Maybe it really is all cocks, in the end!
The season’s last episode began with Jamie and Bronn talking about unsullied men, and ended with Jon and Deanery’s making out while Bran narrates how they are related to each other. Quite the end, and it left all of us on the edge of our seats for another two years. Yes, Game of Thrones Season 8, the ultimate season, is reported to air in 2019. The long wait for the start of the new season is going to be very hard indeed.
This was a dark and wrenching episode with heart stopping scenes of the blue-eyed, blue fire waltzing Viserion and backslapping interactions at King’s Landing. Here is a quick review of the seventh episode of Game of Thrones, Season 7 ‘The Dragon and the Wolf’.
Deanery’s Lands – Dragon Style
You know it was inevitable. How could the mother of dragons take the regular route? She doesn’t sale, or walk – She flies! This is the time in Game of Thrones, when, for the first time ever all our favourite characters could be seen in one frame, all sitting down for a chat at Dragonpit. Add a bit of twist to the drama with a couple of dragons flying over the arena and Dany’s demonstration of the army of dead and you have the perfect recipe for a gut-satisfying dish presented in the most beautiful way.
One Idiot to Another
That’s quite a revelation – at least both the idiots have finally started seeing their doltishness and this is where the “fixing” begins. For all that we know, it’s time Jamie said Goodbye to his toxic relationship with Cersie, and Tyrion, being the wise man that he is, and a smart one indeed, pulled out a blinder that definitely worked for others in the show. +50 to Tyrion, but we wonder what did he promised to Cersie that she immediately decided to change her stance. Cersie is pregnant and if Dany’s not able to conceive after her deed with Jon Snow (who’s not SNOW or SAND anymore), Cersie’s child is going to rule the seven kingdoms in future – probably that’s what Tyrion promised her, we assume!
The end of Little Finger
The finale’s only casualty and a much deserved one. The man who’s been the root of majority of rivalries and deaths that we have seen in the show, of course, “The Lord of Vale” had to get his comeuppance. Besides with all the saga about the Great War, there wasn’t much that we could expect from this character in the next season. It was only wise for the writers to write him off from the show at this stage.
Night King gets through the Wall
…and thanks to the wighted version of Viserion. Dany would be startled to know that her dead dragon is serving the army of the dead now. Does she have a plan for this? The Night King blasted an enormous wall with blue flame that came from the corpse of the dragon he was riding. It’s just a reminder that anything and everything is possible in the Game of Game of Thrones. At some point in next season, the living dragons will have to fight the dead dragon. Get set ready to experience the jets of blue and red flame.