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Game Of Thrones Fans React To Learning The Night King’s Real Target

Game Of Thrones Fans React To Learning The Night King’s Real Target

HBO has released photos from Season 8, Episode 3 (still untitled, as is the trend in this final season), which brings the Army of the Dead to Winterfell, ready to destroy humankind. Also seen in the crypts is the Lady of Winterfell, Sansa Stark. Yes, apparently as per the latest theory in the last scene we do not see the leader anywhere only his henchmen preparing for the war. She looks glum, sitting all by herself and maybe that is why she joins her sister Arya on the ramparts later. Standing right beside her, is Jaime Lannister, as he had promised. Why are they not with the rest of them? However, part of the difference can be attributed to the fact that there was only one replay of episode 2 within the Nielsen measuring period, whereas the season premiere had two. But why they have not called the dragons to themselves?

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Sansa Stark sitting in the crypts?

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With Game of Thrones coming to an end this season, HBO has been developing prequel and spin-off ideas with A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin and several other writers. We also get an image of Sansa and Arya Stark seeming to confer atop the castle fortifications.

Jon was seen unsheathing his sword before the teaser cut to Dany telling him, "The dead are already here". Courtesy HBO.Kit Harington as Jon Snow.

That would mean an nearly certain end for everyone down there, including Gilly Tarly (Hannah Murray) and her son, Varys (Conleth Hill), as well as Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) - and potentially Davos (Liam Cunningham).