Game of Thrones releases official images from Episode 704, “The Spoils of War”

“The Spoils of War,” the fourth episode of Game of Thrones season 7, airs this Sunday. Right on cue, HBO has released a cache of new images from it. Check them out below.

The bulk of the new photos take place on Dragonstone, where members of Team Dany are looking downcast. Below, it looks like the group has received news of Grey Worm’s difficulties at Casterly Rock, and Daenerys is comforting Missandei.

Jon: “That sounds bad, but can you help me mine more dragonglass? It’s dark down there.”

Below, the saddest shot of a dragon queen and her badass lieutenants you’ll ever see:

They might be just riding their grief, or they could be looking at Theon Greyjoy return to Dragonstone with the few members of Yara’s crew who survived the sea battle with Euron.

Theon: “We lost. I will not be taking follow-up questions.”

Meanwhile, at King’s Landing, Cersei must be feeling pretty good, both about the state of the war and because she gets to show off her super-cool map room to someone new: Iron Banker Tycho Nestoris.

At Winterfell, Sansa is back in the godswood, looking at…something.

Brienne and Podrick are in the courtyard, looking at…something else.

And Littlefinger is on the ramparts. I don’t know what he’s looking at, either, but I do know he’s looking at it creepily.

Finally — and this my favorite shot from the bunch — Jaime and Bronn look thunderstruck by something in the distance.

 

 

I remind you that, in the trailer for this episode, Daenerys said she was fed up with “clever plans.” I think we can all guess what they’re looking at here.

“The Spoils of War” airs this Sunday on HBO at 9:00 p.m. CST. Get hype. Get it all.

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