In the fourth episode of Game of Thrones Season 7, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen look at ancient cave paintings while exploring the dragon glass mines on Dragonstone. Daenerys riding on dragonback, laying to waste the Lannister and Tarly armies, gave us one of the biggest moments in Game of Thrones history, culminating in Drogon getting injured and Jamie Lannister sinking to the bottom of a lake. Combined with Tyrion scouring the Highgarden battlefield, it looks like we won't have to wait long to discover if Jaime survived his impromptu swim in the river.
Terri Schwartz is Editorial Producer at IGN. But, in the trailer, we see Varys counseling Tryion make Daenerys listen to him.
Last week threw an unexpected, massive battle at us featuring a dragon. A major part of the episode titled "The Spoils of War" featured various alliances and tense reunions.
After pushing Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) out of a window in the "Game of Thrones" premiere ― an act that has pretty much led to everything in the series ― Jaime's Season 7 fall to watery depths visually parallels Bran's fall at Winterfell. "It's not going to end well for Jaime Lannister, I can't imagine".
I'm particularly anxious about Cersei's morose pose, sitting alone in the bed so recently shared openly with her brother for the first time.
Tyrion and Daenerys who are seen standing together at the High Garden with the remaining Lannister soldiers suggest the scene were Khaleesi will be offering them with two options, bend the knee or face death.
As for whether or not he's right, we'll probably find out in a few episodes one way or another.
Though the movie has tons of old school battles to draw inspiration from, the showrunners took inspiration from Apocalypse Now when they had Daenerys driving in with her dragon.
Meanwhile, Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) is totally drinking the Khaleesi-Aid.