"Game of Thrones" can easily be labeled as one complex TV production. Its faux-medieval feature has been a critical part of its success. That pre-industrial era-like society makes things interesting for people to watch.

For "Game of Thrones," the pieces are in place, preparing for those big, decisive battles yet to come. Season 8 will certainly answer a lot of questions that have been forming over the last few years of the show. Can HBO fulfill the promises that the program has made with its viewers through those first seven seasons?

There will be winner even though it's hard to anticipate which side will prevail

As Season 7 reached its end, some points became clearer. Although initially, she seemed to be aware of the danger the Night King presents, Cersei Lannister unveiled her true intentions. Her one goal is that she seeks total control of Westeros. She seems to have no second thoughts when it comes to sacrificing a huge number of lives in order to follow through with her power-induced madness.

The so-called, "Good Side," put Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow on the same team. The rightful heir to the Iron Throne at the moment, Daenerys is not unaware of the tremendous rift-sized crack Jon Snow's true identity could produce.

That's something yet to be cleared up, but it would probably bring more unwanted tension to the freshly forged alliance.

The Night King and that huge Army of the Dead represent the crushing force which seeks to bring death and destruction to the living. This is a narrative thread that has taken place during last few seasons and almost completely parallels the main story.

The reanimated dead dragon is the cherry on top of the situation.

Death should be part of any endgame scenario

Fighting against the dead, literally, will bring in more death and "Game of Thrones" Season 8 is probably brewing up some unexpected expiration dates. As with any good story, the main characters of the narration, especially those with a positive light shined upon them, are most likely to end up getting caught right in the middle of a flurry of death-like scenarios.

Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow will play an important role in most of the upcoming scenes. But, there are others too. Tyrion Lannister or his brother Jaime could also become the subject of a potentially violent death. Arya Stark and her sister Sansa might also be involved.

At this stage, it's quite difficult to predict how the closing scene will look like unless you are Kit Harrington and you have already read through the Season 8 script.