With just a few weeks to go until the beginning of the end, a new Game of Thrones trailer is giving fans the most detailed glimpse into the final season yet.
HBO and Sky Atlantic have released the latest clip, giving hints at what is to come in Westeros.
There is snow, suggesting that after seven seasons, winter is finally here. There are dragons. Favourites Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen, played by Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke, can be seen riding to battle together.
In season seven, it was revealed that Jon is actually Aegon Targaryen - meaning he is not only related to Daenerys, but is also the true heir to the Iron Throne she craves.
Neither of them know this secret yet, so how the discovery plays out is expected to be a central plot in the final season.
Does the trailer mean the romance between the characters is set to continue?
Sorry, they're not giving away that much. This is Game of Thrones we're talking about, and HBO are keeping it all very close to their chests.
But we do see Arya Stark running, with talk of facing death. The clip hints she could be using the skills she learned in the Hall Of Faces in Braavos.
"I know death," we hear her say. "He's got many faces. I look forward to seeing this one."
It also looks like the Golden Company is set to arrive by ship to King's Landing, and Sansa Stark is pictured with dragons for the first time.
And the trailer also shows what looks like a tearful Cersei Lannister.
A big development in the previous season was her beloved brother (and lover) Jaime choosing to leave her, and it is presumed he is off to help Jon and Daenerys defeat the White Walkers.
The new trailer is one of several released by HBO already this year, but goes into more detail than any of the others before it.
Fans will remember the previous series ending with the Night King bringing down part of The Wall with the help of a dragon breathing blue fire, before White Walkers were seen stomping through its gap and heading south.
The first episode of the final season of six episodes will air in the UK on 15 April.