'Game of Thrones' Fans Pay Tribute To The Fierce House Mormont

'Game of Thrones' Fans Pay Tribute To The Fierce House Mormont

"We have won the great war...now we will win the last war", says Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen in the first look at the fourth episode of the final season of Game of Thrones. Continue reading at your own risk!

The day is finally here, the hour is almost upon is, as Game Of Thrones will air the long-awaited Battle of Winterfell on Sunday night.

Lyanna Mormont's tragic death This episode, while saw its saviours rise, was also replete with the inevitable deaths of fan-favourite characters.

While the Dead massively overwhelmed our heroes for a majority of the episode, racking up a seemingly endless body count in the process, we all know it's really only the main characters we care about.

The army of the dead, including the undead Viserion, fell as soon as the Night King - who was the one who had turned them - did, rescuing most of our heroes from nearly certain death. One mad theory is that the whole reason the Night King wants to come to Winterfell is not to murder everyone, but to be reunited with his long lost "Night Queen", an ancient Stark queen who is buried in the crypt.

Xi Jinping appeared to surprise both his aides and guests when he touched upon the wildly popular HBO production, with the latest episode aired over the past weekend after the series' final season kicked off.

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"When we did the whole bit with Melisandre, I realised the whole scene with [the Red Woman] brings it back to everything I've been working for over these past six seasons - four if you think about it since [Arya] got to the House of Black and White", Williams said.

They scaled the walls, and a wight giant made its way onto the grounds, knocking Lyanna Mormont over.

Theon, who took the assignment to protect Bran Stark, found valiantly to kill every undead that tried to get near Bran. He stopped her hand, and Arya dropped the dagger.

Meanwhile, the Night King and his cronies march on Theon and Bran. But, what does this mean for her love triangle with Jamie Lannister and Tormund Giantsbane? Her past training had served her well and this was essential in her tip-toeing across the halls of Winterfell and avoiding the wights who were searching for any living being to devour.

Obviously Arya didn't kill the Night King with a sword, let alone one that was on fire.

A tense moment ensues as the Night King begins to approach Bran.

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