Title For Season 7 Finale Of ‘Game of Thrones’ Revealed And It’s What We’ve All Been Waiting For

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Spoilers ahead. The title for the Season 7 finale of “Game of Thrones” has been revealed and it is the most anticipated title in the show’s history. Watchers On The Wall reported that Sky Atlantic, a UK TV network which airs “Game of Thrones,” unveiled the title for Episode 7 of Season 7 and it is “The Dragon and the Wolf.”


So the million-dollar question is: Which dragon and which wolf? Is it Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow?


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Jon Snow is not considered a Stark, but he is known as the White Wolf.


Or are we FINALLY getting the confirmation of the R+L=J theory? Will we get the entire story of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark? Maybe in a Bran flashback? In Episode 5, Gilly made the discovery that Rhaegar got an annulment and remarried someone else in a secret ceremony in Dorne.


What if it means Drogon meeting Jon’s direwolf Ghost and they develop an instant bond where they gleefully play and frolic in a field for 80 minutes? I’d still watch.


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