For the better part of a year, the biggest question surrounding the sixth season of Game of Thrones was whether Jon Snow (Kit Harington) survived the attack of the Knights Watch. Heading into Sunday's premiere, Jon Snow's fate is still unsure but Harington is definitely returning for the season, meaning that whether Jon is resurrected, reincarnated or whatever else Thrones has cooked up he's probably going to be okay.
But while we've all been preoccupied with whether Jon would survive or why Harington was spotted on set, there's been some collective amnesia about the other characters who were also left in mortal danger at the close of last season. Luckily, we're here to remind you of all the people you should more worried about than Jon Snow.
Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen): Daenerys Targaryen's (Emilia Clarke) most faithful servant has wandered off into the desert to find the missing Khaleesi and bring her back to her kingdom after she flew off on her dragon. To make this seemingly impossible mission even worse, Jorah has an quickly worsening case of Greyscale that will eventually take over his entire body and turn him into a mindless Greyscale zombie looking to infect more people.
How worried should you be: Pretty worried. Greyscale doesn't have a known cure, but luckily it seems to be taking its time in spreading so Jorah has time to hope for a miracle.
Daenerys Targaryen: Daenerys is also in the desert, but even her dragon can't help her as she's fallen into the hands of the Dothraki. Sure, she used to be their queen but by the looks of Khaleesi's first few minutes of the new season, they aren't happy to have her back.
How worried should you be: Kind of worried. Being with the Dothrakis isn't the queen life Daenerys has been used to, but she's still the mother of dragons so there may be a way out of this for her.
Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Reek (Alfie Allen): Sansa and Reek were last seen jumping from the outer wall of Winter Fell into the frozen tundra. The first images of the new season revealed they survived the jump, but they still have a long way to go. Sansa may be able to find a northern bannerman who's still loyal to the Starks, but finding one that will also accept the Greyjoy that betrayed the King of the North is another story all together.
How worried should you be: Pretty worried. First of all, it's freezing and the Boltons are hot on their heels. They're first priority is to find shelter and then to assess how to make it to their closest ally.
Margaery (Natalie Dormer) and Loras Tyrell (Finn Jones): The Tyrells were last seen in the High Sparrow's (Jonathan Pryce) prison. They sold Cersei (Lena Headey) out for her crimes, but have yet to have their own punishment for Loras' being gay and Margaery's perjury when she tried to protect him.
How worried should you be: Pretty worried. Dormer revealed earlier in the year that she spent a lot of time filming in Spain, which implies that Margaery will see the light of day again. However, Jones is heading off to star in his own Marvel spin-off, which doesn't sound good for Loras chances at sticking around.
Tommen Baratheon (Dean-Charles Chapman): Cersei alleged in the first season that "either you play the game of thrones or you die," and her youngest son Tommen Baratheon seems to have won the game - for now. The problem is that Tommen's queen is imprisoned, his mother has just been forced through a walk of shame, and he's more vulnerable to the High Sparrow leading a coup than ever.
How worried should you be: Very worried. Tommen is still a young, impressionable teenager and he's not ready to lead a religious war to defend his throne. He's got the Mountain (Ian Whyte) in the King's Guard, but even a zombie Mountain on steroids might not be enough to protect the young King.
Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau): Jaime went to Dorne with the mission of bringing his niece-daughter Myrcella back to King's Landing. Instead, he'll be bringing back her body to his sister-lover Cersei, who has just been through the worst experience of her life.
How worried should you be: Very worried. Cersei isn't reasonable on her best days, but telling her that her only daughter has died is enough to officially send her over the edge. He has one hand, no money and has officially proven he can't keep their children safe, so what use is Jaime to Cersei anymore? She also has the Mountain at her beck and call and we all saw what he did to the Red Viper (Pedro Pascal).
Roose Bolton (Michael Elhatton) and Walda Frey: Roose dropped the bomb that he and his wife Walda Frey are expecting a child at the end of the last season. If that child is a boy, he will replace Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) as the heir to Winterfell. That's exactly the kind of news a bastard son who has tortured, killed and maimed his way into his father's good graces wants to hear.
How worried should you be: Extremely worried. Ramsay has done a lot of unspeakable things to change his name from Snow to Bolton, and you're as insane as he is if you think he's going to let an unborn baby take all of that away from him. He wants to be Lord of Winterfell more than he cares about his father, and everyone knows Ramsay has never liked a slow death.
Game of Thrones premieres Sunday, April 24 at 9/8c on HBO.