Game of Thrones season 7 episode 3: Cersei's gift REVEALED

Jay Jacobs
July 27, 2017

Needless to say there is a great deal of suspense and drama leading up to Game of Thrones season 7, episode 3.

While on her way to Winterfell after learning that her favourite brother Jon is King in the North, Arya runs into a wolfpack led by a huge direwolf. If something were to happen to Dany, then Jon would replace her.

Jon Snow's hope of forming an allegiance with the Mother of Dragons drew the ire of the North, after numerous lords (including the pint-sized Lyanna Mormont) feared that Kit Harington's resurrected leader was abandoning his people.

I really need their convo to be a whole lot of admiration on how high both have risen since that first time at Winterfell when they were both rejected bastards. That is, if that's what the showrunners have plotted for these two characters. While we don't see Dany and Jon together, the photos make clear that Jon and Davos will arrive on Dragonstone and enter the Dragon Queen's throne room. Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) and Unsullied are headed to Casterly Rock.

Varys and Melisandre meet up, which I'm sure goes well considering his feelings regarding magicians that have a habit of burning things.

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There's a shot of Dany sat upon the Dragonstone throne.

And while Daenerys has managed to gather quite an admirable band around her, one which includes Yara Greyjoy, Ellaria Sand, and Olenna Tyrell, Cersei and Jamie are forming their own alliances.

Here's hoping that the King in the North will be ruling with Westeros' most beloved direwolf by his side very soon.

Despite the fact that there wasn't a ton of action until the end of the episode (more on that later), there was plenty to be learned about the world Game of Thrones inhabits. Given the title of the episode, we'll likely be seeing multiple forms of Queen's Justice in the new episode. Ellaria Sand might have the loyalty of the Dornish people, but only because she dared to avenge Oberyn Martell, not because she's been a good ruler. With "The Queen's Justice" coming up fast, stay tuned for any news regarding Game of Thrones.

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