The last we saw Jaime Lannister, he’d parted ways with his increasingly desperate sister queen and began the journey North. It’s not going to be an easy journey as actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau told me after the Season Seven finale:He truly believes that we all have to fight this thing. This is humanity at stake. We’ll either have living or dead conquering the world. You see him covering up his gold hand, and he knows he has to get to some sort of commander—whether it be Jon Snow or someone else in charge. Otherwise, he’s going into enemy territory, and he’s quite recognizable with that gold hand. If he wants to even get to battle before he’s killed by Stark soldiers, he’s going to need a bit of luck. You’d hope he can get there.Yes, let’s hope he can make it there. And the first update we have on Jaime since starting his journey is in these new pictures from Game of Thrones Season Eight. He looks to be in pretty good condition. But, you might also notice something familiar about his armor. As Game of Thrones fans have pointed out, he’s wearing armor of the North army: So, what could… Read full this story
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