GET TO THE PART WITH THE WHITE WALKERS ALREADY!
We're now two episodes deep into season seven of Game of Thrones and while there's a lot of shite being talked about Iron Thrones and whatnot, ourselves and Jon Snow seem to be the only people who realise it's all pointless because the Zombie Apocalypse is imminent.
How are they going to make their way south? Many maintain that Bran has managed to balls things up when he entered Castle Black and in doing so, unkowningly disarmed it of all its anti-white walker spells and shit but it would seem their path to the south may be a lot more simple.
You may recall that last week when the Hound looked into the flames he saw a vision of the dead marching past where the wall meets the sea. 'There's a castle there,' he then claimed. 'There's a mountain, looks like an arrowhead. The dead are marching past, thousands of them.' Well some eagle-eyed viewers have spotted a small chnage to the title sequence which may tell a much larger story.
If you examine the opening credits from earlier seasons you'll see that the wall spends the neck of Westeros, from coast to coast.
But this season 'Winter is Here' and would appear the sea has frozen over. Dum dum dum!
So given the fact The Wildlings are mostly headed to the very castle the Hound saw in his vision, namely Eastwatch-by-the-Sea, it would seem the scene for the first major battle with the Army of the Dead is set. Now hurry up and get on with it!