Game of Thrones Season 6: Episodes 6 and 7's titles revealed

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The titles for Episodes 6 and 7 of Game of Thrones Season 6 have been revealed by HBO, and they give some very strong hints at to what awaits Jon Snow and co. in the near future

If you string the titles of every Game of Thrones episode together, you'd probably get some nice rhyme or poem out of it. With Episode 4 entitled "The Book Of The Stranger," and Episode 5 "The Door," we expect a healthy dose of wonder and mystery over the coming weeks. HBO has now unveiled the titles of Episodes 6 and 7 (quite far in advance, we must confess), and they are very interesting indeed. Game of Thrones 606 will be named "Blood Of My Blood," which by now we all know is a very common phrase used amongst the Dothraki people. What this suggests is that 606 will heavily focus on Daenerys (a character who has been pitifully under-utilized so far this year) - and more Daenerys always goes down well at melty. Follow this link to the trailer for Episode 4, and you'll see Jorah and Daario prepping themselves to free the Khaleesi at last. But perhaps this won't be Daenerys' last interactions with the Dothraki tribes...

One week later, "The Broken Man" will air on HBO. Now, we know what you're thinking: "How are we meant to know what that means? There isn't a man left in Westeros who isn't broken in some way, shape or form..." Well check out this fantastic explanation courtesy of The Independent: "A speech from 'A Feast For Crows' which is something of a favourite among book readers. It is given by Septon Meribald, so this episode will probably see the arrival of new cast member Ian McShane. It’s a pretty long monologue, so may well be cut down for the show. It also references, and comes in the books shortly before, Brienne and Podrick run into a gravedigger many people believe to be Sandor Clegane, who has shed his The Hound identity. This could be the beginning of the much-hyped Cleganebowl - a fight to the death between The Hound and The Mountain." We bet that's got your pulses racing, right!? Game of Thrones Season 6 is showing no signs of slowing down after its electric first three episodes. If anything, it's gonna get even better! Are you excited by the prospect of Cleganebowl?

Source: HBO / The Independent