Let us know in the comments! Before you dispute the idea, there a few key factors that back up this premise.
As anyone who has seen Knight of the Seven Kingdoms - the aforementioned second episode - will know, a huge battle is on the horizon.
Is the Night King even there at all, or does he have other things on his mind? Home to hundreds of thousands, King's Landing serves as the Night King's flawless breeding ground for more undead wights.
'The most heroic thing we can do now is look the truth in the face, ' Sansa Stark [Sophie Turner] said in a voiceover.
The new photos also show some of our other favorite pairings still intact - including some of those people we can not bear to see go down in the battle ahead - so click through the gallery below to check out all the new photos from the as-yet-untitled (groan) Season 8, Episode 3. They believe that he will use the battle as a distraction and that, while his army is attacking Winterfell, he'll fly to King's Landing instead. Standing right beside her, is Jaime Lannister, as he had promised. In this case, he could be the messenger of what's happening in King's Landing if this theory plays out. Which will be good news for those of you who've been anxious during the season's first two episodes which have been heavy on the table-setting and exposition.
With the Night King having now raised an undead dragon - that breathes blue fire rather than a normal fire, obviously - the reoccurring vision Bran Stark had of a dragon flying over King's Landing during season four, could well have been of the Night King rather than Dany, as has previously been assumed. In season 2, Daenerys also had a vision where the throne room was destroyed and covered in snow. Fans know this is a far too insane theory but everything is possible when it comes to Game of Thrones final season. There, she walks through the barren Throne room, which is covered in that same snow-like substance.