5 more days to go for the final episode release of Game Of Thrones season 6 entitled as “The Winds Of Winter” and let us tell you that with the end of this season the Winter arrives In Westeros, a long moment of frost that will potentially bring the whole of seven kingdoms into the threat. But the case with Game Of Thrones 6 Episode 10 is different as half of the Westeros are busy into their own matters, we saw one matter getting close on the last Sunday in “Battle Of The Bastards” and another one to unfold in the upcoming Episode “The Winds of Winter”. Only the trailer of the episode has made its way out and that itself is enough to excite us for the kind of finale that’s coming our way this Sunday on June 26 and hence we give you people an inside to what’s exactly the trailer mean through every bit of its frame.
Before we move ahead the unofficial (Official) Episode 10 Synopsis, which we have learnt from the Game Of Throne 6 Emmy Submission document has got only this in reference to episode 10 as a description:
“Season Finale. Cersei faces her trial.”
It doesn’t explain much isn’t it, well even the trailer hints and provides more importance to this occasion of trail, and here we go explaining each frame of the trailer to get more out of the trailer:
With the voiceover of High Sparrow run behind, we open with Cersei Lannister standing to show her back in the trailer, the posture itself is the restrained persona of Cersei that’s only seen when actions will find its way from her to the actual events.
Queen Margaery Tyrell prepares for ceremony dressing up her too.
King Tommen, well aware of the consequences of his idealistic approaches and action that are set to take place by his very own orders only to prevail the idea of doing and deciding right as it’s the duty of a King.
The high Sparrow making his entrance in the holy Sept of Baelor where the trials on Loras Tyrell and Cersei Lannister will commence.
Inside the Sept view from the top introduce us to the seven judges who are meant to consider and look upon the case of Loras and Cersei’s case.
In the background we hear High Sparrow words during the trailer, “are you prepared to stand trial and profess your guilt or innocence before the Sept” and then there he goes, holds onto the chin of Loras, looking for the answer to his question.
What we see here is Winterfell and in the sky is Raven, a rarely seen white raven who is set out from the Citadel to let the kingdoms known of turning off every season. We have been listening to its since a long time that Winter is coming, but with episode 10 we’ll finally see the winter coming.
If it were not for Sansa, Petyr Baelish wouldn’t have come with the reinforcement during the Battle of The Bastard and they wouldn’t have got the victory over Winterfell. That is what’s become the point of this emotional conversation between Jon and Sansa.
Wasn’t notified about the help that Sansa could get, Jon clears things up with half-sister Sansa saying, “We need to trust each other, we’ve so many enemies now.”
A serene and enchanting evening view of the Twins.
The celebration is up for the Frey’s after the successful capture of Frey and hence Walder Frey makes the comment saying, “The Freys and the Lannister’s send their regard.”
Jaime Lannister seems to have dined out at the Freys, but the wait wasn’t he suppose to get back to Lannister as soon as possible.
Here’s the Lannister army celebrating, back once similar such celebration took place and many died here. This could be a completely wrong place Jaime could be in.
After so long we are back at the godswood with Sansa sitting there and finds in the company of Littlefinger who is asking for something.
“What do you want, ” says the curious Sansa who according to Littlefinger, known exactly what she wants.
“I thought you’d knew what I wanted” Littlefinger words go as he gets close to Sansa.
Melisandre brought under the roof in front of Jon and Davos is like, “Tell him what you did to her” talking about Shireen’s burning on the stake.
Melisandre seems out of words for the first time and seems regretful of her actions too.
But Davos wants to disclose her actions desperately and hence charges with another action, “Tell him”
One that doesn’t really make sense is what is It that Jon will do into this matt because the King Stannis himself did agree to her decision of sacrificing his own daughter.
Bran’s in the house people and that means another enchanting vision and we know some of what’s he sees.
With the final line in the background by Tyrion saying “Are you afraid, good!” and we go through these three shots of Daenerys Targaryen and Daario. Then is this man seems more of Lancel Lannister coming out of the gates of Sept of Baelor.
Tyrion and Daenerys bring the trailer to close as he uses his great words in telling her, “You are in the great game now and the great game is terrifying”.
Now that everything is known about the trailer let us just once take a look at the trailer of “The Winds of Winter”: