If you think you have seen enough deaths in the five seasons of HBO's "Game of Thrones," think again. The season six trailer for the HBO fantasy drama already teased some drastic changes for the lives of the major characters when it was released earlier this month, but the latest trailer hints at more deaths.

The most recent promo, titled "March Madness," is most likely to drive us mad in the remaining days of March as we all wait for April 24 when the sixth season premieres.

"Are you afraid? You should be," Tyrion Lannister's voice is heard as viewers see that Daenerys Targaryen, who is currently a captive of the Dothraki, is tied at the wrist and urged to move forward to enter the Dothraki territory.

We also get to see a glimpse of Ramsay Bolton riding a horse but whether to a battle or to hunt for his escaped wife, Sansa Stark, and Reek, we are not sure. However, the trailer gives us a glimpse of Sansa running in the woods as if trying to escape something or someone.

"We are sinful creatures. We deserve death," the High Sparrow tells Tommen Baratheon. That would probably be a very awkward encounter for King Tommen given his mother was shamed in the streets of his own land and his wife and brother-in-law are imprisoned by the High Sparrow. There's also the fact that his sister just arrived from Dorne, dead.

"One way or another, a face will be added to the hall," Jaqen H'ghar tells Arya, who is currently blind as part of her punishment. Is the girl threatened? Will she complete her training or just allow herself to be blinded with thoughts of personal vengeance? A girl has to choose.

Also making a comeback is Bran Stark, who has been in training with the three-eyed raven while all the madness was happening to his sisters. Bran is shown facing the king of the White Walkers, though it most likely is another vision. Let's see just how instrumental his training was for season six.

Watch the new trailer below:

"Game of Thrones" returns at 9 p.m. on April 24 on HBO.

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