Game of Thrones: Cersei Lannister Still Doesn’t Know The Most Devastating Secret

Finally, the endless wait for Game of Thrones fans got over and the first episode of season 7 titled “Dragon Stone” started on a high note. The episode began with Arya Stark masquerading as Lord Walder Frey poisoning the rest of the Freys. At the Castle Black, Bran Stark and Mira Reed shows up.

In Game of Thrones, Jon Snow or King in the North ordered every man, woman, and child to mine dragon-stone and forge weapons from it as it’s the only way to fight the army of the dead.

He pardoned the sons of Umbers and the Karstarks who then pledged their loyalty to House Stark.

Daenerys Stormborn had begun her invasion of Westeros with the huge armada, the Greyjoys, the unsullied, the Dothraki horde and the three dragons. She made Tyrion Lannister as her “Hand of the Queen”.

Lord Varys successfully forged a “Fire & Blood” alliance with House Martell and House Tyrell. She reached Dragonstone and pay her respects to the ancestors.

At the King’s Landing, Jaime finally met Queen Cersei and told her that they are fighting a losing battle as they don’t have stronger and better allies to win the war.

But Cersei had already sent an invitation to Euron Greyjoy (Lord of Iron Islands) who offered 1000 ships and battle-ready men in exchange for Queen’s hand in marriage. Cersei refused his proposal but he said he will come back with a gift to prove his loyalty.

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Amidst all this, you will realize that Cersei Lannister still has no clue whatsoever about the people behind the assassination of King Joffrey (Lannister) at the “purple wedding”. She still thinks it was Tyrion and that “murderous whore” Sansa Stark responsible for his death which was actually orchestrated by Lady Olenna (Grand Mother of Margery Tyrell) and Little finger (Who indirectly controls the Vale).

When & How will she ever know the truth of Jeffery’s death? Comment.

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