"Game of Thrones" season 7 returns this Sunday with episode 3, The Queen’s Justice, and one plot that fans are surely looking forward to finding out is the fate of Euron Greyjoy’s hostages or “gifts.” In the teaser, we saw a triumphant return of the Silence’s captain being loudly cheered by the citizens of King’s Landing.

Queen Cersei Lannister, definitely, will be delighted and we can only imagine what she will do with the three women captives, Yara, Tyene, and Ellaria.

Ellaria Sand is likely to receive the brunt of Cersei's cruelty as the Queen avenges the deceitful murder of Princess Myrcella, who died after given a poisoned kiss by Ellaria herself.

"Myrcella was innocent," her uncle, Tyrion Lannister told Ellaria at Dragonstone. “She was a Lannister, there are no innocent Lannisters," Ellaria retorted.

Now that the mother and daughter who perpetrated the murder of the princess are gifted to Cersei, her cold rage and thirst for revenge against the Lannister’s enemies are to be displayed in full regalia.

Queen Cersei Lannister’s revenge

We got to see Cersei’s penchant for cruel and cold-blooded revenge when she left Septa Unella as helpless prey to the horrible Ser Gregor Clegane aka the Mountain, at the end of "Game of Thrones" last season.

Though it would be a stretch to expect to see the Septa this season, we can safely imagine that she may still be alive but suffering from a slow and agonizing death at the hands of the Mountain as what Cersei intended the Septa to experience before leaving and uttering “shame.”

Ellaria and Tyene Sand could suffer the fate of Elia Martell

So what will the Queen’s Justice be for Ellaria and Tyene Sand?

The most popular "Game of Thrones" theory is that the two will suffer the same way Elia Martell suffered from the brutal cruelty of the Mountain.

Prince Oberyn’s sister along with her children, horribly experienced the extent of Gregor Clegane’s ruthlessness during the Sack of King’s Landing, as he mercilessly murdered Rhaegar Targaryen’s children and then raped Elia Martell before murdering her by crushing her head.

Cersei Lannister could order the Mountain to let Ellaria and Tyene Sand experience what the late Dornish princess horribly gone through before her death. Maybe this time, she adds some personal touch of her own to make the revenge even sweeter than the famed Dornish wines.

Like Elia and Oberyn, Ellaria and Tyene may suffer the same skull-crushing death from the hands of the Mountain.

Yara Greyjoy’s fate

Yara Greyjoy is relatively luckier than her two fellow hostages for she may dodge the Queen’s justice and the Mountain given that Cersei has no personal grudge against her.

But I think her fleeting luck may suddenly turn into an even greater misfortune as she may possibly be handed over to her mad and murderous uncle Euron, who she never kissed since they met while he was madly sacking Yara’s fleet.

Unlike the Sands, we totally have no idea how horribly she will suffer but we are expecting that she will.