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The Game of Thrones panel at San Diego Comic-Con culminated in a full season 7 promo detailing what we can expect in the weeks ahead. The panel was so in demand that some fans had camped out overnight to see their favorite actors from the TV series based on the works of George R.R. Martin. "I was born to rule the Seven Kingdoms and I will", she says at one point. But I don't think that's what she's invested in.

"But I think she's finding it incredibly awkward, but underneath that awkwardness there's always that secret enjoyment", she quipped. Christie later said Tormund would need to show major morals to win Brienne's heart. She added, "She doesn't really see the world through rose-colored glasses anymore". But Turner said she's just been taking everything in, and not to underestimate her-she's just as good as he is at playing the game. However, Allen's puppy was just too cute to ignore, and the actor definitely knows it. One thing is for certain, though: Sophie Turner can not see herself in a comedy after all of the dark work she has done in Game of Thrones.

GoT is known for it's totally NSFW sex scenes and nudity, which got the cast chatting about the character hookups - both already scripted and imagined - they'd like to see. Her answer is, of course, not popular with the audience.

Nairn, who moderated the panel, asked the cast which killed-off cast member they most missed, and Turner offered a surprising response: Jack Gleeson, who played psychopathic King Joffrey.

A bit ironic given its medieval and courtly context, but Game of Thrones is surprisingly light on romance. Everyone wants power for their families as they plot and conspire against one another. He gets some pushback ("A Targaryen can't be trusted") but Davos insists: "If we don't band together, we will die".

The competition for the Iron Throne is heating up on HBO's Game of Thrones.

In the footage, Jon Snow tells the people of the North, "We can't defeat the Night King's army on our own".

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