Game of Thrones Season 8 Trailer Reaction & Review

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Watchers on the wall had plenty to see on Tuesday, as HBO debuted a full trailer for the final season of Game of Thrones. And it's pretty awesome.

The trailer shows a haggard Jaime on a fiery battlefield, swinging his sword as hard as he can at a shadowy foe.

The nearly 2 minute long trailer opens with a monologue from Arya, features plenty of glimpses of the Daenerys' dragons, some longing looks between Dany and Jon Snow and a glimpse at the epic final battle scene. It was previously stated that the crew shot for more than 10 months just to shoot six episodes.

The seventh season of Game of Thrones ended with the revelation that the White Walkers now have their own dragon, which is sure to wreak havoc on the people of Winterfell.

Winter's been inching its way toward us for quite some time, and now it's finally here. So buckle up, Thrones fans: you're gonna get something bloody, bloody long, and bloody awesome when Game of Thrones final season begins April 14.

The actor who plays Ser Jorah Mormont, Iain Glen, said filming the battle was the "most unpleasant experience I've had on Thrones".

In the interim: footage of ships, Daenerys' (spoiler) remaining two dragons flying over Sansa Stark and Daenerys marching with an army and Jon Snow. But there's one scene in particular that has viewers buzzing over what could be in store for Jon Snow (Kit Harington) in Game of Thrones' final six episodes. "I look forward to seeing this one".

At the end of last season, Daenerys' (Emilia Clarke) dragons and her enormous army were finally on the way to Westeros, where Cersei (Lena Headey) has now become Queen after the death of her children.

As the trailer opens and the first image comes into view, Arya Stark is seen gasping and seemingly running in fear of her life.

We felt that the entire trailer was bits and pieces of what we already knew was to come, pieced together.

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