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  1. I love the TV series — I'm a huge fan. But one small issue I have with the show is that the Night King gets south of the wall by using a dragon to tear it down. Does that mean that Jon Snow inadvertently brought the White Walkers south of the wall by giving them a dragon? How would the Night King have gotten south of the wall without a dragon, considering that it's magical — it has spells woven by the Children of the Forest, if I am correct — and has kept them out all these years? The Night King was unable to attack Lord Bloodraven, the Three Eyed Raven, because of a similar magic woven around the weirwood tree where he was residing. Was there ever really a threat of the White Walkers getting south of the wall, in the first place, provided no one did anything stupid (like give them a dragon)? Is it Jon's fault that the White Walkers crossed the wall, as he led the expedition which resulted in the Night King getting a dragon? (I'm not willing to blame Dany here because I like her too much and it was not her idea to begin with!) I'm just really curious if the Night King could have had other means of getting south of the wall, or if getting a dragon was precisely what he needed to move south. If it's the latter, then that's a bit sad, since it would mean that Jon Snow's actions put the north in grave peril and that he's only saving the north from the danger he brought on himself... It would also mean that all his warnings about the Night King were a bit naive since a Night King who has no means of getting south of the wall isn't as dangerous as Jon makes him out to be. When I think along these lines, I do remember the words of Benjen Stark (from the show). Benjen says (I paraphrase), "The Night King will make it to the world of men, one way or another". I wonder what his other ways may have been.
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    Season 8 Official Trailer

    In the beginning of the trailer, Arya says, "I know death... He's got many faces... I look forward to seeing this one." What do you think "this one" refers to? Cersei's face? Or does it refer to the Others (Army of the Dead)?
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    The best of GOT music

    I don't think anyone has mentioned this track, so I'll add it in. The Children of the Forest is a great track. I love the choir! I think it might also be played (or something like it) when Arya sails to Braavos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut1VEoOZ2hA
  4. I haven't read the books, admittedly, but I have read online that there's no Night King in the books. Then how can Bran be the Night King (according to a popular fan theory) if there's no Night King in the books? Does this theory suppose that GRRM will introduce the Night King later on and then reveal that Bran is actually the Night King? Isn't it a bit late for that? This theory is very popular and quite explosive, especially considering the discovery that the White Walker army may have formed the Stark sigil in a scene when they were marching. I think it's likely that the White Walkers are in some way connected to the Starks, but doesn't the idea that Bran is the Night King seem a little farfetched? Do any serious readers on this forum actually believe this theory or give it credibility?
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    New HBO trailer

    I would say it's more than fanfic since they have direct access to GRRM and they most likely planned the ending with GRRM.
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    New HBO trailer

    Do you think Arya was running from someone in the trailer? If so, who? the Mountain? I've been wondering whether Arya will go to King's Landing to assassinate Cersei or stay in the North to fight the Night King. Thoughts?