The most memorable last words spoken by 'Game of Thrones' characters


The most memorable last words spoken by 'Game of Thrones' characters

In anticipation of the highly anticipated event, click through our photo gallery above that highlights all of the new "Game of Thrones" character posters, from Arya Stark to Jon Snow to Tyrion Lannister.

Asked if she'd like Yara to stake a claim on the Iron Throne or overcome the last White Walker, she said, "I've got a frightful feeling that the White Walkers are going to take over in Season 8". Then, a shift in tone, and a swift massacre - without actual violence.

"Game of Thrones" fans aren't the only ones reeling over the show's impending end.

"It's been nearly a high-class soap, with different families, moving around, geographically", said Cunningham, aka Ser Davos Seaworth.

As Cersei told Ned back on season one, "When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die", and no one is safe.

The 21-year-old Game of Thrones actress was spotted arriving at LAX Airport on Thursday (July 13) in Los Angeles.

"I think Thrones is a unique concoction in terms of visual value, a vast range of characters, (author) George R.R. Martin's extraordinary imagined universe and (producers) so brilliant at evolving it". Before, she was a victim in many ways. Jon and Sansa dealt with Ramsay in the Battle of the Bastards (who killed his own villainous father earlier in the season).

Sansa's change in wardrobe also speaks of the dim path she takes in the installment. As observed in GOT press interviews that this paper participated in, one question proved to be the most enduring: The possibility of an actor's character being vanquished and not making it - "alive and well" - to the next season. Stark deaths are always the most shocking and it would be frightful to see Sansa die after everything she has gone through. The end of the last season FINALLY saw Sansa get some control back, she's taken back Winterfell and has been reunited with her half brother Jon Snow. There's also the fact that Kit Harington and Turner have been teasing a storyline centering on Sansa taking a more prominent role in the show. "I think they both know what the other is up to".

Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish (Aidan Gillen) - During the show's six years it is revealed that Peytr Baelish, nicknamed "Littlefinger", has had a hand in many the main plot lines, including rescuing Sansa Stark, framing Tyrion Lannister and the deaths of King Joffery Baratheon and Lord Jon Arryn.

Clapton said that fans will see a different Sansa when Season 7 opens. Obviously I've got no idea, but they seem to be gaining strength and power and tenacity.

Things are getting complicated in Sansa's world.