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Game Of Thrones season 7 episode 5: new images arrive

10 August 2017

In GoT S7E4, Tyrion Lannister advised Daenerys Targaryen to try and find an alternative to war and win the Iron Throne. But while The Spoils Of War kept to that concept, it delivered some much-needed scenes of Stark emotion and such a devastating, high-stakes clash as its big finish that we can overlook the chafing format. Christ, how many times has that phrase been used this season? We're looking at real explosions. When she swoops into battle above the charging Dothraki, it's hard not to cheer for her.

Along with the gold, the Lannisters were bringing back food stores from the rich agricultural lands in Highgarden.

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In the wake of the battle, we were left with some serious cliffhangers. I am no dragon favoritest, but Drogon is clearly the top dog out of Dany's three and I can't see Drogon going anywhere before Dany at least attempts to take King's Landing. The final image of the episode was Jaime sinking into deep water beside the field where the Dothraki just pilloried his army.

The pitch reads: 'Arya will be more forgiving... until she realises, with terror, that she has fallen in love with Jon, who is not only her half-brother but a man of the Night's Watch, sworn to celibacy.

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Could both Jaime Lannister and Bronn be captured as hostages? "Flee, you idiot", mutters Tyrion from a distance, but Jaime is beyond hearing range. The Mother of Dragons will be betrayed thrice: one for blood, one for gold, and one for love.

Do not mess with her dragons. Danaerys pulled the arrow out. The dragon functions like a Boeing-sized flame-thrower that can fly.

Episode titles inform us about what's to come.

We'd guess not, as he's the sort of character they'd want to kill definitively.

Of the eight images, not one of them focuses on the upcoming battle between the living and the dead at Eastwatch-By-The-Sea. This is potentially quite telling: Since season seven began, it's been hinted that the White Walkers will begin their assault on Westeros at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea, the seaside fortress on the Wall's eastern end, now defended only by Tormund Giantsbane and his wildling soldiers. The paintings depict the Children of the Forest banding together with the First Men to fight the White Walkers during the first Long Night.

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The heart-pounding battle scene was brilliant - with Dany swooping over the Lannister army, raining down fire - but it also made us realise how divided our loyalties are. The Brotherhood of Banners may also be heading there to play a significant role in whatever standoff occurs. Let's see if dragon queen will join hands with Jon and let go of "bend the knee" rant.

And after a week off, Sam and his studies in Oldtown will return with Gilly.

Whether Jaime Lannister survived his tumble into the lake or not, the focus of the fifth episode of Game of Thrones season 7 appears to be shifting north. "Eastwatch" is a reference to one of the manned castles on the Wall.

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