Here's a story about a sword-one that appears in the new teaser for Game of Thrones Season Seven: Ned Stark, before his untimely death, had a greatsword called Ice made of Valyrian steel.
However, as many fans have pointed out, Brienne of Tarth doesn't appear to be the one holding Oathbreaker in the clip, leading to speculation around where the famous sword has ended up.
As we, as fans, patiently wait for our Westerosi friends to catch us up with their lives, we've come up with this list of the 15 Game of Thrones theories for the new season that, somehow, are just plain awesome.
As reported by Independent, Cunningham also uncovered that the show would wrap up with two -but more epic-packed- shorter seasons. "It's July now, I think", Cunningham said. Check out the clip below and speak your mind on it after the jump.
According to IGN, every season of "Game of Thrones" premiered in early April. The video is an assurance for fans that production for season 7 is ramping up. The showrunners delayed production for season seven because they needed to film in colder weather. Liam added "There's going to be a launch and something special happening this year for the premiere. The bad news is, there will only be seven episodes and the [filming for the] final season starts again as far as I know in September".
A July premiere could coincide with the show's annual appearance at San Diego Comic-Con, which often includes major cast members and executive producers.
If you're even remotely interested in the latest goings-on ahead of Game of Thrones season 7 then you've probably been hunting around for any tiny scrap or morsel of Westeros-related content.