Now that the dust had settled between the bastards, you may be wondering how “Game of Thrones” season 6 will conclude.

Inverse noted that “Game of Thrones” endings were traditionally huge and great on either at tying up loose ends or throwing a cliffhanger for the next season. These have been the accepted pattern in each season finale of the HBO hit series.

Now, the question is – which route season 6 episode “The Winds of Winter” would go?

Inverse wrote if the show chooses the optimistic ending, there are several options. One could be the possibility that Daenerys will finally arrive in Westeros with the help of Yara and Theon’s ships. Another option is Bran revisiting the Tower of Joy in his vision, or it will be confirmed that Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen are indeed Jon Snow’s biological parents.

GoT may also opt for an exhilarating cliffhanger like Cersei going in full retard mode and burn King’s Landing. The only question is “when” and “how” since Tyrion recently told Daenerys about the Mad King’s stores of wildfire around the city. Apparently, the show has hinted this option with signs reading, “This is Going to Be a Thing This Season!”

So which do you think is it? How “Game of Thrones” season 6 will end? Either way, fans will definitely not missing the GOT season finale.

Meanwhile, HBO has released season finale photos for the show and gave out a hint of upcoming retaliation, DigitalTrend reported.

Check out the rest of the photos here shared by Entertainment Weekly.

The network has earlier announced that the season the finale will be the series’ longest episode to date. It has a running time of 69 minutes. The previous episode, titled “Battle of the Bastards,” had a running time of 60 minutes.

The synopsis for episode 10, “The Winds of Winter,” has been vague but it indicated that Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) will be in the spotlight: “Season Finale. Cersei faces her trial.”

“Game of Thrones” season 6 finale airs Sunday on HBO at 9 p.m. ET/PT in the US and on Sky Atlantic at 2am BST in the UK.