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Did the Game Of Thrones director just reveal Jaime Lannister's fate?

Did the Game Of Thrones director just reveal Jaime Lannister's fate? Did the Game Of Thrones director just reveal Jaime Lannister's fate?
Stacy Diaz | 13 August, 2017, 13:12

The next episode of "Game of Thrones" season 7 is officially titled "Eastwatch" and will follow the aftermath of Daenerys' fierce battle with House Lannister. Tyrion is doing his hilarious Jon Snow impression here, while Dany is putting on her queen face and probably telling some Lannister stragglers (like Jaime and Bronn) to surrender or die.

Now that we know the history of Qyburn with his knowledge of poisons, or the "medical arts", along with his involvement in the development of the ballista weapons "Scorpion", what does this mean for Drogon?

Terri Schwartz is Editorial Producer at IGN.

They are far from the only people at Dragonstone anxious though, as we see Varys sitting at the map table of Westeros. The following article contains spoilers based on the preview video of episode 5. Unfortunately, having a nice place to sit isn't doing much for her these days. "Three dragons, three riders, three siblings", Rodgers says.

This week's episode saw an emotional reunion between Sansa and Arya Stark for the first time in five seasons, while the fate of Jaime Lannister was left hanging in the balance after he attempted to battle one of Daenerys' dragons.

After years of gracing magazine covers together, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen have *finally* met and, while they initially got off to a rocky start, they seem to be heading toward what we hope is a attractive and lasting alliance. But Cersei's potential Iron Bank mistake this last episode might cost her big in the fight for the throne.

In "The Spoils of War", Daenerys Targaryen rode her fire-breathing dragon into battle. Considering Sam's recent dive into the Citadel's secret archives unearthed the cure for greyscale and a hidden cache of dragonglass under Dragonstone, we can't wait to see what useful plot device they'll discover next! It's a little out there but some people are convinced since Game of Thrones has never been known for its predictability.

After pushing Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) out of a window in the "Game of Thrones" premiere ― an act that has pretty much led to everything in the series ― Jaime's Season 7 fall to watery depths visually parallels Bran's fall at Winterfell.