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Game of Thrones, season 7, episode 4, The Spoils of War first images: There be dragons!

We’ve the first images from episode 4 of Game of Thrones’ seventh season, titled The Spoils of War. Jon Snow gets ready for another reunion, Cersei plots away, and a huge dragon-fuelled battle is teased.

tv Updated: Aug 03, 2017, 17:19 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times

The Starks reunited and the Lannisters battled in episode 3 of Game of Thrones’ seventh season. We’re nearly halfway through a shorter season, and while we wait to see what happens next, a slew of new images from episode 4, titled The Spoils of War, have been released to further fuel the speculation.


The episode will pick up after Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen united to fight Cersei Lannister, who’s planning her own moves with the help of the Iron Bank. Up North, siblings Sansa and Bran have years of lost time to make up for. Both have changed drastically since they last saw each other, and neither of them is a child anymore.


But you know someone else who’s grown up since they last saw each other? Theon Greyjoy and Jon Snow, who will meet for the first time since Theon betrayed the Starks, which led to Jon Snow taking up the mantle for his adopted family.


We see Littlefinger staring into the distance, probably concocting yet another scheme (they don’t seem to be working these days).


Elsewhere Jaime and Bron are back together, doing what they do best - which is to say, look confused.


But most excitingly, an image of one of Daenerys’ dragons teases what appears to be the season’s first major battle scene.

The Spoils of War will air on Monday on Hotstar, and on Tuesday on Star World and Star World HD. Be sure to check out our review.


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