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Game of Thrones season 7 finale synopsis: The Dragon and the Wolf

Game of Thrones season 7 finale synopsis: The Dragon and the Wolf

Those limitations have become less stringent in Game of Thrones season 7, as Jon Snow received a crow from Tyrion Lannister in the blink of an eye and then Daenerys was able to nearly instantly fly in and save the King Of The North and his posse in Beyond The Wall.

Let's take a look at who those characters might be, given all who've bitten the dust since the outset of Season 6.

A Reddit user Teamkhaleesi claims to have sourced Game of Thrones Season 7 Finale detailed outline, which could be very much similar to the final script. Will the long-speculated Cleganebowl finally happen, potentially killing off our beloved Hound (Rory McCann)? "We thought Jon Snow was going to be dead but then he came back to life in the next season", Mr Smith said. After Bran Stark had a vision of his father at the Tower of Joy, though, one major theory about Jon's mysterious parents were confirmed. Look no further than previous year, where we saw a Red Wedding-esque massacre at the hands of Cersei.

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"Game of Thrones" costume designed Michele Clapton is the brilliant mind behind the series' iconic looks - and she outdid herself with a new winter coat for Daenerys Targaryen. That historic first meeting feels like forever ago - and frankly, even within the single space of this season, it won't be the most important meeting in recent Game of Throneslore. This is highly supicipous since she set up this meeting and she is presumably "the dragon" from the title. There are speculations that "The Dragon and The Wolf" will be filled with several confirmations, including Jon's true name as well as the flashback to the wedding of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark.

The highly anticipated "Game of Thrones" Season 7 finale's title has just been revealed. With season 7 being so relatively bloodless for Game of Thrones, especially when it comes to main characters, it's probably safe to say that someone will die in the finale.