WARNING: The following article contains spoilers from episode three of Game of Thrones season seven.
In a trailer released teasing the next instalment, Cersei Lannister (played by Lean Headey) is greedy for power through whatever means necessary.
The Queen of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros says: ”My only venture at this moment is reestablishing control over this continent and every person on it."
She can also be seen striking a deal with the Iron Bank, but only if the Lannisters deliver the gold from Highgarden.
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Following on from episode three which saw Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) suffer another humiliating defeat, it appears the Mother of Dragons has had enough of failure.
"All my allies are gone, I'm losing," she admits to Jon Snow (Kit Harington) on the shores of Dragonstone.
Along with losing the Iron Islanders’ fleet in episode two, Daenerys lost important allies the Greyjoys and House Martell, plus House Tyrell has now been destroyed due to Jamie Lannister’s (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) attack on Highgarden.
Being outsmarted has taken it’s toll on the daughter of the Mad King who declares: ”Enough with the clever plans!”
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Will Daenerys’ damaging defeats mean she is now more keen to negotiate with the King in the North? Or will she storm King's Landing with her dragons?
The short clip also shows Theon Greyjoy finally making it back to shore after previously jumping ship and a quick glimpse of Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) peering down at Winterfell can be seen.
After Sansa (Sophie Turner) and Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) were reunited last night, will Arya be the last to join in?
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