Published: Sat, June 18, 2016
Culture | By Ray Hoffman

Game of Thrones' Season 7 Will Be Shorter


Warning: Full spoilers for Game of Thrones' seventh Season 6 episode, "The Broken Man", below.

Yep, it looks like Arya may be on her last legs.

However, as much as it was a blast to see this newer, granola vegan version of the Hound, I both question the necessity of the character's return, as well as the goal of Brother Ray.

HBO has only officially released the title and synopsis for the immediately next episode of Game of Thrones but the titles for the final two episodes of the season may have crept out.

For those of you who have watched the latest episode of Game Of Thrones, you'll have seen a familiar face cropping up on the HBO show.

According to Independent UK, episode 06X08 will possibly see the end of Arya's training to become a faceless assassin.

Accompanied by Septa Unella, Margaery met with her grandmother in an effort to make her "atone for her sins" on the High Sparrow's request.

Let us know in comments and on Twitter what you'd like us to talk about next week.

The Cleganebowl theory imagines that Cersei will be championed in her trial-by-combat by the Mountain, her fearsome, mute, voodoo-modified bodyguard.

While some alliances need to be formed using patience, some can be taken by force, and that's what a banished Jaime Lannister is doing at Riverrun, by brushing aside the weak Freys. Well, this is possible if the show creators want to spring a disgusting surprise as they have done in the past. In the dungeons of King's Landing we saw the maesters of the Alchemists' Guild unleashing wildfire. Sansa, meanwhile, will be traveling with Jon Snow and seeking to build an army.

Moreover, he also mentioned on Radio 5 Live, that a character might come back in this season.

But if the preview footage from next week's episode is anything to go by, you can't keep a Stark girl down. I'm sure there were people who said 'I knew it, ' said Rory McCann of his character.

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