Despite the fact that "Game of Thrones" Season 7 just had its premiere on Sunday, there are already a number of big clues for what we can expect. When talking about these clues, it's hard not to mention the vision Bran Stark had in the first scene after the opening credits. In this vision, Bran saw the army of the dead emerging from an ice storm. He saw the Night King at the head of the army along with some other White Walkers and what seems to be hundreds, if not thousands of wights. Like things were not already bad enough, there were also blue-eyed giants in this army - at least 3 of them.

But, however terrifying this scene might seem to be, there is more to it than meets the eye.

Analyzing the scene

From the moment Bran woke up we immediately assumed that he just saw the army of the dead marching towards the Wall but we are ahead of ourselves. So let's dive further into this scene and try to figure out what this vision actually represents.

It's no secret that Bran's power became much stronger since he became the new Three-eyed Raven. We already knew that he could see the past, but ever since he barely got out alive from the Three-eyed Raven's cave at the end of "The Door" episode last season, he is able to see the future as well. This is proved by the fact that he saw the stashes of wildfire exploding before it even happened.

Having said that it stands the reason to believe that the scene we are talking about is actually the vision of the future. Furthermore, this blue-eyed giant we saw could very well be our beloved Wun Wun. It can't be far from the truth since giant from the vision had only one eye and we all know how Ramsey Bolton hit Wun Wun in the eye just before he died at the Winterfell gates.

This further implies that the army of the dead is actually south of the Wall in Bran's vision.

How is this possible?

There is one small detail in this scene that supports this claim. According to Vanity Fair, if you look closely, the dead are marching on what looks like green grass that turns to snow as they cross it. Given the fact how complicated Bran's visions are and that you never know what he sees, it stands the reason to believe that this time he is actually seeing the future

If this claim turns out to be true it could fit quite nicely into what Jon said last season: "The true enemy won't wait out the storm. He brings the storm." This claim hasn't been officially confirmed by anyone but below is the clip from "Game of Thrones" season 7 premiere so you can see it for yourself.