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The titles of Game of Thrones episodes almost always contain some clue about the content of the episode, and now we can begin the wild speculation about Season 4, Episode 6, whose title has just been unveiled.

SpoilerTV is reporting that the episode will be titled, “The Laws of Gods and Men.” Dramatic, much?

Ok, so that title doesn’t exactly drop clues as clearly as some of the other titles have, like Episode 2, “The Lion and the Rose,” which is clearly referring to the Lannisters (lions) and Tyrells (roses), and will likely portray the royal wedding between Joffrey and Margaery. “The Laws of Gods and Men”, however, could mean a lot of things.

Just by going by what we’ve seen in the trailers, we can make a few guesses regarding what this title is referring to. It might be a Dany-centric episode, since we’ve seen Dany say things in the trailers like, “I will answer injustice with justice,” and, “They can live in my new world or they can die in their old one.” It certainly sounds like Dany will be laying down the law in the new season, so maybe the title refers to her doing so in a big way.

We’ve also seen Tyrion in some hot water in the trailer. The halfman has been wearing handcuffs, languishing in a cell, and declaring that, “If you want justice, you’ve come to the wrong place.” Tyrion’s obviously in some kind of trouble with the law, so perhaps it’s his plight that the title is referencing.

What do you think the title means? Let us know in the comments!