Here's How Game Of Thrones Pulled Off Its Massive Dragon Attack

Pierre Vaugeois
Août 9, 2017

We'll let you decide whether or not that's a good thing.

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From this little trailer, we already know that Daenerys didn't burn ALL of the Lannister soldiers, Jon will be getting closer to the dragons and Sansa (or another Stark sibling) has informed their brother about Bran's visions.

If Jon returns to Winterfell, it would see all the remaining Stark children reunite since their last get-together in season 1, which was six years ago. According to co-showrunner David Benioff, the fourth episode of the seventh season set more stuntmen on fire than have ever been simultaneously set on fire.

Littlefinger tries to scheme and get into Bran's good books but fails as Bran reminds reveals to Littlefinger that he knows all about his role in Ned's death.

"It took a few hours for us to get serious and actually do it", she added. After waiting for this moment for years, it was a ideal moment of satisfaction - something Game of Thrones tends to refuse its viewers.

When Littlefinger presented Bran with the dagger that had almost been used to kill him back in season 1, Bran spouted one of Littlefinger's own lines back at him: "Chaos is a ladder", he said, having never heard it in person.

A 50% accuracy rating against dragons is not too bad, considering. Bran, sorry, we mean The Three Eyed Raven talks purely in cryptic mutters. How are you not dead yet? There was fire and blood, and who could want anything more?

Game of Thrones has finally given a win to the Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen, one of the claimants of the coveted Iron Throne. It was stylistically phenomenal, and I was tense throughout the whole thing.

Though he didn't explicitly state whether Jaime will live to see another day or slay another person he claims to be a usurper, Coster-Waldau hinted that he "can't imagine" a happy ending for Jaime, given his tumultuous relationship with Cersei (Lena Headey). When the silence ends the episode like a mic drop.

Despite knowing for months before the air date that Ed Sheeran was set to have a cameo in Game of Thrones season 7, we weren't really prepared for it.

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