Nobody wants to miss the follow-up to last week's incredible premiere. Plus, the possibility that the book is referring to greyscale gets some support from Reddit user Beastmodekait, who noted, "Considering the only person to be cured that we've heard of was Shireen and the mine of dragon glass [sic] is at Dragonstone, it seems likely!" Whilst monologuing to his gathered kin at another feast, Walder begins to talk about the acts committed against the Starks and it soon becomes apparent to us that Arya is actually orchestrating everything. One of the images shows that Jon Snow is preparing to leave Winterfell with Ser Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham) and some of his men. "Leave one wolf alive, and the sheep are never safe".
The trailer for episode two seems to show Arya reunited with her dire wolf Nymeria, who we haven't seen since series one.
There is also a shot of a massive stand-off between Lannister Army and Unsullied. Meanwhile, Greyjoy ships sail in the night. Sitting down and sharing meat and alcohol with the Lannister servants, Arya told them (and the audience) of her intention to venture to King's Landing and kill Cersei Lannister.
Later, we see that Melisandre, aka the Red Woman, has made her way to Dragonstone. Set in the fictional lands of Westeros and Essos, it tells the story of how powerful families and individuals destroy each others to sit on the Iron Throne and rule The Seven Kingdoms.More news: Obamacare repeal to leave 32 mln uninsured: CBO
Not to be so easily dismissed, a cocksure Euron promises a gift to Cersei to win her over. It gave an idea of what Westeros will go through as winter and war are here. Unsurprisingly, Jamie is not amused! Even though he was last seen in the vast stretches of the Dothraki Sea in mid-Essos saying adieu to an upset Daenerys, we all immediately knew that it was the Mother of Dragons's loyal servant.
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The star of the episode is easily "The Hound" (Rory McCann), now travelling alongside the "Brotherhood Without Banners". Sadly the kind farmer and his young daughter who lived there are long dead and Clegane is clearly troubled by that as he feels bad about the way things ended with the pair during their last encounter. But despite the emotional texture of that scene, Clegane is still as mouthy and full of insults towards his new mates as ever as the group look to continue heading north.
With so many moving parts in the show, there's a lot of set-up to do.
"We don't know if we are telling a story where ultimately good will triumph, if given the space to do so, or we don't know if we are telling a slightly morally bankrupt story with no redemption to it where bad guys, under certain circumstances, will crush the good guys under foot", he says.