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Game Of Thrones episode titles for rest of series 'reveal major storylines'

The titles of the remaining three episodes in the current series of Game Of Thrones have been revealed and it's a bit of a big deal - for fans of the show anyway. Episodes eight, nine and 10 will be titled No One, Battle Of Bastards and The Winds Of Winter. Fans of the books and show have set social media sites alight with theories based on just nine words.
***Don't read any further if you don't want any spoilers*** 

 

 

 

No One, episode eight, is set to conclude Arya Stark's training with the Faceless Men. Although having seemingly failed her final test, it looks unlikely she'll come away with any shape-shifting powers. On the plus side, she's finally ready to take some revenge on The Waif, who has tormented the youngest Stark daughter for weeks with a great big stick.

 

 

 

Battle Of Bastards, episode nine, suggests that Ramsay Bolton is finally set for his long awaited comeuppance at the hands of the newly resurrected Jon Snow. Having mutilated Theon, raped Sansa and killed Osha, Ramsay's storyline recently made headlines when he killed his stepmother and newborn baby brother with a pack of hungry hounds.

 

 

The Winds Of Winter, episode 10, has fans speculating that The White Walkers will finally break through The Wall and make their assault on Westeros. Winter Is Coming was the title of the first episode of Game Of Thrones, broadcast on 17 April 2011 and it looks like the cold snap might have finally arrived. The Winds Of Winter is, coincidentally, the long-awaited sixth book in George R. R. Martin's A Song Of Ice and Fire series. Previous volume A Dance With Dragons was released on 12 July 2011.

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