Game of Thrones Season Five Spoilers: Leaked Photos Show Tyrion And Daenerys Together During Dragon Attack?

By Donyae , Updated Jan 26, 2015 01:48 PM EST

New set pictures have been leaked from Game of Thrones revealing some massive spoilers for the upcoming season, as well as one of the key fears from readers and fans of the show alike, that the HBO show would outpace the books. Brace yourself, spoilers are coming.

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The photos, leaked on Imugr, reveal Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) hanging out with Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) in Meereen. Although we all knew it would come to this, in the books it takes him much longer to reach this point which HBO seems to be cutting. Which is a shame in some ways because, who doesn't love a Tyrion focused plot?

The photos are at some sort of tournament where Jorah fights. We've recently shared that Jorah and Tyrion will become friends, and it is perhaps Jorah that brings the imp directly to the Mother of Dragons which would serve to explain a plot where all that wondering is skipped.

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Even so, Jorah, once confident to Daenerys turned traitor, is still seen in the pit. However, later in the series when it seems things have gone wrong, he's seen at her side. Perhaps the battle in the pit was to win his way back into her court?

Brutal, Dany.

The photos also show that something goes terribly wrong while at the tournament. Spectators are seen lying in the stands, presumably dead. There's some rumors stating that this a dragon attack. However, this seems unlikely as there's a definite lack of charred remains and fire is sort of how dragons roll.

It is more likely that Daenerys' politics, or lack thereof, have finally caught up to her and the people have revolted.

We'll just have to wait until April to find out more.

Game of Thrones returns to HBO on April 12.

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