrones season eight.
It depicts the Battle of Winterfell, which took an unprecedented 55 nights to film, with the cast enduring challenging conditions. Some of them will be down in the crypts.
In this picture, we have Dany and Jon overseeing the battle from higher ground.
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So while everyone is expecting him to show up at Winterfell, the Night King could instead be flying to King's Landing in order to kill everyone there and create yet another army of the dead in the south-an army that whoever survives the battle in the north will ultimately have to conquer.
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. The dragons will play a major role when the Night King's army lays siege to the castle so having them in place is crucial to the fight. We also get an image of Sansa and Arya Stark seeming to confer atop the castle fortifications. He may also not want to risk losing his great weapon (dragon), who he tends to reserve for surprise attacks, such as taking out The Wall.
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. It would be a shocking ending to find out that after such a win for humanity, it turns out that they only fought one part of the NK's army, that he was willing to sacrifice, in his plans to overtake all of the seven kingdoms.
"In honor of Easter, I guess Game of Thrones wanted the storyline to have a little Easter bunny hop hop hoppin' into that p***y".
What do you reckon is going to happen?