Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3 leak bound to happen?

  • Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3 leak bound to happen?

Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3 leak bound to happen?

The teaser for Game of Thrones season 8, episode 3 seems to suggest that the so-thought safest place in Winterfell may end up being the worst place to hide - and that confining the defenseless to the crypt in hopes of protecting them will ultimately result in their collective death. But we've only seen him do it with the recently deceased.

Yes, if you caught the most recent outing of the show, you'll know that he's after none other than Bran.

The next episode of the show is all set to be an exciting one where the battle between the Night King and the forces of Jon Snow and Daenerys actually begin.

Game of Thrones took a break from its regularly scheduled murder and mayhem to give us an episode full of great ship moments.

But all may not be lost, as Winterfell's population of women, children, and those who otherwise need to be protected, are planning to hide out in the elaborate crypts underneath the ancestral home of House Stark.

The obvious conclusion is that he must be riding a certain dragon up above. What does the Night King do best, apart from look spooky and shoot down dragons with ice spears?

But perhaps the riskiest part of the coming war is the group's strategy for defeating the Night King.

If so... Jesus, that's not going to be good for all those defenceless folks hiding out down in the supposedly protected crypts, is it.

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

"Game of Thrones" airs Sundays at 9/8c on HBO.

Stephen King took time out from his busy schedule of writing and slamming Donald Trump to tweet his opinions following the second episode of Season 8.

In one of the visual, Daenerys scathingly tells Jon, "the dead are already here, ' which could mean that though she may not accept Jon's claim to the throne, she understands the bigger threat at hand was the undead knocking at Winterfell".