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Cersei (Lena Headey) returns a gift on Season 7, Episode 3 of “Game of Thrones” HBO

The battle for the Iron Throne has officially heated up once again on “Game of Thrones.” With the latest twists that have taken place accounted for, it’s clear this battle didn’t actually start until now and is only going to get more intense going forward.

Spoiler Alert: Parts of “Game of Thrones” Season 7, Episode 2, “Stormborn” are discussed below.

The second episode of the show’s penultimate season saw Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) learn the hard way that she’s not as powerful in Westeros as she was in Essos, because the enemies here are more ruthless than the others she has faced. She detailed her plan for taking King’s Landing, which involved having Yara (Gemma Whalen) and Theon (Alfie Allen) escort Ellaria (Indira Varma) and the Sand Snakes (Keisha Castle-Hughes, Jessica Henwick and Rosabell Laurenti Sellers) back to Dorne to rally their troops behind her, and then send them back to King’s Landing to face off against Cersei (Lena Headey). However, the plan did not end well, as the fleet ran into Euron (Pilou Asbӕk). By the end of the battle, Theon had bolted overboard due to some intense flashbacks from his time as Reek, Obara and Nymeria Sand were dead, and the fates of Yara, Ellaria and Tyene were left up in the air.

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Meanwhile, in the North, Jon Snow (Kit Harington) left Sansa (Sophie Turner) in charge as he and Davos (Liam Cunningham) set off for Dragonstone to meet up with Daenerys, after receiving a letter from Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) encouraging them to join forces with her.

Now, in Episode 3, things seem likely to once again pick up with these events, and the aftermath of what happened with them. A synopsis for the episode, titled “The Queen’s Justice,” indicates that not only will fans see what happens when Daenerys and Jon meet for the first time, but also that Cersei will receive the special gift Euron promised her in exchange for marriage.

“Daenerys holds court,” the synopsis reads.

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Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) holds court on Season 7, Episode 3 of “Game of Thrones” HBO

Seeing that Jon left to go meet with her at the end of “Stormborn,” it would seem that Dany holding court would allude to their highly anticipated meeting. A preview clip for the episode shows that at the very least, Jon will arrive at Dragonstone and be introduced to her for the first time—though it is unclear just how the meeting will go at first, or if all fans will see is their coming face-to-face, with their actual meeting taking place in episode four.

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Meanwhile, Yara, Ellaria and Tyene’s fates will likely be revealed quickly as well, as the synopsis also states that Cersei “returns a gift.”

Euron had promised the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms he would bring her a gift to win her hand in marriage, and seems to have delivered as he’s shown riding through the streets of King’s Landing and dragging something behind him. He will likely be offering Yara, Ellaria and Tyene to the Queen as the gift he promised. However, Cersei’s returning it may not be her rejecting what he has brought her.

While Cersei may have no use for Yara and could allow Euron to keep her for his own twisted plot, she will likely be very interested in Ellaria and Tyene’s presence, as they once also sent her a “gift” of their own—the threat about her daughter Myrcella’s (Nell Tiger Free) life, one they delivered in spades in Season 5 by poisoning her with a deadly kiss as she headed back to King’s Landing. Because Myrcella’s death was their own version of a gift, Cersei may return a gift to Ellaria by giving her daughter a similarly awful death, before then offing her enemy as well.

In addition, Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) will also have a big role to play in the episode as he is teased to “learn from his mistakes.” Since he has not yet played a big role in the significant action thus far, simply standing by Cersei’s side as she rules and warning Randyll Tarly (James Faulkner) that joining the Tyrells in open rebellion would be a mistake, it’s unclear just what he will learn from.

“Game of Thrones” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. EDT on HBO.