As we all know, the Night King will go for a more logical way. They are also excited to see who will win and who will die.
The White Walkers are very close to Winterfell, but where is their leader? And one of the most concerning theories for fans of, well, THE LIVING - is this Game Of Thrones crypt theory. It's the middle of the night and the camera zooms out from the castle. The end game of GoT adds up to a solid 320 minutes, with next week's episode clocking in at an intense 1 hour and 23 minutes long. Will the Night King be able to control them just like he controls the other wights, or is there some sort of ancient Stark magic that protects them? While they are fighting, the Night King will be turning the population of King's Landing into wights.
"All episode they keep repeating and emphasising how safe it was in the crypt, but its GOTand we can not have nice things".
Reddit user qp0n thinks that the "Night King is not stupid", and posted his theory before episode 2 aired. We know he was created by the Children of the Forest and has a particular fondness for circular patterns, but what are his real plans and motives? From the teaser of the third episode, which will be out next week, we gather that the Great War will be in full swing. Many concluded that he must be riding Viserion the dragon.
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Instead, he will ride along with his dragon to King's Landing first and destroy everyone there.
In one of the visual, Daenerys scathingly tells Jon, "the dead are already here, ' which could mean that though she may not accept Jon's claim to the throne, she understands the bigger threat at hand was the undead knocking at Winterfell". Digging into Season 8 Episode 2, there's also a wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the shooting of the fireplace scene and subsequent knighting of Brienne of Tarth, with insight from the actors involved and director David Nutter.
And some fans have now suggested that this is because the Night King is actually on his way to King's Landing to take the Iron Throne.