The Battle of Winterfell is over and now a new chapter for Westeros begins.
Click through the slideshow to see who died during the Battle of Winterfell...
That is, until Arya Stark jumped in and saved the day for the heroes. That is, until the next Big Battle that is on the anvil.
Game of Thrones season eight aired its third episode on HBO this evening, and it featured a very shocking moment involving the Night King.
However, this victory is achieved at a huge cost as some of our favourite characters bit the dust, and one particularly pesky antagonist too. We think her death will be a Lord Walder Frey-type trap by the show.
Our courageous little, sharp-tongued girl died while bravely defending the fortress. Lyanna, being the fighter that she is, got up and started running towards the giant.
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This week, we're talking about character deaths. He carried out his objective and died in the process. Salute, courageous little girl! It's always sad when a pet that can breathe blue flame and make magical Walls crumble dies. Beric rescues her but he gets stabbed multiple times in the process. She pointed out that the Lord of Light kept bringing Beric back for a objective, which was now fulfilled. Melisandre, who was in the same room, tells Arya that he has served his goal. Theon died protecting Bran, but the Night King was ready to slaughter him.
The army of the dead, including the undead Viserion, fell as soon as the Night King - who was the one who had turned them - did, rescuing most of our heroes from nearly certain death.
Meanwhile, the Night King and his cronies march on Theon and Bran. The last image of Daenerys in the episode shows her with Drogon and the dead Jorah in her lap among a sea of dead White Walkers. The most significant casualty of course was - sorry Dolorous Edd - the Night King, cut down by Arya and her super-knife.
The most popular theory states that when the Night King attacks, he'll be using his powers to raise the dead Starks within the crypts to attack the living. He stopped her hand, and Arya dropped the dagger.
MVP: It has to be Arya once again, the Night Kingslayer.
In Season 6 Bran Stark learned the Children of The Forest had created the Night King in a bid to protect themselves and the forest from the First Men. But, what does this mean for her love triangle with Jamie Lannister and Tormund Giantsbane? God, let him be alive!
Elsewhere, Jon is battling the ice breathing Viscerion while Ser Jorah Mormont and Dany are fighting and taking on hordes of wights. Did Jon Snow's faithful direwolf survive while Jon was out riding Rhaegal during the battle? Today we saw him running into battle with the Dothraki.