HBO is again teasing “Game of Thrones” fans with new trailers that offer a brief glimpse of Season 4. The latest “GoT” trailer, titled “Devil Inside,” is no exception and focuses on choices made by different characters and their possible consequences.
The new “GoT” trailer can be viewed on Facebook and starts with some ominous words from Cersei Lannister. “Your joy will turn to ashes in your mouth, and you will know the debt is paid,” says Cersei, turning the words used by Tryion Lannister to threaten her in the third season against him in the fourth season. With the Lannisters back in King’s Landing, expect some interesting conversations, especially between Tyrion and Jaime.
Daenerys Targaryen, after freeing Astapor and Yunkai, is heading toward Meeren to conquer the last slave city. Daenerys’ choice for those opposing her is a simple one: life or death.
One of the major storylines for “GoT” Season 4 will focus on what is next for the Starks and Winterfell. In the third season, Robb and Catelyn Stark were killed in the “Red Wedding,” Bran Stark is making his way beyond the Wall, Arya Stark is traveling with the Hound and Sansa Stark is married to Tyrion.
Of course there is also plenty happening with the Night’s Watch following the return of Jon Snow to Castle Black. While Joffrey Lannister believes he “broke” Stannis Baratheon, that seems unlikely as the latter plans to make his way north to help the Night’s Watch.
The fourth “GoT” ends with another look at the battle between Oberyn Martell, the “Red Viper,” and Ser Gregor Clegane, “the Mountain,” and Daenerys with her largest dragon, Drogon.
With all of the talk of the new season, it’s hard not to think about the “Song of Ice and Fire” series as a whole. There are four books left, two already published and two more yet to be completed, and George R.R. Martin is concerned that the series will catch up with the series. Aside from Martin there are a few people who might know the ending of the series. Two people that definitely know are “GoT” creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the duo said the ending is an exciting and satisfying for fans but offered little else. “Game of Thrones” Season 4 premieres on April 6 on HBO.