"Watchers on the Wall" recently reported some very interesting information about "Game of Thrones" Season 8, and finally we can tell you something about the most-awaited last season of the HBO's show. Be careful: potential spoilers will follow!

Dragonglass spears, ladies, and gentlemen

According to what reported by "Watchers on the Wall," the Unsullied have been filming in Toome recently, a location which is very close to the Winterfell set. Apparently, Daenerys Targaryen's forces are now ready to engage with White Walkers in close combat: every soldier wielded a dragonglass-tipped spear, according to the sources.

Looks like we are heading for a huge Unsullied-White Walkers battle! Thanks to Samwell Tarly (who discovered the dragonglass mine in Dragonstone), to Jon Snow (who convinced Daenerys to mine the dragonglass and forge it into weapons) and to the Dragon Queen herself, the realm of men is not defenseless anymore.

If the Night's King wants to destroy the Seven Kingdoms, he will have to fight against thousands of trained and well-equipped soldiers first; he will have to fight against a few, capable leaders, and two dragons. It's way too easy to predict that the battle between the dead and the living is going to be epic!

The battle outside Winterfell

Set photos confirm that we're probably going to see a battle taking place very close to Winterfell.

This may confirm what many fans already speculated: the first, great battle with the White Walkers will take place at the Starks' castle (which is Westeros' most important northern stronghold). You can see wooden barricades in the picture below (which is from the Titanic Studios in Belfast).

The mysterious city

Other interesting details emerged from a few set photos from Oakleaf Photography.

Check out the pictures below:

If you look carefully you can notice that a wall it's supposed to be in ruin.

Moreover, according to what Luka Nieto recently wrote on "Watchers on the Wall", this appears to be southern architecture. Is this a ruin we never saw before? Is this a recently destroyed piece of town? Or is it just a set that is going to be finished by CGI? It's hard to say. Our best guess, at the moment, is that the set will be used to film some scenes in a new section of King's Landing.

Although the air date of "Game of Thrones" season 8 is still unknown, the next season of the TV series will probably premiere between Autumn 2018 and Spring 2019.