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"Game of Thrones" Season 4 is coming to an end. With death of Oberyn Martell in "The Mountain and the Viper," fans can't wait to see what lies behind the doors of the upcoming last two episodes.

The makers of HBO's hit show D.B. Weiss and David Benioff are all set to give more shockers to the viewers as the show moves towards the end, reported Latin Times.

The finale episode of "Games of Thrones" Season 4 is called "The Children" and is reported to be the most shocking episode of the series.

Warning: A hint of spoilers/speculations ahead

It is being speculated that the last episode could see birth of a new character instead of a death. "Game Of Thrones" director Alex Graves has recently suggested in his interview that the finale episode is going to be a big one and will leave the viewers speechless.

'There's no question; the most challenging episode was Episode 10 [of Season 4]. Not only because it's by far the largest episode that they've ever made, but the tectonics and the story are the largest that have ever happened, and that's not counting the x-number of battle sequences, x-number of gigantic digital effects sequences, and x-number of how many characters are alive and standing and even on the continent when it's over. It's a big one. The other thing I'll say is that every time we went into to do a scene from Episode 10 it was harder, and there was a lot more conversation, a lot more growing pains because things are really beginning to change and it was in the writing. People had to go places they've never gone and did things they've never done in extraordinary circumstances. It was really hard" and really fun," Graves said about filming the "Game of Thrones" Season 4 finale to Huffington Post.

It is further conjectured that the birth of Lady Stoneheart could happen in last two episodes of Season 4. For those who are not familiar with Lady Stoneheart, then she is the resurrection of deceased Catelyn Stark, who was murdered by Freys. In George R.R. Martin's novel "A Feast for Crows," Lord Beric Dondarrion gave the dead Catelyn the kiss of life and she came back to life again as a revengeful Zombie.

Meanwhile, "Game of Thrones" Season 4 also saw death of the main villain Joffrey Baratheon and there could be possibility that there may not be any villains in the upcoming seasons.

"I can't tell you that. But I wouldn't be real worried about that fact that there's no villains, I wouldn't be too worried about there not being enough trouble on the show,"Graves further said in the interview.

"Game of Thrones" Season 4 airs on HBO on Sundays.