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Through Bran's Three Eyed Raven powers that he finally chose to put to use (that lazy bugger) and Sam's knowledge of Rhaegar's annulment and remarriage, it is revealed through a flashback that Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark (The Dragon and the Wolf) were married and the two had a legitimate son named Aegon Targaryen aka Jon Snow.
Tonight is the Season 7 finale, meaning the show won't be back next week.
So, how did that go? Not only she finds herself scared, her only significant ally, Euron, abandons her, hoping to find the safe house at the Iron Islands since the White Walkers can not swim. As Jon demonstrates the only few ways to kill the Wights - which are - either fire can kill them or a dragon glass or Valyrian steel, Cersei is shocked to see this and she assures them that she will send forces to the North to help defeat as many Whitewalkers as she could. The Thrones fandom is scary good at this, but it's too early ... for now. Thank you, George RR Martin, to have shown us the much-awaited love making scenes between Jon and Daenerys. Except she had zero glasses, which Tyrion quickly picked up as a sign that she is indeed with child.
Jaime wanted to battle with honor and fight for the living as he had pledged, but even he couldn't talk reason into his sister.
Jon and Dany get together.
Will the tension between Sansa and Arya be resolved? When Arya arrives, there is a room full of people looking on - Littlefinger included. I think that worked for some people, for other people it didn't. I have no doubt the hype will be back when "Game of Thrones" returns next year.
But worst case scenario, this puts Daenerys and Jon at odds with one another, competing for the same throne.
Let's now move on to the next big plot point where Sansa sentences Littlefinger to death which Arya carries out.
There aren't many specific details about the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones, but here's everything we know so far.
The revelation of Jon's parentage stuns Sam, and Bran insists Sam find Jon to tell him the truth about not being Ned's bastard.
The restaurant, aptly named King's Landing, was launched in January by four college friends who were surprised to see fans coming in with their families, despite the sometimes very violent and explicit nature of the series.
On Jaime's decision to leave Cersei - "The final straw is when he realizes that this was all a scam ..." This should cement the alliance of the North with the Mother of Dragons. Baelish has really been the one thing in the way of everything running smoothly for House Stark, which has been in a complete nosedive since the tail end of Season 1. She wants to gather her army and reclaim her lands while Daenerys and Jon fight the undead.