I know this is going to sound a little weird, but I’m still waiting for the official “Game of Season 7” trailer for season 7 of Game of Thrones to hit YouTube.
The trailer’s not even out yet, but it’s already available on YouTube, which has a whopping 1.6 million subscribers.
But if you’ve never watched it, this video might give you a little idea of what’s coming in season 7.
Watch it here.
There’s a lot going on in this clip, so let’s take a closer look.
In the first half, we see Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister and the Hound meeting in the Eyrie.
Daenery is holding the hand of a mysterious figure, while Tyrion is holding a letter to a young boy.
The letter reads: “Dear Sansa, I am very sorry about your recent problems.
I did not know that you were so weak that I could do something so cruel to you.
I can assure you that I did my best, and it is not my fault that I was weak.”
The boy’s name is Littlefinger.
Cersei’s reaction to Littlefinger’s words is chilling, and she calls him out for his treachery.
She tells Littlefinger that she doesn’t trust him.
Littlefinger says that she’s “a fool,” and she’s right.
Cer and Littlefinger have a heated exchange.
When Littlefinger threatens to burn her alive, Cersei says, “No.
You are a fool.
You have done more harm to me than I have done to you.”
“I don’t know if you realize this,” Cersei adds.
“You killed me.”
Littlefinger is furious.
“What do you mean, ‘killed me’?
I have a thousand lives at stake here.”
He says he’ll make her suffer even more.
“No one is going with you, and you will have no one else to kill.”
Cersei begs for mercy.
Little, for his part, looks to be in no mood to kill her.
“I’ll kill you if you have to, but you can’t.
I’m no one.”
Cer and Cersei fight until Littlefinger agrees to give up his daughter, but he refuses to give her the baby.
Little tells Cersei that she can take the child, but she has to promise to kill him.
Cer says, I’ll kill him, but then she kills Littlefinger, and he dies.
Cer’s next sentence: “If you’re going to kill me, I’m going to let you.”
The audience is left to wonder how this happened.
Is it possible that Littlefinger was trying to save his daughter and the baby?
It’s also possible that Cersei had killed him and Little was just waiting for him to die.
But the answer may lie somewhere in between.
“If it was Littlefinger who killed Cersei, he had to be doing it to keep Cersei alive, because Cersei is dead, and I’m dead,” says Robert Jordan, the author of the Wheel of Time novels.
“So what happened is that he killed her.
And I think that that was the end of the matter.
He did it because she had killed his daughter.
So it was not him who killed her, but somebody else.”
Little did Cersei kill Littlefinger in order to save her, Jordan says.
“It was something he had planned all along.
She killed him because she didn’t want him to be her father.”
The story of Littlefinger and Cerys’ conflict is one of the most emotional parts of the series.
The show has had so many complex and interesting characters, and there’s so much drama and drama on this show.
It’s very sad to watch a story like this go down, but we’ve been living in a fantasy world for so long that we’re so accustomed to seeing the same things happen to people over and over again.
But that doesn’t mean it’s never possible for a character to die and for that to come to pass.
That’s a testament to the fact that we’ve lived in a world that is so rich with characters and so filled with potential.
The Game of Seasons 7 trailer will arrive this Friday, January 6, and we’ll have a look at what it has to offer in the coming days.