ByJancy Richardson, writer at Creators.co
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Jancy Richardson

What in Seven Hells is going to happen in the remaining episodes of Game of Thrones? The great game is almost at an end (for this particular cast of players, anyway) and fans are baying to know what will become of our heroes and villains.

There are only 13 episodes remaining — which certainly will be unlucky for some — though these will be split between two seasons. season 7, premiering July 16, has released this cheeky teaser.

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Still, perhaps appropriately, Jon Snow (a.k.a. actor Kit Harington) knows nothing about what is to come at the end of the saga, revealing his blissful ignorance to Moviefone:

Everyone’s been wondering how it’s going to end, and what’s going to happen right from the get-go, and theorizing about it. It’s really exciting to me not knowing, genuinely having no idea where it’s going to end, what they’ve got in their heads, and being the first to find out.

Jon Snow's sad face on 'Game of Thrones' [Credit: HBO]
Jon Snow's sad face on 'Game of Thrones' [Credit: HBO]

Obviously the show has now overtaken the Game of Thrones books in several storylines, which is partly why we're all as blind as Intern Arya as to what will happen:

It’s just amazing, in some ways, having no book to go on, because the scripts come through and you’re completely in the dark about what they’re going to do. Believe me, I just finished Season Seven, and I am already counting down the days until I get the Season Eight scripts.

Offer up your Game of Thrones predictions in the comments below. July 16, 2017 will be our first look at Game of Thrones's seventh season.

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(Source: Moviefone)

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