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Emilia Clarke Said The Next Battle In 'Game Of Thrones' Will Be Even Bigger Than Winterfell

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Major Game of Thrones spoilers ahead! Run to your nearest TV/laptop/phone so you can stop avoiding all social media!

It's been two years since the world was blessed with a new season of Game of Thrones, and the wait was truly, truly worth it based on all the reunions we've been waiting so many years to see (Gendry + Arya 5ever) and the insane battles the cast and crew filmed. According to Emilia Clarke, one of the last few episodes will be even bigger than the Battle of Winterfell, which I didn't even realize was humanly possible.

If you still haven't seen last week's GoT episode, 1) please go watch it ASAP so you don't have to live in fear of spoilers anymore, and 2) know that the battle was the LARGEST AND LONGEST IN TELEVISION HISTORY. Yes, the all caps are absolutely necessary because the fight was that monumental. It took a full 55 days and 750 people to create the most stressful battle sequence that ended in Arya besting the Night King, but Emilia said that's child's play compared to what's to come.

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Talking to Jimmy Kimmel, Emilia said, "Episode five is bigger. Episode five is—I mean, four and five and six, they're all insane, but like… Find the biggest TV you can." Oh boy.

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It looks like the fourth episode could be a transition one, just like the first two of this season, and will bring our fave characters in the north down to King's Landing to fight Cersei Lannister and Euron Greyjoy. That means we'll likely get the big showdown between everyone in the North and Cersei in the fifth episode. Since Daenerys Targaryen's army was nearly wiped out from that last fight (RIP to the Dothraki), it's hard to imagine how big this next one can truly be. However, Dany also has dragons and Cersei is off her rocker, so it'll be a show!

Consider this your warning to get your TV brightness in order so you can actually see everything that goes down. 

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