‘Game of Thrones’ Season 3 Spoilers: What Do the Episode Titles Reveal?
Every day that goes by brings us closer to the March 31 premiere of 'Game of Thrones' season 3, which we have many, many reasons to watch. The promotional campaign has been on a roll of late, spotlighting epic dragon shadows that menace all of Los Angeles, as well as the recent trailer that gave us our first real look at the season, but what can we learn from the newly released episode titles? Find out the latest from 'Game of Thrones' season 3 inside!
Sunday March 31 will be here before we can say "Valar Morghulis," but that doesn't make the wait any less anguishing. After all, there are only so many thousands of times we can watch the new trailer. One interesting tidbit that comes to us today is the list of episode titles for the new season, courtesty of WinterisComing:
Ep. 301 – Valar Dohaeris
Ep. 302 – Dark Wings, Dark Words
Ep. 303 – Walk of Punishment
Ep. 304 – And Now His Watch is Ended
Ep. 305 – Kissed by Fire
Ep. 306 – TBD
Ep. 307 – The Bear and the Maiden Fair
Ep. 308 – TBD
Ep. 309 – The Rains of Castamere
Ep. 310 – Mhysa
Fans of the series will note that the premiere episode "Valar Dohaeris" represents the typical response to the phrase "Valar Morghulis," the title of the season 2 finale, while "Walk of Punishment" was written by series creator George R.R. Martin, changed from its previous title "Chains." "Kissed by Fire" likely refers to a big episode for Jon Snow and Ygritte, as Wildlings referred to redheads as such, while "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" likely references an incident with Brienne and Jamie we won't reveal.
Finally, "Mhysa" usually refers to "Mother," in another language, which could refer to big episodes for Daenerys, Catelyn Stark and Cersei Lannister, but might the seventh and ninth titles contain even bigger spoilers?
Well, what say you? Are you more excited for 'Game of Thrones' season 3 now that we have a better picture of the episode titles? What do you hope to see when the new season premieres on March 31?