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Game of Thrones Deaths Most Likely to Happen in Season 7

16 July 2017, 03:54 | Myron Mathis

Game of Thrones Deaths Most Likely to Happen in Season 7

Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister in

But the fact of the matter is, the days of Game of Thrones are far from over. Season 6 very much left us in a state of anticipation: Daenerys Targaryen has finally sailed for Westeros; Jon Snow was crowned King in the North and was revealed to be a Targaryen; Cersei Lannister claimed the Iron Throne after killing off Queen Margaery Tyrell; and Tommen Baratheon committed suicide. And from what we can tell from the show's latest trailer, it seems like we might finally see the noble houses of Westeros unite to face the growing threat of the White Walkers, the north-of-the-Wall monsters that command a big zombie army.

Since the end of Game of Thrones's Season Six, we have seen many speculations come our way as to how the subsequent episodes would develop.

However, Bran is not yet ready to visit these visions on his own - a rule he breaks the first chance he gets, experiencing a vision of the White Walker army during which the Night King grasps his arm, marking him. They came at Sansa's behest, who in desperation reached out to Littlefinger for aide, even though she hadn't forgiven him for allowing her to be married to Ramsey. They spoke to Guardian 20 about their GoT characters and about the next season of the show.

Daenerys begins the season imprisoned by the Dothraki. But, considering he's a main character at this point, he could very well appear in the rest of the season - the remaining four out of seven episodes - considering how his arc is being set up this season.

Either way, George R.R. Martin recently gave us a hint about the toll that being resurrected has taken on Beric - which could be bad news for Jon too. It is now under the command of Jon. As described by Winter is Coming, she was told that "when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you". Essentially he's got a problem: He's leader, and she's testing him, and as a leader you can't have someone question you. That's Littlefinger's thing - he'll push people.

It's always tempting to take these people out of context and try to see how they'd fit into scenarios other than the machinations and politicking of Westeros.

The most popular theory is that she will die at the hand of her brother and lover, Jamie.

Aidan Gillen: For the fun of it, would be the correct answer. It looks like they may be cousins, not brother and sister like everyone thought. The whole thing costs $50 and takes 45 minutes, and comes with a mimosa of rosé bubbly and - you guessed it - dragon fruit.

To keep you in the game for another day, Haven Spa in SoHo is introducing the Mother of Dragons Pedicure. But I don't want it to be a exhausted rehash of Pride and Prejudice, with one party haughty every second and the other smouldering with righteous outrage. So I've always tried to have a bit of fun with it and show a bit of a playful side.

These are two that fans really want to meet on the show. I think some people are confused. "That was probably the first major diversion of the show from the books and, you know, I argued against that, and David and Dan made that decision". "I woke up to a torrent of abuse from the internet-"@#$% you, Bran! Without that it just wouldn't work. Speaking with THR this week, they laid out some of their favorite pitches for where Thrones can go next - some more serious than others. John cut a finer frame navy blue suit at the premiere ahead of the release of season seven.

Isaac Hempstead Wright arrives at the LA Premiere of "Game of Thrones" at The Walt Disney Concert Hall on Wednesday, July 12, 2017, in Los Angeles. Do you want to find peace within yourself? So she's a real challenge for him and she knows that.

Game of Thrones returns to HBO on July 16 and will be simulcast in the United Kingdom at 2am on Sky Atlantic.

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