‘Game of Thrones:’ Bold predictions for the 7th season premiere

Youre in the great game now. And the great game is scaring, Tyrian, the newly appointed hand of the queen alerts Daenerys Targaryen in the season 6 finale of Game of Thrones which find the Mother of Dragons finally defining sail for Westeros.

Thats exactly where we can expect to pick up in the much anticipated season premiere for the seventh and final-ish season of the cultural phenomenon.

The great news when coming to stimulating bold predictions about one of the most unpredictable television series in modern history is that last seasons finale wrapped up a whole bunch of hanging storylines in a great green flash of wildfire. Thanks Cersei!

Gone are most of the Tyrell family as well as the High Sparrow and of course King Tommen, an unintended repercussion that has left Cersei and Jaimie without any heirs.


Last season ended with Jamie Lannister riding back into the wreckage of Kings Landing to find his Sister-Lover sitting on the iron throne. Considering the Kingslayers history with monarchs driven mad with threatening wildfire upon the kingdom, how he manages the news of Tommens death and Cerseis new reign will be something to watch for in the season premiere as well( if a certain witchs prediction holds any weight, he wont handle it very well either ).

When we left the Stark clan last season, they were on the threshold of a long awaited family reunion. Sansa and Jon Snow have retaken Winterfell, with the always scheming Littlefinger in their midst, to whom both are now indebted. Not a good place to be.

Both Bran and Arya are making their route back home but with very different purposes. Bran, having learned of Snows true pedigree may hold the key to the entire depicts conclusion( as well as perhaps being able to warg into a dragon or two ). Aryas path of vengeance always seems to take her down another winding path.

This is where the mystery of Robert Baratheons bastard still goes unsolved, the one that cost Ned Stark his head as it turns out. Poor Gendry is still rowing( expect a reunion between them sometime this season and perhaps more ). Expect him to clean ashore this week or next.

Speaking of the wilds of Westeros — Uncle Benjen — who Jon has been so eagerly searching for that false news resulted in his untimely death( before resurrection) is alive and dealing with a nasty instance of frostbite. Dont be surprised to ensure Snow lead another expedition in the hopes of seeing dear Uncle.

Every season insures one big baddie. Weve had Goffrey. Then Ramsay Bolton. The ire of fans in the final season will certainly fall on Euron Greyjoy. As he attempts to track down his nephew Theon and niece Yara, who have aligned themselves with Daenerys, look for him to take up with Cersei in the season opener and expect some due carnage on their behalf.


All of this soap-like drama surrounding The Iron Throne of course is punctuated by the fact that the White Walker are bearing down on all of Westeros.

Dont expect too many amazes in this Sundays premiere on HBO. As the demonstrate winds down, this possible final season is treated more structurally and cinematically. Novelists David Benioff and D. B. Weiss are adept at crafting reintroduction episodes. We will be fell back into Westeros gently this week. But starting episode II, theres nothing left to say but hold on. Winter has come.

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