The action of “Game of Thrones” most certainly did not die with the Starks at the Red Wedding at the end of Season 3. Season 4 of “Game of Thrones” is set to bring even more complex plots and of course more spilled blood. Season 4 premieres on HBO on April 6th and fans are anticipating to see the Lannisters ruling the Seven Kingdoms but with new faces and new threats, their hold on the Iron Throne may not be as secure as they once thought.

Based on the synopses for episode 1 through episode 5, fans are anticipating witnessing the forthcoming marriage between Joffrey Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell in episode 2, then based on the promo videos for Season 4 Tyrion will be barred in chains in the Black Cells below the Red Keep. Fans have learned that the episode titles of Season 4 have been extremely telling, revealing some spoilers in the simple titles.

HBO recently revealed that episode 6 is titled “The Laws of Gods and Men,” so what does this mean for Season 4? “The Laws of Gods and Men” will most likely focus on the impending trial for Tyrion Lannister, when we last saw the clever imp in Season 3, he had already lost control of his power gained as Hand of the King.” But it seems like Season 4 will be even more of a desperate time from Tyrion, he is locked away, declaring that if someone is looking for justice, then they have come to the wrong place, because there is no justice in King’s Landing.

“The Laws of Gods and Men” is sure to test multiple characters morality, mainly Tyrion in the midst of his trial. During the trial of Tyrion, the Red Viper will truly come into his own, the new face in Westeros has come to Kings Landing to seek revenge against the Lannisters for their role in his sister’s brutal murder, and something leads us to believe the Red Viper will be involved in a aggressive trial by combat.

“Game of Thrones” Season 4 premieres on April 6th at 9 p.m. on HBO! Will you be watching? Check out the most recent Season 4 promo video that shows Tyrion’s precarious imprisonment, as well as the Red Viper’s threats.