The seventh season of HBO’s most watched series, “Game of Thrones,” has already reached its midpoint. Fans of the show would agree that every new episode aired is even better than the last one as the story becomes more and more engaging.

It is quite sad to think that we only have three episodes left in the season. With that in mind, here are a few interesting facts you probably didn’t know about the hit TV series to satisfy your “Game of Thrones” fix as compiled by Looper.

Where the 'Red Wedding' episode got its inspiration

During the third season of “Game of Thrones,” the infamous “Red Wedding” took place, where a night of celebration ended with the massacre of house Stark.

Apparently, George R.R. Martin, the author of the book “A Song of Ice and Fire,” where the show was based upon, took inspiration from real life Scottish history and adapted it into his novels.

The king of Scotland, James II, has invited Earl of Douglas and his brother to a feast in 1440. The brothers were dragged outside by the King’s advisors and beheaded them both. The real life incident is now known as “The Black Dinner.”

In addition, the episode where King Jeoffrey was poisoned during a wedding in “Game of Thrones” is also based on an actual incident. In 1153, Prince Eustace of England was also poisoned during a similar celebration.

Catelyn Stark should have turned into Lady Stoneheart

Speaking of the “Red Wedding,” this episode should not have been the last time we ever see Lady Stark.

In the books, Catelyn Stark’s body was thrown into the river after being killed by the Freys. Lady Stark’s body has been in the water for three days before Beric Dondarrion and the Brotherhood have recovered her.

Beric ordered Thoros of Myr to revive her lifeless body, which Thoros refused and explained that the body was dead for too long to be revived.

Beric performed the ritual himself to give life to Lady Stark but this ultimately leads to his death.

Lady Stark has risen from the dead and became Lady Stoneheart. However, she now has brittle and white hair, grey skin and her face full of wounds and scars. She also couldn’t speak because she had a slit throat.

Lady Stoneheart became the leader of the Brotherhood and contemplated revenge against the Freys and the Lannisters.

Sophie Turner adopted Lady

In the TV show, Prince Jeoffrey was attacked by Arya’s direwolf Nymeria. This leads to Jeoffrey giving orders to have the direwolf killed. However, Nymeria was able to escape and couldn’t be found. Queen Cersei instead ordered to have Lady killed in place of Nymeria.

Sophie Turner, the actress who plays Sansa Stark, has bonded with the animal and adopted the dog after its role was over in “Game of Thrones.”