"Game of Thrones" season 7 episode 6 just dropped and it is heartbreaking. The events that unfolded beyond the wall had a lot of fans screaming for their favorite character’s life. The journey to retrieve a white walker was full of battles, and Jon Snow’s (Kit Harrington) army saw themselves dwindle while fighting for their lives. Aside from the men, the battles also killed one of Daenerys’ (Emilia Clarke) children Viserion, which made her resolve clear in fighting the threat that is the Night King.

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With the crew having secured their proof of the White Walkers in the North, they are finally prepared to show everybody that the enemy is real. "Game of Thrones" season 7 finale gears up a grand meeting with all the key players in the seven kingdoms. Will everybody finally join hands to fight the Night King’s army?

The armies are ready

Season 7’s finale is looking sick as HBO gives us a peek of what will be going down in King’s Landing's next episode. The first scene of the trailer shows us Greyworm, (Jacob Anderson).

After many episodes, we finally see him again joining the ranks. He stands together with the rest of the unsullied as they look ahead.

The scene shifts to King’s Landing and pans over the sea overlooking Euron’s armada waiting for the arrival of Daenerys' ships. Here we could see a focus of Tyrion,(Peter Dinklage) Varys,(Conleth Hill) and Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) onboard one of the ships looking at the view as they approach the Armada and the castle of King's Landing.

After this, we shift back to the unsullied who is joined by the Dothraki as they march in between them. From the video, Daenerys' army seems to be prepared for the worst.

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A meeting to decide the war

The most important part of the trailer is the culmination of Jon’s quest in the North, the grand meeting between Cersei Lannister, (Lena Headey) Jon Snow, and Daenerys Targaryen. However, as the camera pans out to these players, it wasn’t Daenerys who was shown to represent the Targaryens in the meeting. Rather than the Mother of Dragon’s it seems that Tyrion will be attending it on her behalf. Are we really not going to see her sit down in one of the most important scenes of the season?

A lot of questions are still hanging from episode 6.

There are still Arya (Maisie Williams) and Sansa’s (Sophie Turner) conflict in Winterfell, Viserion’s fate in the hands of the Night King, and many others. With episode 7 fast approaching, fans of the series can only hope that "Game of Thrones" season 7 finale delivers an episode that will give us a good conclusion to season 7.