‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: The Lannisters Will Sack Highgarden

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Now that Jon Snow is resurrected, he’s at last beginning to know something. However, Queen Cersei may very well guarantee that he keeps on knowing nothing  in Game of Thrones Season 7.


Warning: Spoilers ahead! This is your chance to turn off if you do not like spoilers.

Lady Olenna, the Queen of Thorns, may be the last living Tyrell after Cersei’s turning as Mad Queen. At the end of Game of Thrones Season 6 we saw Margaery, Loras and Mace go up on fire — however we haven’t seen the last of House Tyrell. Indeed, Season 7 may demonstrate a greater amount of it than we have ever seen it before. Another set report has two interesting new areas for Season 7: Lannister fortification, Casterly Rock and Tyrell’s home, Highgarden.


In spite of the fact that we’ve seen innumerable references to both areas, we have never seen either onscreen. This is as large as it will be the point at which we at long last see Rhaegar Targaryen onscreen.

In any case, the most fascinating suggestion is the thing that this implies for the adjust of force in Westeros. In spite of the fact that we realize that Jon and Daenerys will meet at previous Targaryen fortress, Dragonstone, don’t underestimate the power and anger of Queen Cersei. It could be quite a while before they wrestle it from her.

The set report sets that the Lannisters will sack Highgarden. This confirms Lannister power, as well as it will permit Cersei’s strengths to control the crossroads that Highgarden manages, where the Ocean Road meets the Roseroad. The last reaches out into Oldtown, where the Citadel is. In the event that Sam finds critical data about the cure to Greyscale or Jon Snow’s actual guardians, and needs to convey the news face to face, then, he could get himself captured by Lannister powers.

Of course, maybe Sam will at the end of the day locate some dormant badassery inside himself and come through for Jon.

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