In yet another, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) gives her younger sister, Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), an unsettling look as the they stand behind a parapet, which can overlook the surrounding area. But if we don't we're going we're going to lose what makes Game of Thrones cool and that is it feels real - even though it's supernatural and we have dragons.
By stating the above, Melisandre revealed that in season 8, she and Lord Varys are going to die. In case viewers have forgotten, the Night King has a knack for resurrected the dead.
More interesting is when Daenerys says, "The dead are already here", which could mean the army of the dead has breached the walls of Winterfell - or it could mean the dead in the crypts were indeed reanimated and are busy killing the women and children who thought it was so safe down there.
In a first-look photo from episode three, Sansa can be seen with others huddled around her.
Unfortunately for fans there are still three days to go until they can find out if the Catelyn Stark and Melisandre theories are correct. This seems to confirm that, at least for a time, Dany and Jon will be battling their icy invaders from high in the sky.
Jon Snow during the battle.
Daenerys Targaryen: The series is called "A Song of Ice and Fire" - Jon is ice and Daenerys is fire, so they're not dying before the story's resolution.
Brienne of Tarth's entire journey on "Game of Thrones" has been about loyalty and service, so when Jaime Lannister, her faithful travel buddy from season two, took it upon himself to knight Brienne and make her the first female knight in all of Westeros, we knew it was lights out for the beloved character.
Season 8 is still ongoing, of course, so we're asking you to name all the main characters who've died up until the end of Season 7.
The Battle of Winterfell promises to be one of the longest battles in the history of TV. With the Night King and his army reaching the Stark family home in the final seconds, the stage is set for an Episode 3 battle sure to leave several characters six feet under, and devoted fans bruised and battered emotionally. In Season 4, Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) has a vision in the episode, "Breaker of Chains", in which he sees the Throne room desolate and cloaked in a snow-like substance.
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