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‘Anyone can be killed’ and other ominous quotes from ‘Game of Thrones’ character posters
‘All around me are familiar faces, worn out places, worn out faces.’
There will be 16 posters in total, according to Entertainment Weekly, and they’ve been rolling out over the course of the morning on social media and through a few site exclusives, including at EW, The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, TVLine, and IGN.
The posters feature characters both dead and alive, so having a particular character’s face on a poster doesn’t say anything about their fate—although we’re pretty sure that Game of Thrones is just straight-up trolling us about Jon Snow at this point.
Many of these posters share the same characteristics. Aside from Jon’s, they’re all accompanied by a telling quote from the character, one that could foreshadow the character’s path in the next season.
The posters are still rolling out, so we’ll add more as they are released.
And here’s the overview.
Some of these characters may be dead, but that doesn’t mean they can’t cause trouble for those still living. The ramifications of their actions and deaths can tear kingdoms apart.
Game of Thrones returns April 24 on HBO.
Update 11:21am CT, Feb. 24: Added image with overview of posters.
Photo via HBO/Twitter | Remix by Jason Reed
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.