There's been a lot of talk about Jon Snow's fate in "Game of Thrones" Season 6, but what about some of our other favorites, like Tyrion Lannister?

HBO has given us a lot to analyze in the past month, from that first major trailer to this new "March Madness Promo" with fresh footage, and a few new photos from Entertainment Weekly.

The main trailer already gave us the line from Tyrion, "You are in the great game now, and the great game is terrifying." The new promo adds the preceding question, "Are you afraid? You should be." Who is he talking to? Grey Worm, perhaps?

The main trailer also showed Tyrion descending into a dark space, holding a torch, which hints to a visit to Daenerys Targaryen's other two dragons. (Those poor dragons; locked away when they didn't do anything wrong, and their brother is out free, flying around with Mom.) One takeaway from the new promo is a shot of Tyrion seeming to take Dany's place as acting leader in Meereen, stepping down from her throne to speak to a group, flanked by Grey Worm and Missandei.
We also see Tyrion with Varys in a new photo shared by EW. Here's the caption that goes with the image shown at top:

"Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) and Varys (Conleth Hill) on the streets of Meereen. The duo will strive to manage the city using Westeros-style politics to keep it from once again falling into chaos."

Beyond Tyrion, the new trailer teases the High Sparrow saying (probably to Margaery), "We are sinful creatures. We deserve death. We all do." We also see a shot of Cersei Lannister looking at something with tears in her eyes, then closing them. Is this before or after she tells Lancel, "I choose violence," as she does in the main trailer? In EW, Lena Headey teased that Cersei's walk of shame only "worsened things" and she hasn't found any humility at all. "It's fueled her desire for power and her desperation to prove that she's somebody worth considering."

Here are some other new images from EW:

"Game of Thrones" Season 6 premieres April 24 on HBO. In the meantime, you can watch Peter Dinklage host "Saturday Night Live" this weekend on April 2.

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