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'Game of Thrones' Finale: What Will Happen? (Video)

Dragons return, Jon is in big trouble and Tyrion is still alive (for now).

Sunday's Game of Thrones finale is being hyped as the series' biggest episode ever, and while it's squarely spoiler-free, the trailer for the episode does reveal some clues.

1. Dragons return

We're not sure what they will be up to, but it's always a safe bet to end the season with a little dragon fire.

Bran makes it to that tree

After a season of wandering beyond The Wall, Bran and his gang of children (plus Hodor) will reach the tree the young Stark has been having visions of. The big question: Will the three-eyed raven be there? If so, what will it have to say?

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Cerei has words with Tywin

Cersei should be in a good mood. Tyrion has lost his trial by combat and will be executed—yet she is still having issues with her father. The quote in the trailer doesn't really track, so we're wondering if it was edited and will be different in the final product: "How can someone so consumed by the idea of his family have any conception what his actual family was doing?" Either way, it doesn't sound nice.

Tyrion is still alive … for now

The fan-favorite character faces long odds for survival after champion Oberyn's skull got caved in two weeks ago. We'll see if he can get out of this season alive.

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Jon makes it to Mance

Jon Snow is on a mission to end the Wilding attack by killing Mance Rayder, and it looks like he's failed. "We'll kill every last man at Castle Black," Mance tells him. Things do not look good for Jon and his Black Brothers. Not at all.

Will Arya reunite with Sansa?

We're hoping for a Stark family reunion Someone, just let Arya and the Hound into the Eyrie, please.

What do you think will happen? Sound off in the comments, and stay tuned to THR.com/GoT after the finale for interviews with the showrunners, cast and more.