'Game of Thrones': New Season 7 Images Tease "Stormborn" Alliances

Lawrence Kim
July 20, 2017

In the first episode of Season 7, Arya told a group of Lannister soldiers she was heading to King's Landing after The Twins. In this one, Tyrion is clearly giving his opinion.

At Oldtown, Sam has started the process of learning more about holding back the magical threat that is moving against all of Westeros.

You can check out the preview for "Stormborn", which runs for 59 minutes (the same as the season premiere), below. I'm sure whatever proposal the Maester ignores this week will happen anyway. But nevertheless, the latest season offers many exciting things to come.

We haven't seen the amateur baker since season 4 (and with Arya since season 3), but as far as we know he's still alive and baking direwolf-shaped bread. That's the sign of an Inn.

Littlefinger is also believed to be one of the few characters in the show who is aware of Jon's true lineage.

This is where some eagle-eyed fans, like those at Huffington Post, noticed that Sansa actually paid tribute to Cersei in a bigger way during the episode-by rocking her iconic, pre-Sparrow-head-shaving hairdo. The way they use it to their advantage is by weaving storylines together. That's Jon down in the crypt, probably visiting Ned's grave. The major players in the battle are Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Ramsay Bolton.

And considering we saw Littlefinger thrown against a wall in the trailer, does this suggest it's Jon's reaction to Littlefinger's hints being taken the wrong way? Hm. While Jon Snow gives the episode its #woke moment when says the North can't be defended with only half the population fighting, Lady Mormont goes, "I don't plan on knitting by the fire while men fight for me". Was she left in charge?

Tyrion doesn't look super excited in this shot, not that he usually is, but could there be another participant on the other side of the strategy table he's not happy with?

Jon also appears in a second still from the episode, mounted on horseback along with Davos Seaworth and some other northmen, as they prepare to ride out of a snowy Winterfell. Perhaps this is the revolt he's facing.

HBO reports that 16.1 million viewers tuned into the "GoT" Season 7 premiere, which makes it the 44-year-old pay channel's most-watched series debut to date, the Daily News said.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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