The Season 4 premiere of “Game of Thrones” is only days away, and while we are on the topic of good news, all ten episode titles for the forthcoming “Game of Thrones” season have finally be revealed. Like the past three seasons of the George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” inspired series, the episode titles are important to the other all plot, and normally give viewers an indication of what to expect from their favorite characters in Westeros. Season 4 is no different, and this time around “Game of Thrones” showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss might be revealing even more with their multiple meaning episode titles.

-Episode 1 of Season 4 is entitled “Two Swords” and premieres on HBO on April 6

-Episode 2 of Season 4 is entitled “The Lion and the Rose” and premieres on HBO on April 13

-Episode 3 of Season 4 is entitled “Breaker of Chains” and premieres on HBO on April 20

-Episode 4 of Season 4 is entitled “Oathkeeper” and premieres on HBO on April 27

-Episode 5 of Season 4, which serves as the mid-way point, is entitled “First of His Name” and premieres on HBO on May 4

-Episode 6 of Season 4 is entitled “The Laws of Gods and Men” and premieres on HBO on May 11

-Episode 7 of Season 4 is entitled “Mockingbird” and premieres on HBO on May 18

-Episode 8 of Season 4 is entitled “The Mountain and the Viper” and premieres on HBO on May 25

-Episode 9 of Season 4 is entitled “The Watchers on the Wall” and premieres on HBO on June 1

-Episode 10 of Season 4, which will serve as the Season 4 finale, is entitled “The Children” and premieres on HBO on June 8

Based on episode titles alone, it seems most likely that the action in the beginning of Season 4 will take place in Kings Landing, and revolve around Westeros’ current ruling family—the Lannisters. Joffrey Baratheon, who despite his last name, has the blood of a Lannister lion in his veins is the current King of Westeros and sits on the Iron Throne. “Two Swords,” “the Lion and the Rose,” “Breaker of Chains,” “Oathkeeper” and “First of His Name” all make direct connections to the Lannisters, most of the episode titles have duel meanings.

So while “Breaker of Chains” certainly revolves around Tyrion’s fate in Season 4, it also refers to Daenerys‘ penchant for freeing slaves on her journey to secure the Iron Throne. At the mid-way point of Season 4, fans should expect a shift from the capital and start spending more times in the other story locations, mainly, The Wall with Jon Snow and the Men of the Night’s Watch, North of Wall with Bran and Reeds, the Kingsroad with Arya and the Hound, Dragonstone with Stannis and Melisandre, and even the Fingers with Petyr Baelish. Another interesting thing to note regarding the titles of the Season 4 finale episode 10, “The Children.” The Season 3 finale which revolved around Daenerys Targaryen and her growing following was titled “Mhysa” which in Ghiscari translates to “Mother,” clearly a direct comparison to the forthcoming Season 4 finale.