Cinematographer Robert McLachlan has shot some of the TV series" best and largest episodes, including "The Rains of Castamere" (the Red Wedding episode) and "Dance of Dragons'.
Daenerys riding on dragonback, laying to waste the Lannister and Tarly armies, gave us one of the biggest moments in Game of Thrones history, culminating in Drogon getting injured and Jamie Lannister sinking to the bottom of a lake.
In addition to the promo for Season 7, episode 5, HBO has released eight new photos for "Eastwatch", which can be viewed below. Then, at the absolute last second, Jaime gets saved (possibly by Bronn). The Spoils Of War director didn't come out and explicitly confirm that Jaime Lannister survived, but he did very much insinuate it.
Jon Snow (Kit Harington) has been spending the all two episode in finding and creating dragon stone but in this episode, he is forming his own suicidal squad to take up North to fight with the white walkers.
"I also heard online someone say 73, but I remember 63 as the total number of people burned in the sequence".
Tyrion's not the only one to brood by the Mother of Dragons.
Jon Snow seems the most reliable character to get behind: he knows who the real enemy is - he protects the Starks - and he could be a guiding force for good with Dany.
As for whether or not he's right, we'll probably find out in a few episodes one way or another. "Bend the knee and join me". Let's have a look on what the next one has in store for us. So many things that we were waiting for finally happened: the three remaining Starks were reunited in Winterfell, a dragon was unleashed, and we got the season's first proper cliff-hanger...