Warning: Spoilers ahead!
Cersei opens the trailer by pondering on the many enemies of House Lannister.
Jaime is still by her side, and the trailer gives no indication that he's breaking from team-Cersei.
We also get a glimpse at the Mountain in his new Queensguard armor. The silver shoulder embellishment matches her new gown, while the embossed breastplate is a replica of her crown.
"Enemies to the east," Cersei says. "Enemies to the west. Enemies to the south. enemies to the north."
That's a pretty fancy map rug. But decorative value aside, it looks like Cersei and Jaime are staring at the North and Winterfell. Has the news finally reached them that Jon Snow was crowned a King?
It looks like season seven might pick up right where the season six finale left off — with Jon being crowned King in the North.
Cersei also alludes to Tyrion as we see him standing on a cliffside, watching Daenerys' dragons fly. "We're the last Lannisters," Cersei says. "The last ones who count."
We're worried that Littlefinger will poison Sansa against Jon. "Your father and brothers are gone yet here you stand," he says to her. "The last best hope against the coming storm."
Later in the trailer we saw Jon and Littlefinger in the crypts of Winterfell, in front of Lyanna Stark's tomb. Jon throws Littlefinger against the wall — but why?
Many of us would probably jump at the chance to rough up Littlefinger, but the locale here is the most interesting part. Is Littlefinger revealing information about Lyanna to Jon? Will Jon find out that Lyanna is his real mother, and somehow get upset with Littlefinger in the process?
Either way, we hate the conniving look on Littlefinger's face.
Ser Davos is also heard in the trailer warning against inter-house squabbling: "If we don't put aside our enmities and band together we will die and then it doesn't matter whose skeleton sits on the Iron Throne."
Is he warning Jon and Littlefinger? Or Jon and Daenerys? Jon and Cersei? It's nearly impossible to say, since we're sure all three of those royal camps are going to come into contact this season.
Then there's this interesting shot of Jon and Tormund running. They're both dressed like Wildlings, and it almost looks like they're back beyond the Wall.
Did they decide to take the fight to the Night King?
Is this them circling up, readying for battle?
We see what looks like the portcullis from the massive door leading from Castle Black to the beyond the Wall opening.
At first we thought this meant Bran and Meera were coming south, but maybe it's opening for Jon once again?
Arya also seems to be traveling north to more snow-filled territory.
We see her making camp by herself. This disconcerting camera angle makes us feel like someone (or something) is watching her.
She looks surprised in this shot — perhaps a familiar face will stumble upon Arya? The Hound, perhaps? Melisandre? What if it's her direwolf, Nymeria?
We also see Daenerys Targaryen finally arriving in Westeros.
She's outside the gates of Dragonstone — the old Targaryen stronghold that was occupied by Stannis Baratheon before his death.
The Targaryen sigil is still on the castle walls (as seen above).
Daenerys seems emotional as she touches the sand on the beach of Dragonstone.
"I was born to rule the Seven Kingdoms," she says. "And I will."
It looks like Melisandre listened to Jon Snow and went south — straight to Dragonstone.
She appears to be standing on the castle walls, looking down at the beach ramparts where a group of people are walking.
We also get some epic interior shots of Daenerys on the Dragonstone throne.
And she's making good use of the Westeros-shaped table that Stannis once used, alongside Tyrion.
We believe they are going to attack Casterly Rock — the home of House Lannister.
In this shot you can see the Unsullied storming a castle, and based on the lion-adorned archway and the guard dressed in red, it definitely looks like Casterly Rock.
And this impressive shot of Drogon flying over a battlefield could be the Dothraki attacking the Lannister army.
Speaking of Daenerys' army, check out Grey Worm's awesome new Targaryen armor.
And speaking of Grey Worm, it looks like him and Missandei are finally going to get physical.
They aren't the only couple teased in the trailer. There was also a brief shot of Yara Greyjoy and Ellaria Sand kissing.
Yara was also making out with a girl in the season six trailer, so this seems par for the course.
Are they on this epic dragon ship? We knew Daenerys' fleet had dragon-shaped helms, but seeing the wing attachments is so cool.
Unfortunately, that same ship could be the one being attacked in this next shot.
And Theon appears to be right in the midst of this fiery attack. Our money is on his uncle, Euron, as the perpetrator.
Last but not least, did you spot this creepy zombie-looking arm? We're almost positive that's Jorah.