The Game of Thrones Season 7 premiere is still months and months away, but fans can get excited about seeing more dragons (and torture, if you're into that) according to Theon actor Alfie Allen
We have even longer than usual to wait for Game of Thrones to return to our screens, but it seems like the penultimate season will be well worth the wait. The GoT cast has teased fans about the insanity that's in store in Season 7, and now Alfie Allen, who plays Theon Greyjoy, recently attended the Malta India Fan Convention, and our friends over at Watchers on the Wall report that the actor described the upcoming season as, "More of the same... but better!"
A lot of game-changing things happened in the Season 6 finale: Cersei became Queen of Westeros, Daenerys finally set sail for Westeros and we learned that Jon Snow is actually Ned Stark's nephew instead of his bastard son. However we still expect to see the core values of Game of Thrones shine through, so prepare for bloodshed, power struggles and more epic battles. Allen also promised more dragons and torture - hopefully not for Theon though, he's been through enough already.
Speaking more about the journey that his character's been on, Allen described Theon as "skittish and full of fear," despite moving on from being Reek. Reek hasn't been present for a while now, ever since Theon decided to help Sansa and they both escaped from Winterfell, but that doesn't mean Theon hasn't been dealing with PTSD and will continue to struggle. However Allen teased that Theon's fear could evolve into rage. With Ramsay now dead, we're not sure who Theon would rage against, aside from his Uncle Euron. Here at melty, we would love to see Theon channel his rage to do some good in helping his sister Yara or Daenerys. A lot of the main characters were spotted in Spain to film some Season 7 scenes, so we think it's safe to say that something big is going down and we can't wait to see the part Theon plays in it. Are you excited to see Theon Greyjoy's state of mind in Game of Thrones Season 7?