"Game of Thrones" had its Season 7 premiere on Sunday. And even though the episode didn't feature any major battles, we did get a taste of what's to come with so many foreshadowing moments scattered throughout the whole episode. And with so many different storylines to follow in this season, it's easy to lose track of some important characters.

Fortunately enough, "Game of Thrones" Season 7 premiere set things in motion for almost every character that matters on the show. That's how we get the return of Jorah Mormont whom we haven't seen in a while.

It has been since Daenerys Targaryen commanded him to find the cure for his greyscale back in season 6 episode 5. However, in his quest to do just that, he got himself locked up in the cell at the Citadel. It wasn't until Samwell Tarly came closer to his cell that we got to see how bad his greyscale is. Just by the mere look of his arm, we can conclude that he didn't come even close to finding a cure. Soon after, the scene finished with Jorah asking Sam if Daenerys came to Westeros yet.

Also, we got to see Jorah briefly in the latest "Game of Thrones" trailer, looking better than we initially thought. With Jorah Mormont's reappearance in the show, we can't help but wonder what the future has in store for him.

So let's delve into some theories regarding Jorah's fate.

Sam is going to help Jorah cure his greyscale

As of right now, most "Game of Thrones" fans are aware of the fact that the book Sam was reading in the season 7 premiere contains some information about the greyscale. Thanks to the eagle-eyed fans who spotted a few sentences in that book, we now know that dragon glass can be a cure for greyscale.

Samwell will certainly get to know Jorah more in the upcoming episodes. And when he finds out that Jorah is the son of Jeor Mormont, former Lord Commander of the Night's Watch who was murdered by his fellow night's watchmen back in season 3, he will do his best to help him. Once they find a cure, Jorah will probably go straight to Dragonstone to join Dany's cause once again.

The disease could spread all over Westeros

Even though Jorah might find the cure, there is a high chance that the disease could still spread. Greyscale is highly contagious, and Jorah Mormont might have touched someone by accident on his way to the Citadel. If this theory is correct, the whole continent is in danger, and the people of Westeros will have yet another problem to worry about other than upcoming war for the iron throne and the army of the dead.