Let’s be clear here – POTENTIALLY HUGE SPOILERS AHEAD! Do NOT read on if you want to go into ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 without any spoilers!
Now that we have that out of the way, our friends over at Watchers On the Wall have recently reported, thanks to a a post made over on Reddit, that there is a piece of concept art that has been leaked which potentially gives away some key information about the finale of Season 7 of ‘Game of Thrones.’The image features Tyrion, Bronn, what is being reported as Jon Snow (though we only see the back of his head) and potentially a Lannister woman all standing in front of the Dragonpit Location, which we knew from previous reports is going to be a major location in the Season 7 finale.
If true, it would mean the reunion of Tyrion with Bronn after so many seasons apart, as well as the first scenes of Jon and Tyrion together since the time they met up together at the Wall during Season 1. And since the Dragonpit ruins are in King’s Landing, it would mean they all made their way to the capital of Westeros by the end of Season 7, confirming some rumors that Season 7 is all about “uniting” the kingdom under one ruler, while Season 8 is going to be about “saving” the kingdom by using that new union to stand against the Whitewalkers who are now invading from the North. Check out the concept art for yourself below, it uses photorealistic versions of the characters against the new background, and the location was confirmed by a close-up shot of the corner of the art which literally says “Dragonpit Entrance.’
Are you excited at the prospect of all of these characters coming together again? Do you have any theories for how they are all going to come together by the end of Season 7? Does it make you nervous to be at the Dragonpit entrance and not actually see Dani standing there with them? Share your thoughts on what this concept art could mean with us in the comments section below!
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