Game of Thrones Season 7 Concept Art Confirms Finale Scene

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Exciting new images have surfaced today, offering a possible glimpse at Game of Thrones season 7. The images: a piece of concept art, from the new season, depicting a moment from a major scene in the season finale.

The photos first turned up on Imgur/Reddit. Having examined them, we’re fairly certain they’re legitimate. Stop here if you don’t want to know more!

The images are actually photographs of a picture, by the look of it. In the photo, we see several characters standing near the ruins of the Dragonpit, including Tyrion Lannister, Bronn, a Lannister guard, and likely Jon Snow with his back turned. The second photo is a close-up of the picture’s corner, where it reads “Game of Thrones VII. Dragonpit Entrance.”

The pictures give us an idea of what we can expect to see in season 7.  The artwork works well with what we spotted during Dragonpit location shooting last fall, when Game of Thrones filmed at Italica in Santiponce, Spain. However, the final product may be somewhat different from this art, as what we see onscreen isn’t always an exact match for concept art. So take this with a grain of salt!

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Dragonpit Entrance Game of Thrones 7

Game of Thrones employs several concept artists each year to realize the vision of the scripts, and usually there’s a variety of styles. This picture combines real images with the artwork to create the setting, similar to Kieran Belshaw‘s work on season 6.

We first learned last August that we’d be seeing the Dragonpit, a building found in King’s Landing. It once housed the Targaryen dragons, but now stands in ruins. Our spoiler report also told us we’d be seeing Daenerys there. Additionally, we know that this scene takes place in the season 7 finale. If you’d like to know more and don’t mind major spoilers, check out our extensive spoiler report on the Dragonpit scene from November!

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    1. Wow, can’t wait to see this on screen. From this picture alone, you can already tell that it’s going to be visually stunning.

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    2. I’d really love to know the reason why this westerosi rulers chooses Dragonpit for the parlay. It seems so random

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    3. Rhoynish Prince,

      If I were a Westerosi ruler and had to meet with Cersei, I wouldn’t pick an enclosed space like the Red Keep (or the Sept before it blew up). It’s better to meet in a ruin, so I can climb the walls and run if she does something funny lol.

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    4. Call me crazy. I think they wanted to find a location symbolic of the return of the Dragon, while simultaneously showing the current state of affairs in Westeros.

      Saying the Dragonpit is random shows a clear lack of knowledge of the series. It’s not like the Targaryens built it to house dragons or anything.

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    5. Looks Beautiful, can’t wait to see the final product thus summer.
      Great seeing tyrion and Jon together, hope they have a lot of scenes together.

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    6. Jay Targ,

      This! The artwork of the dragonpit looks awesome. Jon looking up at the ruins – feels!! Considering he has never been anywhere other than the north.

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    7. ghost of winterfell:
      Jay Targ,

      This! The artwork of the dragonpit looks awesome. Jon looking up at the ruins – feels!! Considering he has never been anywhere other than the north.

      He had no destination in mind. He wanted only to ride. He followed the creek for a time, listening to the icy trickle of water over rock, then cut across the fields to the kingsroad. It stretched out before him, narrow and stony and pocked with weeds, a road of no particular promise, yet the sight of it filled Jon Snow with a vast longing. Winterfell was down that road, and beyond it Riverrun and King’s Landing and the Eyrie and so many other places; Casterly Rock, the Isles of Faces, the red mountains of Dorne, the hundred islands of Braavos in the sea, the smoking ruins of old Valyria. All the places that Jon would never see. The world was down that road … and he was here. – Jon V; A Game of Thrones

      We’re finally going to see him on screen without that sad blue filter. 😀

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    8. To echo… that is fantastic! This should be a great scene! So many of our series long characters in one place and a lot of them never or rarely on screen together… Can’t wait!

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    9. Flayed Potatoes: He had no destination in mind. He wanted only to ride. He followed the creek for a time, listening to the icy trickle of water over rock, then cut across the fields to the kingsroad. It stretched out before him, narrow and stony and pocked with weeds, a road of no particular promise, yet the sight of it filled Jon Snow with a vast longing. Winterfell was down that road, and beyond it Riverrun and King’s Landing and the Eyrie and so many other places; Casterly Rock, the Isles of Faces, the red mountains of Dorne, the hundred islands of Braavos in the sea, the smoking ruins of old Valyria. All the places that Jon would never see. The world was down that road … and he was here. – Jon V; A Game of Thrones

      We’re finally going to see him on screen without that sad blue filter. 😀

      So true, I hadn’t thought about that! 😂 😂

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    10. bluefrost,

      Hmm I think this part was clarified in the post itself?

      This picture combines real images with the artwork to create the setting, similar to Kieran Belshaw‘s work on season 6.

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    11. bluefrost:
      Those are clothes and pics of characters from seasons 5/6

      Like we explained in the post. “This picture combines real images with the artwork to create the setting.”

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    12. R ya under foot?,

      So do you think

      Cersei would waste her time thinking about a symbolic place to meet with her enemies? Or Daenerys, who wants the throne that Cersei is holding, she would think about that? Or Jon who is worried about the WW in the North, he would think in symbolism?

      I agree with you about the place being metaphorical but sorry man in the narrative and to the plot the meeting in Dragonpit IS random. Nothing makes sense in this scene at all. Everyone knows Cersei is a crazy ruler who just blew up her enemies and her family. Meeting with her makes no sense at all, so as the wight hunt. And makes less sense choosing Dragonpit.

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    13. My guess is that

      Cersei will be the one to choose the Dragonpit as the meeting location because she wants Daenerys’s crew to see the ruins that used to be her family’s home. Kind of like rubbing it in that she’s the past and Cersei is the present and future. Just my guess, could very well be wrong.

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    14. Rhoynish Prince: I agree with you about the place being metaphorical but sorry man in the narrative and to the plot the meeting in Dragonpit IS random. Nothing makes sense in this scene at all. Everyone knows Cersei is a crazy ruler who just blew up her enemies and her family. Meeting with her makes no sense at all […]. And makes less sense choosing Dragonpit.

      I think it makes perfect sense. Leak-based commentary to follow:

      Dany has Cersei against the ropes, so they meet inside the city. If they met outside the walls, that would sort of defeat the point of a location in which both sides hold the same amount of power (given the situation, in which Cersei must admit she’s losing, I mean.) So, it’s gotta be a completely deserted place, somewhere neutral; It has to be a place where Cersei can’t pull any shit (or the other side, for that matter.) Also, it must be big enough for all of them but hidden from public view. The Dragonpit is the only place that fits the bill.

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    15. bluefrost,

      What definition of “winning” includes Cersei having to negotiate with the enemy (something Cersei wouldn’t wanna do at all) in her own capital? That means she’s losing, that she’s holding to power by a thread.

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    16. Btw, sorry for not spoiler-tagging my post, mods. When the entire article is about a spoiler I sometimes get confused when I should and shouldn’t cover up. To be on the safe side, Ill just cover up if Im not sure.

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    17. The concept art is awesome…. But Jon’s image seems from Battle of Bastards (Where is his gorget? The piece of the armor of his neck)
      I don’t know, maybe I’m wrong…

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    18. This tiny little glimpse of S7 has got me super excited. I mean, holy balls!, Jon Snow is in King’s Landing! Tyrion and Bronn reunited! Jon meets Bronn! And the dragonpit looks amazing!

      I zoomed in and see that there are 2 chairs on a dais inside the dragonpit.

      I guess for Cersei and her entourage to sit upon while staring down at D & J and crew? I wouldn’t expect anything less from Cersei, lol.

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    19. The reason for this meeting can be summed up like this (least in IMO) – The enemy of my enemy is my friend. Think back to WW2 – the UK, the US and the Soviet Union all teamed up even though the US and the Soviets hated each other. The threat of Hitler however was so big that they put aside their differences to work together.

      That’s the reason for the Wight expedition. You need proof that something bigger is coming – and much like us in real life the humans of Westeros will only unite when faced with an outside threat that is real.

      Or at least that’s how I’m explaining it to myself. Ah well back to watching wrestling.

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    20. If Bronn is there, can we assume Jaime is there by default or do they part ways this season? Because if Jaime is there, all 3 Lannisters are present and that will get ugly as F!

      Not to mention all the other players who are present

      My first thought of the guy the article is saying is Jon, I thought it was Dario. It would be easier to tell if he had a blue forked beard or something

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    21. bluefrost,

      Leak-based spoilers:

      That makes no sense to me. By this point, Cersei basically seems to only control the capital and its surroundings. The North and the Vale have rebelled for Jon, as has Dorne and the Reach for Daenerys (and their leadership has been killed, but that doesn’t mean those kingdoms are back in Cersei’s hand.) Cersei’s army is at least severely crippled by Dany’s surprise attack on the way back from Highgarden. Cersei wouldn’t stoop to negotiating with Daenerys Targaryen of all people, let alone her brother Tyrion, if she wasn’t forced to do so. She has no alternatives. Remember: If Dany wanted, she could raze the capital to the ground with her dragons. She’d risk being seen to be as mad as her father, but do you really think Cersei wants to test Dany’s sense of morality and public persona? Until the meeting, Cersei doesn’t know about the threat of the White Walkers, which is the true reason the Jon-Dany alliance decide to come to the table instead of involving themselves in a senseless war against Cersei. They need all the manpower they can get. Cersei doesn’t know that yet.

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    22. why would not the dragons also be present in the dragon pit? They could be there to demonstrate power and as failsafe to incinerate the wight.

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    23. Marlana,

      We don’t know the dragons aren’t there, but… They shouldn’t be!

      As far as I know, you shouldn’t bring your nuclear weapons to a negotiation, especially when the other side doesn’t have nuclear weapons. Dany could and perhaps should use the dragons as a verbal threat, but not actually bring them to the negotiation… because if she did, there would be no negotiation. If the dragons were in the Dragonpit and I was Cersei, I wouldn’t go near the place. If Dany really wants a talk, she can’t bring her fire-breathing monsters.

      Tully Baby,

      In fact, there is wildfire under the dragonpit in the books, isn’t there? If I recall correctly, Tyrion got his Blackwater battle plan from some old caches of the Mad King’s wildfire being accidentally found in the Dragonpit ruin. In the show, this didn’t happen, but Tyrion could still make sure the location was secure.

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    24. Luka Nieto,

      Cersei agrees to the parlay that is Team Dragonstone’s idea (crucial part, they try to call for ceasfire and get help) because she senses an opportunity to backstab them. If Cersei was losing she’d propose the meeting. Euron obliterates Yara’s fleet, Dorne is done, Tyrells are done (the sack of HG). Daenerys does the ambush but suffers heavy losses. Drogon and she are almost killed. Unsullied are useless anyway (as evidenced in season 5). Then Viserion gets killed (if it’s even true) And Jon remains neutral in the political game. He does not wish to fight Cersei

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    25. Boojam: Does the Dragon Pit turn up in any of the ‘panorama’ -VFX shots of Kingslanding in seasons past?

      We have never seen the Dragonpit in a panorama of King’s Landing. However, we have never truly seen the side of the city in which it would be located, which I assume was done on purpose in case they ever wanted to show it properly. Most panoramas are from the Red Keep looking at the Great Sept (the Dragonpit would be on the right, just out of view), from the Great Sept or even further looking back at the Red Keep (the pit would be out of view on the left this time), or from one side or the other of the Red Keep, but without seeing the far side of the city. There is only one panorama in season five that fits the bill (in which the VFX were pretty poorly done, by the way); the only panorama that could show the Dragonpit, but not even this one shows the whole northwestern side of the city in which the Dragonpit should be found.

      If in season seven they depict the Dragonpit in the northwestern edge of the city, next to the walls, there would be no continuity error. Still, that season five panorama cuts it very close. But it’s so badly done that I would just ignore it. The Red Keep looks like a paper, like a 2D profile of the castle, even though from this perspective it should be looking a bit towards us; the Great Sept looks completely out of place, both geographically and in terms of lighting; and we should see the entrance to the Blackwater river. A rare ugly panorama for this show, and one filled with continuity mistakes.

      bluefrost,

      All I can say is we have interpreted the leaks very differently. They’re scant on detail, after all, so it’s understandable. Come Summer, we shall see.

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    26. Luka Nieto,

      If Cersei really is in such a bad shape, it raises more questions imo. Dany already has a 100,000 dothraki in her army along with Unsullied. Add to this they have the northern and the Vale army. If the Lannisters are reduced to just a few thousand soldiers after heavy defeat, then why go on this extremely risky wight hunt just to ask for the help of those few thousand soldiers, when your own forces already exceed a 100,000, not to mention 3 dragons? That doesn’t make much sense to me. Why would Tyrion and Dany be interested in a compromise with Cersei if she barely has any firepower to trouble them?

      Alternatively, maybe the southern war ends in more of a stalemate with neither side getting a decisive upper hand. That would explain why everybody involved would be looking for a compromise. Besides, the Lannister/ Euron alliance being in a reasonably strong position would at least explain why they are looking for help from them.

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    27. The pic looks great, totally get the chills after seeing those ruins last yr. the Dragonpit is gonna be amazing… Looks as though Bronn may be brokering the meeting, having “associates” on both sides.?

      I’ve been thinking about Maisie’s comments in the previous article..

      She mentioned a huge cliffhanger (almost certainly the Wall falling of course), but her comments around being uncertain who makes it to the next season does make me wonder about the DP and whether some serious shit goes down here .. most of the cast are stationed here after all..

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    28. This is why I’d love to see some of the earlier stories set in Westeros, because I want to know what it looked like before the Dance.

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    29. Last year I wrote off CleganeBowl ever happening, but with the possibility of Cersei being in an actual bowl-shaped place — and of course where she goes The Mountain goes — I’m as psyched as Arya after she takes another name off her list.

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    30. In my mind at least things in the south have reached a stalemate for this to happen and various parties are starting to realise that a parlez is necessary in order to deal with the bigger threat in the north.

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    31. The scenery will be great. Unless Cersei is suicidal, which I know she isn’t, she wouldn’t try anything.

      I want a scene with Tyrion and Cersei; Jamie and daenerys so bad. I imagine there would be tension between Lannister crew and Targaryen crew, then Jon and Davos be like “so there are…white walkers coming”.

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    32. bluefrost,

      There is no reasoning with you,you already made up you mind about

      the wight hunt

      without even seeing it on screen so how do you expect people to take you seriously ?

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    33. Luka Nieto,

      Good eye Neito, and memory. You are right the season 5 long view of KL is the best but in High Res , muddy. Maybe with so much detail , in the distance, had to be that way.
      Still , when I look in the direction where Dragon’s Gate should be is something something kinda there?
      Seems the show’s KL is more narrow in the ‘middle’ than other depictions show, but then I am not good at making things out.
      Will be interesting if we get an aerial shot in S7 that shows it.

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    34. ghost of winterfell,

      Because team Jon and Dany require as many living men as they can get. If the Lannisters keep reducing their army and the Lannister army itself continues to be reduced, that is a LOT of wasted man power. They are fighting a massive army of undead, they need everyone.

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    35. KaySen,

      ghost of winterfell,

      The issue is not just asking for help and increasing the overall army, Team Dany can’t fight the WW if there isn’t a ceasefire as Team Cersei will keep attacking them and putting down all sides numbers, there can not be a war while their fighting the WW which is why it’s so important to prove the WW existence even if Cersei doesn’t pledge her army to their cause.

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    36. Mel,

      That is what I said, that both army numbers will be reduced. Admittedly sloppy. When I said the Lannister army will reduce their number and also reduce their own, I should have stated “their” as in team Dany and Jon’s army.

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    37. Mel:
      KaySen,

      ghost of winterfell,

      Team Dany can’t fight the WW if there isn’t a ceasefire as Team Cersei will keep attacking them and putting down all sides numbers,

      If Cersei’s side is so badly defeated as to leave her with only King’s Landing and a few thousand soldiers whereby she is barely hanging to power by a thread, she would not really be in a position to keep attacking them. I think Cersei might lose, yes, but not so badly that she is no longer a threat to Dany and Jon. At the same time, I think Dany herself would have faced some serious losses in the ambush. Taken along with the fact that Dany is unwilling to take innocent lives by using dragons on KL, it essentially turns into a stalemate.
      Imo, for the dragonpit meeting to have real stakes, Cersei’s side needs to have some bite left in them.

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    38. ghost of winterfell,

      Contains Leaks:

      Yeah, that is more or less the way I see it too. Though I still think Dany is likely to have the upper hand, if for no other reason than the fact that she has dragons (reduced to two at that point, but perhaps Cercei and co don’t know). I haven’t read the leaks in awhile but I seem to remember that the primary reason Tyrion and Davos go to King’s Landing is to try to get Jaime to surrender the city? Perhaps TeamDany makes a threat to let the dragons loose on King’s Landing (a threat they have no intention of actually fulfilling but make the threat anyway to get Cersei to be willing to talk). Again, to be clear, I agree that Cersei probably still has sizable military strength (enough to do serious damage) but I don’t think she’d be willing to talk if she felt she had the upper hand, or even an equal hand. But we’ll see.

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    39. ghost of winterfell,

      I am uncertain what is considered a spoiler here, so I will just cover everything with them.

      Cersei has a ballista, the king’s guard, iron born and the Lannister army. She is not completely powerless and can do damage to Dany’s army and dragons. However she is not powerful enough to win. Dany and Jon require a ceasefire in order to keep their numbers and dragons. They also need Cersei’s forces to help.

      Cersei is simply buying time so she can increase her forces. Such as hiring the golden company from Essos with money borrowed from the iron bank. The iron bank is going to fund her given if KL is conquered, they lose the debt and also probably much less opportunity to gain more money from Westeros. Funding Cersei s their best option for future payoff. I know most people do not believe this spoiler, but it is true nevertheless.

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    40. ghost of winterfell,

      Also don’t forget that Cersei does not know about the undead army before she agrees to the meeting, so she can’t know that she can reduce Dany’s army by simply allowing them to fight the undead by themselves. So what would her motive be to agree to a meeting? She knows Dany is more powerful, having a meeting does not change the situation for Cersei, unless she is buying time for some reason…

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    41. kaysen,

      The question is how much of that Lannister / Ironborn army is left after the battle. Imo it should be at least enough for Cersei to still pose a reasonable threat to Dany and Jon even though she can’t hope to win against them.
      My point was only that I think both sides Cersei and Dany will suffer losses in their war and it won’t be a rout for Dany, which would justify Jon taking the extreme risk of going north of the Wall to look for a way to end the southern war.
      I definitely don’t see the Iron Bank funding Cersei anything. It would be more reasonable for them to go to Dany and make a deal with her, like they did with Stannis in the books. Imo what the IB will do is send someone to KL to demand repayment from Cersei which leads to Jaime sacking Highgarden.

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    42. ghost of winterfell,

      That’s right, Cersei still has some bite so Jon and Dany want the meeting. But why would Cersei? She is weaker, a meeting does not change that. Dany isn’t offering soldiers to her, so why would Cersei want a meeting, there is nothing to gain. The only reason she would want the meeting, is to stall. But stall for what exactly? Her army is not going to spontaneously increase by itself.

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    43. Luka Nieto,

      She presumably will also have Euron’s navy on her side against Dany’s fleet.
      But her army should be minimal at this point. I wonder how they’ll work that out.

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    44. Are we all forgetting what happened to Stannis at the Blackwater? Taking King’s Landing, even with dragons, promises to be a costly affair. Even if Cersei is losing the war, a parley to see if the inevitable loss of life accompanying a siege of KL can be avoided is sensible. Doubly sensible when you consider one of the most basic of military maxims: Never leave an enemy force in your rear.

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    45. The dragonpit that absolutely nobody on the show has mentioned and nobody has seen? I think it’s stupid and it makes no sense why characters would go and meet there. And the wight business is probably the most ludicrous suicide mission imaginable. Nobody needs to get Cersei to help them, they need to kill her because she is crazy. I hope everyone is wrong and the show is completely different than the spoilers because it honestly sounded like a really disappointing storyline. Probably beautiful visually though.

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    46. ghost of winterfell,

      Emilia remains lovely, goofy, and adorable. It’s more or less her perpetual state of existence.

      If she has only one day left of filming for her scenes, then the end of principal photography for the entire cast is probably pretty close. Of course, Emilia has to jump into filming the Han Solo movie almost immediately, so perhaps they’re doing her the courtesy of completing her remaining scenes ASAP. Either way, I expect we’ll be hearing about a wrap party of some kind in the next week or so.

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    47. Rhoynish Prince,

      Well if nothing makes sense to you then what would makes sense. Jon and Dany’s team meet Cersei in the Red Keep? no, that is stupid. To easily would Jon and Dany’s team be captured. Do they meet outside the Capital? No, that is stupid on Team Cersei’s part. That woman is never leaving the Capital, she risks to much leaving. So let’s find another neutral site in the Capital other than the Red Keep. Well the largest confines in the Capital are The Red Keep, The Sept, and low and behold the Dragonpit. Go ahead, name another site in Kings Landing that is away from the public and big enough to hold court that is acceptable? The Keep is out due to reasons I explained earlier. The Sept is out for obviuous reasons – it is GONE. The Dragonpit is there. It is not in the Red Keep where Jon and Dany are vulnerable and it still keeps Cersei in the city surrounded by her non-military innocent citizens. Yes, is meeting in the Dragonpit symbolic, absolutely. Is it to the point that people think it doesn’t make sense? Absolutely not I think i provided quite the breakdown as to why the Dragonpit is not random or just for show. What is the big freaking deal about where they are meeting anyways. GRRM creates this amazing destroyed building with fantastic history and we have not seen it once in the books or the show (only from afar in CGI Kings Landing shots). So what is the big f’ing deal that the damn scene is shot in the Dragonpit? I made a fantastic case as to why The Red Keep wouldn’;t be used and why Cersei wouldnt leave the city. So tell me one more time where else would you have this private meeting where everyone can guarantee their safety?

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    48. HousePotterz:
      Are we all forgetting what happened to Stannis at the Blackwater? Taking King’s Landing, even with dragons, promises to be a costly affair. Even if Cersei is losing the war, a parley to see if the inevitable loss of life accompanying a siege of KL can be avoided is sensible. Doubly sensible when you consider one of the most basic of military maxims: Never leave an enemy force in your rear.

      Also – when Tywin took the city at the end of Robert’s Rebellion, it was because Pycelle intervened on his behalf and got King Aerys to open the gates (with the assumption that Tywin was there to aid Aerys rather than to sack the city), he didn’t enter the city by force.

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    49. Stargaryen,

      I think you didn’t get it: the meeting itself does not make any sense. You can justify the place as much as you want, the meeting still doesn’t make sense. The more the guys here are trying to be reasonable with this storyline, the more it gets confused and completely off.

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    50. Rhoynish Prince,

      It makes a lot of sense, to all the factions involved.

      CERSEI, is either winning or losing the war. If she’s winning, it’s only temporary given the disparity in her forces versus Dany’s, so the best option available would be to negotiate for as much as she can get while she has the strength to get it.

      If she’s losing the war, negotiations offer several valuable opportunities. At the very least, it buys her time, time which she can use to do any number of things, like improving the defenses of the city or something wildfire related. Best case scenario, she gets a negotiated peace with her allowed to retain her head, and maybe more.

      DANY, who we know by this point has taken significant losses in the Southern War, would want to negotiate for several reasons. 1.) She will be fully aware of the WW threat, and know it needs every resource available to be stopped, 2.) The need to march north requires that Cersei be pacified somehow, as she cannot leave a hostile force with impunity to harass her while she deals with the WW, and 3.) Any life saved from having to besiege KL will be able to help in the defense against the WW.

      JON is the easiest. His priority all along has been the WW, and he knows what will be required to stop them. The Southern War is a drain on resources that need to be directed against the WW.

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    51. I wish I had just the tiniest fraction of the talent owned by the artists, set decorators and CGI experts involved in GoT! I’m constantly in awe.

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    52. Flayed Potatoes,

      I love that!!! “a road of no particular promise” And you know, it’s so symbolic: Kings road —a road of no particular promise. “Promise me Ned.” And irony, is Jon is king. And probably rightful king.

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    53. Seeing Bronn in the artwork reminded me of Jaime’s promise to find him a better lady with a better castle. The only one I can think of is Sam’s sister. Jaime could easily arrange that. Horn Hill is much better castle than Lolly’s castle 🤔

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    54. Jon’s Mom:
      Seeing Bronn in the artwork reminded me of Jaime’s promise to find him a better lady with a better castle. The only one I can think of is Sam’s sister. Jaime could easily arrange that. Horn Hill is much better castle than Lolly’s castle

      Well, she did say that she wasn’t keen on Randyll’s choice of Simon Fossoway……..

      Not sure that Sam would be overly keen on his sister marrying Bronn, though. Nor that Bronn would be a better option than Simon Fossoway as far as Talla is concerned.

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    55. Haven’t been on this site in a while, so I’m still catching up on spoilers but…I’d be really depressed if the season ends with Dany and Jon JUST ending. I’ll catch up on the spoilers now. Unless it’s a dragon reveal (like Dany would be away from her babies ) I hope it’s a scene where after Jon finds out his heritage, he tried to connect with the dragons.

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    56. Or maybe Cersei is dead at this point, dany has seized control, Jamie has declared the Lannister forces For Dany, and Jon is meeting with the new queen about the threat and needing her dragons?

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    57. I won’t write any spoilers but there is something that has leaked which means the scenario you described cannot go down like that. This site has reported on at least two articles which contradict your suggestion for example.

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    58. bluefrost,
      It aint Dany but Cersei who is actually in a fucked up in position. The Lannisters get done with Tyrells and but are defeated bu the Dothraki anyway. Jaime almost dies by Dragon fire but is saved by Bronn. And if you got the spoilers right, then let me tell you neither Cersei nor Dany are calling for the Dragonpit parlay, but its actually Jon Snow who plans to display a wight publicly.

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