Jaime is in trouble …
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HBO has released photos of Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 2 before the Sunday debut. As with the season premiere, the title of Episode 2 will be kept locked until broadcast ̵
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HBO is doing everything it can to hide Season 8 details (in addition to hiding the episode titles, the cable network has not released any episodes.) Descriptions of these Season), but there are some things that we can see from the new photos.
Judging from the lighting in some images, it seems that all rulers in Winterfell – including Jon, Sam, Arya, Daenerys, Jorah, Varys, Tyrion, and Bran – gather around Winterfell and may try to plan their defense strategy against the Night King and the army of the dead.
As we've seen in episode 2 published by HBO, Tormund seems to be coming back to Winterfell in time to warn Jon The White Walkers will reach them before dawn, and it seems the episode is preparing for the battle by Winterfell, which is likely to occupy the entire episode 3, as it is referred to as "the longest consecutive battle sequence ever filmed"
As seen in the promo, a photo also shows Jaime Lannister in the Great Hall from Winterfell, where he is not only responsible for pushing Bran out of a window and paralyzing him (if Bran's information was Jon and Dany), but also because he was the infamous "Kingslayer," Daenery's father, the Mad King Aerys, murdered.
And even though Jon learned the truth about his real parents, Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, at the end of Episode 1, the photos are of little surprise Whether Jon tells Daenerys that he is her nephew – the two do not appear together in one of the pictures – but we have the theory that the conflict between Jon and Daenerys in Episode 1 is not raised could pope the way predict.
What other clues did you find in the photos? Share your predictions for Episode 2 in the comments. For more information on Game of Thrones, see the opening points where we've already seen the spiraling White Walker symbols, our theory about Cersei's pregnancy, and when we could see her again Jon's Direwolf Ghost.