GAME OF THRONES Season 7 Will Feature The Biggest Battle Yet!

Battle of the Bastards

According to WatchersOnTheWall, Game of Thrones season 7 is gearing up to give us the biggest battle in the series’ history. Yes! It will be bigger than the Battle of the Bastards from last season.

According to the report, preparations are underway for a fight between two or more factions that will be made up of 500 extras and 100 horses. That’s slightly more than what was in Battle of the Bastards, which used 500 extras and 70 horses. So there’s a bit more horsepower this time around.

Spanish newspaper El Periódico Extremadura released some new photos and clearly show a large scene being set up involving horses and smoke machines.

All of the extras being used will go through military training, and they will be needed on set for shooting at least a month.

The report also confirms the following:

“We have been able to confirm that in the course of next season’s packed story, characters will travel to Highgarden and Casterly Rock both. The Tyrell home was a popular suspect for the reported castle in the background of the soon-to-be-filmed ambush setpiece.”

This ambush will also feature James Faulkner, who is returning as Lord Randyll Tarly.

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