GoT Season 7 will have new twists, deaths and mysteries

Carla Harmon
July 16, 2017

One of your favourite long-lost Game Of Thrones characters is returning for season 7! Now, after arriving in Dragonstone, she will begin to plot her move towards King's Landing and the throne she really wants.

Don't hold your breath for that Lady Stoneheart storyline, "Game of Thrones" fans.

As Game Of Thrones returns for its penultimate seventh season tomorrow (US time), fans of the award-winning fantasy epic are getting an early fix at a pop-up bar in Washington, DC, which is complete with a fire-breathing dragon, coats of armour and bartenders who are dressed the part.

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Others at the premiere included Game Of Thrones regulars Maisie Williams, Nathalie Emmanuel, Alfie Allen, Iain Glen, Liam Cunningham, Gwendoline Christie and Ballycastle born Conleth Hill. Dany is out for blood and coming for the Iron Throne, and her possible relative Snow is now King in the North.

The reason why HBO is working on multiple Game of Thrones projects is because it increases the odds of finding something that can be as good as the main show. A conniving and cunning Queen, you are never sure what she will do next. Cersei wants revenge for Joffrey, whom she thinks he killed, so that's a safe bet. Jon and Sansa are already back together, and Arya is slowly making her way back to Winterfell, too. What happens if a character comes back to life? Think of it like "SportsCenter" but for "Game of Thrones". Jaime killing her and becoming Azor Ahai would be some ending to this season.

And in one of the most shocking season finales of the series' history, fans were left heartbroken when Snow was brutally stabbed to death by Alliser Thorne and the brothers of the Night's Watch after being labeled as a traitor in the ending to season 5.

Diana Rigg as Olenna Tyrell in "The Game of Thrones".

If you recall, last we saw Meera - and Bran! - they were trying to make their way back to the other side of the wall after meeting up with Bran's uncle, Benjen.

Isaac Hempstead Wright: Oh, yeah! Though it isn't confirmed, many believe this is the season Cersei will finally pay for everything she's done, and will finally fulfill the end of Maggy the Frog's (Jodhi May) prophecy.

And who could forget the love affair between Jon and the Wilding Ygritte.

Supposedly, Azor Ahai was a legendary warrior who fought the White Walkers when they first attacked the world, defeating them with the help of his flaming sword, Lightbringer.

He said: "It definitely has a different feel about it this season, obviously because we've got seven episodes instead of 10 and also because the seven episodes took more or less the same time as 10".

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