Things are escalating quickly in the Game of Thrones universe, making this season one of the most exciting ones of the series so far. But flame-broiling a significant chunk of the Lannister army is not without consequences, as these photos released by HBO from the upcoming "Eastwatch" episode attest. A major part of the episode titled "The Spoils of War" featured various alliances and tense reunions.
Game of Thrones S07E05 expectation: Will Daenerys turn into the Mad King? . Shortly after the episode aired, he deleted his Twitter because he was getting so much hate.
Jon Snow typically only has two expressions in these preview photos: Angry/confused and worried/confused. He is a true Targaryen and also a Starke.
When Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) returned to Winterfell in last week's episode, viewers were left a little put off by his new, unusual state of mind. The user posits that every time Cersei makes a big play, it costs her big in the long run (see: using the Mountain to beat Oberyn resulted in losing Myrcella, blowing up the sept resulted in Tommen killing himself).
Finally, episode 5 could just show us a little more about the progress of the White Walkers we talk a lot but that we see very little since the beginning of the season.
"[Arya] realizes, 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". But one good thing is that most of the gold from the war has been shipped to King's Landing and can be returned to the Iron Bank. In episode three we also witness Cersi poison Tyene to pay vengeance to Ellaria in retribution for the murder of Cersi's daughter. What's he scheming? Daenerys' interrogation of the shifty spymaster in episode one looms larger now-perhaps she was right not to trust him.
Now that we know the history of Qyburn with his knowledge of poisons, or the "medical arts", along with his involvement in the development of the ballista weapons "Scorpion", what does this mean for Drogon?