Game of Thrones GOT Season 8 Officially Poster
HBO has Game of Thrones released the official poster of the 8 and final season, which kicks off the six-episode season on Sunday, April 14. HBO has teased fans by unveiling the official Game of Thrones new season eight poster. The poster is nearly a callback of sorts into the season one poster, which featured Ned Stark sitting on the iron throne.
The image instantly went viral when it fell in the early hours of Friday. Earning thousands of likes and shares on Twitter within minutes. Given how misleading that poster was, ideally fans of Daenerys Targaryen’s two remaining dragons should not have a lot to worry about.
The poster includes a close-up in the top half of the Iron Throne, in which the ruler of Westeros sits. Which is composed of the blades of the crown’s opponents. Daenerys Targaryen’s (Emilia Clarke) two remaining dragons may be the key to helping her. And Jon Snow defeats the White Walkers and place her on the throne.
With the eyes of one of Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons clearly visible on the throne. It might be a sign that one of her remaining dragons, Drogon and Rhaegal, might be murdered. And on the other hand, it could also indicate the 3rd dragon. The undead Viserion that was murdered and resurrected by The Night King might fall. It only might be indicative of Dany’s desire to occupy the iron throne.
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An eagle-eyed fan indicated that the dragon in the poster was Dragon the fiery red eyes a dead giveaway. Adding that the poster signs it is going to be a season for the dragons. Things may also just be intentionally misleading, like from the Season one poster with Ned Stark sitting on the iron throne. People are waiting to watch Game of Thrones full episodes of the final season.
The footage showed the Stark siblings Sansa and Arya looking on in fear as the dragons fly in overhead. The very first time dragons have been seen in Westeros in centuries. Again, this hints to Dany taking the throne. But then again, maybe it is too obvious today. Which goes against what we have come to know more about GOT.
The trailer features Jaime telling an unseen personality, I promised to fight for the living. I intend to keep that promise. HBO also lately released the Game of Thrones air time Season 8 episode four. Which can be more than an hour with 3 approaching feature lengths, at or over 80 minutes in length. All events from the show’s previous seven seasons set to collide in the 8th and final ride.