The latest episode of Game of Thrones confirmed a lot of things: Tormund Giantsbane earned his name in the weirdest way possible, Brienne of Tarth is officially a knight, and the women and children will hide in the crypts for safekeeping. While fans have no problem with the first two, it’s the third fact that has people concerned about what will happen in Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 3.
In the second episode of Game of Thrones Season 8, several characters repeatedly insisted that the safest place in Winterfell is the crypts. Ser Davos Seaworth said it to a little girl and Gilly quickly backed him up. Jon Snow told Bran Stark he would be safe in the crypts but Bran insisted on staying outdoors. Even Samwell Tarly stated that Gilly and Little Sam would be “safe down in the crypts.” But are they?
‘Game of Thrones’ fans have a lot of things to say about the crypts.
If there’s one thing that viewers already know about Game of Thrones, most plans don’t work out the way they should. Also, fans are aware that the Night King is pretty capable of raising the dead into wights.
In the Season 5 episode Hardhome, the Night King displayed his power in front of Jon Snow. After his army massacred the wildlings living in Hardhome, the villain immediately resurrected the dead, effectively doubling his army’s numbers. Needless to say, people are already worried that the Night King will do the same thing in the upcoming episode.
The iconic standoff between the Night King and Jon Snow ended with a shocker.
The Winterfell crypts are filled with several corpses, most of which are members of the Stark family. We know that Ned Stark is in there along with Jon’s real mother Lyanna Stark and many others. In fact, there may be hundreds of dead people in there.
It’s still unclear whether the Night King will be resurrecting the bodies in the crypts but if he does, there is little doubt that it’s not exactly the safest place in Winterfell next week. Now we know why Daenerys Targaryen said, “The dead are already here,” in the episode’s teaser.
Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 3 will air on HBO on April 28.
Watch the chilling teaser below:
Sophie Turner’s Reaction To THAT Arya Scene Is Hilarious And Very Un-Sansa Stark
“And that’s the tea!”
If you still haven't seen Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 2, you're missing out on a truly epic milestone. Although there were several notable moments throughout A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, people simply couldn't stop talking about one particular scene involving Arya Stark and Gendry. WARNING: The article contains spoilers so proceed with caution.
Podrick’s Song In ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 8 Episode 2 Foreshadowed Jon And Daenerys’ Relationship
“The ones she had lost and the ones she had found, and the ones who had loved her the most.”
The second episode of Game of Thrones had several memorable moments, from Arya Stark getting frisky with Gendry to Jon Snow finally telling Daenerys Targaryen that he has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. Viewers were also blessed with Podrick's stunning singing voice as he sang about Jenny and her ghosts. But did you know that the song itself foreshadowed what would happen between Jon and Daenerys?
Twitter Users Mock People Bragging About Not Watching ‘Game Of Thrones’
If I had a gold coin for every time someone told me they don’t watch the show, I could buy the Golden Company.
It's no secret that Game of Thrones is one of the most watched TV shows in history. The premiere episode of Season 8 alone reportedly drew in 17.4 million viewers, which may have been higher considering that people had viewing parties or simply pirated the entire thing. Either way, the series is a popular thing.
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