"Game of Thrones" Season 7 Episode 2 aired on Sunday, so let's explain everything that happened. After a little bit of a slow start, the show had in Season 7 premiere, "Stormborn" did a fantastic job at providing us a perfect combination of epic battle moments and a nice set up for the wars to come. Also, this episode gave us two reunions and some first-time encounters. So without further ado let's jump straight into every scene of this epic episode and try to figure out what it all means for the future of our story.


The scene opens up with a storm which is, as we quickly realized, a subtle nod to the night Daenerys was born.

Then, the queen confronts Varys demanding some answers as he was the one who sold her to the Dothraki in a first place. Not to mention the fact that he had a hand in her murder attempt as King Robert's Master of Whisperers. After failing to compliment his way out of this situation, he concluded that the best way to respond is with honesty telling her that he cares about ordinary people.

Next, we saw the first-time encounter between Daenerys and Melisandre, who is once again back to her confident self. She tells Daenerys that she has a major role to play, and so does Jon Snow. And we realize that the prophetic figure Prince That Was Promised might be a princess as well.

Finally, on the war council, Daenerys accepts Tyrion's plan for conquering Westeros.

The Greyjoys, the Dornish, and the Tyrels will lay siege on King's Landing while the Unsullied army will attack the Casterly Rock, the ancestral seat of House Lannister.

The North

In the North, Jon Snow receives two letters, one from Tyrion summoning him to Dragonstone and one from Sam who informs him that there is the mountain of dragon glass beneath Dragonstone.

Then, the King in the North tells his lords that he will go to Dragonstone to meet with the Dragon Queen, much to the displeasure of pretty much anyone in the room. Sansa is yet again undermining Jon's decision reminding him of their grandfather's faith when he met with a Targaryen king. Eventually, Jon decides to go anyway, leaving Sansa in charge of the North.

Next, we see Jon down in the Crypts of Winterfell in front of the statue of Ned Stark when Littlefinger arrived telling him that he loves Sansa which angered Jon so much that he pushed Littlefinger against the wall in a similar fashion Ned did back in season 1.

The South

In the Citadel, Samwell Tarly decides to break the rules once again by performing the forbidden treatment to cure Jorah Mormont's greyscale. In King's Landing Qyburn revealed the secret weapon against dragons to Cersei, while Jaime is trying to convince Randyll Tarly to fight for their cause.

The Riverlands

At the Inn of the Crossroads, Arya meets her old friend Hot Pie who informs her that the Starks are back at Winterfell which resulted in her decision to go home instead of King's Landing.

In the next scene, Arya is surrounded by the pack of wolves, and this is when she reunites with her long-lost dire wolf Nymeria. However, the dire wolf refuses to go to Winterfell with Arya.

The Sea Battle

In one of the most epic battles in "Game of Thrones" history, Euron Greyjoy attacks the Dornish ships killing two Sand Snakes in the process. Eventually, his men capture Ellaria and Tyene Sand while he captures his niece, Yara. Euron then challenges Theon to try to rescue his sister, but Theon is unable to do so and jumps into the water instead.