With only three days to go until the season four premiere of Game of Thrones, the teasers just keep on coming. Yesterday, a preview for Sunday's premiere episode, "Two Swords," hit the Internet and though it's only about 30 seconds long (similar to a "next time on..." teaser), the premiere looks to be pretty action-packed.
First off, we see Daenerys talking to Missandei and she appears to be hitting the road with her Unsullied and moving on from Yunkai to Meereen, another city in Slaver's Bay:
They say a thousand slaves died building the Great Pyramid of Meereen, and now an army of former slaves is marching to her gates.
Meanwhile, Jaime is back in King's Landing and dealing with the loss of his hand (which he will begin to overcome with the help of this super rad golden hand). There's also tension in reuniting with Cersei (shocker) and he tells her "I murdered people so I could be here with you." She appears unimpressed by this.
Looks like we can also expect more road trip antics from Arya and The Hound, and if this early review is any indication, it's going to be pretty great (careful, though, the link is chock-full of spoilers).
The Hound gets some of the best lines of the night and basically steals the show from sexy princes, cannibalistic wildlings, and freaking dragons.
As for the rest of the gang, we get glimpses of the situation up at the Wall and the encroaching wildlings, plus the arrival of Oberyn Martell, who is described as a "forceful, lusty man with a quick wit and barbed tongue." Can't wait.
Last night also marked another premiere of the fourth season, as Maisie Williams (Arya), Sophie Turner (Sansa), and Liam Cunningham (Davos) all stepped out for the Paris premiere at the Le Grand Rex cinema and participated in a Q&A session.
When asked to sum up the new season without spoilers, Williams said "I feel like HBO did it pretty well by saying 'Valar Morghulis,' [meaning] 'all men must die.' I think that's a great kind of insight as to what's to come for the new season. I think people should read more into that than they are, the fact that all men must die. Not necessarily good guys, not necessarily bad guys. Everyone."