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Game of Thrones: Reddit once again predicts every move of season 8

Game of Thrones Reddit once again predicts every move of season 8
Game of Thrones Reddit once again predicts every move of season 8

As the end of shooting for Season 8 of Game of Thrones approaches, credit should be given in regards to something: compared to last year, HBO did a good job to avoid leaks.

No, they can not keep people from staring at the cast while filming the main pieces, these things happen outdoors, after all, and there have been some leaks behind scenes that at least have the appearance of legitimacy. But for each of them, there is another that contradicts it.


This is not like last year, where we had a widely accepted breakdown of the plot point by point, of everything that was going to happen in season 7, months before the premiere. We have a vague idea of ​​what will come in season 8, but the details are fuzzy.

And that’s the best, I think. On the one hand, it means that we can all experience the surprises of the season together. On the other hand, it means that the fan community will use their imagination to create theories about how the story will end.


Recently, Redditor thetripleb published a detailed theory that explains how season 8 will develop, scene by scene. The theory exploded, and was reported everywhere, from Digital Spy to TIME. Will some of them end up happening? I have no idea, but it’s very funny.

Take a look below and tell us if you think any of that holds:

I think Jaime will convince at least one contingent, if not the entire Lannister Army, to join him to go North.
The combined armies go north and fight against the army of the dead, defeating it but at a great cost. However, the King of the Night and his dragon are not there. Why?
They flew south and destroyed King’s Landing, exchanging their 100,000 army for the 1,000,000 in King’s Landing, including Cersei. They anticipated it too much in the last episode.


Euron and the Gold Company arrive at the King’s Landing to a trap, where they are also killed and join the King of the Night’s army.

Daenerys discovers that she is pregnant.
Bran and Sam keep Jon’s kinship secret, after Dany and Jon declare that they will marry, or at least tell Jon that he does not have the chance to tell Dany anything before the end.

Jaime ends up killing Cersei to fulfill the prophecy in the last battle. Survive to become the Lord Commander No. 1000 and restore the Wall and the honor of the Night’s Watch.
Bronn survives and obtains the Twins when everything ends, since Tyrion agrees with his word of duplicating what they promised him (a castle).

The Dog survives and stays with Tyrion, who retires as Hand of the Queen and returns to Casterly Rock as his Lord. It changes the wealth of Lannister from gold to wine, when he opens his vineyard there and enriches himself by supplying the Seven Kingdoms.

The Cleganebowl (the versus between the Clegane brothers) never happens because screenwriters hate us.
Gendry survives and is legitimized by Jon / Dany.
The bittersweet ending (indicated by GR.R.M) is that Dany gives birth to a child, maybe even twins, but dies in childbirth or soon after. Jon becomes the King of the Seven Kingdoms, but loses another love of his life and raises his children.

In battles, all dragons die. However, in one last scene it was discovered that they laid eggs before the last battle.

Again, this is not based on any particular spoiler: it’s just speculation. (Actually, it contradicts some things that we know happen, but that should not hinder the good time.)

Personally, I love the idea that the King of the night cheats Jon Snow and company by taking him to King’s Landing. That would be fantastic: Daenerys, Sansa, Arya and all will fight hard against the army of the dead in Winterfell, believe they have won, they all collide, and meanwhile an army of even greater zombies rises in the south. Break story!

In addition, thetripleb updated the publication with other predictions after it went viral:

Sam is writing the story and the last scene is when he saves the book after telling the story to someone, maybe to his grandchildren, and George R.R. Martin will interpret it.

Jon declares that there are no more bastards, presaged by the conversation with Melisandre and Davos in Dragonstone.

Gendry rediscovers the forged Valyrian steel and uses Vidriagon on weapons to help win the war. Jon legitimates him and ends up getting Storm’s End.

Arya will use that Valyrian steel dagger to save someone important from a White Walker. Maybe Sansa or Gendry.

Jorah is going to die.

Robin Arryn somehow becomes a great fighter.
The Citadel is invaded by White Walkers and Sam ends up being the Grand Master after everything is over.
The oath of not having a wife or children is eliminated by Jon for the Royal Guards / Mestres / and for whomever.

“Jorah is going to die or die.” Poor Jorah. But also: yes, probably.

What do you think of all this? And if you have your own theories, feel free to make a sound.

What do you think?

Written by Arun Sharma


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