‘Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers: New Locations Hint Major Battle; Show Casts A Huge Number Of Unsullied?
There is so much anticipation in the upcoming "Games of Thrones" season 7. The cast of the hit series are very careful not to speak too much about the upcoming season and most are very cryptic when it comes to the topic. Recent reports came up that a major battle is coming its way, and it may be a little bit different than what most fans think it will be.
According to the publication Independent Emilia Clarke who plays the character Daenerys, seems to have teased about the big battle. The publication reported that Clarke was smiling to herself and said, "there's another battle that's epic."
Her revelation prompted more fans to dig further and a recent report surfaced that there are three new locations for the show. One will be inside a private property called Las Brenas, the other one is in Barrueco de Arriba which looked a bit more aquatic, and the last one at the Trujillo Castle.
A lot of fans believe that because of the last scene in the "Game of Thrones" season 6 which took part on the sea, there will be an inevitable sea battle. But it seems like the revelation of the new location suggests that it will be a battle on the seashore instead.
Could it be that Daenerys' army will battle as soon as they dock on the shore?
It was also reported that HBO has been looking for a huge number of horses as well as casting a lot of extras who are willing to shave their heads and beards for the show indicating that Daenerys will most likely battle alongside a huge army of the Unsullied and the Dothraki. Could this be the epic battle that Clarke had teased the fans with?
Fans will find out when "Game of Thrones" season 7 airs in 2017.
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