'Game of Thrones:' Watch All the Season 7 Trailers Before Sunday's Premiere

Daenerys takes the Iron Throne in "Game of Thrones" teaser
Daenerys takes the Iron Throne in 'Game of Thrones' teaser. HBO

Five days and counting, folks. Game of Thrones Season 7 is nearly here, and along with it so is winter (at last) and the great war.

As the hit HBO fantasy drama begins to wind down with its final 13 episodes (the first seven of which will air this year), just three contenders remain to take the Iron Throne: In the red corner, Queen Cersei (Lena Headey), who usurped the crown at the end of Season 6; in the blue corner, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), last seen touching down in Westeros after a years-long exile after the Targaryen monarchy was overthrown; and, in whatever-other-colored corner, Jon Snow (Kit Harington), the newly anointed King in the North.

Lest we forget that for all the bloodshed these mere mortals will inflict upon each other, there is a darker force at work, too: The Night King, the malevolent supernatural figure and leader of the White Walkers, who care not whether you are a Targaryen, Lannister, Stark or even a direwolf.

Before Season 7 begins Sunday, take a look back at the trailers released so far in anticipation of the new wars to come:

HBO released the first teaser for Season 7 of Game of Thrones in March. It features the sigils of the great houses of Westeros at war. But at the end of the clip, there is a perilous threat against all of the houses in the form of the White Walkers. Is this a sign of what to expect in Season 7? Maybe the great war for the Iron Throne is just a precursor to the final battle between humans and Whites.

The second teaser for Season 7 also dropped in March and focused on our three main claimants to the throne. It's a masterfully done promo called "The Long Walk," and intersperses footage of Jon, Dany and Cersei each taking their respective thrones. It is set to the appropriately titled "Sit Down," a 1989 song by the English rock band James.

Cersei, of course, sits on the Iron Throne; Dany sits on the old Targaryen throne at her ancestral home of Dragonstone; and Jon sits at the head of the table at Winterfell. Like the first teaser, it ends with the ominous presence of the Night King, looming over Westeros. At this point, I hope Dany, Cersei and Jon have the foresight to just band together against the White Walkers. (Unlikely.)

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"The great war is here," Jon Snow declared in the first official trailer for the new season, filled with grabby moments to salivate and ponder over. Among the key highlights in the new footage from Season 7 is our first look at Dany landing in Westeros, which she believes is her family's birthright and from which she has been exiled for so many years. There's also a pretty steamy kiss between two of the show's fiercest female characters. Read my full breakdown of the trailer.

The first trailer promises the great war is here, but the second trailer really shows it. The action-packed final trailer ahead of Game of Thrones' premiere Sunday was released in late June. It glimpses all of the big battle scenes we can expect in the new season. On first inspection, it seems Daenerys's Unsullied will launch an offensive against the Lannister army, and there is also a war at sea between Theon and Yara Greyjoy facing off against their evil uncle Euron. Read my full breakdown of the trailer.

Okay, now, enough teasing. Let the war begin.

Game of Thrones Season 7 premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. on HBO.