Here Are Eight Predictions For Season 8 Of ‘Game Of Thrones’

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Game of Thrones is almost upon us. Season 8 will be the show’s last, wrapping up all the myriad storylines and conflicts and settling the war over the Iron Throne, and for the fate of humanity itself, once and for all.
So what will happen? How will this whole thing end? Who will win and who will lose in this final game of thrones? Let’s make some predictions.

1 – Nobody will sit on the Iron Throne in the end.

I get a lot of Game of Thrones pitches from various PR agencies. One of the most common has to do with betting. I guess Game of Thrones inspires a lot of that. Who will die? What are the odds? This season I see a lot of “Such-and-such’s odds of ruling Westeros” and the like. Will it be Gendry? Will it be Sam? Will it be Arya? It will be nobody. That’s my guess. At one point during a conversation between Dany and Tyrion in the Season 6 finale, Daenerys says something that I think we should all pay heed to leading into Season 8.

Daenerys Targaryen: Lannister, Targaryen, Baratheon, Stark, Tyrell they’re all just spokes on a wheel. This ones on top, then that ones on top and on and on it spins crushing those on the ground.

Tyrion Lannister: It’s a beautiful dream, stopping the wheel. You’re not the first person who’s ever dreamt it.

Daenerys Targaryen: I’m not going to stop the wheel, I’m going to break the wheel.

This leads me to think, whoever comes out on top in the end, that the Iron Throne will no longer be the seat of power in Westeros, and that somehow Dany (or her followers if she doesn’t make it) will bring real social change to the Seven Kingdoms. My second guess would be Daenerys on the throne, or her and Jon Snow ruling together.

2 – All the dragons will die.

Sorry if this bums you out, but I don’t think the dragons are going to make it. We’ve already seen one turn into an ice dragon, the Night King’s fancy new ride. In the end, I think the dragons will die in battle, fighting their lost brother.

Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion will fall, as the age of high magic and dragons is long gone in this world. These dragons were a small blip, intended to help end this final clash between good and evil.

The full story here..Forbes

Sam Eneje

Sam Eneje

Sam Eneje is Senior Content Developer, an Entrepreneur and a Public Speaker.

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