'Game of Thrones': Three Reasons Jamie Will Kill Cersei

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 16, 2017

Q. Do fans boo and hiss when they meet you? Will Cersei and Euron Greyjoy (aka Tag Team Evil) obliterate some of their less intimidating enemies, like Olenna Tyrell (the Queen of Thorns) and Ellaria Sand (and her daughters, the underwhelming-so-far Sand Snakes)?

If you're more of a reader, you can check out this thorough breakdown from Ed Power at The Telegraph, or read through each season's summary at the Game of Thrones wiki. After her run with the Faceless Man didn't pan out so well, she took things into her own hand, stole a mask from the Hall of Faces and killed Walder Frey, one of the many people on her "To Kill" list.

PHOTO:Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen in a scene from Season 6 of "Game of Thrones". They have never gotten along, so we could expect those two to face off?

What will become of Jaime's relationship with his sister, now that they have no children left? Jaime killing her and becoming Azor Ahai would be some ending to this season. But Lena Headey (who plays the equally scorned Cersei Lannister) said it's always a compliment when someone hates your character, because hopefully then you've portrayed them well.

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Aware of his lineage, Melisandre brought Gendry back to Dragonstone, seduced him so she could claim some of his blood and then threw him in a cell.nHe was eventually set free by Davos and has been rowing for so long ever since that he's become the subject of some very popular and very amusing internet memes. At the start of this season we are going on a big road trip with them. Instead, it has to do with history repeating itself, history that happened prior to Episode 1 of Game of Thrones.

"When we first catch up with Littlefinger it's nearly like a direct push from when we last saw him in Season Six". In Season 6 of Game of Thrones, Jamie explains to Brienne that he killed King Aerys to protect the people of the city. We have heard that Arya Stark will return back to Winterfell and reunite with her lost direwolf Nymeria and her family; that Bran stark will unleash his new powers to defeat White Walkers; One of the Daenerys Targaryen's dragon will be killed by White Walkers; The White Dragon captured between the walls will be commanded by the White Walkers's king; Jon Snow will kill the White Walker's king by using his Valerian steel sword; the king of white walker was once the leader of the Night's Watch; the Mountain will be killed by Jamie Lannister, and so on and so forth. What's his next step? "That was probably the first major diversion of the show from the books and, you know, I argued against that, and David and Dan made that decision".

"Bran is the Three-Eyed Raven now, which means a lot of things for him", Hempstead Wright told INSIDER. If only she were a bit more humble and less apt to rely on sex appeal and glamour to bolster her image, she might have a good choice of ruling us all from Raisina Hill (because of course Cersei needs the most impressive building for herself; she'll boot the President out pronto). As described by Winter is Coming, she was told that "when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you".

So many questions here. Will Cersei die in Season 7, setting up Season 8 to focus on the war with the White Walkers? It's a very interesting new time for him.

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