"Game of Thrones" Season 8 Episode 3 Preview: The Battle Begins!

“Game of Thrones” Season 8 Episode 3 Preview: The Battle Begins!

On April 29, 2019 is halftime at “Game of Thrones”. In the third episode of the eighth season – the longest episode of the series so far! – we face the great battle between the dead and the living.
Unfortunately, the God of death will bring some heroes. Prepare for tearful farewells.

– Attention, Spoiler for the 8th season –

Here you can watch the official preview for the third episode:

We analyzed the preview for episode 3

  • The army of the living has prepared for the battle. All in front, the Dothraki are stationed on their horses, followed by a series of catapults and the Immaculate.
  • Then we see Jorah, Tyrion and Gray Worm face the imminent death, while Sansa and Arya hold the position in Winterfell.
  • Varys has holed up with the old and the weak in the crypt of Winterfell. According to a fan theory, the place is anything but safe, as the Night King could raise the dead from their graves.
  • Jon and Daenerys are positioned with their kites just outside Winterfell. You will start a surprise attack from above.
  • In a scene that we already know from the trailer, Arya runs injured through the halls of Winterfell. Her eyes are drawn with fear.
  • The Bloodhound and Beric Dondarrion also stay in the castle. They, too, bring themselves to safety before an invisible enemy.
  • Theon tenses his bow. In the second episode, he announced that he will wait in the god’s grove with Bran on the Night King.
  • An exhausted Jon pulls his sword. In the background snowflakes and branches can be seen. Is Jon here in the god’s grove? And does he single-handedly stand against the Night King?
  • Then we see a shadowy figure riding a dragon. It could be Daenerys or the Night King.
  • Ser Brienne and Ser Jaime fight side by side on the front line. The undead runs away to the living while Ser Brienne calls the soldiers to hold their ground.

Elsewhere, we already reported what awaits us in the battle for Winterfell. Prepare for numerous deaths! The third episode, with its 82 minutes, is the longest in the series so far. It also shows the longest continuous battle in TV history. We look forward to the TV highlight. Nevertheless, we are looking forward to the possible demise of our favorite characters with mixed feelings. Podricks song from episode 2 brings the feelings of the fans perfectly to the point:

High in the halls of the kings who are gone

Jenny would dance with her ghosts

The ones she had lost and the ones she had found

And the ones who loved her the most

The ones who had been gone for so very long

She could not remember her names

They spun around on the damp old stone

Spoon away all sorrow and pain

And she never wanted to leave

Never wanted to leave

Never wanted to leave 

Never wanted to leave

Never wanted to leave

Never wanted to leave


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