If you think the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell at the Long Night episode was too much of an emotional roller coaster, the fourth episode will break your heart.
The epsisode opens with the winterfell army, lords and ladies paying the last tribute to the martyrs of the war. Dany comes up and kisses Jorah Mormont who lived his dream of dying protecting his Queen.
But what unfolded in thelater part of the episode saw shrewd decisions made by Danerys to make her claim to the throne stronger from making Grendy a new lord of Storm's End to manipulating Jon Snow that he should not press his claim as the rightfull hier of the throne to keep ther love alive.
The ideas of love, sex, and marriage were fairly complicated in Winterfell this week. Gendry Baratheon, proposed to Arya Stark and our girl turned him down with some very familiar words: “that’s not me', posing questions about her true intentions.
But what shook us was how Dany is losing faith in her confidantes and latter plotting to bring her down for a better king.
Cersie meanwhile is wearing a brave face, and in no mood to surrender, not even for her unborn child and hatches her most evil plan of bringing innocent people to the Red Keep, a strategy that fall flat for her enemy the ambitious and now ruthless mother of dragons.
Nevertheless, the episode witness truckloads of romance and farewells as the Dothraki and Unsullied sailed for the Kind Landing.
The succeeding episodes whill have to answer crucial answers as in what is Arya Stark up to? Will Jamie fight for Cersie or Gaist her? How cruel will Dany get to fulfull her intentions and What has Sansa Stark in mind!