Game of Thrones filming in Spain starts next week!

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We have fresh Game of Thrones updates on new locations in Spain today, with hints as to what they mean for season 7, including a Daenerys spoiler.  The latest info from Almodóvar del Río brings us dates for the planned location shoot, while the show’s crews get to work on Muriola Beach.

Europa Press reports that from November 4th to the 16th, the Castillo de Almodóvar del Río will be closed to the public. That time period includes the days Game of Thrones will need to prepare the site for filming, the actual shooting time, and the clean-up and equipment breakdown period afterward.

The region’s extras casting call in September provided the initial info that the shooting period for Seville and Almodóvar del Río would approximately be between November 1st and 12th.

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Preparations in Barrika. Photo: Noticias de Gipuzkoa – Jose Mari Martinez

Up in the Basque Country town of Barrika, the crew has arrived and set to work on readying Muriola Beach for filming. According to Noticias de Gipuzkoa, public notices have restricted parking around the beach, beginning last Thursday the 13th, with the restrictions in place until this Saturday, October 22nd.

The exact date of filming on Muriola Beach hasn’t been officially announced but Los Siete Reinos has heard that filming there will occur next Wednesday and Thursday.

Noticias de Gipuzkoa notes that as of yesterday, workers have now closed off public access to beach where they’ll be filming.

Filming is also expected to take place throughout next week at Itzurun Beach over in Zumaia, and the security will be very tight. So if you were hoping to visit the set, well you might run into some trouble. City officials are closing off the area, including access to the cliffs overhead. Locals will only be able to enter the area with some sort of permit obtained from the city.

As for what role these similar locations will be playing, the visuals are pointing toward Dragonstone, but there is no official word at this time.

Spoilers beyond the gif!

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We have heard that Daenerys will have multiple scenes at Dragonstone this year, with the place serving as her home base. Dragonstone is a logical stop before landing in mainland Westeros, and its her family’s ancestral property, so it’s a natural fit for Daenerys. She was born there, and now Dany is going home.

Edit:

It looks like Peter Dinklage may have just arrived in Bilbao, as well! That makes sense, since Tyrion goes where Dany does, now.

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    1. Settling in.

      How will Dany’s entire army fit on Dragonstone? I assume she’s only taking the Dothraki warriors and not the women and children?

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    2. Great.I always had a feeling she would land in Dragonstone.There were only two possibilities in my mind Dorne and Dragonstone but Dragonstone makes more sense thematically.Can’t wait to see which actors are spotted.

      Maggie,

      True but we know it’s the south though.Also it depends in which place in Spain they are spotted.

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    3. Maggie:
      The fun thing is that we so many locations, even if we see someone in Spain we can’t know where they filmed.

      We pretty much do.

      Los Siete Reinos reported all three Basque locations will be a single place in the fiction of the show; that is, probably Dragonstone. But definitely just one place. So, if an actor appears in Bilbao, it means their character will go to Dragonstone —If the Basque coastal locations are indeed Dragonstone. They won’t stay in Bilbao for the filming down south.

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    4. Yeah, there’s Caceres, Seville, and then the Basque towns. Definitely not all Dragonstone. We’ll have King’s Landing and some other stuff in there.

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    5. It will be cool to see the Dragonstone set again – it was always one of my favourites.

      I bet that there will be an episode that ends with Dany surveying the painted table. Zoom in on King’s Landing as the music builds… Credits!

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    6. Piecing together the news from this site and from what I’ve seen on other sites, whatever is being filmed at Itzurun Beach in Zumaia seems as if it’s going to be one of the biggest security jobs they’ve ever undertaken. They do not want anyone to know at all what is being filmed. Another site has stated multiple shoots here, but the one they’re overly concerned about with tight security is supposedly a night shoot. True or false?

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    7. Flayed Potatoes:
      Settling in.

      How will Dany’s entire army fit on Dragonstone? I assume she’s only taking the Dothraki warriors and not the women and children?

      Stuff ’em in I guess… That would be a bit harder to believe than Ramsay getting 4k+ inside Winterfell. I suppose they put up tents wherever they can. There are tunnels in Dragonmont where the obsidian is…… hmm..

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    8. Good to learn that dany will be making landing and staying at dragonstone.. Its the one place that always made sense as a story
      Logistics only matter what the story is about to be. .
      If GRRM and D&D want her to land in dragonstone then it will be big enough ..

      Looking forward to see if we will be getting photos from filming

      End the first episode with either dany landing on the shores of dragonstone and looking at the castle with tyrion saying welcome home my queen and they sharing a look like in the TWOW.
      Or them at the front of aegon’s painted table of westeros

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    9. Maggie,

      Sure. But the actors won’t be staying in Bilbao while they shoot down south. So we will have a pretty clear idea of where each character is from spotting actors in certain cities (Bilbao, Cáceres, Sevilla).

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    10. Amazing locations! I’m so stoked about S7 and it’s still so far out:( Thanks to Sue and Company for all they due to keep us amused during the long, dry spell.

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    11. moiaf,

      Yeah me too..
      I have been thinking that first episode will be ending with dany and tyrion over the painted table and dispatching ravens to all the lords and ladies of westeros about daenerys similar to that of dragonstone ever since TwOW finished.

      But I feel like we will be having both the scenes her landing and at the table similar to what we had valar doheries episode at astopor ..

      I just can’t wait to see dany looking up at castle from the shores ..that is something I have been lokking forward ever since TWOIaF cane out. They did have some awesome portraits of dragonstone.

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    12. Dragonstone after all. Good place to get your landlegs back and take a breather from the journey.
      I am anxious to see who will be spotted in addition to Dany and Co.

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    13. Thinking on ‘how will they all fit’ though… I don’t imagine they’ll all stay there for very long. I mean, I don’t assume that Daenerys is going to sit there calling herself queen and wait for people to come attack her, or simply ignore her. Sooner rather than later she’ll have to move troops. She said she’d help Yara and Theon with the Iron Islands and Euron’s involvement could mean they move on that rather quickly too.

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    14. dragonbringer,

      It’ll be a very emotional homecoming for her. This is really the first time she’s ever laid eyes on the place she born. Tyrion in the books called her Aegon with tits, so we’ll probably see an Aegon-esque reconquering of Westeros, at least at first. Before all hell breaks lose.

      BlueRoseofWinterfell,

      Hmm, so does that mean that Davos will be a Dragonstone as well?

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    15. Oy yoi yoi, the flow of information is overwhelming. Has anyone dared to start a timeline yet?

      So Dany will be in Dragonstone with Davos, but also at some point in the Dragonpit in KL with Davos and Brienne (no word of Wormsy though IIRC).

      So maybe Wormsy takes some troops to Dorne to help the Martells and Tyrells fight the Lannisters in the south while Dany closes in on KL from the North? Because otherwise why look for extras from todas las razas in Almodóvar del Río if not for Unsullied/Dothraki?

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    16. It’s so weird and exciting to see Dinklage in one of our beaches. It’ll be even weirder when we see the actors in character.

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    17. This is so exciting.

      So correct me if I’m wrong, but we’re currently assuming that (spoiler-based speculation)

      Davos takes Jon to Dragonstone on an obsidian-hunting trip, leaving Sansa in charge of Winterfell; Jon meets Theon at some point of this trip; Dany ALSO lands at Dragonstone, which may or may not coincide with Jon’s trip there?

      . If so… trippy!

      Clob,
      She will probably divide her armies and strike from several directions at once. With such numbers, and several good generals, she can afford it. And we’ll get to see a serious war, Thrones-style.

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    18. plop_plop:
      SerNoName,

      The guy on the left side holding script behind back looks A LOT like NCW…

      I noticed that too, but it could be wishful thinking. I did see the video he posted of the baby orca and supposedly it happened yesterday, but it could be that wasn’t the case. Could be it is him in today’s picture. I know, I for one, would love it if her were there when Brienne and Davos arrive.

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    19. Yaga,

      Jon leaving Sansa after he said they should stick together would be fitting. So Sansa would stay in WF with LF, but without Jon, Davos or Brienne? With whom would she interact with? Lord Royce, Tormund and the new Redhead? Or do we think that Arya makes it there? But what could be the story?

      Yaga: She will probably divide her armies and strike from several directions

      That would make sense, with the casting call of extras in Almodóvar del Río.

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    20. Yaga,
      I’d say he would go there with prior knowledge…

      If Daenerys’ first stop is at Dragonstone that will probably be in the first episode. I’m going to guess that he receives word that she’s there and goes for two reasons, to request assistance and request dragonglass.

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    21. plop_plop:
      SerNoName,

      The guy on the left side holding script behind back looks A LOT like NCW…

      Yes, that does look like NCW. I thought as much, but someone mentioned up thread that he was in Greenland as of yesterday. Maybe he flew in today.

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    22. I thank god that I speak the languages of the places where game of thrones films.It makes everything so much easier.Well I don’t speak icelandic but they won’t be there long lol.

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    23. Vally,

      How about if Sansa and Arya end up killing Littlefinger and avenging Ned together? So far each of them have one major kill, would make sense to share the last.

      Clob,
      Thing is,

      Jon doesn’t know anything about Dany. So why would he go request anything from her?

      I kinda think… If Davos and Tyrion are in the same battle scene, they should be probably on opposite sides – one defending, one attacking. They dislike each other, after all (Tyrion is responsible for the death of Davos’ son). And this could be the start of the Jon-Dany conflict that so many people apparently want.

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    24. Dany will land in dragonstone at first episode and will have discussion with tyrion about how to proceed next

      At the same time jon will be discussing with Davis about next move and davos will bring up the point about dragonglass on dragonstone and jon will send him to the dragonstone.

      Davos will arrive at dragonstone in second episode only to find about dany taking over.

      So he will be presented to dany and Dany will learn about WW threat and jon through Davos…

      Or jon will go along with Davis and will be in for a surprise.

      I have been wanting to ask this for a very long time.
      Does any of you guys watch Quantico ..what do you think of the show And priyanka chopra..

      Me personally would have like the show more if it had been only about 13 or 15 episodes.

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    25. moiaf,
      Good point, my bad.

      I think that I went through like five conflicting theories in the space of these two posts. Heh. And that’s not taking into account this idea that Nicolai may be there as well. Clearly need more data. ?

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    26. Javi Marcos on twitter has confirmed that Liam Cunningham is in Bilbao. He also says he is 99% sure that Kit Harington will also film here.

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    27. moiaf,

      Exactly thats why iam waiting for the scene to see how emotional it is to her. Emotinal scenes in dany’s arc has been severely lacking ..so hoping next season can change that
      There are lots of potential scenes that can be very emotional scenes such as landing in dragonstone .,at blown up KL and with jon etc ..I hope they do those right .

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    28. Yaga:
      This is so exciting.

      So correct me if I’m wrong, but we’re currently assuming that (spoiler-based speculation)

      . If so… trippy!

      Clob,
      She will probably divide her armies and strike from several directions at once. With such numbers, and several good generals, she can afford it. And we’ll get to see a serious war, Thrones-style.

      oh yes please, I like both your hypothesis.

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    29. Yaga,

      What do we think Daenerys’ first move is? In my opinion she isn’t going to get there and immediately start sweeping across the land killing people and burning shit up. There won’t be any element of surprise that she is in Westeros since hundreds of ships and thousands of men sailed out to go help her… and her approach will definitely be witnessed. I’m pretty sure those ravens have been flying and everyone will know she’s coming.

      So, with that said, I’d say she first attempts a “diplomatic” approach stating her claim and requiring everyone to support that claim. Without doing that it would be an awful waste of time and movement if she were to march everyone somewhere, lets say The North for an example, only to find out that they’ll support her.

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    30. SerNoName:Peter could be speaking to Kit – who is holding onto a script. Looks like him from the back…

      Yep 4th guy with the script does look suspiciously like Kit. Impossible to say for sure though.

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    31. Clob,
      I think that the choice will not be hers – the war will start before she even arrives. On land, by a strike from the Reach/Dorne, on sea by an attack from one of the Greyjoy factions on the other. There’s just too much bad blood out there.

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    32. SerNoName,

      First, it thought the man with the script is Alfie Allen (Theon) – made more sense to me. But I wouldn’t rule NCW-Jamie as well.

      I general, my prediction about Jon and Dany running into each other on Dragonstone looks to be confirmed. And that also means, this that Dragonpit scenes would be not a parlay between Dany and Jon’s evoys, but indeed “Saving Private Ryan with swords” with one of the dragons (Drogon?) in the role of Private Ryan. Or Liam simply draw a parallel to the Normandy landings of 1944, which made the opening sequence of the SPR. One way or another, Jon and Davos will be taking Dragonstone, and Dany and co. will be arriving shortly afterwards and meeting KITN as a Beger Queen forced to adjust to the new reality (seems, the statement of the slavers in 609 carried some foreshadowing), which is good, cause Jon won’t be able to say no to a lady in need.

      The only thing: I can’t see Dragonstone meeting happening in 701 or anywhere else before the midpoint of the season. We were promised a big battle in the south evolving around the wagon train ambush and involving the Unsulled, the Dothraki, at least one of the Lannisters, at least one of the dragons, epic fall into the water etc. And there is a naval battle to be combined with it somehow. No way Dany will stay out of that fray chilling on Dragonstone. And making her travel from Dragonstone to mainland Westeros and then back to Dragonstone looks gratuitous and pointless. So, I still predict that she will land on Dragonstone after suffering a major defeat during her first landing attempt and make a new plan how to infiltrate KL with small force (including Davos) and to free Cersei’s captives (including Missandei), which will end up with an action sequence at the Dragonpit and public revolt in KL (all the build-up of the public discontent has to pay off).

      The most interesting thing would be Jaime’s appearance on the Dragonstone, if the man with the script on the photo is indeed NCW. I can see him being sent for a parlay with another “Come and See” type challenge, or I can see him escaping KL to join Tyrion after he finally has enough of Cersei. Yet, there still a possibility that the man in question is not NCW, so probably I should abstain from speculations until someone confirms or denies Jaime’s presence.

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    33. I wonder how Davos will react when he faces the person (Tyrion) who was in charge of a battle that resulted in his son’s deaths? I know he wanted Mel dead for burning Shireen. He despised her actually and he would have killed her himself if he could. Will Davos’ feel that the enemy of my enemy is my friend and they all start digging up dragon obsidian in dragonstone like a happy family, or will this result in conflict between the parties in these scenes? I know this might not be a very popular speculation but one never knows.

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    34. Jon and Davos will be taking Dragonstone, and Dany and co. will be arriving shortly afterwards and meeting KITN as a Beger Queen forced to adjust to the new reality (

      LOL

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    35. Inga:
      SerNoName,

      Why on earth would Dany become a Beggar Queen to Jon? Why would she need to beg him for her Ancestral Seat when she has Dragons? Why would Jon, who just fought for his home back, be okay with taking Dany’s home and having her beg him for it?

      That doesn’t sound like either Jon or Dany.

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    36. asoiaf fan,

      It might result in tentions the same way like interactions with Brienne last season, but Davos was the one who said “That’s in the past”. On the other hand the theme of hard forgiving and leaving things in the past may be a reoccurring variation this season: Davos & Tyrion; Jon & Theon & Jaime (possibly). It was easy for Jon to tell Olly to forget the sufferings of his family, it will be much harder to do that himself.

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    37. The various beaches look very similar, I’m guessing that they’ll be used for a combination of landing/ battle scenes on the shores of dragonstone with San Juan de Gaztelugatxe being used as the approach to the main keep, The walkway is probably the most spectacular part of this location- the rest is just beaches (that resembles all the other beaches).

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    38. SerNoName: Yes, that does look like NCW. I thought as much, but someone mentioned up thread that he was in Greenland as of yesterday. Maybe he flew in today.

      I’m not so sure. Direct flights between Greenland and Northern Spain don’t exist, he’d need to connect via a two leg journey to Copenhagen and would take miminum 18h…so it’s pretty unlikely NCW would be in Greenland the day before he has an early morning call for rehearsals.

      My guess is the guy is just a crew member.

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    39. Inga: The only thing: I can’t see Dragonstone meeting happening in 701 or anywhere else before the midpoint of the season. We were promised a big battle in the south evolving around the wagon train ambush and involving the Unsulled, the Dothraki, at least one of the Lannisters, at least one of the dragons, epic fall into the water etc. And there is a naval battle to be combined with it somehow.

      She could arrive at Dragonstone in a cold open of episode 1 and ALL of that can still happen afterward. Her troops and ships aren’t stuck there. She’s entering a war so all can move around for battles. Those events don’t have to fit precisely into one’s own theories and speculation of order to work… A meeting can happen anytime as well to give and receive terms.

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    40. asoiaf fan,

      I think that Davos can make the distinction between deaths during battles and the outrageous sacrifice of an innocent girl. And it’s not like Davos is blameless himself, he kept supporting a man who allowed the murder of his little brother with blood magic. He sent his sons to fight for the man, so he bears some responsibility himself.

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    41. Inga:
      SerNoName,

      “Saving Private Ryan with swords” with one of the dragons (Drogon?) in the role of Private Ryan. Or Liam simply draw a parallel to the Normandy landings of 1944, which made the opening sequence of the SPR.

      No- I think its simply an off the cuff remark by the paper and shouldn’t be taken literally. It likely means that there’ll be battles on the beach- which we already know about.

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    42. Apollo,
      As I wrote in the other thread – was that even a quote of Liam’s? Because from the article it seems it was by that screenwriter / director they hired to do that special?

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    43. Danny,

      Yes I agree. But he is still the father of these boys so it is kind of difficult to be objective if it is your own children. Could he put this aside for the greater good, of course he could. I agree he followed Stannis and he has his own sins, but this is all speculation so it is nice to think of all the possibilities. Also in an ideal scenario it will all be the good guys teaming together, digging for that dragon obsidian and they all go off and fight the WW. It may happen, you never know. I am open minded. But I am expecting some unexpected twists and turns. Before season 6 aired, I would never have imagined that Cersei would blow up the sept. All Lena said was that Cersei still has some tricks up her sleeves, but I had no idea the extent of those tricks!

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    44. Apollo,
      It’s at the end: “El guionista Borja Cobeaga ya avanzaba en el especial de este periódico sobre el rodaje en Bizkaia que lo que se verá en la costa vasca será una especie de ‘Salvar al soldado Ryan’ con espadas.”

      And if you click on the link it leads to, the screenwriter theorises that “fighting on beach + attack on that place with the difficult name” = “something like the Normandy landing in SPR”.

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    45. purpleofhair,

      Lol he/she mostly joking or just delusional.

      Anyways, Dany doesn’t seem to be in whatever is happening between Tyrion and Davos. I’m thinking Tyrion sticks around in Dragonstone and Kingslanding for familial drama, while Daenerys deals with Euron with a greyjoy and sandsnakes.

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    46. Yaga,

      Ah so it’s just a figure of speech as I thought. So it’ll be a battle on the beach.. and we shouldn’t be expecting Tom Hanks and Matt Damon wearing armour any time soon ?

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    47. Apollo,

      Thanks for clarification. One way or another it’s a battle on the beach with the northerners against Cersei’s forces (maybe even under Jaime’s command, though I’m far from sure). One thing I’m sure: both Jon and Davos will be perfectly capable of noticing Dany’s ships anchored all around Dragonstone (if she lands their first) and distinguishing Lannister men from the Unsulled/Dothraki. The idea of a “friendly fire exchange” between Jon and Dany sounds a bit cheesy.

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    48. Inga,

      Cersei’s forces won’t be anywhere near DS though- and Jaime certainly wouldn’t be there. It’s a rocky islet with no strategic value whatsoever and has no real resources to speak of that she would require.

      That aside, she has just usurped the throne- she’s killed the beloved Queen, caused the beloved king to commit suicide, has obliterated most of the nobility, the faith and many many of the smallfolk. Ep. 6 last season took great pains (and cost) to show just how loved Tommen, Marg and the Faith are. It’s likely there’s a reason for that.

      So- all of these parties will be out for revenge and Westeros / Kings landing will likely be immersed in civil war and carnage on all fronts.

      She has no allies whatsoever apart from the few remaining Lannister men after this (and possibly Eurons at some stage).

      She also has Dany’s arrival to deal with along with 100,000 Dothraki screamers, 8000 Unsullied and goodness knows how many Tyrell, Dornish and Ironborn sailing for Westeros. Oh.. and 3 dragons.

      All Cersei can hope to do is to hold Kings Landing with what (very limited) forces she still has who are loyal to her, that is until her impending death.

      There’s no way in 7 hells she’ll send out men to protect a meaningless rock. Not even she is that crazy.

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    49. Some comments got me thinking…..Will a male character kill a Major character again on GoT? The people that want or think Arya attains kills on her list and Sansa kills LF after just killing one of the other dominant figure just last season. Don’t forget Brienne will probably need a significant kill or 2 soon. I don’t know just thinking out loud……

      PS….Stannis,Walder Frey,Ramsey Examples of major deaths the last two seasons.

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    50. BIlly Starke,

      It depends on which a person considers major characters I think. My personal viewpoint is that it’s just these; Daenerys, Jon, Tyrion, Arya, Bran, Sansa, Cersei, Jaime, and if one is willing to allow me, the Night(s) King. Of those right now I think the ones most likely to be killed by a MALE (and living) character are Sansa, Cersei and the NK. Remove LF from play and I’ll remove Sansa from consideration. If it goes MY way our bitchin’ little assassin Arya will eliminate Petyr Baelish in a very unpleasant manner.

      If we expand our parameters of “major” then I’ll add the possibility of… … Yara or Theon, Olenna, Ellaria, a Sand Snake or three, and Qyburn. I’m discounting any death by wight, WW or dragon as a death by a male character. There’s a very good chance of losing others in that way.

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    51. Inga,

      LOL! When I looked at it with my magnifying glass, I thought NCW was the guy standing off a little behind Peter, and NCW is wearing a grey cap, and jacket. It looked like Peter was talking to Alfie Allen. At least that’s who I think it was, not Kit. I couldn’t see Liam and I wonder now if the person mistakenly thought NCW was Liam? Also, and no I’m not crazy, but opposite Peter, further off, can someone tell me, is that Tom Wlaschiha? No cap, just kind of messy hair, standing with his hands behind his back next to a woman with an orange top, hair not long like his character, but not real short either? I think I saw his name on the cast list for Season 7.

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    52. dragonbringer,

      Dany had emotional scenes and quite a bit of them. But also understand she’s a Queen and she needs to act like it. Emotional scenes with Jon about what? Doubt we’ll know his parentage that soon, that she’ll know it that soon if ever. I expect it to be frosty, Davos and Tyrion on each side suggest that.

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    53. Geralt of Rivia,

      Yes, it was Sam and Maester Aemon talking about Dany in S5, but Jon came in during their conversation and it’s quite safe to assume that he overheard that “A Targarian alone in the world without a family to guide her is a terrible thing.” And of cause, he could have brieffed about Dany by Sam off screen: Jon was a Lord Commander at that time already and as such he had to keep an eye on the overall political situation and factors which could affect it.

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    54. Apollo,

      Sorry, but it’s just ridiculous. Dragonstone was used as a jumping ground for the conquest of Westeros twice, and you are telling me that Cersei is going to leave it unmanned? Now way.

      Of cause, she hasn’t got numbers to man all and everything. She has to find out Dany’s landing plans to concentrate her forces at the right spot, which won’t be hard with the Reach and Dorne involved, especially taking into account that the Sand Snakes are overconfident. However, there is always a chance that your enemy might be using diversion, so leaving Dragonstone completely unmanned would be foolish. And Cersei is not a total fool.

      That said, I can see the picture you painted in your imagination: you count that Kings Landing and the Crownlands will rise in arms against the Mad Queen (at least partly). That may happen of cause. However, I have seen too many revolutions drowned in blood, and though I have seen (and participated) in a lot of successful ones, I have to admit that a ruthless and limitless terror CAN BE VERY EFFECTIVE in suppressing the public unrest. The crowd is helpless without a right leader and if a right leader fails to emerge, you get the Tiananmen’89, not the CEE Velvet Revolutions or Maidan’14. With someone as ruthless as Cersei I would rather expect Tiananmen, rather that Maidan scenario. However, my prediction would be something like Calea Victoriei (Bucharest)’21-12-1989 in the Dragonpit and I expect Davos being behind that.

      We’ll see whether my experience with revolutions is any use at predicting GoT.

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    55. Inga,

      Jon entered as Aemon finished what he said to Sam. That’s just speculation if they talked about her. I believe they would show it but he’ll her about her next season and she’ll hear about him.

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