Watch The Intense First Look Trailer For The Longest Episode In 'Game Of Thrones' History

Well this looks good, doesn't it?

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Warning: this article contains major spoilers for the latest episode of Game of Thrones, 'Eastwatch', which aired last night in the US.

The last we saw of Jon Snow and his band of (not entirely merry) men in this week's episode of Game of Thrones, they were venturing out beyond the wall to look for White Walkers.

And that adventure looks like it was take up much of next week's episode going on the teaser trailer that has just been released by HBO.

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Watch it here, and prepare to get very excited for what's to come:

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In what has now become the tradition of each season's penultimate episode – think 'Hardhome' or 'Battle of the Bastards' – it looks like 'Death is the Enemy' is gearing up for one hell of a battle as Jon Snow, the Hound, Jorah and the Wildings all journey North to take on the White Walkers, while the Night King's army heads South to join them in battle.

"Death is the enemy," Beric Dondarrion tells Jon in the trailer. "The first enemy, and the last. The enemy who always wins, and we still need to fight it."

In amongst the clips in the North, we also see the Starks at Winterfell as Arya questions why Sansa is so scared, while Daenerys and Tyrion can also be seen contemplating their next move.

And with just two episodes left of this series and so much to see concluded, things are only going to get more intense from here on in. And we can't wait, obviously.

Game of Thrones airs on Sundays on HBO in the US and simulcast at 2am on Mondays on Sky Atlantic. The episode is repeated at 9pm in the UK on Monday nights.

From: Digital Spy