Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2 recap: Biggest WTF moments

Brenda Watkins
April 24, 2019

From the teaser of the third episode, which will be out next week, we gather that the Great War will be in full swing. At least one huge battle will follow soon, and we've known that all along. Here's every little nugget we picked up on in the episode-we know you'll let us know in the comments if we missed any. Heck, on the first episode of the new season, the Army of the Dead seized the Last Hearth and made its denizens dead soldiers in the fight against the living, so why wouldn't the Night King attempt to resurrect the dead Starks from the crypt to continue doing his dirty work on the next episode?

The obvious conclusion is that he must be riding a certain dragon up above. This was the second consecutive episode of this season to get leaked. After all, he's got one as well, and it would make flawless sense.

Of course, the big question going into this Sunday's episode is how will the Northern Lords of Winterfell defend their Stark Stronghold from the risky threat that the Night King poses?

In the backdrop of fire-engulfed Winterfell, Jon Snow voiceovers, "the Night King is coming". Rather than hitting Winterfell with all the might of his army, undead dragon included, he'll steer Viserion to a different objective, one that you might not necessarily expect: King's Landing. "The icy freaks attacking Winterfell is all anyone has talked about over the last two episodes!"

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Two things that might get in the way - firstly, we know the Night King can raise the dead to become wights.

The cast have previously spoke on the upcoming battle, saying it's much more epic than Battle of the Bastards.

Concerned fans have spotted a major problem for the next episode ofGame of Thrones - and it all concerns the crypts of Winterfell. The trailer for episode 3, meanwhile, tells us that the battle will finally begin, which means we'll soon learn whether or not the Night King and Viserion are in the North.

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