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HBO just released three new teasers for "Game of Thrones" season six. Using Twitter's new auto-reply feature, fans are given the chance to pledge their loyalty to one of the three main Houses: Stark, Lannister, or Targaryen. 

When you tweet either #HouseStark, #HouseLannister, or #HouseTargaryen at the official "Game of Thrones" handle (using @GameofThrones), the account auto-replies with a teaser related to the corresponding house of choice. Each 25-second clip shows the house flag waving in front of a landscape.

Here's the Stark teaser:

Ramsay Bolton speaks, saying "Winterfell is mine … come and see." His taunt sounds very similar to a letter sent in the books. At the end of the fifth book, Ramsay sends Jon a letter at the Wall, threatening him and goading him into coming to fight at Winterfell.

One of the lines reads, "Your false king's friends are dead [Referring to Stannis]. Their heads upon the walls of Winterfell. Come see them, bastard." 

Sound familiar? Perhaps Jon Snow lives on in season six, and will face-off with Ramsay. The backdrop is stormy, and it's snowing. Winter is most definitely here.

Here's the Targaryen teaser:

Last we saw Daenerys, she was alone and surrounded by a Dothraki khalasar. In the teaser a man, probably the Khal, says in Dothraki: "You are nobody. The millionth of your name. Queen of Nothing." Doesn't sound like he's happy to see her.

But hopefully the burning landscape in the background means Drogon is nearby, and Daenerys can use dragonfire to lay waste to the khalasar. 

And here's the Lannister clip:

That's the High Sparrow speaking — the new leader of the Faith who imprisoned Cersei, Margaery, and Loras in season five. He says: "Every one of us is poor and powerless. And yet, together, we can overthrow an empire." Echoes of "Shame!" can be heard faintly, recalling Cersei's walk-of-shame from the finale.

Seems like Cersei and Tommen are in for a rough season. The sun looks like it's setting in the background of this clip. Perhaps the sun is finally setting on the Lannister reign?

High Sparrow and Cersei Lannister Game of THrones season five Cersei and the High Sparrow went head to head in season five. HBO

HBO made an interesting choice by having no one from the actual Stark, Targaryen, or Lannister family speak in their respective teasers. Instead, as one Redditor pointed out, they highlight a direct enemy of the given house.

The Boltons are partially responsible for the deaths of Robb and Catelyn Stark, and currently have Sansa hostage in a sadistic marriage to Ramsay. 

Daenerys was comfortable among the Dothraki until the death of her husband Khal Drogo, and then the horselords turned on her. 

And the High Sparrow shamed Cersei publicly, shaving her head and forcing her to walk naked through the streets of King's Landing. 

Season six of "Game of Thrones" premieres on April 24. This will be the first complete season with almost no written material left to adapt, since author George R.R. Martin has yet to publish his next book