Game of Thrones has its fair share of different villains through its entire seasons. From King Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson) to Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon), it looks like fans already met the worst antagonist in the television series.

However, with the coming of Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk) in “Game of Thrones” Season 7, viewers are about to see that the two mentioned antagonists are not really that bad at all. The evilness of the King of Salt and Rock will be the worst of them all as he appears in the show’s seventh season.

The evil character Asbæk is aiming

To recall, Euron Greyjoy has murdered his own brother, Balon, in “Game of Thrones” Season 6. He then proclaimed himself as the king of the Iron Islands, seating on the Salt Throne.

In an interview with Empire Magazine, Pilou Asbæk talked about his character and how evil he will become in “Game of Thrones” Season 7. The 35-year-old actor narrated that the psychos he had encountered before had multiple personalities that he has adapted. Hence, in every scene he has to do to his character, he is showing the new attitude that he has learned.

He displays different sides of himself. In one scene he wants to be charming. In another, he wants to be a molester while in others, he wants to kill.

“He really wants to reflect the changeable,” the Danish actor said.

In the show’s new installment, he is about to reveal the “dangerous nature of the character.” The “Borgen” star is giving himself a “pretty villainous” role that he is aiming for. With that, he teased that the misfortunes Ramsay Bolton had done before will look like made by a little kid.

Jon Snow’s alleged real name

Moreover, as the theory R+L=J has been confirmed in the show’s previous season, another assumption is swirling about Jon Snow’s (Kit Harington) real identity.

Surely, he is Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark’s child. However, it is now a question what is the real name of the King in the North? In a scene where Lyanna was seen whispering something into the ear of her brother Ned Stark (Sean Bean), some assumed that he whispered his son’s name.

Although the words can’t be heard, the eagle-eye, lip-reader fans interpreted it to be Jaeharys. This is said to be chosen to honor his Targaryen root. This theory is even supported by an excerpt seen in Empire Magazine, confirming that Jon Snow’s real name is Jaeharys Targaryen.

However, fans should only take this assumption with a grain of salt as nothing is confirmed yet. Also, the excerpt is said to be originally from Reddit. The magazine’s contributor Dan Jolin also cleared that Jon Snow’s real name is not yet confirmed and the report is just based on an avid fan named Claire Williams' theory.

"Game of Thrones" Season 7 is set to be released on July 16 on HBO.