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At first thought it would seem pretty obvious that she's referring to Euron. We already know he is on his way from the Iron Islands (which are west of KL). It definitely isn't a kraken and almost looks to be a dragon's head. This 'dragon' imagery is furthered by the almost wing-like triangular studding sails sticking out to both port and starboard. Then there's a flash of lightning which reveals the kraken sigil on the staysail. Perhaps building some dragon-y ships to impress Dany if his big cock isn't enough? 0:13 - “Enemies to the South. Not very important but it clearly shows the Vale of Arryn on the painted table. Maybe to drive home that the Vale has 100% sided with the North against the Iron Throne? 0:18 - “Enemies to the North. We get a shot of Arya riding solo through the woods. Probably still in the Riverlands (we see similar trees and woods in Season 2 as Jaime and Brienne are making their way through these parts). It looks like they are in the Red Keep given the architecture and stone. Afterwards we get a view of the throne room and things look more than a little tense; there's a great shot of the new Lannister lion above the throne that has replaced the seven-pointed star. Judging from the following scene and the short hair, this figure seems like it probably belongs to Iron Banker Tycho Nestoris, who has confirmed he will play a major role in the new season. It’s pretty close to the glum look he had at the end of season 6. So I would say yes but directly following we see Cersei's face and she looks equally wroth. Seriously, they are ENORMOUS! 0:35 - Dany's arrival at Dragonstone. The gates open dramatically and one can see the Targaryen three-headed dragon still adorning the castle; she takes over narration.

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