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Editor’s Note: This story contains spoilers about Season 8 of “Game of Thrones.”

(CNN) —  

Just when we thought nothing could top the Battle of Winterfell, Emilia Clarke warns the fifth episode of the “Game of Thrones” final season will blow fans minds.

Clarke, who plays Danaerys Targaryen (aka Khaleesi aka mother of Dragons), appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and teased what’s to come in the final three episodes of the HBO series.

Last Sunday, “Game of Thrones” viewers watched the most epic takedown of the Night King and White Walkers. “The Long Night” was reportedly the longest battle sequence ever filmed, took 55 long nights in the dark to film and set a record of 17.8 million viewers.

But Clarke said that’s nothing compared to what will happen two weeks from now.

“Episode five is bigger. Episode five is, I mean, four and five and six, they’re all insane, but like… Find the biggest TV you can.”

Now Dany, the Starks and the rest of the crew in the North have to fight Cersei off the Iron Throne in King’s Landing.

Should we expect more deaths? New allegiances?? A natural disaster???

We’ll find out soon enough. “Game of Thrones” series finale airs May 19.