Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4 is great. The riches of war is a term that depicts what the victor of a given clash picks up at its decision. So you take Highgarden, you get its riches and its properties, which are portrayed as the "bread wicker bin" of Westeros. That is a vital triumph in any war, yet with winter coming it's more critical still.
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Obviously, while the scene is titled 'The Spoils Of War' we can sensibly accept that the war is a long way from being done when it's finished. We have four more scenes (counting this one) in Season 7, and keeping in mind that the war against Cersei may end before the finish of this season, it could without much of a stretch extend into Season 8 also.
What I do think we can assemble from the above picture and a couple others underneath is that we'll see more fights Sunday night, after genuinely condensed fight scenes a weekend ago. Absolutely the above picture recommends that Dany goes to war, bringing the full energy of her mythical beasts to manage against the Lannister strengths.
This would be a huge arrangement. Dany going to fight against the Lannisters is practically as pivotal as her meeting with Jon Snow - and significantly more emotional. Wars are won with gold, they say. Of course, how viable will gold be when three full-sized winged serpents are charring your armed forces? The gold is in all likelihood Tyrell gold, which the Lannisters will send to the Iron Bank of Braavos, whose delegate seems to even now be cutting loose with Queen Cersei.
In the review she discloses to him that her initially request of business is conveying the whole landmass of Westeros to heel, and each spirit who lives there under her boot. Nobody can state Cersei Lannister isn't aggressive or wild. What she needs in sympathy and empathy she compensates for in cold-bloodedness and mercilessness.