Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) is also seen in Dragonstone, looking rather anxious, while Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbaek) is seen on one of his many ships.
'GoT' followers went insane on the social media after watching "The Last of the Starks" after they spotted a misplaced takeaway cup placed on Daenerys' table in a scene when the heroes gather to celebrate their victory at the Battle of Winterfell.
"I think that Jon knows what he's leaving behind", Bradley said. Not only did he not say a quick "bye pal" to the glorious wolf, he didn't have any physical interaction whatsoever. In the episode, Ghost is supposed to be taken north by Tormund Giantsbane to live out his days peacefully among the free. She added that, "if that's the worst thing they're finding, then we're in good shape".
"So there wasn't any issues with green screen or situations where we're dealing with any kind of rotoscoping".
Regardless, fans were devo'd at the scene.
Ghost was loyal and Jon didn't even say goodbye.
That right there is Jon Snow walking up the beach of Dragonstone with Varys at his side, apparently having sailed to the island on one of Dany's surviving ships and rowed to the island.
If we could count on Game of Thrones following logical courses of action in the final fight for the Iron Throne, then Dany wouldn't have been shocked to see the Iron Fleet come out of nowhere around Dragonstone, Cersei probably would have had forces on Dragonstone, and Dany wouldn't have sent her injured and tired army on a month-long walk from the North to King's Landing.
Just a few episodes removed from the Battle of Winterfell, the longest battle ever seen on film or television, The Last War is brewing, as we can see in the photos.
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It's worth noting that Wildlands launched back in March 2017, so the timing seems reasonable if it is indeed getting a sequel. After all, it'd be unusual to hire the likes of Punisher actor Jon Bernthal for what's basically a one-off side-mission.