Not 100% clear, its not looking good but he didn't die on camera or at least it wasn't clear he is dead. Unless its Dany's main Dragon (I forget their names), as her one survived.A good episode, but hard to track at times. I've heard mixed reports, but can someone confirm whether or not Rhaegal survived?
That is what I was saying to my wife lol, the tactics were stupid. They threw away the Dothraki and they could have held them back and launched more than one volley from the trebuchets (which are siege weapons not field artillery). The Night King didn't have to throw himself away either, They could have also unleashed the Dothraki once they were assaulting the walls as well.the tactics in the battle seemed suprisingly stupid - why would you wait till the enemy is literally at your gate before you light the fire barrier? wouldnt you have wanted bigger bonfires and a lot more burning trenches and flaming barriers far away from the walls both to slow the dead down and provide better visibility in the dark? not to mention oil down the walls and more fire inside the keep too.
and why wait until your front line is overrun before you start strafing the enemy with dragonfire rather than following the first charge?
nonetheless Go Lyanna, Go Theon, Go Arya!!!!
(oh and Rhaegal landed without crashing, he's injured but not dead yet)