The most interesting new shot is the above image of Arya Stark. She’s got a new wardrobe, though it’s not surprising considering she arrived back in Westeros at the end of Season 6. Based on her cloak, it seems more likely that she’s heading north instead of south this coming season.
Meanwhile, Sansa is once again in the Winterfell godswood, the same place where Littlefinger suggested she should be Queen in the North in Season 6’s finale. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Sophie Turner teased of her Season 7 arc: “She’s seemingly in control for the first time — and it really suits her. She’s kind of having a bit of a power trip. But she’s also becoming more insecure, because there are threats to the power that she holds.”
Speaking of threats to her power, Jon Snow looks like his new digs as King in the North really suit him.
This isn’t the first promo HBO has released for Game of Thrones: Season 7. Back in July, the network also released a video announcing the new season was in production.
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The title sequence consists of a three-dimensional map of the world, with the continents of Westeros and Essos located on the inner surface of a sphere. At the center of the sphere is a light source, effectively a sun surrounded by an astrolabe-like arrangement of rotating rings. The details of the title sequence change each week depending on the locations visited. The following description is how the sequence appears in the first episode of the series, “Winter is Coming”.
The sequence opens with a close-up of the sun and the astrolabe surrounding it. Relief details are visible on the astrolabe, showing a volcano destroying a city while a dragon watches on and several people escaping in a boat, a reference to the Doom of Valyria. The camera then pans to a wide-shot of Westeros and Essos before zooming in on the city of King’s Landing, in particular the sigil of House Baratheon on what appears to be a large gear in the middle of the city. The gear begins turning, moving other cogs, and then three-dimensional buildings start rising out of the ground, such as the Red Keep and the Great Sept of Baelor.
Once the city is assembled, the camera moves north across Westeros to Winterfell, which similarly rises out of the ground while a gear bearing the sigil of House Stark rotates. The camera pays particular attention to the godswood of Winterfell and its heart tree as it rises out of the ground before panning up to the sun and astrolabe. There is then another close-up of the detail on the astrolabe, this time showing the Stark direwolf, Lannister lion and Baratheon stag engaging the Targaryen dragon in combat, a reference to Robert’s Rebellion.
The camera returns to Winterfell and then pans north to the Wall, where more gears start turning and Castle Black emerges from the ground, while the pulley lift emerges from the face of the Wall. The camera pulls all the way back to King’s Landing before moving across the Narrow Sea to the Free City of Pentos, which similarly emerges from the ground while gears rotate.
The title sequence ends with a return to the relief detail of the astrolabe, now showing the animals representing the various noble houses of Westeros bowing to the triumphant Baratheon stag. The Game of Thrones logo then appears over the astrolabe, with the heads of a dragon, wolf, lion, and stag emerging from the side of the logo.
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While a civil war brews between several noble families in Westeros, children of the former rulers of the land attempt to rise up to power. Meanwhile a forgotten race, bent on destruction, return after thousands of years in the North.