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Game Of Thrones final season teaser shows Arya Stark's awed reaction as she sees a dragon for the first time.

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Arya Stark
Arya Stark
HBO debuted a new trailer teasing all of their new and returning shows that will be featured in 2019, which includes new footage of Game of Thrones' final season.

 While there is only seven seconds of new footage from Game of Thrones Season 8, it offers a new glimpse at Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) and one of Daenerys Targaryen's (Emilia Clarke) two remaining dragons.

 The footage begins with a group of Unsullied warriors marching through The North (presumably in or near Winterfell) when the dragon flies in overhead.

Unsullied and a dragon
Unsullied and a dragon
Arya Stark
Arya: While there is only seven seconds of new footage from Game of Thrones Season 8, it offers a new glimpse at Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) 
Arya Stark is seen looking to the skies in awe, presumably at the dragon, as she starts smiling at what she sees.

 The footage begins with a group of Unsullied warriors marching through The North (presumably in or near Winterfell) when the dragon flies in overhead Arya Stark is seen looking to the skies in awe, most likely at the dragon, as she starts smiling at what she sees.

 There are also a number of random townsfolk seen rushing away in the other direction The final moments of the trailer reveal a number of quick-cut shots from Season 7, including one of The Night King getting ready to hurl his mystical ice spear.

 It was this throw that killed the dragon Viserion, who The Night King brought back to life.

 There are also brief shots of Daenerys flying the dragon just before he was taken down, and brief shots of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Tormund Giantsbane (Kristofer Hivju).
Night King
Night King
The trailer ends with one of the final shots of Season 7, with The Wall at Eastwatch crumbling to the ground, allowing The Night King's undead army to enter Westeros.

 Over the footage is a title card that reads, 'It all starts here' as The Wall continues to fall, setting the stage for an epic final season.
The wall
The Wall
 The brief shot of Tormund Giantsbane could be another hint that this character will return, since his fate was left hanging in the air at the end of Season 7. The trailer ends with one of the final shots of Season 7, with The Wall at Eastwatch crumbling to the ground, allowing The Night King's undead army to enter Westeros Over the footage is a title card that reads, 'It all starts here' as The Wall continues to fall, setting the stage for an epic final season Both Tormund and Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer) were at Eastwatch when The Night King destroyed The Wall, and it was never confirmed if they made it out alive.
Wall crumbling
Wall crumbling 
There was a report from Watchers On the Wall last week featured a cast list that seemingly confirmed both Tormund and Beric will be back. The six-episode final season of Game of Thrones debuts Sunday, April 14 at 9 PM ET on HBO. 

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