Warning: Spoilers forward.
After years of anticipation main as much as the epic battle between the dwelling and the useless on “Recreation of Thrones,” followers lastly know the destiny of their— and the dreaded Night time King — after Sunday’s episode of the hit drama. Nevertheless, two characters have been notably lacking from the post-battle scenes: Jon Snow’s direwolf Ghost and one in every of Daenerys Targaryen’s two remaining dragons, Drogon and Rhaegal.
Season eight’s 82-minute third episode, “The Longest Night time,” depicted Ghost initially of the battle ofstanding on the entrance traces alongside long-time adviser and buddy to Daenerys, Jorah Mormont, in addition to the Dothraki military. The military was the primary to battle the White Walkers and wights within the episode, operating into the darkness with weapons blazing. Nevertheless, because the flames extinguished, and a few surviving troopers got here operating again to Winterfell’s gates in terror — Ghost appeared misplaced for good.
Daenerys’ two surviving dragons, with the undead Viserion misplaced to the Night time King’s military, have been additionally seen going into battle many occasions within the episode. The dragons fought Viserion above the clouds, set hearth to lots of the wights as they charged towards Winterfell — and Drogon even unsuccessfully tried to burn the Night time King to a crisp with its fire-breath. Whereas one dragon is seen surrounding Daenerys as she mourns Jorah’s tragic dying, the opposite is nowhere to be seen on the finish of the.
So, did they make it out alive? Properly, followers will not have to attend till the subsequent episode for the reply, as a result of the brand new preview seems to have given it away.
HBO performed the preview for the fourth episode after the credit rolled, and some acquainted faces make fast appearances within the clips. On the 18th second of the 40-second teaser, Daenerys and a bunch of victorious troopers seem outdoors of Winterfell, with some carrying torches. Ghost additionally seems to be within the shot, standing within the crowd. Then, 22 seconds into the clip, a pair of dragons fly in entrance ofas she gazes from the turrets of Winterfell.
So, it seems the present’s favourite animals have survived the bloody battle, however they is probably not secure for lengthy. As, “the final conflict” towards Cersei and her followers remains to be to come back.