Feel free to be nervous about "Game of Thrones" Season 7, Episode 4 based on the worrisome title.
It's not technically a spoiler, since it's from HBO Asia, but so far HBO has only issued details on the first three episodes, so this is advance intel.
And that intel says that Episode 4 is titled ... "The Spoils of War." Good title! But what does it mean?
Episode 3, which airs this coming Sunday, July 30, is called "The Queen's Justice" and has this synopsis: "Daenerys holds court; Cersei returns a gift; Jaime learns from his mistakes." The promo shows Euron returning from his Episode 2 victory, and teases the very first meeting between Dany and Jon Snow.
We also know that Dany was planning an attack on Casterly Rock, but the Episode 3 promo suggests that Cersei Lannister may be aware of that plan. So will the attack still happen in Episode 3? Will Casterly Rock be one of the spoils of war, or will Episode 4 have an entirely different meaning?
HBO should soon post photos teasing more of Episode 3, "The Queen's Justice" -- UPDATE: They're here! --- and we're on standby for a new press release with details on the next few episodes. But there are only seven episodes this season, instead of the usual 10, and there's no telling how much intel they want to give away in advance. So we may be better off just remember to check HBO Asia every so often, to see what they manage to get first.
GoT Season 7 airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.
[h/t: Watchers on the Wall]
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