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20 minutes ago, Zadeth said:

I have often thought Melisandre would be our contemporary Nissa Nissa. Seppuku with Longclaw, to have the sword explode in flames?

I think it won't be a seppuku, someone will use that sword. It fits that she seems to bare her chest ... but then the sword has to be ... lightbringer. Or whichever sword they use will turn into ligthbringer? Hm, I don't know.

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A member of another forum I am in posted this last night, so all credit goes to Archiechvyalthan!

Confirmed scenes in estimated Chronological order (POSSIBLE MAJOR SPOILERS):

 

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EPISODE 1 (The Wall): Sunrise over Castle Black. Jon's body lies on the snow. / Melisandre confesses her mistake to Davos.

EPISODE 1 (The North): Roose and Ramsay are interrupted. / Sansa runs through a forest. / Sansa helps Theon in the frozen North. They are found by hunters. Brienne arrives and kills the Bolton men.

EPISODE 1 (Vaes Dothrak): The Dothraki begin the march to Vaes Dothrak with Dany as their prisoner. / Dany stands near a river. / The Dothraki set up camp and Qhono and Ahko escort a kneeling Dany to Khal Jhaqo's tent.

EPISODE 1/2 (King's Landing): Cersei awaits Jaime's ship escorted by the Mountain. She weeps. / Jaime and Cersei meet in private. Jaime promises vengeance. They kiss. / Tommen and Jaime stand by Myrcella's body. / Cersei comforts Tommen.

EPISODE 1/2 (Beyond the Wall): Bran and the Three-Eyed Raven are transported to Winterfell, where they see young Ned, Benjen, Lyanna and Hodor playing. Rickard Stark and Old Nan are also present.


EPISODE 1/2 (Meereen): An emaciated woman with a starving child pleads with Tyrion and Varys. / Tyrion and Varys gaze upon the "Mhysa is a master" sign. / Tyrion, Varys and Unsullied walk the Meereenese walls while former slaves and masters flee in the opposite direction. / Tyrion pours the wine back into the bottle as Varys, Missandei and Grey Worm look on.

EARLY SEASON (The Reach): Sam is seasick as he sails south with Gilly. / Sam talks to a maester in Oldtown.

EARLY SEASON (The North): A wounded Brienne enters a room. / Littlefinger meets with Yohn Royce and Robin Arryn at Royce's keep. / Ramsay looks on solemnly.

EARLY SEASON (The Wall): Davos sets up a pyre. / Alliser and his men break into a room. / An unknown figure touches Jon's face. / Davos apologizes for his swordsmanship and unsheathes his sword. Jon's body lies nearby with Ghost.


EARLY SEASON (Vaes Dothrak): Jorah finds Dany's ring in the wilderness. / Dany, the khalasar and their slaves approach Vaes Dothrak. She stares at the horse statues. / Jorah, Daario and some Dothraki face off in the desert near Vaes Dothrak. / Three riders are met by a Dothraki gathering.

EARLY/MID-SEASON (King's Landing): Septa Unella reads the Seven-Pointed Star to Margaery. / The High Sparrow looks down pensively at Margaery. He reaches out to her. / Olenna gives a harsh welcome to her son Mace and reprimands him for what happened to Margaery and Loras. / Cersei, Jaime and the Hand of the King meet in the throne room.

EARLY/MID-SEASON (The Iron Islands): A storm rages at sea. / Balon Greyjoy stands by the fire. / Euron shows his face at the swaying bridge. / A forlorn Yara gazes at the sea. Euron, Aeron and Yara Greyjoy face off in the Kingsmoot. The crowd cries out Euron's name. / Aeron drowns Euron. / Euron, Aeron and Theon take part in a furious chase to the water.

EARLY/MID-SEASON (?) (The Wall): 
Jon resurrects with the aid of Melisandre and Ghost. / A troubled Melisandre disrobes. / Melisandre rides out (possibly) accompanied by Sansa and Jon. Davos looks on.

EARLY/MID-SEASON (Meereen): Varys and Tyrion welcome High Priestess Kinvara (the highest of the Red God order) to Meereen, as part of a quest to convince the slaves that Dany is the chosen one. / Tyrion and Varys walk the streets of Meereen. / Kinvara preaches in the granaries of Meereen as former masters flock to her. / Tyrion sees Shae with Varys nearby.

EPISODE 3/4 (Braavos): Blind Arya begs in the street when The Waif finds her and strikes her.

EPISODE 4 (?) (Vaes Dothrak): Dany walks across Vaes Dothrak with Khal Jhaqo. / The Dothraki host a great celebration. / Jorah and Daario hide as they seek ways to infiltrate Vaes Dothrak. / A Lhazareen widow is taken aback by a stranger. / A gathering of khals takes place. They mock Dany, naming her "Queen of Nothing". A fight erupts between the different clans. / At nightfall, Drogon sets Vaes Dothrak's sacred temple on fire. All khals die except for one. Dany emerges from the flames unscathed and the Dothraki bow before her.


EPISODE 5 (?) (Vaes Dothrak): Dany leads a large khalasar in the desert alongside Daario.

EPISODE 5/6 (The Reach): The Tarlys dine in Horn Hill when they are interrupted by Sam and Gilly's arrival.

EPISODE 5/6 (Braavos): Arya watches Izembaro's play, a reenactment of King's Landing events. / Jaqen inspects the face of a dead man in the House of Black and White.

MID-/LATE SEASON (?) (King's Landing): 
Tommen approaches Cersei in the Throne Room, who is escorted by the Mountain. / Cersei chooses violence. The Mountain prepares to attack Lancel and the Faith Militant.

MID-/LATE SEASON (?) (The Riverlands): Septon Meribald and The Hound encounter a band of outlaws. / Graveyard.

MID-/LATE SEASON (?) (The North): Wyman Manderly gives a speech declaring his political allegiances in the presence of other northern lords. / Sansa listens in a Northern hall.


MID-/LATE SEASON (?) (The Wall): Jon convinces the wildlings to join the fight against the Boltons.

MID-/LATE SEASON (Meereen): Tyrion accompanies Varys to the Meereenese port. Varys sets sail. / Dany's chambers are attacked. / Yara visits a (possibly) Volantene whorehouse.

EPISODE 6 (King's Landing): The High Sparrow informs the people that Margaery has fully embraced the Seven. Jaime rides up to the Sept of Baelor escorted by Mace Tyrell's Highgarden soldiers, demanding Margaery's release. The Tyrell army prepares to attack. Tommen and Margaery emerge from inside the Sept bearing the banners of the Faith. They have both accepted the reformed Faith and are cheered by the people. Margaery then mounts Jaime's horse.

EPISODE 6 (?) (Beyond the Wall): Bran and the Three-Eyed Raven are transported to the Tower of Joy in a vision. Wielding two swords, Arthur Dayne fights several northerners outside the castle before embarking on a one-on-one duel with Ned Stark. Dayne is finally struck down by Howland Reed, who attacks him from behind.

EPISODE 7 (?) (The Riverlands): Jaime, Bronn and Lannister forces assist the Freys in their siege of Riverrun, still in power of Blackfish Tully. Edmure remains a Frey hostage. During the assault, the Blackfish defends the garrison and shoots flaming arrows at his opponents. / Jaime and the Blackfish have an argument. / Brienne has a discussion with Jaime before storming out of the tent. / Bronn pretends to attack Podrick. / Brienne talks with the Blackfish and offers her services.


EPISODE 7 (Braavos): Arya struggles in the water.

EPISODE 8 (Braavos): The Waif chases Arya through Braavos with a bloody knife. Arya jumps from a balcony trying to elude her.

EPISODE 9 (The North): Jon Stark, Davos, the Mormonts, the Hornwoods, Wun Wun, Tormund and the wildlings face Ramsay, the Boltons, the Karstarks and the Umbers in a major winter battle, a.k.a. Snowbowl or the Battle of Six Armies. / Ramsay rides to battle. / Ramsay displays two bodies upside down on Bolton crosses, burning during the battle. / Sansa and Littlefinger ride to the battlefield.

EPISODE 9/10 (Meereen): Activity in the gates of Meereen. / Tyrion, Dany, Missandei and Grey Worm meet with Razdal and two other masters. Drogon flies overhead.

LATE SEASON (The Riverlands): A Frey meets his end. / Arya returns to the Riverlands.

LATE SEASON (?) (The North): Sansa, Jon, Ramsay and Littlefinger have a heated interaction in the courtyard of Winterfell. A giant breaks through the gates and the people inside fight him off.

LATE SEASON (?) (Beyond the Wall): Bran comes face to face with the Night's King in a vision. / Bran rides through a snowy forest. / Meera hides near a tree. A hooded rider sets a wight on fire. / Hodor comes across wights and White Walkers.


LATE SEASON (?) (The Wall): An army of White Walkers approaches in the form of an avalanche.


Unknown Placement

King's Landing: Olenna confronts Cersei. / Qyburn and Pycelle interact in Qyburn's laboratory. / The High Sparrow threatens to overthrow an empire.

The Riverlands / The North
Brienne takes part in a brutal fight.

The North: Sansa walks within sight of Winterfell. / Littlefinger arrives at Winterfell with accompanying knights. / Ramsay invites Jon to "come and see". / Littlefinger stands in the snow.

The Wall: Tormund and the wildlings set up camp.

Beyond the Wall: The Three-Eyed Raven describes the nature of the past.

Braavos: Jaqen takes a bath. / The Waif strikes Arya in the House of Black and White.

Meereen: Tyrion and Missandei talk in the Meereenese gardens. / The Sons of the Harpy kill masters outside Meereen. / Tyrion visits the catacombs.


Unknown: A lord gives a speech. / A captain of a tower makes a difficult decision. / A group of children savagely kill someone.

 

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25 minutes ago, Zadeth said:

I have often thought Melisandre would be our contemporary Nissa Nissa. Seppuku with Longclaw, to have the sword explode in flames?

Nissa Nissa was a loved wife, no? So my problem with that; Melisandre isn't someone dear to Jon. I wouldn't call killing Melisandre "sacrifice".

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the thought of waiting another 46 days and 7 weeks has become unbearable!

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26 minutes ago, Quillon said:

Nissa Nissa was a loved wife, no? So my problem with that; Melisandre isn't someone dear to Jon. I wouldn't call killing Melisandre "sacrifice".

It doesn't have to exactly follow the Nissa Nissa sacrifice ritual. Not everything have to parallel exactly. 

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22 hours ago, Knute said:

Maybe Ghost is just mourning and deeply "dead" inside because his master has just died; just a theory though.

EXACTLY! I think Ghost might be sacrificed

 

21 hours ago, Barty said:

And we see Robb's body (dont know what that is doing with a human head attached) and hopefully one of Roose or Ramsay's flayed body on the bolton sigil that was burning. 

Where is Robbs body?? 

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Okay, since they remove Euron's eyepatch, did they retain the fact that Euron has some connection to magic as he own wizards and warlocks? Because HBO confirmed Euron is roughly in his 40s or 50s, yet he look young in the show.

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just wondering, if the Bolton sigil is a flayed man, then why would they have a man flayed and have him burning on a cross?? instead I believe that's actually a Bolton (could be Ramsay) who has been flayed and left to burn on the cross, Wildling style, by Jon and his army

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Am I the only one who thinks the scene with Roose and Ramsey is Roose introducing him to Fat Walda's baby? I'm going to say that the burning, flayed man is either Roose, Theon (or fake Theon) or Stannis.

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2 hours ago, Zadeth said:

I have often thought Melisandre would be our contemporary Nissa Nissa. Seppuku with Longclaw, to have the sword explode in flames?

I think Ghost is more likely to be the sacrifice.  Sacrifice, by definition, is a bittersweet parting with something or someone that is intrinsically dear to one, in order to attain some boon.  Since most viewers would probably rejoice to see Melisandre finally depart the scene (particular since burning Shireen), in conjunction with the fact that she lacks a deep bond with Jon, I don't think she's the Nissa.  No-- in order for Jon's resurrection to have maximal impact, and not descend into cheese, it has to be triumphant and heartbreaking simultaneously...and I'm sure D&D will play the audience's heartstrings to the max!  So, that means Ghost will die, and therefore that the first thing Jon will be doing on 'awakening' is mourning his dearest friend, his lost identity, and the price that he has had to pay for life. (As a direwolf lover, I'm already feeling devastated; if they need to save money on CGI, why don't they get rid of a dragon? (those dragons are overrated!)

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19 hours ago, talvikorppi said:

Yeah, I get you.

Seven would've been so great in the context of the main Westeros religion. The Seven. Whatevers, it's not that important to me. It certainly didn't seem important to the main character we learn this story from, Ned Stark. He keeps the old gods, not the Seven. Just an accident in the books that it's seven against three. Or maybe it's a hint that Ned and his companions were in the right? I don't know. I'm just keeping an open mind.

The tally in the ToJ dream is important in the books because it leads to the same tally of dead people with the reverse anology confrontation between Ned and Jaime...7+3 KG = 10, of which 8 die. It's 3 of Ned's guards against multiple Lannisters and Jaime... 3 of Ned's men die and 5 men die on Lannister side... same dead tally: 8. There are more (reversed) anologies to be made between the KL fight and the ToJ dream that follows. And they're there so that you can derive conclusions from the ToJ dream. It doesn't really matter whether the show alters it to 6 because they didn't have Ned dream it in the show. Instead they'll probably reveal what actually happened with all the answers.

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Alternately i thought was Ramsay and Roose on the cross that was plot by by Jon and Mel since displaying them on their own iconic Bolton cross, have them flay, and burning them would be an ultimate comeuppance (one of the greatest karma in the show). 

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Did anyone else think that the initial voice we hear in the trailer, saying 'he's gone' was that of Rory McCann, who plays the Hound?  Perhaps it's Sandor speaking about himself, saying 'The Hound' is gone!

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2 minutes ago, The Arthur Smith said:

Alternately i thought was Ramsay and Roose on the cross that was plot by by Jon and Mel since displaying them on their own iconic Bolton cross, have them flay, and burning them would be an ultimate comeuppance (one of the greatest karma in the show). 

Slight spoilers for the season. 

 

Spoiler

During the Battle of the Bastards between Jon and Ramsay, Ramsay will flay and burn two known characters (to incite fear in Jon's men). Some people think it could be Roose and Walda, others have their own theories.

 

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2 minutes ago, Zadeth said:

Slight spoilers for the season. 

 

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During the Battle of the Bastards between Jon and Ramsay, Ramsay will flay and burn two known characters (to incite fear in Jon's men). Some people think it could be Roose and Walda, others have their own theories.

 

I'm aware of it. But it was based on speculation as to whether

Spoiler

Ramsay is the one who's doing the deed. It's easy to assume Ramsay due to the Bolton cross, but that doesn't mean 100% that Ramsay is the perpetrator. Jon and Sansa was said to appear at the filming sight. This could either mean Ramsay displayed the burning cross to them or Jon and Sansa watching it as it burns after the battle is over. But who knows.

 

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Just to clarify the issue of the kingsguard armour. The show unlike the books has featured regime specific sigils and patterns on the KG armour to date.If you look at the two iterations on the show, both have Baratheon stag antlers interwoven in the designs on the plackart/breastplate, the second version even more so, aswell as on the slimmed shoulder pauldrons. 

So in that respect, having the Targ KG with the three headed dragon on their armour is consistent on that basis, hell even the Baratheon KG armour ranges from gold and white to plain all gold, so all silver isnt a stretch in that context.

However what is a stretch is having the Sword of the Morning wielding two swords, especially if one of those is supposed to be the two handed greatsword Dawn. From my memory only Ser Gregor Clegane has the power to wield a greatsword with one hand, so here is hoping the KG we see in the trailer is Oswell Whent or the White Bull.

TOJ is one of my favourite parts of the series to date, so Iam hoping they don't mess it up with crap like Ned squaring off with or beating Arthur Dayne on his own ala Ned and Jamie season. 1.

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1 minute ago, The Arthur Smith said:

I'm aware of it. But it was based on speculation as to whether

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Ramsay is the one who's doing the deed. It's easy to assume Ramsay due to the Bolton cross, but that doesn't mean 100% that Ramsay is the perpetrator. Jon and Sansa was said to appear at the filming sight. This could either mean Ramsay displayed the burning cross to them or Jon and Sansa watching it as it burns after the battle is over. But who knows.

 

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From the shot of the flaming flayed man, you can see an army on the other side. It looks as if it has been planted on the front lines, before the battle. Like how the Chinese used to get criminals to run in on the front lines and kill themselves, to freak out their foes. It doesn't look like the battle is over, it looks like it hasn't even begun. 

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Just to clarify the issue of the kingsguard armour. The show unlike the books has featured regime specific sigils and patterns on the KG armour to date.If you look at the two iterations on the show, both have Baratheon stag antlers interwoven in the designs on the plackart/breastplate, the second version even more so, aswell as on the slimmed shoulder pauldrons. 

So in that respect, having the Targ KG with the three headed dragon on their armour is consistent on that basis, hell even the Baratheon KG armour ranges from gold and white to plain all gold, so all silver isnt a stretch in that context.

However what is a stretch is having the Sword of the Morning wielding two swords, especially if one of those is supposed to be the two handed greatsword Dawn. From my memory only Ser Gregor Clegane has the power to wield a greatsword with one hand, so here is hoping the KG we see in the trailer is Oswell Whent or the White Bull.

TOJ is one of my favourite parts of the series to date, so Iam hoping they don't mess it up with crap like Ned squaring off with or beating Arthur Dayne on his own ala Ned and Jamie season. 1.

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9 minutes ago, jonny__bravo said:

TOJ is one of my favourite parts of the series to date, so Iam hoping they don't mess it up with crap like Ned squaring off with or beating Arthur Dayne on his own ala Ned and Jamie season. 1.

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If you look at the footage where it films Ned's battling Arthur Dayne, Howland Reed came up behind Arthur and slit his throat. So i would say it's better than having OP Ned killing off the legendary fighter imo.

 

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I'm very ambivalent with the scene where Arthur Dayne wielding 2 swords. Sound so Hollywood and cheesy, but at the same time, hoping it's going to be decent cuz it said that the producer went to find the best fighter to be cast as Arthur Dayne.

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