With the premiere of Season 7 of Game Of Thrones, fans can only hope that their favorite characters finally get the justice that they deserve. Whether it’s the reuniting of the Stark clan, the return of Danaerys to King’s Landing or the destiny of Jon Snow. Here are five of our favorite fan theories about Game Of Thrones that we hope come true. After R+J, any fan theory could be included.
Jaime Lannister Kills Cersei:
Cersei Lannister has always lived in fear, especially after Maggy the Frog predicted that all three of her children would die.Maggy had also said, “The Valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you.” Valonquar means “little sibling” or “little brother” in High Valyrian.Cersei has always hated her little brother Tyrion (maybe because of their prophecy?) but she has overlooked the possibility that Jaime would be the one to kill her. After all, Jaime had killed the Mad King and Cersei has already started on the road to lunacy.Especially after the killing of King’s Landing’s courtiers by using King Aerys’wildfire.
Bran Will Destroy The Wall:
Bran had caused some major trouble last season when his curiosity led to the death and destruction of his surroundings. Hodor’s death literally broke every fan’s heart and he triggered the Night’s King who was able to mark him and enter the Third Eyed Raven’s cave( which was cursed to prevent the undead from entering). Benjen had confirmed that a similar spell was woven into The Wall which prevented the White Walkers from ever passing, but since Bran has proven himself to be useful to the Night’s King, will Bran be responsible for the destruction of The Wall?
Tyrion Lannister Is Actually A Targaryen:
While Danaeyrs may believe that she is the last Targaryen left in Westeros and beyond, there have been clues that Targaryen men sowed their wild oats everywhere. The show has more or less confirmed that Jon Snow was indeed the son of Rhaegar and Lyanna Stark, but some are convinced that she isn’t the only woman that consummated with a Targaryen. In the Game Of Thrones novels, Tyrion’s mother Joanna had an illicit affair with King Aerys. Tyrion could be the result of that affair. Non-Targaryen women often died of when giving birth to male babies, and both Lyanne and Joanna died due to childbirth.
The Existence Of The Ice Dragon:
George R.R. Martin had written a children’s novel called “ The Ice Dragon” which told the story of a girl born during the “ long winter” who rides an ice dragon to battle the fire dragons. After killing three fire dragons, the ice dragon dies and melts into a pond of cold water. Martin never fully states that Westeros is connected to this story, but there has existed one pond which never gets hot even though it is surrounded by hot springs. Fans have theorized that the girl is connected to the White Walkers as she possesses many traits that are similar to the Night’s King. Will an Ice Dragon battle Daneyres’ three fire dragons? We hope so!!!
Bran Stark Is Actually Bran The Builder:
Thousands of years before the current Westeros existed, Bran, The Builder built the Wall and was responsible for being the founding father of House Stark. Fans speculate that Bran Stark is actually the same Bran from the stories. Season 6 of Game Of Thrones showed the time-travelling ability and ability to meddle of the next Three Eyed Raven. It could easily be Bran who traveled back in time to change the present, but this could be a far fetch one as well.
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