Producers have given little away as to what season 7 has in store but the trailer hints at the chilling return of the White Walkers with Cersei, Daenerys and Jon Snow making their way to their respective thrones.
As we now know, Bran can travel through time and influence the past, present and future. Just as Jamie, killed Aerys in order to protect the people of Kings' Landing (thus becoming the Kingslayer), he could kill Cersei in an effort to protect what is left of their kingdom if he sees her going down a risky (or mad) path.
"'WINDS' will be different in some ways, but will parallel the show in others". She infuriates him, she speaks up at times when it's more helpful for him for her to not speak up.
With Jon Snow having been named the White Wolf and King in the North following his defeat of Ramsay and the recapture of Winterfell, he has a lot to deal with aside from looking after his people. Essentially he's got a problem: He's leader, and she's testing him, and as a leader you can't have someone question you.
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Daenerys Stormborn taking the Iron Throne has been in the cards since Season 1. On his way to Oldtown, with Gilly and baby Sam, he stopped off for a visit with his family, who were frankly frightful people, but as he was leaving he took his father's Valryian steel sword - one of the only things known to stand strong again the White Walkers. A connection to Jon Snow, and a danger of losing their humanity as part of a growing internal and external war. First it was Cersei, then Joffrey, then Ramsey Bolton. Jaime realizes that Cersei took the throne by committing the very atrocity - using the stash of wildfire to burn the sept - that he killed the Mad King Aerys II Targaryen to prevent; the act that won her the Iron Throne made her the Mad Queen that Aerys II never was. Don't worry, you don't have to feel left out this Monday. "The final season is going to be its own event". As Cersei destroys the Great Sept, her only surviving child King Tommen kills himself by stepping out of his window. Seems fairly likely she'd side with the Starks on this.
Dragons can be controlled by special horns and Euron possesses one he claims to have found in Valyria. It's the soft spot he's shown for both Sansa and Arya Stark, as well as the back story behind the gruesome burn injuries to his face (which came at the hands of his psychotic older brother, Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane) and his subsequent fear of fire. But choosing between her, Arya and Daenerys might be hard.
This does appear to be the season that we find out Bran's true calling...
Azor Ahai and the Prince That Was Promised are spoken about a lot by Melissandre who initially believed that Stannis was the reincarnation of him. Lets just hope she and Jon Snow are able to avoid Littlefinger's traps. Daenerys - The Mother of Dragons and the Unburnt - is another contender. Trivia starts at 2 p.m. and wraps up at 6 p.m., when will the bar will play some sports game on TV that is not Game of Thrones and therefore will not be mentioned in this article.