Game of Thrones promos are always packed with hints about the next episode especially for book fans who can read between the lines — so it's worth taking an extra close look. Here's what we can learn from the preview for the Season 3 finale, Season 3, Episode 10: "Mhysa" (June 9, 2013).

Robb's forces in tatters. Just in case you were hoping the Red Wedding was a figment of your imagination, this preview opens on what appears to be Roose Bolton looking down at Robb's decimated army, complete with a Stark banner in flames.

Arya and The Hound. We see Arya watching this in tears, apparently still in the Hound's arms. At :29 we see him riding off with her. At :31 we see The Hound in a fight.

Word spreads fast. We see the Lannisters already discussing the attack, with Tyrion warning,"the northerners will never forget."

Bran's story. We see Bran telling his remaining companions, "you hear a lot of stories about this place. Horrible stories." Based on the synopsis, we will hear one of said stories. We also see Meera and Bran waking up on the night in panic. Are they attacked?

What's Stannis going to do? "May enemies have made my kingdom bleed" Stannis says while standing by a fire. Never good. We also get a quick glimpse of Gendry, so at least we should learn more about what happens to him.

Joffrey stands up for himself. "I am the king!" Joffrey yells at his mother. "You really think a  crown gives you power?" Tywin says, though it's hard to tell if it's actually a direct response to Joffrey's outburst.

Hey, Jaime! Jaime's back! And inside! The trailer is cut to make it look like he's back in King's Landing. We'll see if that's true when the episode roles around,

Ygritte and her bow. We see Ygritte string her bow. More fighting involving Wildlings?

Yara's back. There's a brief shot of Yara, Theon's sister at :29. Glad to see her back.

Fighting in Yunkai? Based on the shots at :32 and :35, it looks like there will be more fighting at Yunkai. Also, dragons.



Catch the Season 3 finale
on Sunday, June 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.

Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @BeccaDMartin.