His lines also connect to Jon's, which are about the same enemy they're fighting: the undead.
It's a long way to Winterfell, but the trailer confirms the Kingslayer made it to Winterfell and promised to "fight for the living". Literal chills. Whose body is ready for this?
By the way, you know who else is at Winterfell?
We've seen the posters, we've heard about the epic battle at Winterfell, and now HBO has finally released a proper trailer for Game of Thrones final season. And while hopes and expectations from this season as a whole are high, the trailer that dropped today sort of disappointed us. We may have to invent a brand-new word that fully explains just how hype we are for the final season.
Little is known about Game of Thrones penultimate season beyond what has been shown off in past trailers, though season 8 will feature what HBO has described as "the longest consecutive battle sequence ever committed to film". "It's been exhausting but I think it will blow everybody away".
Winter has definitely come, and it looks icy. I don't know if we were crying because we were sad it was ending or if we were crying because it was so f**king tiring. Are Jon and Daenerys approaching the living dragons in the aftermath of the battle for Winterfell, after dawn has come and the dragons have burned as numerous dead as they can? So, the Night King's army likely gets that close. Certain characters such as Melsandre and Grey Worm, Lord Varys and Ser Jorah Mormont, Theon and Euron Greyjoy and The Hound and The Mountain have been paired up.
Game of Thrones premieres April 14 at 9 p.m. on HBO. The first scene in the trailer depicts our Stark assassin petrified and seemingly trying to hold her breath, as if she's being hunted by something - and this scene would imply that it's now hot on her heels.
Game of Thrones has a huge cast of characters spread out across a massive fictional map, and it can be hard to get them all on screen.