The seventh and final episode of the seventh season of Game of Thrones now has a confirmed title and length, as announced by HBO. Suddenly it's going to be all over when the season finale airs this Sunday, and we'll have a least another year (possibly longer) to wait before we get Season 8.
The Night King may have felled one of Daenyrys' dragons before bringing it back to life to join his own forces in Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones but there is one thing different about the resurrected dragon.
A detailed outline of every episode in season 7 include the finale, intended for internal use and dated April 2016 was posted on Reddit's Game of Thrones spoilers-dedicated subreddit, Freefolk, apparently originating from the HBO hack. All the while, Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) seems as depressed as ever, likely watching everything unfold from his perch as the Three-Eyed Raven. At the summit, that looks like it will be happening in the arena where Oberyn Martell was killed, Jon can be seen saying, "There's only one war that matters and it is here".
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If the history of the series is any indication (cough, cough, 'Red Wedding, ' Tywin Lannister, etc.), then expect some fireworks in the finale and to shed some tears in case one of your favorite characters bites the big one.
Director Alan Taylor, who oversaw Beyond The Wall, has now admitted that the timeline in Game Of Thrones season 7 is "straining plausibility", which comes after dozens of fans questioned just how quickly the events in this season have been unfolding. In fact, the hammer-wielding blacksmith could possibly have a claim to the throne that rivals that of Jon Snow.
Fans are saying that the dragon refers to House Targaryen, while the wolf refers to House Stark.
No, you're not going insane, the current season of Game of Thrones does seem to exist in a dimension where time and space are incredibly flexible.