Game of Thrones Season 7: What's With That Dagger?

Danny Woods
August 10, 2017

Things are escalating quickly in the Game of Thrones universe, making this season one of the most exciting ones of the series so far.

First and foremost, little Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) finally returned to Winterfell (reminder: she hasn't seen her ancestral home since the second episode of Season 1), but she didn't get the grand welcome Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) did. But as the credits rolled, Jaime is sinking like a stone with all his battle armour weighing him down.

"This battle was the most fire-intensive one we've had", director David Benioff said, with the episode requiring more stuntmen to be burned than ever before. Unfortunately, having a nice place to sit isn't doing much for her these days. Is that because we want Jaime to survive?

The would-be queen doesn't attack the people of King's Landing, but she goes ahead and join a mainly Dothraki attack on the armies of the Lannisters and Tarlys, leading the charge from the back of her strongest dragon. Toppling into the water hardly seems a fitting death for Jaime, though. And we couldn't imagine a more fitting homecoming - especially if his arms are swole AF after all that cross-continental rowing. The Dothraki Horde has finally met the Lannister army on the field of battle.

The pitch reads: 'Arya will be more forgiving... until she realises, with terror, that she has fallen in love with Jon, who is not only her half-brother but a man of the Night's Watch, sworn to celibacy.

Are the Starks falling apart? There is no favoritism shown, nothing but pure love for all three. And the total ingrate barely said "thanks" to poor Meera, even though she dragged him through the snow for weeks and her brother died trying to save him.

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If Jon knows that, Bran must've mentioned his vision and sent a warning raven.

The fans of GOT seem to be quite amused with it and have filled social media networking sites with hilarious jokes and memes on the phrase.

Were Jon Snow and Dany flirting? (Jon needs to improve his game: a Westerosi history lesson is hardly good craic). As discussed previously, Jon also has certain traits from his natural father, Rhaegar Targaryen, and he also has a degree of compassion after spending time with Jeor Mormont and Aemon Targaryen at The Wall.

But, in the trailer, we see Varys counseling Tryion make Daenerys listen to him.

You obviously know who Daenerys is, and you'll probably remember Viserys-her putrid brother who eventually got his face melted off by Khal Drogo.

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