"Enemies from the east. Enemies from the west. Enemies from the south. Enemies from the north." So goes Cersei Lannister's monologue as she assesses the Lannister hold on the Iron Throne, in the latest trailer for "Game of Thrones" Season 7. Being that this is one of the most-watched TV shows in the world, trailers for the new season [VIDEO]will always be subject to over-analysis and a whole lot of theorizing.

And that's a good thing because for one, we'll have an idea of what anticipate [VIDEO]in the coming season. For instance, a response video from Cracked tells us what the popular comedy website's folks think about the new trailer.

They have interesting theories, to say the least, and fairly reasonable within what the snippets of scenes have to show.

So, what's in store for us in 'Game of Thrones' season 7?

First off, as the "last of the Lannisters" say, King's Landing will be besieged by forces from... well, just about everywhere. However, Cracked admitted that they have no immediate idea who the "enemies from the North" are. The obvious ones would be the Starks of Winterfell, but it would be assumed that they are too weakened to mount a decent attack. Another possibility is that maybe Cersei is referring to the White-Walkers, if only the folks from King's Landing aren't so oblivious to this very real threat.

Of course, we also see Daenerys Targaryen arriving at Dragonstone, with her horde of Dothraki warriors, Unsullied, and her beloved dragons! Barring White-Walkers, Daenerys represents the biggest threat to the current Lannister oligarchy that resides in the capital.

Surprisingly, we also see the Red Priestess Melissandre at Dragonstone, living alone after she was exiled from Jon Snow's camp. There's a great possibility that the Red Priestess and the Mother of Dragons would meet — will we see a tandem of powerful women teaming up to reclaim rule of Westeros, or will Melissandre actually prove a hindrance to the Stormborn's plans?

Arya and Gendry, back in the mainland?

Arya Stark is back at Winterfell! Or so the trailer would like to have us believe. After her ordeals with the Many-Faced God, the little lady sure levelled-up and now has more than a few tricks up her sleeve. She could be an unstoppable killing machine — that is, if past events from Braavos do not catch up to her and kill her first.

Speaking of Arya, could her first ever best friend, Gendry, be back? Cracked mentions that a warrior wielding a war hammer was seen in the trailer. As far as they can remember, the war hammer was the signature weapon of Gendry's father, Robert Baratheon, late king of Westeros. What stories could he tell after his not-so-gracious escape from Dragonstone with a boat?

For sure, fans have as many theories as we or any other website do, all the while thanking HBO for putting out such a meaty trailer.

"Game of Thrones" season 7 will start airing on July 16, 2017, on HBO.