Game Of Thrones is coming to a close this Sunday.
And fans are now getting a close look at the epic finale, courtesy of two striking photos shared by HBO.
Hinting at the action to come, Daenerys is peers out above her armies while Kings Landing smoulders in the background.
Spoils of war: Game Of Thrones fans got another peek into the series finale when HBO shared two striking stills from the end of the saga. Above, Daenerys is seen peering out above her army while Kings Landing smoulders in the background, about to give a victory speech.
Another image shows a war-weathered Tyrion standing in front of the rubble.
GOT fans have already set a high bar for the finale.
But last episode, The Bells, proved disappointing for many, earning a record low Rotten Tomatoes score of 47% as well as the ire of fans on social media. The episode did, however, break the shows all-time viewership records, with 18.4million tuning in.
Scenes similar to the final photos were featured in the suspense-stoking teaser trailer released right after last Sunday’s penultimate episode.
The trailer opened to reveal the ash-covered remains of Kings Landing.
The Mother of Dragons stood tall over her army as she looked down upon her conquest, while other characters tried to come to terms with the destruction.
Fires still burned at the base of the of collapsed structures as shots unveiled the King’s Landing’s destruction.
Tyrion is the first character to become fully visible as he steps across the ashes and stares up towards The Red Keep.
Arya Stark is the next to step forward, as she stares over the massive army, now awaiting Daenerys’s arrival.
The Dothraki are seen cheering while on horseback as they raise their hooked swords in the air.
At the end of the trailer, Danerys comes out and stands over her massive armies.
Finally, the show title is placed across and viewers are left to wonder what might happen in the final hour.
During the second-to-last episode of Game of Thrones, The Last War began as Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) brought her depleted forces to King’s Landing to square off against Queen Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey).
The Queen of Dragons was down to just one surviving dragon as the battle begins.
That proved to be more than enough, however, as she lit the city on fire, killing soldiers and civilians without seemingly a care.
Game Of Thrones’ series finale airs Sunday, May 19 on HBO.