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It's hard to believe that we've made it through most of the second season of Game of Thrones. Season 2 of the fantastic fantasy drama series draws to a close next Sunday night with Valar Morgulis." Given last night's explosive (in the green fiery sense of the word) episode, it should be interesting to see how next week's episode closes out the season.

Last night's "Blackwater" focused entirely on the battle at King's Landing. From the preview we have for "Valar Morgulis," it looks like we'll be checking in with the rest of the characters across Westeros to see where things are as the season wraps up. That includes Daenerys, who is still short three dragons, and Jon Snow, who's fate lies in the hands of the wildlings right now…



So it seems Joffrey will be declaring Lord Tywin the savior. No love for Tyrion? Last we saw of him, he wasn't looking so good, but I'm thinking he may only be "mostly" dead. I refuse to believe he's actually dead, and I predict that he won't get nearly as much credit as he deserves for his contributions to the battle.

The preview also gives us a look at Starks, including Jon Snow, who may be making a break for it, and Robb, who looks ready for battle.

Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET on HBO.

Read our full breakdown of "Blackwater" here.
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