Warning warning, if you haven’t watched Game of Thrones, season six episode seven (No One) then turn back now.
Right ho. As far as Game of Thrones episodes go, No One wasn’t bad. We found out what happened to Arya (she’s still alive, surprise surprise), Jaime and Brienne had a touching reunion and the incestuous Cersei discovered that she wouldn’t be able to undergo a trial by combat.
She’ll have to have a traditional trial, which isn’t necessarily going to go her way…
While the episode had some really strong moments (Pod and Bronn reuniting being a personal favourite), probably the most exciting aspect was the preview for next week’s Battle of the Bastards.
Yes. The battle to end all battles (and reportedly the most expensive ever shot by the show), we’re finally going to see Jon Snow face off against the nefarious Ramsay Bolton.
Chances are, only one of them will make it through the episode alive, and it would be a particularly cruel twist for us to have Jon Snow resurrected at the start of the season, only to have him butchered by Bolton at the end of it…
There is, however, various things to consider. First off, Sansa’s mysterious letter, which one clever Redditor figured out was for the attention of Petyr Baelish.While at the moment, Sansa and Jon’s army is inferior to Ramsay’s, bolstered by Baelish, they might just have a chance.
Then there’s the theory that the Umbers – who, if you remember, delivered Rickon Stark to Ramsay at the beginning of the season – haven’t actually swapped their allegiances. They’re still loyal to the Starks, and are planning to kill Ramsay as soon as he ventures out of the relative safety of Winterfell.
What do you think is going to happen? Let us know in the comments!
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