HBO has released the new set of photos from Game of Thrones season 7. The stills have revealed surprising details that have hyped the audience to expect the unexpected.
The first image shows Daenerys Targaryen in her new attire. Moreover, it also hints that the Queen might have her own throne at Dragonstone. It is a costal island fortress which was once under her ancestors.
Next, we see Jon Snow whose face is lit by a burning torch nearby. It looks like the King in the North is in the crypts of Winterfell.
The third photo hints Arya Stark’s reunion with her brother and Elder sister Sansa Stark. However, it is also possible that she may be seated somewhere in the town.
The next photo hints a darker and grittier end to the new mad queen in the hands of her own brother. The still shows Jamie Lannister once again as the Lord Commander and kingsguard standing beside Cersei Lannister.
On a lighter note, there may also be some interesting romantic conflicts in the upcoming season. Another still shows Tormund Giantsbane in love with Brienne of Tarth.
Meera Reed is also shown dragging Bran Stark. Fans can check out the entire gallery embedded below. The photos were shared by HBO on their official Facebook page and were captured by Helen; Sloan.
Game of Thrones is all set to air its first episode from season 7 on July 16th. Unfortunately, the upcoming Season will contain 7 episodes. Furthermore, the TV series will come to an end in 2018 by releasing another set of six episodes in Season 8.
Behold, the first official photos from Game of Thrones Season 7. #GoTS7 premieres 7.16.
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