The great Battle of Winterfell is here.
The episode 3 trailer features a terrified Arya (Maisie Williams) being chased by some force out of the frame, which we can assume is not human as the girl is fearless when it comes to her fellow man. It's safe to say the body count in this episode will be high, and there's a new undercurrent of tension to boot between Jon and Dany now that he's told her his secret.
On the cusp of the battle of all battles onGame Of Thrones, Easter Sunday's "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms" second episode of the final season of the HBO blockbuster had a lot of drinking, a lot of talk about death and some mixed messages viewershipwise. You can also stream all Game of Thrones episodes on Now TV. We see Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow seemingly far above the action, watching it unfold, as well as Tyrion Lannister and Varys huddled down below, in the safety (or, rather, the pseudo-safety) of the Stark crypts.
Grey Worm was then shown putting on his battle helmet as war was about to begin.
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Quick clips showed Arya sprinting, a howling dragon and Theon firing a flaming arrow. Well, back in Game of Thrones season 4, when Bran Stark was being ushered North to meet the Bloodraven, he touched a weirwood and had a set of visions.
Ser Brienne of Tarth may not be interested, but we are.
The next episode of "Game of Thrones" is the longest of the entire series and now there have been a few photos released teasing what lies ahead...