Fans are excited for tonight's season finale of Game of Thrones, which will hopefully tie up some of the plot threads that they've been following since the season began. Can't wait a few more hours to see how things end up? Then we've got you covered. Here are five possible spoilers for tonight's Game of Thrones finale.
Stannis Arrives in the North
Last season, Stannis reveals that he has seen a vision in the flames of a great battle in the snow. That battle finally occurs in this episode, when he marches the army he just purchased from Braavos all the way to the Wall. Once there, he saves the day for the Night’s Watch. Things will get complicated - Stannis believes himself to be a kind, but the Night’s Watch is an apolitical organization – but that can wait until next season.
Arya Leave for Braavos
Remember that coin Arya got from Jaqen H’ghar? That’s going to get used in this episode. When Arya’s time hanging out with the Hound is over, she’s going to head for the docks. Once there, she will use Jaqen’s coin to buy passage to Braavos, opening up a whole new chapter to be explored for the character, which will be explored in Season 5.
Tyrion has been sentenced to death, but it he’s a slippery character with more friends than he realizes. Jaime and Varys are going to spring Tyrion from his cell and set him on the path to freedom, though Tyrion will make a pit stop along the way. Where Tyrion is heading to is a surprise for Season 5.
Bran Meets the Three-Eyed Crow
As you've see in the preview video, things are rough for Bran and company but they’re very close to their goal. Once there, he will meet the Three-eyed Crow from his dreams, who turns out to be a “greenseer.” This powerful character will teach Bran how to master his special abilities and reveal some more powers Bran didn’t even know he had.
Meet the Children
In addition to meeting the Three-eyed Crow, Bran will meet a character named Leaf. Leaf is one of the Children that the episode is named for – the Children of the Forest. This non-human race is believed extinct by most humans, but at least a few still exist in the service of the Crow. It will be interesting to see how the show visualizes them.
Game of Thrones, “The Children,” airs Sunday, June 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.