And it's because of this that some fans are certain she will be one of the fatalities in the third episode, which will see the Battle of Winterfell begin. Now that the first two episodes are out, fans are coming up with their own theories regarding what is going to happen in the upcoming episodes of the show. As we know by now, statues in the crypt are tributes to the dead.
Concerned fans have spotted a major problem for the next episode ofGame of Thrones - and it all concerns the crypts of Winterfell.
With his sister Yara's blessing, Theon chose to return to fight alongside Jon Snow and Daenerys against the White Walkers and Ice Dragon, instead of fleeing to the Iron Islands. It's the middle of the night and the camera zooms out from the castle. Bran Stark, who is now the three-eyed raven, declares ominously that the Night King, the leader of the undead, wants to wipe off all human civilisation along with the memory of it - the latter Bran says is him. But it's not him. They don't have a way of killing the Night King, and even if they did, they may not know that the trick to stopping the army of the dead is to kill its general. After all, he's got one as well, and it would make flawless sense. For instance, is the show trying to tell us that the Night King won't be at the Battle of Winterfell at all?
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As a sports reporter, Tennant had regular contact with Walton because he was a lead analyst covering the Lakers for SportsNet. The NBA said it is working with the Kings on gathering more information. "And I have spent years now dealing with this".
Game of Thrones is the big fish on TV on Sunday, and no one really sees that changing until the series goes off the air for good. Rather than hitting Winterfell with all the might of his army, undead dragon included, he'll steer Viserion to a different objective, one that you might not necessarily expect: King's Landing. He will ride along with his dragon to King's Landing and destroy everyone there.
Game Of Thrones is gearing up for a huge battle that will probably see a lot of our favourites die. Digging into Season 8 Episode 2, there's also a wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the shooting of the fireplace scene and subsequent knighting of Brienne of Tarth, with insight from the actors involved and director David Nutter.