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delivered as many fresh questions as big pay-offs - and not just, \'How the hell did Arya survive the Waif\'s attack?\'.
Here are the five biggest still left to be answered after \'No One\' - and be warned, spoilers lurk below...
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Both of the Clegane brothers have doubtless racked up a hefty list of enemies over the years, what with their tendency to murder people on a whim, but if you ask either, the chances are they\'d each name the other brother as their most hated foe.
For Sandor\'s part, it\'s probably fair enough, given it was his brother Gregor that intentionally shoved his head into the flames, scarring him for life. Christmas at the Clegane homestead must have been a laugh, eh?
With both brothers (sort of) coming back from the dead, a long-awaited showdown between the pair suddenly seems possible again! But with the Hound potentially now joining up with the Brotherhood to head North, and the zombie Mountain firmly entrenched at Cersei\'s side at King\'s Landing, is the show really going to rob us of the spectacle?
If The Hound is ever to achieve peace and leave this life behind, it surely won\'t be until he\'s put his brother down. Clegane vs Clegane, Hound vs Mountain, sort-of-good-brother vs definitely-bad-brother. Don\'t rob us of this,
2. How will Daenerys deal with the Slavers\' Fleet?
Daenerys has finally made it back to Meereen, and not a moment too soon, what with the Masters of Slavers Bay rocking up with an impressive looking naval fleet to lay siege to the city. There a few potential ways for this predicament to play out...
Dany might not know it, but the Greyjoy fleet is also on its way to Meereen, and while the series has never depicted a naval battle before, it might be fun to get a demonstration of why the Iron Islanders are allegedly so feared as a seafaring people.
Of course, if she\'s not content to sit back, Dany could always set her dragons on the fleet and burn it to ashes right there in the bay. The ships may be formidable, but they\'re also made of wood. Perhaps not the best weapons to use against the Mother of
But while that might make for some spectacular visuals for us, it might be the best idea for Dany to waste such an inviting looking fleet, when that\'s exactly what she needs right now.
Dany has a habit of turning armies that are set upon her to her own cause, so why not try again? The assumption was that she\'d utilise the Greyjoy fleet to reach Westeros, but even that may not be large enough. Adding the Slavers ships to the tally? Now we\'re cooking.
Poor old Cersei Lannister continues to be outmanoeuvred by the High Sparrow at every juncture, and now even her own son has thrown her under the bus by outlawing trial by combat and thus negating the presence of the zombie Mountain as her inevitable victor. But there was a glimmer of hope – Qyburn has uncovered something that might just help her, but what could it be?
Given that we\'ve seen glimpses of it in Bran\'s visions, could it be that Qyburn has uncovered a hidden cache of wildfire hidden under the city? That was, after all, Mad King Aerys\' plan – to bury it all over King\'s Landing and then burn the city to the ground, civilians and all.
If Cersei – who on several occasions has threatened to turn cities to ashes to protect her family – threatens a similar end (whether she\'d go through with it or not), it would be a delicious instance of history repeating itself.
Of course, the last time it happened, Jaime Lannister had to betray a person he was devoted to and cut them down with his sword for the greater good. Now wouldn\'t
OK, so The Blackfish isn\'t the most significant character on the show, but rules are rules, and the biggest one in Game of Thrones is if you don\'t see them die, then you cannot trust that they\'re dead (just ask the Hound).
The Lannister men that reported his demise to Jaime seemed fairly certain, but who knows what tricks the wily old Tully had up his sleeve? Perhaps Brienne\'s words eventually had an effect, and he was compelled to survive, in the hope of lending aid to his niece\'s family in the North?
Okay, so skipping Brynden\'s death was probably just the show saving money for the big battle to come next week, but
Plenty of plot elements that it looked like the series was skipping over have actually come to pass at later dates, as the writers shuffle aspects of the books\' story around to suit the needs of a TV series.
And so, while Lady Stoneheart (that\'s a resurrected and very pissed off Catelyn Stark, for those who don\'t know)
have been on the show seasons ago, directly after the Red Wedding, there\'s no reason that she can\'t still show up.
In the books she\'s brought back to life when Beric stumbles upon her corpse and sacrifices his own life in order to resurrect her. As such, Beric\'s presence at the end of No One might suggest that this removes any likelihood of seeing Lady Stoneheart.
But why? The show has tweaked things before, and characters who have died in the show yet live in the books, so there\'s no reason they couldn\'t do the opposite here and find another way to resurrect Cat. Maybe Thoros is just that much more powerful in the series?
The fact that the episode was so heavy on referencing Catelyn, and had the Brotherhood turn up at the end, seems like far too much of a coincidence. The showrunners are adamant that Lady Stoneheart isn\'t happening. But then, they said that about Jon Snow…
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