Comprehensive breakdown of the second Game of Thrones season 6 trailer

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With less than (fewer than?) two weeks remaining until season 6, the second Game of Thrones trailer has arrived and we’re here to break it down for you!

** Speculation and therefore potential spoilers below! **

We open where the last trailer left us: at the Wall with Davos preparing to fight over Jon Snow’s body.

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“I thought he was the man to lead us through the Long Night but I was wrong,” says Tormund Giantsbane over a shot of Jon Snow’s corpse.

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We then transition to Meereen where Tyrion descends the steps of throne room to confront a group of Masters, one of whom looks like Michael Heath’s character, Kesh. “Do you like games, little man?” one of the Masters asks.

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The High Sparrow questions Jaime: “You would spill blood in this holy place?” to which Jaime replies, “the gods won’t mind, they spill more blood than the rest of us combined.”

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Jaime’s last line is played over a shot of Melisandre, which is fitting (albeit in reference to a different god).

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Drogon’s shadow passes over a Dothraki khalasar (presumably the one bringing Daenerys to Vaes Dothrak)

 

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Bran opens his eyes amidst the Weirwood roots in the Three-Eyed Raven’s cave

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On voiceover, Jaqen H’ghar asks Arya who she is and Arya once again replies “No one” as the Waif slaps her, as we saw in the last trailer

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Daenerys is stripped by a group of Dothraki women, most likely the Dosh Khaleen.

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We return to the House of Black and White where we see Jaqen removing the face of a corpse.

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“A girl has been given a second chance,” he tells a blind Arya. “There will not be a third.”

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We get a glorious shot of Sansa bearing the Stark sigil on her dress.

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“It’s all I think about: what was taken from me,” she says over a shot of a sweaty Ramsay Bolton cleaning his blade and Walder Frey toasting his men. Black Walder (the man who cut Catelyn’s throat) is seated next to Walder Frey, confirming the character played by Tim Plester will be returning.

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We get a closeup of Petyr Baelish in the North followed by the wide shot we saw in the first trailer.

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Jorah Mormont inspects the greyscale that’s spreading up his arm as he says, “I know what happens” on voiceover, seemingly in reference to his terminal disease, though perhaps he’s talking about something else (where Dothraki widows go, for example).

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Loras Tyrell languishes in prison. Margaery enters his cell and tries to comfort her brother.

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“There’s no hiding from this. We have to fight,” Davos says on voiceover, as he appears to survey a battlefield outside of Winterfell with corpses burning on Bolton crosses (though the editing may be misleading that that’s actually what Davos is looking at).

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Varys exchanges glances with a red priestess played by Ania Bukstein. She may be the priestess Kinvara, first heard about in auditions. She then walks away from Varys and Tyrion, looking far more confident than they do.

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We get a very foggy establishing shot of Pyke and the image of Euron standing on a rope bridge from the first trailer.

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“Stand at the head of our army where you belong,” Cersei says on voiceover over a shot of Jaime riding through a Lannister camp, in Lannister armor.

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We get a shot of a knight in Targaryen armor fighting a man in Northern- possibly Stark- armor in a Tower of Joy flashback.

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“Show them what Lannisters are, what we do to our enemies,” Cersei says over a tender moment between her and Tommen and a shot of someone approaching the High Sparrow.

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We see the shadow of one person killing another.

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Followed by a shot of FrankenMountain.

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Yara walks along a rocky coastline, looking unhappy.

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An armored Jaime Lannister sits on horseback next to Mace Tyrell and Highgarden soldiers before the steps of the Great Sept of Baelor. He appears higher on the steps in the second shot, approaching the Faith Militant.

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“The real war is between the living and the dead. And make no mistake, the dead are coming” Davos says over a shot of four White Walkers, (perhaps the four horseman who stood on the cliff in “Hardhome?”) one of whom is the Night King.

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Updated to add: Davos is standing in a hall bearing the House Mormont sigil. Recruiting help for the battle ahead? It seems like Sansa may be in the same hall.

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This leads into a rapid fire series of shots, many of which are recycled from previous trailers and teasers:

A perosn is run down beyond the Wall.

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White Walkers approach fire.

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Gilly comforts Sam.

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Yara kisses a slave woman in Volantis (note the woman’s facial tattoo). It looks like the rumors about Yara visiting Volantis may be true.

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The Three-Eyed Raven surveys the aftermath of a battle in a vision, given the absence of snow behind him (he’s clearly not beyond the Wall) and what appear to be corpses on the ground.

Given what we know of filming and the terrain behind him, he is witnessing the events at the Tower of Joy.

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Tormund unsheathes his sword in battle.

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Sansa looks alarmed.

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Arya gets knocked to the ground while sparring (presumably with the Waif, though she isn’t clear in the shot) and then springs back up.

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Ramsay Bolton smiles before battle.

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Archers and flags bearing the sigil of House Umber to the right

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Cersei embraces Jaime.

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The Sons of the Harpy turn to look at something as they bend over corpses.

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Theon cries in front of someone who looks an awful lot like Yara.

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Brienne and Pod look worried in Riverrun (going by the Tully banner in the foreground).

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A Sparrow is killed by a knight who, based on his size and armor, is FrankenMountain.

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Drogon soars.

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After the montage, we see Tyrion, Varys, Grey Worm and Missandei together in the council room. “Dragons do not do well in captivity,” Tyrion says. “How do you know this?” Missandei asks. His answer is quintessentially Tyrion: “That’s what I do. I drink and I know things.”

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We get some more shots of a battle between wildling and Bolton forces. One of the flags to the right bears the Mormont sigil.

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Someone grabs Pod around the neck at Riverrun though, judging by the jaw line of the “attacker,” it’s likely just Bronn messing with him.

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Wun Wun breaks down a door at the Wall.

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Meera looks up at something and reaches for her spear.

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A bloody hand smears a wall. It’s most likely Arya, since the shirt sleeve matches the one she’s wearing when she leaps off the balcony in the first trailer.

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The trailer concludes with Tyrion achieving his childhood dream of coming face-to-face with dragons … though Viserion and Rhaegal don’t seem too pleased.

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So, what did you think about the trailer? What were you most excited to see? What were you most disappointed not to see? Tell us below.

294 responses

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    1. What if Blackfish stays hidden with a small garrison in Riverrun´s secret chambers after surrendering the castle to Jamie?

      Old man Walder and Lannisters come there to feast and celebrate (their weapons not in hand ofcourse) only to find out some Tully soldiers are still there.

      And the massacre begins …:)

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    2. Probably worthwhile calling out there are lots of Lannister soldiers with the Freys in that picture too. This picture has me most intrigued as I suspect it won’t end well for those in attendance.

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    3. I just checked the chair Walder Frey is sitting on is the same as the one in the Red Wedding, meaning that scene with him and Lannisters feasting is the Twins not Riverrun.

      I guess due to budget they filmed in a smaller set, and lets face it its not like anyone will notice the hall and the entry doors into it are smaller than they were wayyy back in season 3.

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    4. Also I’m 99% sure that the Sparrow getting beaten badly by the Ser Robert Strong is the same one who was with Lancel in the first trailer so this is likely the aftermath of Cersai’s “I choose violence” declaration.

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    5. “Do you like games, little man?” one of the Masters asks.

      That is not one of the Masters. It’s a voiceover. The voice is Ramsay Bolton’s.

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    6. Kay,

      Kay: That is not one of the Masters. It’s a voiceover. The voice is Ramsay Bolton’s.

      Yes, it’s definitely Iwan. I think he’s talking to Rickon.

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    7. Man that Tormund line about Jon ‘ s death really is a solid effort by GOT to convince viewers he really is. Gave me chills.

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    8. The trailer is awesome. I’m definitely pumped for S6 (actually I was before but even moreso now).

      One thing that occurs to me is that we haven’t recently (or maybe never) seen anything with

      Randyl Tarly nor with any younger actors that could be Ned, Robert, etc.

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    9. The shot of Davos talking about how “the dead are coming”, whose banners are those in the background? It looks like a badger or something on a yellow field. House Hufflepuff?

      Seriously though, I wonder where he is or who he’s talking to.

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    10. I am wondering if the title for episode 3 is right. Until I hear/read it from WotW, I don’t believe it. But…if it is….I think it is 3 that we will see us some Oathbreaking by one Mr. Jon Whateverthehellheturnsouttobe.

      The trailer is about the best one I think I have ever seen for anything at anytime. Not just GoT’s. Almost too much for sensory overload. I wrote, almost. 😉 Just fantastic and perfect timing as only a handful of people saw the season 1 premiere last night, this throws some huge crumbs to the rest of us.

      For some reason I am not anxious about Tyrion going to look at the two dragons. I am seriously anxious for Bastardbowl and how many potential deaths there could be there. Both sides. Did I miss any shots of Roose in this new trailer? Hmmmmm. Either way two weeks, while it seems impossible, it is just around the corner. We are going to make it and I … like many others… think this is going to be the best year for GoT’s ever. *off to watch the trailer for like the 10th time*

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    11. Are we sure Tormund is talking about Jon not being able to lead them through the long night? What if he is talking about Mance being gone? And is in fact rallying the wildings to help Jon Snow take down the Boltons?

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    12. Thanks for the breakdown; it’s amazing how much I missed.

      I’m really excited about this season, because apart from one or two things I know pretty much nothing. It really is beautiful being (almost) unsullied again.

      Jack Bauer 24,
      Give them a chance! I suspect they’ve held back a bit (wisely) as we’re all discussing the trailer at the moment, so it would probably be missed by a lot of people. We’ll probably get it in an hour or so once the hype over the trailer dies down a little.

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    13. Does Tyrion’s torch go out in the end? Looks like 2 different scenes. You can see Rhaegal in the same shot as Tyrion, but then it goes dark for the close up when he breathes fire.

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    14. Greg,

      Greg:
      The shot of Davos talking about how “the dead are coming”, whose banners are those in the background? It looks like a badger or something on a yellow field. House Hufflepuff?

      Seriously though, I wonder where he is or who he’s talking to.

      I think it’s the bear of House Mormont

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    15. Hehahh,

      Hehahh:
      Are we sure Tormund is talking about Jon not being able to lead them through the long night? What if he is talking about Mance being gone? And is in fact rallying the wildings to help Jon Snow take down the Boltons?

      I agree, he’s talking about Mance. He will be the one to convince the free folk to march with Jon.

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    16. The photo where Sansa looks alarmed…..I wonder if she’s at Castle Black. It looks very dark.

      What are those flowers embroidered on Sansa’s dress next to the wolf? Blue roses?

      Bloodraven looks devastated in that close-up. Such great acting from one screencap alone!

      I’m going to throw a wild guess and say that after the Wildlings get trapped by the Bolton shields, Jon comes in with the cavalry. Tormund seems to be reacting to something that’s not the shields.

      Is it confirmed we’re getting a flashback or a vision of the Mad King?

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    17. Game of hype:
      Man that Tormund line about Jon ‘ s death really is a solid effort by GOT to convince viewers he really is. Gave me chills.

      Totally. I think he’s referring to Mance and not Jon though. If so its a nice bit of misdirection by HBO.

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    18. The scene of Davos is in the same Hall as sansa in the first trailer. Mormont sigil in the background x3.

      So sansa and Davos on bear island together

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    19. The question is who are the two other horsemen sitting beside Davos on the hill behind the Wildling and Mormont advance? The tree line seen behind Davos in the mid shot of Davos earlier matches that in the wide shot from behind Bolton shields.

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    20. Hoyti Von Totiy,

      I couldn’t see the rafters from The Twins and the room didn’t seem wasn’t as large as the twins (more of a rectangle shaped room than a square, you can observe the Twins easily in S03E10 during the murder cleanup). Riverrun is considered a cushier castle, right? Why wouldn’t Frey just have his lackeys shlep his chair there for him? I smell some revenge killings.

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    21. Wow!

      I haven’t had a chance to spend too much time here, so I missed the talk of Yara in Volantis. Are we too assume they’re combining Victarion with her instead of with Euron as previously assumed? In any case, it looks like she’s borrowing Littlefinger’s magic carpet. First she’s on the Iron Islands, then she’s in the north with Reek, then she’s in Volantis.

      “Dragons don’t do well in captivity” Definitely one of those lines with double meaning. It seems like an allusion to Dany as well.

      I think Davos’ line about the dead coming confirms that Jon will be resurrected and he’ll help Melisandre do it. Nice troll job HBO is doing still rubbing our faces in his death though!

      With no Lady Stoneheart, how is revenge visited upon the Freys? Is Brienne bringing Sansa to the Riverlands? I doubt they’d bother bringing them back on the show if something wasn’t about to go down. My improbable fantasy is that Sansa has a sister reunion of sorts with Arya by meeting up with Nymeria and her wolf pack and getting some revenge Stark style.

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    22. The shadow of a man stabbing another man in the back might just be a flashback to Jaime killing the Mad King. I’m surprised that hasn’t been brought up here before.

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    23. Obviously it’s Black Walder on the right of Walder Frey, but the person to the left of Walder Frey is Lame Lothar (Tom Brooke), correct?

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    24. HBO just deleted their first trailer for Season 6, the one with 30+ millions views. Boooooo !
      What’s the point behind this ?

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    25. RE: The shadow murder.

      Is this Jaime and Aerys? Because the far right shadow looks like it could be the Iron Throne and the archway above it resembles the ones in the Great Hall…

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    26. Abyss:
      Bringing the gifs over to add to the breakdown.

      LOL. Wonderful Gif’s and very clever captions as well. “Just die, dude” and Arya doing a front flip repeatedly is great. They all are!! You deserve a hug for that (((hugs)))

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    27. Hoyti Von Totiy:
      I just checked the chair Walder Frey is sitting on is the same as the one in the Red Wedding, meaning that scene with him and Lannisters feasting is the Twins not Riverrun.

      I guess due to budget they filmed in a smaller set, and lets face it its not like anyone will notice the hall and the entry doors into it are smaller than they were wayyy back in season 3.

      As far as I can recall Riverrun was the only castle we saw with wooden panels on the walls.

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    28. I think the silhouetted image might be a flashback to Jaime killing the Mad King. Notice the pillars and blue doorways – matching the throneroom, not the bare stone chamber that the High Sparrow is in. The editing of the trailer just tricks you into assuming they’re from the same scene.

      …why did they change the Mormont sigil?

      Yes, clearly a Volantis tattoo on the prostitute’s face. Good that we’ll see more of Volantis next season in some fashion. Didn’t get nearly enough in Season 5 — though what I hear from the DVD commentary I commend the production team on squeezing it in as best they could; they had ZERO time or resources left for new sets, so they cleverly reworked a hodgepodge of sets and props from other sets to make Volantis (if you look really hard, a lot of the costumes are a mix of Meereen and Vale ones, slightly recut).

      Overall a great trailer. And WOTW’s official breakdown matches with what we were all picking apart in the comments section.

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    29. Two things:

      The shot of two silhouettes, one stabbing the other in the back, seems to be a flashback to Jamie killing King Aerys. Note the iron throne silhouette in the ride side of the shot.

      Anyone notice the giant horn on the Night King’s back in the four horseman shot? Horn of Winter location revealed?!?

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    30. Matt:
      Pacman,

      That was my thought too. The horn of Joramun?

      I don’t think so. To me, the color is like the weapons of the Frozen Four. It looks like a hilt and start of a sort of curved frozen blade.

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    31. Hehahh:
      Are we sure Tormund is talking about Jon not being able to lead them through the long night? What if he is talking about Mance being gone? And is in fact rallying the wildings to help Jon Snow take down the Boltons?

      I think Tormund is talking to Jon after he is rezzed about him thinking that Mance will lead them through the Long Night. It cuts off on him when he was about to say more, i think he then says “it’s you” or something idk. Just speculation.

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    32. RE RIVERRUN: The person pulling Pod back might be Bron but it might equally be any number of the brothers without banners. Book readers know what will happen to Pod. Maybe this is a proxy version of that.

      Re SHADOW MURDERS: I thought this was F’n Mountain being stabbed by one of the seven’s thugs. He does of course not die but instead turns to kill who ever is responsible and then continues on his merry way. I think this because the slighter figure seems to be the one holding the sword and stabbing the armored figure.

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    33. The Dragon Demands: …why did they change the Mormont sigil?

      Probably because dark broen or black on dark green is a combination that is difficult to read, so a dark colour on a bright coulour works much better on a fast moving visual medium, I’d guess.

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    34. OMG!!!!! Just saw the trailer in high def. In the clip @1:24 mark,where Sansa is looking alarmed, she is looking at Jon Snow! We can only see profile of the person she is looking at,only ear & part of a beard,but that beard looks hell lot like Jon Snow’s! The scene is unusally dark,but the beard can be seen, & I dont think there is anyone else with that glorious beard in the north.

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    35. Were Aryas eyes not white in the first pic when she gets slapped by the waif?. Guess she’s not blind all season:)

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    36. Hehahh,

      That was my thought too. It might be misdirection in the editing and I hope when we hear the line it will be in a difference context or it is

      pre-Jon res.

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    37. coronaprince:
      The shadow of a man stabbing another man in the back might just be a flashback to Jaime killing the Mad King. I’m surprised that hasn’t been brought up here before.

      Maybe this is one of

      Bran’s.

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    38. Rich Stark:
      OMG!!!!! Just saw the trailer in high def. In the clip @1:24 mark,where Sansa is looking alarmed, she is looking at Jon Snow! We can only see profile of the person she is looking at,only ear & part of a beard,but that beard looks hell lot like Jon Snow’s!

      How can you see that? Its pitch black in the area Sansa is looking at ahaha.

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    39. Laughed hard at this comment on the new trailer ahahaha.

      “Poor tyrion. they forgot to tell him that there are two dragons guarding the wine in the basement. But surely his magic cock will protect him”

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    40. Wondering what happened to Osha and Shaggydog if Rickon is back.

      And if

      Rickon dies that means he, Osha and the direwolf dies in the books at Skagos and Davos comes back without them?

      Atleast i hope Davos will come back from there. lol

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    41. Has any body commented in the wide shot outside WF. Their are a shit load more that two crosses burning. I think they’ve got any one who was an old stark person and burnt them and perhaps some distrusted allies, along with Roose and wife.

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    42. I’m worried for Loras. Like Margaery is watching him and then embracing him before she renounces him and his “sins” to gain her freedom. I don’t know…she looks guilty to me.

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    43. JCDavis,

      Thanks for the hug. I just realised that I fucked somthing up and because of that the gifs look a lot darker then they should be (probably a color range problem). – As if the trailer wasn’t dark enough already… Oh, well…

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    44. Thank you so very much for doing the frame by frame. Work much appreciated.
      In the shot of the horse mounted person striking the running “wildling” dressed person, with a burning flail,to the right is a large pack with a small person hiding behind it. The next shot is Meera looking up. Show version of Coldhands? Not grasping, just wondering.

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    45. Anyone Still having doubts that the hand near the fireplace we got in both trailers is not dany ..you can clearly see the fireplace in those photos where dany is stripped .

      iam starting to believe either dany starts fire herself

      or orders Drogon to burn down the Hut

      that look dany gives when she is being striped ..somebody tell those dosh khaleens to not to wake the dragons and dragons dont do well when they are held as a captive

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    46. Notice the expression on Meera’s face when she sees who is riding on the horse (and just zapped a wight with a fireball). Seems like she (a) recognises him and (b) is delighted to see him. It doesn’t look like an expression of bewilderment or uncertainty.

      That could just mean it’s someone she meets earlier in this season. Or it could mean that the mystery knight is someone she knows very well. Of all the things I’m fascinated by, one of the most curious is finding out who this is.

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    47. Connor,

      Except its not pitch black! I downloaded 720p version of the promo &am watching it on TV. She is making eye contact with someone, who is barely in the frame. Part of the scene is made unusually dark, possibly while making the trailer, but there is someone with a dark beard & dark hair standing there.At first, I thought it was some object in the background, but the face moved when Sansa looked towards him. After seeing it multiple times, I am now all the more sure that’s Jon freakin Snow!!!!

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    48. Arthur,

      that episode is confirmed to have an ending of daenerys which will be of an major importance..and like all the daenerys endings in the past it will be awesome

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    49. Pounce,

      WoTW’s twitter page just tweeted HBO will have more stuff for later today it might be connected but really doesn’t make sense deleting that video

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    50. Hoyti Von Totiy:
      I just checked the chair Walder Frey is sitting on is the same as the one in the Red Wedding, meaning that scene with him and Lannisters feasting is the Twins not Riverrun.

      I guess due to budget they filmed in a smaller set, and lets face it its not like anyone will notice the hall and the entry doors into it are smaller than they were wayyy back in season 3.

      It’s not its riverrun. It’s the same hall where Cat/Edmure/BF/Robb were. The chair is likely just a set piece (or Walders favourite chair… It was clearly described in the books after all).

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    51. Bob Warren:
      Notice the expression on Meera’s face when she sees who is riding on the horse (and just zapped a wight with a fireball). Seems like she (a) recognises him and (b) is delighted to see him. It doesn’t look like an expression of bewilderment or uncertainty.

      That could just mean it’s someone she meets earlier in this season. Or it could mean that the mystery knight is someone she knows very well. Of all the things I’m fascinated by, one of the most curious is finding out who this is.

      Perhaps its Jojen Coldhands??? 🙂

      The only other possibility is her father.

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    52. Kargaryen:
      Pounce,

      WoTW’s twitter page just tweeted HBO will have more stuff for later today it might be connected but really doesn’t make sense deleting that video

      Good lord, I don’t think my brain can take anymore HYPE. I may have a meltdown if more footage is thrown our way.

      But, WTH? Why’d HBO remove the awesome first trailer. I loved the music. Don’t play games, HBO.

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    53. Pounce:
      HBO just deleted their first trailer for Season 6, the one with 30+ millions views. Boooooo !
      What’s the point behind this ?

      Yeah they did. That’s really weird. Can’t find the first trailer on their YT channel. Why would they do that?

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    54. weirwoodtreehugger: “Dragons don’t do well in captivity” Definitely one of those lines with double meaning. It seems like an allusion to Dany as well.

      There is no obvious way that Tyrion would know about this: it’s not like Jorah & Daario have messengers! Instead, I suspect that this is a gun hanging: this is where they’ll remind the audience that Tyrion is very well-learned, and possibly where they will introduce that he’s long been fascinated by dragons. After all, that is finally relevant. (Some people had complained that we should have learned this a while ago, but they would have had to “remind” the audience again this year, so really, what would have been the point?)

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    55. I wonder if Emilia is actually going to do the nude scene, I thought she didn’t want to do that anymore? I don’t mind it at all, of course.

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    56. Jay Targ,

      The hair is all wrong. So, unless Jon’s taken to slicking his hair back (and probably wearing it a lot shorter), that would seem to be someone else.

      Sansa probably will be doing her own thing trying to stir up support from Northerners. We’ve seen the Mormant flag, so they might be a good be. (They also are one of the few Northern houses that could believably side with Wildlings: their enmity is with the Iron Born rather than with the Wildlings.)

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    57. Rich Stark,

      I would love that to be the case and it would explain her look of shock. Good spotting, Rich, if it is, but I really can’t tell. It could easily be Davos.

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    58. Morrigen: The only other possibility is her father.

      I think that the more probable alternative is that people are misinterpreting her expression. I would bet on frightened shock here.

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    59. Apollo: It’s not its riverrun.

      heh, if so, then people’s hopes that we’d be getting that stuff from Crows are dashed! No loss, at least insofar as I can remember: but that is largely because I found it too dull to remember.

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    60. iridium: Yeah, the hair is not his typical style. Is suppose he could be wearing a man bun though. We’ll just have to wait and see…

      True, it could be Jon, but only if he’s not looking like Jon.

      I am suspecting more and more that Jon and Sansa are going to wind up at the Battle of the Bastards separately: they might not unite until then. (I would write “reunite” but are the two of them ever in a scene together?)

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    61. Doesn’t the NK look different in the shot of his and the WW’s approaching the fire? Looks different from the NK sitting on a horse with the Four Horseman.

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    62. Why is nobody talking about the banner behind Davos, when he’s on horseback? The banner of the King in the North and Riverlands! (Since the field is in both white and grey!)

      Does Sansa take up her brothers old claim? (And why would Davos seek her out, if not by orders from a certain relative of hers?)

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    63. AND the fact that Arya’s eyes have returned to their natural state, which seems to contradict what Maisie’s been claiming about having to wear those lenses for most of this season.

      …which means she probably gets her eyesight back after the first few episodes, right?

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    64. Lyanna_Targaryen: I couldn’t see the rafters from The Twins and the room didn’t seem wasn’t as large as the twins (more of a rectangle shaped room than a square, you can observe the Twins easily in S03E10 during the murder cleanup).

      Yeah, the room is completely different from the Red Wedding room or from the room where Frey met with Catelyn. It looks vaguely familiar, so perhaps it is Riverrun. I don’t remember seeing any of the Riverrun rooms solely by torchlight, though, and that makes the comparison tough.

      The chair might be the one that Frey had at the Twins, or he might have had over-month shipping from Rhoyne.com.

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    65. Maybe we’ll have just one episode focus on LSH and the north remembers storyline, as AMC did with the Walking Dead when an episode focus on just one character as they did with Morgan this year.

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    66. Rich Stark:
      http://imgur.com/D0zBWMF
      Looks very much like Jon to me!I just can’t not see it now. Anyways,this is the best I could do with the pics. I’m done obsessing…for now.

      Could be. Though the hair seems wrong. Unless Jon is already sporting the man bun by this scene. Sansa is also looking put together and is wearing the awesome fur and probably the new dress with the direwolf on it. So it is possible that, if it is Jon she’s talking to, this takes place after they’ve gotten new clothes from maybe the Mormonts of Bear Island. Or it could just be Davos or some Northern lord.

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    67. Jay Targ: He might be wearing his hair in a man bun. Sort of how he is in the leaked image from Saintfield

      I thought that the one or two leaked shots of Jon fighting in northern armor had him with his hairdown. Harrington was using the man-bun for a disguise between shots and off-set.

      But, again: that only means that it does not look like Jon even if it is Jon!

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    68. Kargaryen:
      Pounce,

      WoTW’s twitter page just tweeted HBO will have more stuff for later today it might be connected but really doesn’t make sense deleting that video

      More footage????? What!!!!! Ok. I’m ready.

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    69. The shadow stab definitely could be Jaime and Aerys, but I’m not so sure.

      The Iron Throne shadow is definitely there too, but the guy getting stabbed has a cape on, like the KG wear. Would Aerys be wearing something like that? Also, the person doing the stabbing has short hair. Jaime had his long blonde hair back in those days.

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    70. Here’s a brightened version of the trailer (not mine):

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fu6OKqwBdc

      After watching that 1 second of Sansa and Maybe!Jon about a dozen times at x0.25 speed, I have concluded that it is Jon she’s looking at because I want it to be so.

      But, concerning the hairline, sure it doesn’t look like Jon’s hairline, but

      in the leaked photo KH’s hair is back in a bun. I know, it’s been debated almost to death whether that’s KH’s preference or Jon’s new do, but assuming it’s Jon’s then it makes it more likely that Mr Shaded In In The Trailer is actually Jon.

      I need to sleep. Today has had so much hype that I’m drained.

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    71. Fredrik P och F:
      Why is nobody talking about the banner behind Davos, when he’s on horseback? The banner of the King in the North and Riverlands! (Since the field is in both white and grey!)

      Exactly – How will Davos even know who Sansa is, much less be with her if someone doesn’t tell him?

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    72. Wimsey: There is no obvious way that Tyrion would know about this: it’s not like Jorah & Daario have messengers!Instead, I suspect that this is a gun hanging: this is where they’ll remind the audience that Tyrion is very well-learned, and possibly where they will introduce that he’s long been fascinated by dragons.After all, that is finally relevant.(Some people had complained that we should have learned this a while ago, but they would have had to “remind” the audience again this year, so really, what would have been the point?)

      I didn’t mean Tyrion was literally talking about her. I was talking about the show’s propensity to do double meanings. A line during or referring to one storylining having meaning for another.

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    73. This is great – thanks so much. I am obsessing!! They are certainly going out of their way to hide Ian McShane and the new BWB. Aside from the North, this Riverlands story has me itchy. I can’t wait.

      Man, Brienne is going to be in a lot of places this season. I can’t figure out HOW she ends up at Riverrun. Why would she leave Sansa or why would Sansa send her there? Would she think Bran might have run to his mother’s home?

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    74. they casted a young Robert Baratheon (Fergus Leathem), so there will be a battle of the Trident. Trust me, Luke Fergus wont be young Ned, he will be Raeghar.

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    75. PARIS PADILLA,

      Fergus Leathem could also just be young Rodrick Cassel. We may have seen a glimpse of him in one of the HBO featurettes (I’m refering to the scene with the two young boys sparring in the Winterfell courtyard and overseen by some stocky lad)

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    76. Name *,

      yup…thats Jon.. STARK REUNION!!

      I am starting to think though (as someone said up thread) maybe they dont come together until after BastardBowl..maybe they are in Crypts at WF?? maybe he startles her or be telling her what they are getting ready to face (Nights Kings and Co)..

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    77. Fredrik P och F: Why is nobody talking about the banner behind Davos, when he’s on horseback? The banner of the King in the North and Riverlands! (Since the field is in both white and grey!)

      Huh, is it possible that the Blackfish is in the North rather than in the Riverlands?

      weirwoodtreehugger: I didn’t mean Tyrion was literally talking about her. I was talking about the show’s propensity to do double meanings. A line during or referring to one storylining having meaning for another.

      *facepalm* Yes, on re-reading, it now is obvious that is what you meant. I plead brain-cramp. 😀

      And, yeah, it’s possible that it will be set up that way. They do like their double entendres.

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    78. This is pure speculation, but:

      – given the high concentration of episode 1 and 2 stuff in the trailers

      – given the intense secrecy around the season in general and not just the jon issue

      does anyone think they might have cast rhaegar for a flashback, and simply not announced it? just to drop it as a cool thing in episode 8 or 9?

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    79. FWIW, I think that the red haired guy in scene with Jon’s body is the person who had his hands over Jon’s eyes in the first trailer. Probably totally inconsequential, but I lightened a still from the first trailer back when it came out and was wondering who had wavy red hair and might be in the room with Jon. I was thinking maybe Tormund, but I bet it was that guy. So that wasn’t a Mel-resurrecting-Jon moment.

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    80. Ghost: The Iron Throne shadow is definitely there too, but the guy getting stabbed has a cape on, like the KG wear.

      The shadow getting stabbed (at) also has a shield. Or a kite. One of the two.

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    81. PARIS PADILLA: they casted a young Robert Baratheon (Fergus Leathem), so there will be a battle of the Trident.

      There are many other things that they could be doing with a young Robert.

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    82. How can those burning crosses be near Winterfell if we saw in last season that winter HAD arrived and this field is too green?

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    83. Prrrt,
      I think the snow melting is supposed to be the answer to that question. And I assume the big battles takes place weeks/months after the big snow storm.

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    84. Kay: That is not one of the Masters. It’s a voiceover. The voice is Ramsay Bolton’s.

      You seem very sure of that. I disagree.

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    85. Here’s a thought: maybe Tyrion plans to charm the dragons w fire tricks. He will blow on the torch and produces a ball of fire because of all the alcohol he imbibes. ?

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    86. dragonbringer: iam starting to believe either dany starts fire herself

      Yes! I posted a similar thought in the newer thread, before coming back to read this thread. I think there is a possibility she starts the fire herself by overturning/throwing the brazier. The way the camera focuses on her hands on the brazier. And then her dragon arrives, as if on cue.

      Demon monkey: You seem very sure of that. I disagree.

      Sure, why not? It’s a free world…….

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    87. Laura:
      Man, Brienne is going to be in a lot of places this season. I can’t figure out HOW she ends up at Riverrun. Why would she leave Sansa or why would Sansa send her there? Would she think Bran might have run to his mother’s home?

      I think the obvious reason would be to find Arya. She meet and lost Arya, then ‘found’ and started to follow Sansa. Once things calm down a bit and they actually have a moment to talk, Brienne will confess about seeing Arya.

      I speculate that once Sansa starts to take control over her decisions, she will want 2 main things

      1) reunite with family – she knows about Jon, she knows about her little brothers, and Brienne knows about Arya – there should be be some efforts on her part to find out what happened to all of them

      2) take back winterfell – her home, not so she can be queen, but because she wants a part of her old life back and a safe haven

      so far all info points to this…. at least I hope it does 🙂

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    88. phantomstrife:
      The trailer basically confirms

      Surprised there’s not more comments about this. That shot near the end of the new trailer looks exactly like the description you shared. Is that like a legit spoiler or has Sue or anyone discredited it?

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    89. Nobody noticed that the Night King has a fucking giant ice horn on his back??
      Is this the horn of winter??
      And think that this is not his weapon, cause in another shot he’s using a greatsword.

      Fuck…maybe that’s going to be the season finale: the wall going down!

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    90. Henry Gordon: I’m no LSH nut, but what if that’s who Theon’s sobbing before?Amirite?

      I *am* a LSH nut (but a fun, lovable one) and I would say that the only scene one could twist to say it was LSH was the one with a hooded figure confronting Baelish in the snow. But like I said, you’d have to twist pretty hard to even come up with that. I do still believe she *could* show up this season but if she is, we’re not even going to get a whiff of it until it’s in front of our faces. “The dead are coming.” 😛

      (don’t yell at me anyone – I think there’s realistically only a 2.379% chance of her showing up at all. ever.)

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    91. VCPA:
      Nobody noticed that the Night King has a fucking giant ice horn on his back??
      Is this the horn of winter??
      And think that this is not his weapon, cause in another shot he’s using a greatsword.

      Fuck…maybe that’s going to be the season finale: the wall going down!

      Lol – pretty much everyone noticed and it’s been roundly debunked.

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    92. That isn’t Jaime vs Mad King. It’s a sparrow vs The UnMountain. That isn’t a horn, it’s a sword. There’s only a stark banner behind Davos. Kit went through a manbun phase IRL, too. The guy talking to Sansa is shorter than her but most people are. I think Meera is startled by the wights breaking into the cave. The guy twirling fire on horseback looks more like Howland might (hunchback with scraggly hair) than Benjen. Why does Tyrion think there’s a chance the dragons won’t hurt him?

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    93. Henry Gordon,

      It’s Yara. If you look at a lightened copy of the picture, you can clearly see her hair and the square-pieced leather strap over her shoulder that matches other pictures of her clothing.

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    94. Laura: This is great – thanks so much. I am obsessing!! They are certainly going out of their way to hide Ian McShane and the new BWB. Aside from the North, this Riverlands story has me itchy. I can’t wait.

      I also notice not much made of Euron, so far. I assume that’s because it won’t mean much to casual fans, though I seem to recall they promoting the Red Viper quite a bit, and Pedro Pascal wasn’t a famous actor then, either.

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    95. Wimsey,

      We learned it in the books, when the dragon roost (or what ever it’s called) was built in kings landing. It was summarized the dragons taking up residency coincided with their change in size and increased frailty. I’m not sure but I think Tyrion is the one to relay this information, gleaned from his reading.

      As for the allusion to Dany I’d say yes but its for the audience and therefore not a knowing one.

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    96. Laura: Lol – pretty much everyone noticed and it’s been roundly debunked.

      It hasn’t been roundly debunked, and it’s been mentioned 5 other times in this entire thread. No one knows for sure.

      It could be a horn, no one confirmed that the horn Sam found was the horn of Winter/Joramun, and no one knows if that’s the only horn capable of bringing down the Wall. We haven’t seen him wearing anything like this on his back before, and there are other shots of him using a sword as his weapon.

      From a narrative POV, it would fit the style of the show to have Sansa and Jon win a major victory in episode 9, and have the Starks reclaim Winterfell, only for the next episode (and season) to end with the Night’s King destroying the Wall and setting the stage for the real battle to come.

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    97. Wimsey,

      Wimsey, good point. Was there a point in Season 2 perhaps or the beginning of Season 3 where it was mentioned that the last Targaryen dragons were the size of dogs or something like that? I know it did in the books … but somehow I thought it might have made it in the show … where Joffrey was showing Margeary around or something like that … but I’m probably imaging that

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    98. Wimsey,

      Wimsey, I know you’ll be disappointed 😉 but I thought we had pictures of Riverrun

      and Lannister and other tents, the gibbet, etc. from one of the shots people had snuck on to the filming sites and taken late last year

      that confirmed Riverrun (at least part of the AFWC storyline) would play in after episode 5 or 6 or something like that

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    99. Darkrobin,

      I think it was S2 or S3, but it was the scene with Tywin lecturing Joffrey that he shouldn’t be worried about Dany and her dragons, and he mentioned the last one had the head the size of a golf ball, or something.

      EDIT: I guess it has to be S3, since Tywin didn’t reach King’s Landing until end of S2.

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    100. Game of hype,

      I actually believe Jon is dead and definitely not coming back. I don’t believe the red woman will succeed in bringing him back, or Bran & Bloodraven, will bring Jon back. Kit, the actor, is involved in other acting venues…..so I believe the show runners, that Jon is dead. I think we’ll get confirmation that Jon, is indeed Lyanna’s & Rheagar’s son, but tragically, Jon dies before he ever finds out. That’s totally how GRRM rolls. He hates happy and predictable writing styles. He’s even going to have a “bittersweet” ending to his series. Davos will have no other choice but to back, Sansa. That’s why he’s at house Mormont….because the Mormonts will only back a Stark……and any way y’all want to look at it, Jon, dead, undead, resurrected…….he’s still a bastard….not a Stark.

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    101. Bob Warren,

      I actually think the man on the horse is, Hodor…… being controlled by Bran. Cause if Meera is out of the cave, without Bran, then where’s Hodor? Bran probably sent Meera and Hodor out hunting for food, because if you notice, Summer, Bran’s direwolf, isn’t with Meera and the guy on the horse. So it makes total sense that the mystery man on the horse, is none other than, Hodor.

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    102. Davos line in the trailer gives us a hint about Jon coming back. He is speaking about ‘the dead are coming’. He never saw the dead army or a WW or spoke about it.

      Somebody had to convince him they are really coming. Jon Snow is the only one I can think off.

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    103. Just looked at that shot of Sansa and it does appear she is with Jon. I mean compare the figure’s hair to Jon’s leaked photo and you might see some similarities. Besides the guy has just been rezzed we can at least expect him to change his hairdo (make a distinction between jon snow and jon stark since he still thinks he is Ned’s bastard). If this is Sansa and Jon I think it could be after Bastardbowl and Sansa is mourning Rickon so Jon is coming in to comfort her. I keep looking at the NK and don’t know if that is a horn or his weapon.

      NB: I just read that spoilery post the redditor that claimed to be an extra wrote and either the guy has great guessing skills or he was saying the truth.

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    104. Bob Warren,

      I actually think the man on the horse is, Hodor…… being controlled by Bran. Cause if Meera is out of the cave, without Bran, then where’s Hodor? Bran probably sent Meera and Hodor out hunting for food, because if you notice, Summer, Bran’s direwolf, isn’t with Meera and the guy on the horse. So it makes total sense that the mystery man on the horse, is none other than, Hodor.
      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

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      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren:
      Notice the expression on Meera’s face when she sees who is riding on the horse (and just zapped a wight with a fireball). Seems like she (a) recognises him and (b) is delighted to see him. It doesn’t look like an expression of bewilderment or uncertainty.

      That could just mean it’s someone she meets earlier in this season. Or it could mean that the mystery knight is someone she knows very well. Of all the things I’m fascinated by, one of the most curious is finding out who this is.

      Bob Warren:
      Notice the expression on Meera’s face when she sees who is riding on the horse (and just zapped a wight with a fireball). Seems like she (a) recognises him and (b) is delighted to see him. It doesn’t look like an expression of bewilderment or uncertainty.

      That could just mean it’s someone she meets earlier in this season. Or it could mean that the mystery knight is someone she knows very well. Of all the things I’m fascinated by, one of the most curious is finding out who this is.

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren:
      Notice the expression on Meera’s face when she sees who is riding on the horse (and just zapped a wight with a fireball). Seems like she (a) recognises him and (b) is delighted to see him. It doesn’t look like an expression of bewilderment or uncertainty.

      That could just mean it’s someone she meets earlier in this season. Or it could mean that the mystery knight is someone she knows very well. Of all the things I’m fascinated by, one of the most curious is finding out who this is.

      Bob Warren,

      Bob Warren,

      Morrigen,

      Fredrik P och F,

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    105. Laura:
      This is great – thanks so much. I am obsessing!! They are certainly going out of their way to hide Ian McShane and the new BWB. Aside from the North, this Riverlands story has me itchy. I can’t wait.

      Man, Brienne is going to be in a lot of places this season. I can’t figure out HOW she ends up at Riverrun. Why would she leave Sansa or why would Sansa send her there? Would she think Bran might have run to his mother’s home?

      I’m guessing she’s been sent by Sansa to either wreak revenge on the Freys, or to rally support from the Riverlands in the battle for WF (or even the long night). She may even have been despatched to the Vale for aid and heard that Jaime was at RR so went there to enlist his help (maybe breaking her oath in the process).

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    106. I’m very interested to see Bran’s storyline, amongst all the other seemingly amazing ones > <.

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    107. BunBunStark,

      Wimsey,

      As for Jon’s hairdo, I think it matches the hairstyle he has in the leaked photo from set. I always wondered why he had a man bun there,when he was already on set & in full costume…unless that’s how his hair is going to be in that scene. I don’t think hair & makeup people would like him to tie his hair up between takes,because it would mess up his curls & would take forever to get back those flowy locks. So my theory is the “transformed” version of Jon might have a different hairstyle sometimes.

      The other conclusive evidence is the beard,it’s very black & it doesn’t match Davos’ or Theon’s or anyone else of significance, more importantly, it matches Jon’s one hundred percent.

      & Lastly Sansa’s expressions, she is not looking fierce or guarded like in all the other scenes we have seen,it looks like she is genuinely astonished & looking at someone she recognizes & knows.
      & Jon fits the bill.

      I rest my case 😀 I guess,we’ll know for sure in a few weeks.

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    108. “The real war is between the living and the dead. And make no mistake, the dead are coming”

      Davos is taking over the role of JS.

      Who is Littlefinger with in the woods any guesses?

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    109. Rygritte,

      No they are Mormont sigils that turn up again amidst the Wildling army. [ spoiler ]The reason Sansa could be looking down is that she is talking to the ten year old head of house Mormont.[ spoiler ]

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    110. Rich Stark,

      I’m not getting hopes up. I don’t get the impression it’s him. The face shape seems too long. There are other characters she will be meeting with when she rallies the north, and some of them could very well have beards.

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    111. Darkrobin,

      I think it was already mentioned early in season 1 in the Viserys/Doreah bathing scene, but Tywin does mention it to the Jof as well.

      dte421,

      The show didn’t hint at the use of a horn to bring down the wall in any way and I am glad. I feel that there is no way you can show a horn bringing down the gigantic ice wall and it not coming off as cheesy (on the page it might work a bit better, but I doubt it). I feel the same way about glamours (the moment where Martin for me ruined the Northern storyline as he had already done with the Essos parade of (orientalist) freaks). I hope Jon’s resurrection is either done by Melisandre or Bloodraven.

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    112. koempel,

      Yup, he created so many pointless characters, because he was stuck and didn’t know how to get out of Meereen, that he started creating more and more ridiculous characters so people could tell them apart.

      The wildlings at the end of ADWD where starting to get the same treatment. I hope martin learned a lesson and will try to improve in TWOW. But judging as he didn’t learn anything from AFFC, I highly doubt it.

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    113. Joffrey’s Cunt:
      This shot is just perfect! Can’t wait to see the whole fight at the TOJ!!
      https://gfycat.com/IckyFreeElephantbeetle#?speed=0.25

      My thoughts exactly. The scream is perfectly timed, seems like how you would expect to scream when finishing off somebody in a hard fought battle. Kind of reminded me of ‘300’, actually. Probably because of the intenseness and lighting used.

      Just. Freaking. Awesome.

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    114. Masterofthrones,

      Tormund. If someone, like Edd, does go to the wildlings for help then Davos could very well encounter and have a conversation with Tormund back at castle black. And the line where he says he thought Jon was the one to lead against the long night, comes after telling Davos what they went through at Hardhome.

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    115. I honestly don’t think this is Jon. Do you really think HBO marketing would be stupid enough to include this shot knowing how much the media/ fandom are scrutinising these trailers for spoilers?

      Sansa is clearly being counselled here or is in conversation with someone (who doesn’t have good news), she’s not overcome with shock at seeing her rezzed half-bro/cousin.

      We saw one picture of Kit wearing a man bun, so I think it’s a bit of stretch to make this connection. It could be any of the new Northern characters, or more likely Davos with what we now know. It’s impossible to tell due to the angle/lighting (which makes any colour of hair appear darker in any case).

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    116. Agro,

      Sorry, I meant the field is in white and GREEN. That’s the banner Robb took (in the show, I don’t think it’s specified in the books) when they named him King in the North and the Riverlands. The default Stark banner is only a grey wolf on a white field.

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    117. Arthur,

      So many mistakes in that pre-view, I kind of realised a while back that Emergency Awesome is not that clued up to be honest. For example he talks about the Frey pic being the Red Wedding but misses it’s full of Lannister soldiers!

      Also clearly misses it’s Ramsay talking during the Tyrion with the Meereen masters shot.

      Also there is a clear spoiler in episode related to another character that isn’t Jon.

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    118. Some thoughts:

      Shadow Murder: So this could be a Bran flashback of Jaime killing the Mad King; the Braavos actors playing that scene; Pycelle getting killed; or the FrankenMountain getting attacked from behind. I tend to the last version; but the attacker seems to have a sword (and shield?), so no Sparrow – maybe it’s even Jaime?

      “Do you like games, little man?”: To me it’s Ramsay saying this – either to Rickon OR to Fat Walda’s unborn baby boy; both possibilities make me want to puke.

      Dany with the Dothraki women: We see that ominous brazier in two scenes of the new trailer. At 0:20 the scene with Dany’s hand that we saw before, and at 0:31 where she is forced by the other women to disrobe in a humiliating way. Probably cause they don’t believe / accept her claims; and then she proves her identity as Mother of Dragons by touching that glowing brazier of fire.

      YgiTTe:
      Who is Littlefinger with in the woods any guesses?

      THIS is the most mysterious and interesting question for me too – and I have no idea as to the answer 🙁 .

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    119. Calling it now: Jaime vs Frankclegane. GET HYPE.

      Unless Aerys was a fat giant, there is no way that this is a flashback. He’s got the right size and the signature helmet. The guy stabbing him has Jaime’s hair signature and is holding his sword with only one hand. Now, we can’t see wether it’s his left or his right hand, but any sane person with two hands would use both of them when going up against a monster like Gregor. Thus it must be Jaime.

      Both shadows are wearing cloaks too (cloaks are part of the traditional Kingsguard armor). Finally, if it was a flashback, what are the chances that young Jaime is wearing his hair in the exact same style as he does today? Weren’t his handsome looks (blonde Season 1 hair) part of why everyone loved him?

      Please don’t dieeeee tho ://

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    120. Apollo,

      I think marketing people from HBO did very well hiding the identity person Sansa is looking at. Its a blink & miss shot & appears like Sansa is staring into darkness with absolutely nothing there. Like I said earlier, it looks like they have darkened part of that scene for trailer purposes. I saw the promo on my laptop earlier & didn’t notice shit. It was only when I watched 720p version on TV that I noticed a person standing there, who looks very much like Jon to me.

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    121. With respect to the “Little Man”. Calling Rickon “little man” would have been appropriate when we last saw him. But calling Art Parkinson “little man” in 2015/2016 seems a bit strange …?

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    122. Green Chili,

      He looks a little intimidated. We know Sansa will run into him at some point and my guess is she won’t hide her feelings about the situation he put her in. Can’t wait to see him brought down a peg or two. Then again, she may just have to act like she’s still in his pocket, for a time.

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    123. I think the shot of davos on a horse is from battle of bastards,so the theory that melisandre use a glamour to transform davos into jon snow is dismissed,not many theories left now?

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    124. YgiTTe,

      I see the shadow of the iron throne on the right, and the way the shadow moves suggests the person is not sitting on anything. Large body, Kingsguard cloak, Robert Strong’s helmet signature, vs one handed figure, also with Kingsguard cloak and Jaime’s hair signature?

      KINGSGUARDBOWL GET HYPE

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    125. “I thought he was the man to lead us through the long night, I was wrong”. -Fairly certain Tormund is actually saying this to Jon rather than about Jon.

      “I thought he was the man (Mance Rayder) to lead us through the long night, I was wrong. You are (Jon Snow/Stark)”.

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    126. YgiTTe:
      Dragonmcmx,

      It looks like the shadow of a man sitting on a throne tho. See how the feet are posed?

      It’s hard to tell in al honesty but this is without doubt in the Throneroom. Not only is the shadow of the Iron Throne on the right but the archway and the other portcullis door are from the right hand side of the Throneroom set (though not present on the left side). So, given the angles, and the fact the IT shadow should be to the left, I assume this image is mirrored for whatever reason (wasn’t this also the case for the ToJ scene where the actors were fighting left handed in Brans visions?

      Images of the two sides of the throne room- you can see the doorway/arch are identical to the trailer:

      Right side:

      http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/gameofthrones/images/6/6f/Bear_maiden_fair_joff_tywin.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20130530150724

      But not on the left side:

      http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/gameofthrones/images/b/b5/Thelawsofgodsandmen3.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20140510113722

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    127. Could it be possible that HBO took down the first trailer because that was Jon Snow on one of the horses, and people were starting to notice? if so, that’s probably not him in this trailer.

      If it’s Ramsay saying the “Little Man” line, could he be saying it to Littlefinger? It would be appropriate. That was my initial guess on seeing the trailer.

      I’m guessing that Yara is taking Victarion’s role, more or less.

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    128. Davos being a Stark commander now. Remember, in S2E1, when he suggest Stannis ally his forces with Robb Stark’s? Seems he’s been a secret Stark fanboy the entire time.

      Ugh, I’ve actually got tears in my eyes. The character dynamics in this show…

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    129. Kit Hairyton:
      Davos being a Stark commander now. Remember, in S2E1, when he suggest Stannis ally his forces with Robb Stark’s? Seems he’s been a secret Stark fanboy the entire time.

      Ugh, I’ve actually got tears in my eyes. The character dynamics in this show…

      Aw, I’d forgotten that! Davos is the BEST. I loved him in the books, but damn, Liam C brings him to life so beautifully. I love him so much. Which means he’ll probably die. 🙁

      Rich Stark,

      To quote a famously credulous FBI man: “I want to believe.”

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    130. Apollo: It’s hard to tell in al honesty but this is without doubt in the Throneroom.

      You’re absolutely right, this IS the throne room. So the theory about the Bravoos actors reenacting the Mad King death scene is obsolete.

      So either it’s Pycelle getting killed in the Throne Room (after all, we have seen Varys’ little birds stabbing someone else in the trailer before): Picture.

      Or it’s one of these guys – I did finally remember who the shadow reminded me of 😉 : Picture.

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    131. 1. “Little man”. Ramsay may be talking to Littlefinger (even after the Bastardbowl).

      2. If you want to see JS, look twice to the shot of Sansa “Queen of the North”. The person next to her to which the camera turns and cuts rides a white horse and has a black hair and his face shape is similar to Kit’s.

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    132. I mostly just looked at the pictures so as to avoid any possible speculation/spoilers.

      – I cant get over Sansa in Stark clothes. It gets me emotional to be honest. I. Cant. Wait.

      – I need Ramsay and Walder dead, ASAP. I wasn’t expecting to see Walder this year. I hope he dies. Or else ill be pissed that he came back lol.

      – I wanted some DORNE!!!!!!!!!!!! Ugh!!

      – Mostly excited for Dany/Dothraki and Sansa/North stuff.

      – I am excited for everything, but getting more doubts about Jon.

      CANT EFFING WAIT! NOT LONG NOW!

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    133. Green Chili: You’re absolutely right, this IS the throne room. So the theory about the Bravoos actors reenacting the Mad King death scene is obsolete.

      So either it’s Pycelle getting killed in the Throne Room (after all, we have seen Varys’ little birds stabbing someone else in the trailer before): Picture.

      Or it’s one of these guys – I did finally remember who the shadow reminded me of : Picture.

      It really is open to interpretation. The assailant is using both hands too so I’d say that excludes present day Jaime at least.

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    134. Jon Snowed:
      Arthur,

      So many mistakes in that pre-view, I kind of realised a while back that Emergency Awesome is not that clued up to be honest. For example he talks about the Frey pic being the Red Wedding but misses it’s full of Lannister soldiers!

      Also clearly misses it’s Ramsay talking during the Tyrion with the Meereen masters shot.

      Also there is a clear spoiler in episode related to another character that isn’t Jon.

      Yeah I’ve noticed that, he mentioned once that Sansa, Arya etc don’t have Kings Blood when in fact they do when Robbs Kingdom came into effect

      It’s mostly small things

      But he has such a wide field of content, plus there is a kind of pressure for him to produce quick content so he probably skims through the Trailers etc

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    135. Flayed Potatoes: What are those flowers embroidered on Sansa’s dress next to the wolf? Blue roses?

      Oh finally someone who wants to talk embroidery 🙂 I just commented on the earlier thread that I totally wanna hear from the costume designer what ideas went into the design. They are always so considerate when it comes to details. The plant or tree thingy in particular intrigues me… Winter roses would be quite the symbolism. It could also mean – a bit similar to the Tyrells’ “Growing strong” – that the Starks are “growing” back, you know, you can cop off the head, but as long as the roots are healthy a plant can grow back, or something like that. If it had a white stem, I’d also go for Weiwoods and the Old Gods 🙂

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    136. Kay,

      Yup. It does sound pretty clearly to be Ramsay’s. I just wonder if he’s talking to

      Rickon Stark

      and

      Rickon and Osha

      are two of the people who get flayed and burnt upside down before the Battle of Winterfell. Either that or possibly

      Littlefinger

      , but I can’t see that happening to that character this season.

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    137. Dany with the Dothraki women: We see that ominous brazier in
      THIS is the most mysterious and interesting question for me too – and I have no idea as to the answer .

      Listen. What is spoken near the end of the Littlefinger clip – “I know what happened”, spoken by Jorah, who is then in the next clip. These quotes are rarely coincidence. Who knows what happened? I dare say there is someone who

      1: Knows what happened.

      2: Has a thing for Stark girls

      3: Ain’t provably dead yet

      Something has to flip Sansa against LF. Learning about who was responsible for her father’s death would do just that.

      The giant falls in E10.

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    138. About the “Little man”:

      This version of the trailer has the voiceovers much louder and clearer. The voice does sound a lot like Ramsay’s. Let’s just hope he’s not talking to Rickon.

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    139. Dragonmcmx,

      As soon as I laid my eyes on that scene, I saw it too. FrankenMountain and Jamie. No one else. It’s just there, it’s the silhouette of them both, but I don’t know of any circumstance where this could happen, so I take it with a grain of refined salt.

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    140. After more than a thousand comments on both treads there is not much more to say than I just can’t wait for a week Sunday!!!! Been looking for some GOT themed beer for prem but it’s not stocked in the UK. If anyone knows where I could get my hands on some id be grateful cheers

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    141. Darkrobin,

      Besides that, NCW gave an interview for a magazine (can’t remember the name) saying that the Riverlands set, despite being huge, was used in one and a half episode only.

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    142. Agro,

      Actually, after an in depth comparison, I’m having doubts again. Even though the larger shadow does have Clegane’s helmet, one could argue that it’s a crown, since in the last few frames it appears to fall off or something. Now, that doesn’t really mean much but here’s the kicker:

      A few of the frames show some sort of long object sticking off from the lower part of the face. At first I thought that was the bottom part of Clegane’s helmet, which sort of sticks out (as you can see here, pic taken from OP), but the one from the shadow is too large to be that.

      And then it hit me.

      Image 1Image 2

      See that? It’s a beard. A long beard. Looks like I was in the wrong again 🙁 Anyways, a flashback to the Kingslayer’s origins sounds like it’s gonna be awesome! 😀

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    143. @1:41 in the trailer looks as though the stark men are being encircled by the Bolton led army and leaping over a pile of dead bodies which would fit exactly along with what the extra at the Battle of the Bastards had stated in his detailed rundown.

      Also, I am thinking the scene with Tyrion and the dragons is a combining of the Quentyn Tyrion storyline and possibly a hint of who the head of the 3rd dragon could be.

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    144. In the shadows of the man being stabbed:
      the man stabbed looks like wearing a cloak and a helm, and the one behind him is not wearing a helm, in fact his clothes look similar to the ones of the sparrows. Maybe is an sparrow stabbing Gregorstein (to no effect).

      There are Lannister soldiers among the Freys.

      The wildings seem to be on the losing end of the spears.. maybe someone with dark curly hair from the previous trailer arrives in with the cavalry to save the day?

      Davos seems to be trying to convince someone of house Mormont. Who is he fighting for now? Jon is dead and not returning, of course 🙂 , so …

      And what is doing LF all alone in the north? Brooking a deal with the NK ??

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    145. Ramsay’s_good_men_#19,

      I thought this two at first. I was certain that it was Jaime vs Gregor.

      However, after an in depth comparison of Gregor’s helmet and the shadow murder (my previous post is awaiting moderation -_-), it turns out to be a flashback to Jaime slaying the Mad King. The larger shadow is wearing a crown and has a long beard, similar to the Mad King in this deleted scene.

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    146. Dragonmcmx:
      Ramsay’s_good_men_#19,

      I thought this two at first. I was certain that it was Jaime vs Gregor.

      However, after an in depth comparison of Gregor’s helmet and the shadow murder (my previous post is awaiting moderation -_-), it turns out to be a flashback to Jaime slaying the Mad King. The larger shadow is wearing a crown and has a long beard, similar to the Mad King in this deleted scene.

      And the assailant is using both hands to hold the sword

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    147. If that is the Umber sigil… That means they’re supporting the Boltons? Wonder what happens to Rickon and Osha then seeing as Bran told them to seek refuge with the Umbers.

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    148. Did anyone notice on one of the pics of the battle of the north there are 3 people on horseback in the background on a hill overlooking the battle. It could be Sansa,Jon, and Davos. I would love for the stark siblings to unite and have ghost and shaggy dog by their sides.

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    149. Dragonmcmx,

      yeah, after more carefull watching I think that the man behind does wear a cloak/cape and has shoulder plates

      also, I only see one hand, and maybe a dagger

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    150. Jon Snowed,

      I’ve also noticed that the guy from Emergency Awesome isn’t that clued up tbh. He always misses out on key features of trailers and news.. He could be doing that on purpose to avoid major spoilers maybe? I used to he was great until I came across other GoT youtubers. Alt Shift X FTW

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    151. Not sure if anyone stated this yet, but in that big battle scene between wildlings and Bolton’s, one of the flags on the right seems to be the Mormont sigil. Along with Davos being on Bear Island, it is looking more and more like a “Great Northern Conspiracy.”

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    152. Another thing noone has mentioned before afaik:

      The Dothraki do not at all seem frightened or surprised when that dragon is flying over them.
      AND there are only warriors with horses, it’s not the trek with lots of women and men on foot moving to Vaes Dothrak.
      AND they are moving in the same direction as the dragon.
      AND above all the scenery seems to be the same as the one in the first trailer where the Dothraki are charging forward:

      PICTURE

      So it might be that what we are seeing here are scenes from the attack to retake Meereen, performed by a combined Dothraki-Dragon army!

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    153. The background on the shadow king being stabbed scene looks just like the background where the theatre troupe set up their stage. I’m thinking it’s from the play.

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    154. Wimsey,

      I initially thought the room looked different from the one we see in the Red Wedding, but when I compare them one thing sticks out:

      https://imgur.com/wSQnB3i

      The images on the right are Catelyn’s POV as the doors are being shut before the killing starts. There is a 7-pointed star on the outer doors that is not visible once the inner doors are closed.

      Take a look at the left image from the new trailer — it’s quite clear that the same star is there. Not sure if this is a common architectural feature in Westeros, but from what I can tell they are at The Twins. And Walder’s chair is exactly the same as before.

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    155. Sullied by Knight:
      The background on the shadow king being stabbed scene looks just like the background where the theatre troupe set up their stage.I’m thinking it’s from the play.

      It’s definitely the Red Keep throne room, not a stage… I posted pics of the Throneroom further up.

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    156. After looking at the trailer for the umpteenth time, I’m now convinced that the shadow stabbing is a sparrow attempting to kill Ser Robert Strong. Of course he doesn’t die but instead rips the sparrows head off, as in shown in two of the subsequent scenes. Note that the blood flowing on the floor also looks like the floor of the throne room.

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    157. Well, this article was a huge piece of shit. When I saw the word “breakdown,” I thought we might actually see some speculation as to what happens. Not someone explaining to us what we already saw in the god damn trailer. Fail. This was a waste of time.

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    158. …Surprised by the disbelief in Missandei’s question to Tyrion about dragon captivity. Maybe she’s not a fan.

      I guess there’s going to be a whole lot more death and mayhem before this thing is done…sigh.

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    159. Lord Tee,

      None of these youtubers have any more real insight into the show. Any book reader knows as much.

      Some of them are smarter than others and some are really good at putting together some of the puzzle pieces and making a great video that isn’t just a talking head with a hundred jump cuts along with some already released footage.

      Alt Shift X is clearly the pick of the litter. Good stuff there. Original, creative and thought provoking.

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    160. Dragonmcmx:
      Chad Brick,

      Source on that last bit?

      Obviously, the second prophecy refers to Sansa, the first half of it being the purple wedding. The second half referring to Littlefinger has long been one of the more popular interpretations, “giant” being a sort of pun based on the contradiction of his name and outsized political influence.

      One could argue that TV-Sansa has reason enough to hate LF based on the rape/abuse that LF brought upon her (whether by intent or miscalculation it matters little), but Book-Sansa does not have this. What would cause her to turn on her mentor? Learning the truth about what his betrayal of her father. And someone does indeed know what happened that day.

      The quote from the trailer “I know what happened” doesn’t really make sense for the images of Jorah that are shown. But is mostly said over images of LF before the switch to Jorah, which makes me think those words apply to him thematically. This kind of bait-and-switch is common in the trailers, where they words come from one character in one setting and the images an entirely different point, yet the words have meaning for the latter. For example, Ramsay’s “little man” quote overlapping images of Tyrion.

      I’ve long thought the prophecy would be filled this way, and now the show seems to be barreling towards it.

      [/spoiler]

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    161. The dialogue between Missendei and Tyrion once again has me pondering his parentage. The dragons/captivity convo a allusion to himself held captive multiple times.

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    162. Green Chili: So it might be that what we are seeing here are scenes from the attack to retake Meereen, performed by a combined Dothraki-Dragon army!

      Oooh, nice catch there! 🙂 I like it! Could Daenerys be riding on her dragon in this scene? Then stallion that mounts the world will be quite literal as they pulverize Meereen.

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    163. Chad Brick,

      Except that I am pretty sure Jorah says “I know what HAPPENS”, not ‘happened’, which would change that whole connotation….I believe he’s talking about the advancement of the greyscale, where Dany will be headed, or something else.

      It seems to be just me, but I don’t see that LF is looking afraid or uncomfortable – maybe mildly curious.

      Then again, I also think that Sansa betrayed her father as much as LF, intentionally or not, so the whole ‘Sansa getting vengeance on LF’ seems a bit silly to me in the first place. Interesting theory, for sure.

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    164. Sansa was a child and her “betrayal” of her father was in fact exploitation of her naivete by Cersei. She has every reason to harbor resentment and seek vengeance for her family.

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    165. What is Little Fingers end game in the book/show? He was connected to Catelyn Stark but after she died he has been kind of floating around. Are there any theories that I should know about?

      My thinking goes if Varys is for the good of the realm then Little finger must be for the evil of it. “chaos is a gapping hole of opportunity”. Could he be working with the white walkers to keep everyone distracted so the humans cant mount a strong defense? Craster seem to live in peace and help out the white walkers could there be someone else?

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    166. VCPA,

      What if in the scrum to burn / resurrect Jon Snow a big fight breaks out (as it appears will happen) and there’s no Night’s Watch to man the wall anyhow? Never read the books, so could be foregone conclusion, but assuming Thorne dies and Snow moves on there’s a pretty big leadership vacuum there.

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    167. ramses: wiOFS5u

      Yep. But this won’t be acknowledged by most here, even though the “Chekovian gun” (yawn) is mentioned incessantly here, and yet there was a huge fucking “gun” hung right there by Tyrion.

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    168. Ser Simplon,

      You mean,you don’t see it. It’s all I see now 🙂

      I strongly believe it’s him & I have mentioned my reasons in the earlier posts. I guess we’ll find out soon enough.

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    169. I know this has nothing to do with this new season 6 teaser video. But my Mom, wanted me to look up a name of an angel, that appeared on a tv show, Supernatural. And I came across an angel named, Aamon, and he can see the past, present and future, simultaneously. I had a list of fallen angel names and descriptions of their powers. Just change a few letters in the angels name, and you get Aemon….as in Aemon Targaryen. Didn’t Daenys the dreamer have prophetic dreams? I don’t know if Bloodraven’s lineage comes from Aemon the conqueror, or not, but it makes total sense that Bloodraven has his greensight gifts for a reason. We all know, GRRM loves to use world history, to base his, ASOIAF books on, so maybe, Bloodraven is working for, or with the Others? And what an awesome twist that would be?! Yes? GRRM uses world history in his books, why not the three major religions of the world…..Hebrew, Catholicism, Persian (Islam)? What are the major religions in Westeros, Essos, and all around the planetos of the Game of Thrones world? The Seven, R’hollor the Lord of light and, The Trees of the Old Gods and, the Dothraki ” The Stallion who mounts the world,” prophecy religion? Please, let me know what you think……Peace!

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    170. Aemon Targaryen was the maester for the NW. AEGON was the conqueror along with his two sisters. Bloodraven is related to all of them because they are all Targaryens. Prophesy is a trait many targaryens share.

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    171. Green Chili:
      Another thing noone has mentioned before afaik:

      The Dothraki do not at all seem frightened or surprised when that dragon is flying over them.
      AND there are only warriors with horses, it’s not the trek with lots of women and men on foot moving to Vaes Dothrak.
      AND they are moving in the same direction as the dragon.
      AND above all the scenery seems to be the same as the one in the first trailer where the Dothraki are charging forward:

      PICTURE

      So it might be that what we are seeing here are scenes from the attack to retake Meereen, performed by a combined Dothraki-Dragon army!

      you may b on to something there..was so focused on how big Drogon was that I never paid attention to the actual scene….and this would explain why he was just following along and not just straight up saving Dany if she were in trouble..and it would be epic if there was a shot of her flying over her army..

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    172. ramses:
      Sansa was a child and her “betrayal” of her father was in fact exploitation of her naivete by Cersei. She has every reason to harbor resentment and seek vengeance for her family.

      Then she may want to start with Cersei. 🙂

      With all the revenge storylines taking precedence, the Night’s King may well just waltz into the smoking ruins of ‘civilization’, sit on the empty throne, crack a beer and have a good laugh.

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    173. Prrrt,

      In the book, because Winterfell is built over hot springs the ground around it never freezes. Fresh snow doesn’t last for long when it stops snowing. (The more prosaic answer is that having fake snow in a battle using hundreds of extras, lots of horses and minimal cgi would be a huge, expensive pain in the arse.)

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    174. The shadow of a man stabbing someone else might be a flashback of Jamie killing the Mad King.

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    175. Going back to the whole Jon Snow man bun debate, it would make sense for him to style his hair in that way if he is finally able to fully embrace his Stark lineage. Remember that Ned’s hair was styled in a similar way? It would make sense for Jon to emulate his Stark father figure if he was going into battle as a Stark, and not as a bastard.

      Also, the shadow scene is most definitely of Jaime killing the Mad King. Aerys is described as having a long (and rather disgusting) beard, which can be seen when watching the scene in slow motion. By looking closer at the man being stabbed, you can also see that something juts out from his head at an angle that a helmet would not – meaning that he is wearing a large crown. In the books, Aerys II is described to have worn the large and gaudy crown of Aegon the Unworthy, so it fits the scene perfectly.

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    176. Smerdyakov,

      Am I the only one who thinks that “Arya” leaping from the wall is actually Loras, not Arya? And that his, not hers, is the hand dripping blood along the wall? My reason is that his shirt looks like that, his hair is the same, and the leaping figure in the first trailer really seemed awfully tall to be 5’0″ Maisie Williams.

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    177. Simon,

      How are people so sure it’s Arya? As for the big hair and the height, those are the two things stunt doubles are made up and chosen for to begin with.

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    178. Michelle Mauler,

      [ spoiler ]It’s a spoiler thing. There was an article with pics from one of the shoots with Arya jumping into a canalspoiler] The hair is also wrong for the knight of flowers and I’d speculate if he gets out he won’t be that mobile and will perhaps be dressed in sparrow attire.

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