We've all got our thoughts on what will likely happen on next season's GoT. Some scenarios seem almost inevitable (R+L=Jon Snow etc, Dany destroying the Lannisters, and so on) but others seem a little less clear cut. Here are my thoughts on the obvious and less obvious possible outcomes of next season:
1) Danaerys will obviously invade Westeros, but will have to dispose of Euron Greyjoy and his fleet first. This may well happen at sea, but I recon that Euron will be taken prisoner rather than die in the battle. It seems likely to me that he will have a face off with Yara and...
DISCLAIMER! English is my second language, so I’m sure this article is full of mistakes. PLEASE! Feel FREE to comment and correct, so I can edit this!! Thank you!
So, let’s start from the beginning…
A long time ago, Lady Lyanna Stark was engaged to one brave and powerful Robert Baratheon, who happened to be her brother Ned’s friend.
Lyanna was (supposedly) kidnapped and raped by the evil Rhaegar Targaryen, who was married and had children with Elia Martell. (This is what Robert Baratheon thinks… there’s evidence that makes us believe Lyanna was...
What an earth shattering episode ''Home'' turned out to be - more like an episode 10 of the series instead of a two! There were various big scenes to reflect upon and here are my views on them.
1) No family sentimentality for Ramsay:
This had been coming for a long time, but I was surprised by the swiftness and brutality of it all. Ramsay didn't even hesitate in doing away with his dad once he heard the news that Lady Walda had given birth. Although I half expected it, I still found myself shuddering at Ramsay's steely and purely evil expression as he did away with his...
Hi everyone! I'm new to this club but I have been on Fanpop for a while - I was active in the Disney Princess club for a time and it was interesting seeing a myriad of different discussions and opinions which emerged from that.
I hope to grow this club to become more active, like the Disney Princess club and to see more input and opinions as we discuss Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire, especially in the lead up and (when it comes) the aftermath of Season 6. I hope to write more articles in the future however I am in my final year at school so they might not be too...
For this article, I used a simple system. I'm gonna explain it briefly so none of you think I just made this list up :P
Anyway, assuming your list was this:
1. Jon Snow
2. Robb Stark
3. Arya Stark
Then I would give Jon 10 points, Robb 9 points, Arya 8 points and so on. The lowest someone can score is 1 point, which a character gets from being in the 10th rank.
There were a few ties, but I figured it doesn't matter. It only allows me to include even more people in the article.
HBO has just released a slew of new character posters for the forthcoming season which will debut April 6, 2014. It's tough waiting for the season premiere to drop but let's check out the new posters and remind ourselves where we left off with these characters at the end of season 3!
The posters all feature the quote "Valar Morghulis" which means "All men must die" in High Valyrian. You may remember that these were the parting words of Jaqen H'gar in season 2 (he was the man who granted her the 3 deaths).
Just recently I finished reading ADWD and simply loved it. It got me thinking about probable end games for SOIAF and the mind truly boggles at the posibilities:). The characters can be divided into three tiers based on their importance:
For Cersei Lannister, the last season ended at a low-point of her life. Humiliated before the whole of King's Landing by the Sparrow in Her Hand, she's shut out from the political process and quite literally banished from all levers of power.
hello, why do so many people like Jon Snow so much? i can see why but why obsess about him? i am on season three right now and Ramsay and Tyrion are so far my favorite. Also is it only me who gets bored on the night watch plot? and obsess about Ramsay? is this wrong? plus Joffrey sucks.
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