Quite possibly no character on Game of Thrones has made the comeback that Jaime Lannister has. From the first episode of Season One he was the ultimate villain, one who attempted to murder a child without remorse. Now, as we go into Season Eight, he’s a sympathetic hero, going to join the cause of our protagonists in Winterfell. What could come next? These are the best theories about Jaime heading into Game of Thrones Season Eight.
If that’s not enough, other fans have pointed to Jaime’s character path as a whole, which mirrors that of The Prince That Was Promised. Consider what happened to him in Season Seven: Jaime was literally consumed by fire when attacked by Dany’s dragons and has risen from that battle reborn—in the sense that he literally changed sides in this war—to go join the living in their fight against the undead.
Last season, Bran’s visions revealed that Jon Snow was actually the son of Lyanna Stark, not her brother Ned. In that case, his father is probably Rhaegar Targaryen — Dany’s much older brother — who supposedly kidnapped Lyanna after she was betrothed to Robert Baratheon. … If that’s true, then Daenerys is Jon’s aunt..
Also called “Stormborn”, she and her brother Viserys were smuggled to Essos during the end of Robert’s Rebellion. … Viserys marries Daenerys to the powerful Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo in exchange for his military support in an invasion of Westeros, making Daenerys a Khaleesi, a queen of the Dothraki.
HBO released an epic teaser for the 8th and final season of “Game of Thrones.” We look at all the hidden meanings, Easter eggs to break down everything, including what even the biggest “Game of Thrones” fans might have missed. In the teaser we hear from Ned Stark, who died in season 1, his wife Catelyn Stark, who died in season 3, and Lyanna Stark, who we learned is Jon Snow’s mother. We also see siblings Jon, Arya, and Sansa reuniting beneath the crypts of Winterfell. The teaser seems to hint at the fact that the three will unite in season 8, but it also may suggest a terrible fate for all three characters. As the drama surrounding the Iron Throne unfolds, the teaser hints at the coming battle against the Wights and White Walkers. The biggest mystery, though, might be the feather we see in the beginning and end of the teaser. We break down exactly what it means. Game of Thrones will return April 14, 2019
Images and video from Game of Thrones used under fair use. Images from The World of Ice and Fire used with permission from Random House. Night’s King art by Oriana Wiesner: http://ownix.tumblr.com/ Essos map by Klaradox: https://klaradox.de/en/galerie/essos/ Deep One art by Pahapasi: https://www.deviantart.com/pahapasi/a… Ice Jon art by Ertaç Altınöz: http://ertacaltinoz.deviantart.com/ References & further reading: Lucifer means Lightbringer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcaKe… Ideas of Ice and Fire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShAZM… Gray Area feat. JoeMagician: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im0ff…
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