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Friday, 1 March 2019

Thing You Need to Remember About GAME OF THRONES Season 7

Thing You Need to Remember About GAME OF THRONES Season 7

We haven't gotten any new episodes of Game of Thrones since the summer of 2017. That's a long time to wait for winter, and even a maester might not remember everything that happened the last time we visited the Realm. To help you get ready for the show's final game of thrones season 7, here's everything you need to remember from season seven.



Who Died in GAME OF THRONES Season 7


Thoros of Myr: the rum-loving, Beric-bringing-back red priest went beyond the Wall on Jon's mission to capture a wight. He died on the frozen lake surrounded by the army of the dead, from wounds suffered during a zombie polar bear attack earlier. His body was burned.

Every Frey Man Who Matters: "Winter came for House Frey."

The Sand Snakes: Obara and Nymeria were killed by Euron Greyjoy during his nighttime raid of Yara's fleet. Tyene and her mother Ellaria Sand were taken prisoner to be offered as gifts to Cersei. Tyene was killed when Cersei kissed her with the same poison Ellaria used to murder Myrcella. Though we didn't see Tyene die, we will likely see her decomposing body eventually, since Cersei promised to keep Ellaria alive to watch her daughter decay.

Olenna Tyrell: After giving Daenerys the advice to "be a dragon," she was killed after Lannister forces captured Highgarden. In her final moments she warned Jaime about his sister, chugged the poison he provided her for a peaceful death, and admitted she had been the one to kill Joffrey with the best final line from any character in show history. "Tell Cersei: I want her to know it was me."

Randyll and Dickon Tarly: Jaime convinced an uneasy Randyll, Sam's father, to join their side as his ranking general to fight "the foreign savages and eunuchs." Randyll never got to be the new Warden of the South though, because him and his son were bathed in dragonflame after they refused to bend the knee to Daenerys following the Loot Train Attack.

Petyr Baelish: Littlefinger had his throat slit after a "trial" where the Stark children publicly laid out all of his crimes, when they finally figured out he was trying to get Sansa to kill Arya and usurp Jon.

Benjen Stark: The show's Coldhands came to Jon's rescue at the frozen lake after Jon went under the water and Daenerys left. Benjen gave him a horse to escape back to the Wall, sacrificing himself to save his nephew.

Viserion: Killed by the Night King during Daenerys's rescue attempt, Viserion and his new blue eyes were brought back to life by the Night King, who then rode his wight dragon to bring down the Wall at Eastwatch.

Somehow game of thrones season 7 death total stills seems low. Speaking of the living...

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