Another Stark (Targaryen?) is regrettably really missing out. Jon Snow continues to be attempting to persuade Daenerys to lend her dragons and army for that approaching fight from the White-colored Walkers. He finds a couple of cave works of art produced by the kids from the Forest illustrating their previous fight using the dead. But apart from adding some atmosphere to whole situation, it’s pretty useless. Daenerys informs Jon to bend the knee, and he’s playing zero dragons.
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This is actually the first episode in season seven that really seems like a “Game of Thrones” episode. As the previous three meandered around like they’d time for you to waste (We simply have a lot screentime left! Every moment matters!), “The Spoils of War” was full of fire and bloodstream.
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But while Ser Davos’s character development and also the feeble romance between Jon and Daenerys falter, Theon’s arrival to Dragonstone presents an infinitely more interesting arc. Jon clearly wants Theon dead but restrains themself. Theon’s actor, Alfie Allen, is ideal within this scene. His shoulders are stiff as he approaches Jon, and that he stutters as he states Sansa’s name, recording both clumsiness and also the emotional weight his guilt should be giving.