We’ve scarcely had room to breathe during the turbulent “Battle of the Bastards.” However, our watch starts again on Sunday with the season finale, which is supposed to be the greatest and longest episode in Game of Thrones history. “The Winds of Winter” is an incredible 69 minutes. Furthermore, it will be loaded with resurrections, female empowerment and the death of the most detested character.
Here are the 6 things we can expect from this episode:
1. Is Danny Really Sailing To The Westeros?
Daenerys Targaryen has spent the whole series in Essos. Therefore, it’s only reasonable to not be convinced that she’ll be sailing to Westeros before the end of the season; we’ve been enticed before too. In any case, after six seasons, it really feels inevitable.
In a single killer blow, she’s taken care of the Sons of the Harpy and the Masters in Slaver’s Bay with the assistance of her dragons and her new Dothraki. This leaves minimal story value for her to stay in Meereen. Combined with a whole Greyjoy armada of boats that is prepared to sail her to Westeros and interminable sexual pressure with YaraGreyjoy, Daenerys could at long finally assert claim to the Iron Throne.
2. The White Walkers Will Pulverize the Wall
It’s not sufficient that Bran’s actions brought about the heart-breaking death of Hodor. As it is, he could likewise be an impetus for the destruction of the Wall. The thought goes back to Bran being set apart by the Night’s King. Apparently, this was the reason why the White Walkers could enter the cave of the Three-Eyed.
Now, if Bran somehow happened to cross the Wall to achieve Castle Black and the North, that same magic nulling impact could apply to the Wall. As it is, the Wall is said to have magical properties that keep the White Walkers under control. The destruction of the Wall would be a disastrous event for Westeros. However, in all honesty, it needs to happen. The White Walkers have been looming their presence all through the series. What’s more, it’s been delightfully eerie to watch in little doses. In any case, they have to walk into Westeros to be a tangible threat to others apart from the Wildlings and the Night’s Watch.