‘Eastwatch’…the latest episode of the season 7 is a rollercoaster ride of emotion, trust and belief. The main reason why this particular series never gets boring is the fact that you never know whom to support.
There’s a particular scene in this episode where Jon confronts Drogon for the first time, and we can literally see the connection. Then comes the hint from Gilly, she mentions that Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, son of the Mad King Aerys and big brother to Daenerys, had his marriage to Princess Elia Martell annulled and was remarried in a secret ceremony. The text leaves that secret out, but we know who it had to have been, ’Lyanna Stark’.
That means that Jon Snow wouldn’t be Rhaegar’s bastard at all, he’d be his rightful, natural born heir. To the Iron Throne and the Seven Kingdoms. He’d have a far, far better claim than Daenerys.
Coming to Daenerys , “the mother of the dragons’ or should we say “the mad queen’, well the last episode made many of us wonder whether Daenerys was really different than his father. Even we can feel Tyrion also seeming a bit disheartened with the queen’s decision.
Then comes the Night King and the white walkers and we can see their army increasing day by day, threatened by that Bran sends raven to all the seven kingdoms by anybody merely beliefs it.
So, in order to persuade cersei who the real enemy is decides to bring a white walker to westeros and embarks on the journey with his Sir Davos and Jorah Mormont (yes, he is back).
Jon Snow takes his rangers (the magnificent seven), which includes the Hound, the red priest and last but not the least Dondarrion, the man who has dies and came back to life a numerous times.
They set on a journey beyond the wall.
Overall, a terrific episode with some huge reveals and monumental scenes. And it looks like next week will be even bigger and crazier. The plan was dumb, Dany is going Mad Queen before our eyes, and I hate everything to do with Littlefinger right now.
I really wonder if its Game of Thrones or Game of trust??..
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