Game of Thrones Promo: Who Will Bend The Knee?!?

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The drama is showing no signs of slowing down on Game of Thrones Season 7

On Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5, Daenerys will continue to assert her power to the people. 

Her latest act looks set to be to have Dickon and Randyll Tarly bend the knee to join her, but something tells us that they won't be joining her even if they follow her orders.

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They did betray Olenna and Daenerys is not one to allow traitors on to her team. The bigger question surrounds whether Jaime survived his flirt with fire. 

There's every reason to believe that he was shocked to the core by almost being cooked by the dragon, but there's also a slim possibility that he perished in the fire.

Meanwhile, things will take a turn for Jon and everyone else when he opens up about Bran's vision. 

With the episode being titled "Eastwatch" and white walkers marching East, are we to assume that another big battle is right around the corner. 

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Game of Thrones may have a shorter episode order, but the pace has been crazy. We've already had some crazy battles, and it looks like things are going to continue to gain momentum. 

Cersei is not going to react very well to learning that her army was attacked in High Garden, and she will have another plan in play to cause some drama for her enemies. 

Okay, Game of Thrones Fanatics. What do you think of the latest trailer?

Who is Daenerys telling to bow before her? 

Is Jaime dead?

Hit the comments below. 

Note: Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 airs August 13 on HBO!

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 5 Quotes

That’s Cersei Lannister, not me. I’m not here to murder, and all I want to destroy is the wheel that has rolled over rich and poor to the benefit of no one but the Cersei Lannisters of the world.


Gilly: What’s an annulment?
Sam: It’s when a man sets aside his lawful wife.
Gilly: [High Septon] Maynard says here that he issued an annulment for a Prince Rhaegar and remarried him to someone else at the same time in a secret ceremony in Dorne. Is that a common thing in the south, or is —