By now, you probably would have already watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones. If not, maybe you should come back to this article as soon as you finished watching it because there will be spoilers (a ton of it) here.
A quick recap: during the show's fourth episode, we see Bronn talking to Jaime about the payment for his loyalty to the Lannisters; Arya, Sansa, and Bran reuniting in Winterfell; Cersei plotting how she would remain seated on Iron Throne; and of course, Daenerys still going on about how Jon Snow should bend the knee.
The episode's highlight, however, happened towards the end of the episode. Daenerys flies with Drogon to Highgarden, accompanied by an army of Dothraki men. She says the word "Dracarys" and Drogon burns and (literally) roasts every Lannister soldier that stands in her way. Needless to say, it was a massacre.
Now, we all probably might be thinking the same thing as soon as the credits begin to roll. With all the CGI, the horses killed, and the burning soldiers involved in the scene, how did they manage to pull everything off?!
In a 14-minute video uploaded on the show's YouTube page, the creators and all the crew involved in the show explained how they made everything happen.
Watch it here: