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Ed Sheeran Probably Did Not Die in This Week's Game of Thrones

12 August 2017

In the preview, Varys asks Tyrion, "We need to find a way to make her listen". In fact, Jon Snow's first interaction with Drogon could be the moment when characters starts to wonder if Jon has Targaryen blood.

But, to give him his dues, his character did share his own measley bit of rabbit with badass Faceless girl Arya Stark, and despite being a Lannister he seemed like a nice guy. And although Drogon and some of his flames might've been added in post, much of what we see is real. After Daenerys battle she the came back on dragon stone and she approaches right toward to Jon Snow with her dragon. And if Jon returns to the North to protect his people, can we finally expect revelation about his parents? Based on his warm clothing he looks like he might be ready to head back home.

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"Remember who you are, Daenerys". Refusal will mean certain death.

When Dany enters the House of the Undying in the second book, "A Clash of Kings", she has a vision of what seems to be her older brother Rhaegar speaking to a woman nursing a newborn baby.

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Cersei Lannister's debt will be paid. We've got our icy fingers crossed we're due for some white walker action in a scene HBO won't even hint at. The pair have said before they don't want Westeros to burn, so could they be discussing the recent fire-filled battle? So, the big battle against the Night's King will begin soon. In the last episode, Dany went off-script and chose to launch an offensive on Jaime and the Lannister army in the Reach, against Tyrion's better judgment. For an episode named after the Night's Watch castle now being manned by Tormund and the wildlings, there's nary a glimpse of it to be found. The episode 4 "The Spoils of War" has left us with plenty to think about.

We should also point out that Jaime often tries to avoid a conflict (remember Riverrun?), therefore he might have thought that killing Daenerys would have suddenly ended a war that is going to cost who knows how many lives. Fans will recall that this is the same dagger that nearly killed Bran and was used by Littlefinger to threaten Ned Stark (Sean Bean) in season 1.

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