Most believe he is hiding in a secret chamber, the location of which is known only to his chancellor. To the west, they find that Mamon Mine is dying, a victim of a miasma flowing from the mines and monsters that have made the mines their home. Braving the dangers, they reach a couple of miners who give them a Powder Keg , though they tell the party that it's only good for making loud noises. There, they find the old regent, who tells them that they need to take the boarding pass and escape to Endor , as they are not strong enough yet to finish what they started, asking only that they return later to defeat the Marquis.
The chapter ends when they arrive. Beta and Unused elements. Sign In Don't have an account? And she'll need the help with Daenerys knocking at her door.
There's gotta be a reason why Sam is going to start season 7 down at the Citadel instead of any of the places where stuff happens. Our guess is he's going to figure out what the Walkers' thermal exhaust port is. That's not a butt joke -- it's a "Star Wars" reference. There's a line of thought that when the Night King touch Bran in his dream while he was up at the Three-Eyed Raven's cave, it made it so the Walkers could pass any magical barrier separating him from them.
And guess what the largest magical barrier of them all is? The Wall, according to Uncle Benjen.
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With no children left to protect and war looming with Daenerys, it sure is easy to envision Cersei going full psycho this year. So much of what happens on "Game of Thrones" is history repeating itself -- and with Dany working very hard to avoid fulfilling her father's Mad legacy, Cersei, by contrast, probably isn't going to hold naything back anymore.
Others previously also thought it might be Tommen, as a very delicious "Game of Thrones" twist -- but obviously Tommen isn't going to be killing anybody after jumping out that Red Keep window. The longer Season 7 goes on and the more moves Cersei makes, the more it seems that she's ruthless enough to do what her brother can't. Jaime has been growing softer and more merciful for years, ever since he spent all that time with Brienne of Tarth.
Cersei even warned him in Season 7 Episode 6 not to ever betray her again. Jaime's quickly becoming a liability, but his love for Cersei means he can't really turn on her. Especially with her new pregnancy talk, it seems like she's manipulating and maneuvering Jaime. A lot of little details in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" books that make rising Westeros supervillain Euron Greyjoy even spookier haven't made their way into the show yet, but they still could.
In the book, Euron is described as having pale blue lips because he's been drinking Shade of the Evening, the favorite drink of the warlocks. He also says some cryptic lines that suggest he might be controlling, or think he's controlling, storms. If he does indeed have some cool magical powers from his time spent in Qarth, it would make Euron a more formidable enemy -- especially because it would give him incentive to try to take the dragons from Dany, since the warlocks previously said the presence of dragons amplifies their powers.
When Bran and the Three-Eyed Raven traveled back to the events outside the Tower of Joy in the May 8 episode, Bran was apparently able to shout and be heard by the younger version of his father, Ned Stark. The events of season 6, episode 5 -- in which Bran sees a fleeting vision of the Mad King -- seem to indicate this is very possible. After Episode 6 of Season 7, "Beyond the Wall," fans thought they caught sight of something weird going on with Longclaw , Jon Snow's Valyrian steel sword. When Jon emerges from the frozen lake, some say it looks like the eyes on the sword's wolf head pommel open.
Could there be something more going on with Longclaw than we yet know?
According to the episode's director, Alan Taylor, the answer is no. Then again, it could all be misdirection to throw fans off the scent. Bran the Builder is a legendary figure who led the effort to put up the Wall 8, years before the events of the show, after the Long Night in which the White Walkers invaded the first time. The particulars of how this would work are not known, but this is a good one.
Especially since Bran the Builder is who the present day Bran Stark was named after.
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She's revived and becomes the silent and vengeful leader of the Brotherhood Without Banners, Lady Stoneheart. Since Catelyn stayed dead in the show, the idea here being that in a bit of creative license in the adaptation, Arya will function as Lady Stoneheart instead. It would be a nice payoff on all that time Arya spent with the Brotherhood back in Season 2. The thought, according to some fans, is that she's not simply referring to the trauma, but that she's saying she's pregnant. At this point, probably too much time has passed for this one to carry any weight, but it was an interesting idea while it lasted.
The younger Clegane, known as the Hound, really hates his older brother, the Mountain. Both were thought dead, but both are again alive. And fans believe that before the story of "Game of Thrones" ends the two will meet and finally have it out in a battle to the death. This is a fan theory reaching back years thanks to the "A Song of Ice and Fire" books, but with Gendry's return in Season 7, it's suddenly very relevant.
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It suggests that Gendry's blacksmith capabilities will be essential to defeating the White Walkers, because he has experience with working Valyrian steel, the magical, super-special alloy that can actually kill White Walkers. Fans have expected two other people to ride Dany's dragons into battle alongside her, much like the Targaryens did when they first conquered Westeros. But the events of the penultimate episode of Season 7 has confirmed a longstanding theory -- that the Night King would kill one of Daenery's dragons and turn it into a wight.
That actually happened, with Viserion resurrected to ride for the side of darkness. Fans have speculated that, not only is Viserion undead, but he'll actually become an ice dragon rather than a fire dragon. That would certainly even the odds some, taking away some of Daenerys' fire-breathing air superiority. Tyrion Targaryen The idea here is that the Mad King Aerys raped Joanna Lannister in the books it's said that he had a thing for her and that's where Tyrion came from. Prince Rhaegar's marriage to Elia Martell was secretly annulled The standard story of Robert's Rebellion says that events were set in motion when Rhaegar Targaryen kidnapped Lyanna Stark.