Warning: Spoilers for “Game of Thrones” season seven, episode three, “The Queen’s Justice.” If you aren’t caught up on the series, read at your own risk.
It wouldn’t be “Game of Thrones” without all the deaths. This week’s episode, “The Queen’s Justice,” ended just as violently as last week’s, with an attack on Olenna Tyrell in Highgarden.
On “Game of Thrones,” there are so many characters to keep up with. And even in its seventh season, it can get a little hard to keep track of who has died.
So here is your guide to who died on “Game of Thrones” last night:
content=”Cersei wants revenge on Ellaria Sand, who killed her daughter, Myrcella. So in ‘The Queen’s Justice,’ Cersei locks Ellaria up in a dungeon with her daughter, Tyene Sand, who she poisons the same way Ellaria poisoned Myrcella: with a kiss and a poison called the long farewell. So Ellaria has to watch her own daughter die a brutal death, and there’s nothing she can do about it.”
title=”Eventually: Ellaria Sand”
content=”While we don’t see Ellaria die on screen, actress Indira Varma confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that this was her last appearance on the show. She’ll have a slow death rotting in the dungeons of the Red Keep, but fortunately we won’t see it.”
content=”Instead of protecting their home of Casterly Rock, Cersei has Jaime bring a majority of his Lannister army (including Bronn and Randyll Tarly) to take the Tyrell home of Highgarden in The Reach. Cersei wants to give Olenna a cruel death in King’s Landing, but Jaime convinces her otherwise, and he gives Olenna poison.
But Olenna goes down memorably. Right after she drinks the poison, she confesses to Jaime that she was the one who poisoned Joffrey, and she wants Cersei to know it.”