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Jon Snow And Theon Greyjoy Meet Again
It looks like Jon Snow is definitely going to be reuniting with someone he hasn't seen since Season 1, but it's not quite the feel-good reunion we were hoping for. Last we saw him, Theon was standing by his sister Yara's side, sailing with Daenerys toward Westeros once more. From previous spoilers, we know that there's going to be a battle at sea with Euron Greyjoy, and Euron is going to take one of the siblings as his captive. But according to Express, Theon is going to be meeting up with Jon Snow somewhere South of Winterfell for at least one episode in Season 7. Does this mean Yara is the one taken prisoner? Or is Euron trying to use Theon as a bargaining chip in negotiations with the Starks?
Despite both being raised at Winterfell, and neither one of them being Ned Stark's trueborn sons, there was always some animosity between Jon Snow and Theon Greyjoy. Certainly, that has only grown as Theon grew up to attempt to betray the Starks, attempt to take Winterfell for himself and pretended to murder Bran and Rickon. What will the King In The North decide to do when confronted once more with this childhood frenemy?
Daenerys Meets Up With Two More Characters In Season 7
We all knew that Daenerys would one day encounter the other characters we know from Westeros, but now we know a little bit more about how that first fateful meeting is going to go down. We've already heard plenty of rumors that the Dragon Pit will feature heavily in Season 7. According to Watchers on the Wall, it looks like Daenerys will be meeting up with none other than Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham) and Brienne of Tarth (Gwendolyn Christie). Since both Davos and Brienne are currently in the service of the Starks, it seems safe to guess that they're there on business from the King In The North himself, Jon Snow. Does this mean that a Jon Snow-Daenerys meeting might also be in the cards for Season 7?
Another Stark Reunion Is Happening Season 7!
Watching Jon and Sansa reunite in Season 6 was sweet enough to melt a White Walker's heart. But now that these two half-siblings (technically cousins) have regained Winterfell in the name of House Stark, they're still waiting on the rest of their family to come home. Now, thanks to some sneaky behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Season 7, it looks like at least one more Stark reunion is finally in the cards! Here's Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), spotted in a Stark-style costume shooting in Northern Ireland, and sitting right next to her is Isaac Hempstead-Wright (Bran Stark). The pair were spotted in the same area where Jon Snow, Gwendolyn Brookes and Liam Cunningham were scene filming just last week.
It's hard to imagine that we haven't seen these two together since Season 1 Episode 2, before Ned Stark and his daughters departed for Kings Landing. While Bran and Arya were never as close as say, Jon and Arya, a Stark reunion of any kind is something to celebrate. And when you compare Arya's costume to the one seen on little Bella Ramsey (Lyanna Mormont), it seems distinctly Northern and Stark-ish, doesn't it? Is it possible that the biggest Stark reunion of all is going to happen in Season 7?
Joe Dempsie Spotted In Belfast!
What does it mean? The poor bastard Gendry (Joe Dempsie) must have finally stopped rowing!
One super-sleuth spotted Dempsie at the airport in Belfast today (September 14). There have already been tons of GoT star sightings in Belfast, but this one comes as quite a surprise, since we haven't seen Gendry since Season 3, when Davos saved him from Melisandre's obsession with burning kids at the stake.
Jorah The Andal Spotted In Belfast!
What does it mean? Jorah Mormont is definitely not dead of grayscale (yet), and WILL be appearing in Game of Thrones Season 7.
According to one excited fan, Iain Glen (Jorah Mormont) and Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) had been spotted a few weeks ago flying on a plane to Belfast. But now we have actual hard photographic evidence that Jorah IS in fact still there taking a break near the epicenter of all Game of Thrones Season 7 filming goodness.
Game Of Thrones Season 7 Plot Spoilers:
Cersei And Euron Teaming Up?
Grab a life jacket, 'cause we're about to have a big war on the sea.
And by "we" I mean the Greyjoys — Euron, Yara, and Theon. According to Watchers on the Wall, Euron will be attacking Daenerys's fleet before they reach Westeros. Whether he wins or loses, rumor has it he'll be taking one of the Greyjoy sibs hostage before the whole thing is done. Oh, and at some point, he's going to kill one of the Sand Snakes.
Watchers on the Wall also reports that Euron will be teaming up with Queen Cersei in Season 7, which I guess means that Daenerys turned down his *ahem* proposal, or maybe he never got the chance to make it.
Greyjoy vs. Greyjoy on the open water is sure to be one of the most terrific Game of Thrones battles yet. Check out this list of the top battles we've seen so far:
Tensions Brewing At Winterfell
Jon might be King in the North (despite the fact that he's not even really Ned Stark's son), but what about Sansa? In HBO's Inside the Episode #10, creator David Benioff hinted that Sansa might not be as happy for Jon's success as we might like to believe:
"Sansa. She does love her brother, and they've had a conflicted past. Over the course of this season they've come to really rely on each other, but she doesn't necessarily trust him completely. She didn't tell him about the meeting with Littlefinger, she didn't tell him that she summoned the Knights of the Vale. There is definitely a little hint of conflict there. We see that come out in Episode 9 where she's at the war council where no one asks her opinion, despite the fact that she knows Ramsay better than anyone, so I think there's a little bit of anger about that, and a little bit of jealousy, and that relationship will be crucial to watch."
While watching the brother and sister reunite and (mostly) work together has been a rare moment of catharsis, it's probably not going to stay so upbeat during Season 7. Benioff went on to say:
"In some ways the evocation of the first [King in the North scene] is meant to be a little bit worrisome, because it was a very triumphant moment when Robb is named King in the North, but it didn't go so well for the previous King in the North, so I think we have to be a little worried for Jon."
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