Game of Thrones Season 7 Predictions: Part 3

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In the first two parts we concentrated on the north. This is where I believe a great deal of the action will be taking place, either at Winterfell or beyond The Wall. You just have to take a look at the promotional artwork to get that feeling, and of course it only makes sense because that’s where are overall narrative is heading. However, there’s still one tiny matter that needs to be resolved before we get to the battle of ice and fire. That of course is the battle for the Iron Throne. I believe this storyline will be consolidated into two rival factions, each containing several main characters and houses. For posterity sake we’ll say faction one is House Targaryen, and faction two is House Lannister. I had no idea how much I wanted to see these two face off until watching the second trailer. Now I can’t wait.

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To be fair, the House Targaryen faction only has one Targaryen, Dany (we won’t get into Jon’s probable heritage here). However, as we saw at the end of last season, The Mother of Dragons has amassed an incredible force willing to fight with her. This force includes Theon and Yara Greyjoy who bring some of the Ironborn forces with them, although we were never really told how many joined them and how many joined their Uncle Euron. Next come the Dornish represented by the sandsnakes. Again, it’s unclear how large this Dornish force is, but in the final scene of season 6, as Dany’s armada finally sets sail to Westeros, quite a few ships can be seen sporting the sun and spear sigil of House Martell. Then there is quite possibly Dany’s most important ally at this point: “The Queen of Thorns” herself, Lady Ollena Tyrell. Why is she so important? Because that means House Tyrell is allied with Dany, and they boast one of the largest armies in Westeros. You can also be certain they’re out for vengeance after Cersei roasted Margery, Loras, and their father Mace in the Sept explosion. However, knowing Cersei, she won’t sit idly by knowing the Tyrells will be coming for her.

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Faction two: House Lannister. There was much debate as to who Cersei was talking to in this scene. From a different angle we’re shown she’s giving audience to a short haired man. This caused many people to rule out the possibility it was Euron Greyjoy since he had longer hair. However, the one shot we get of him in this trailer, beating some poor soul with an oar, we see he’s trimmed those curly locks. Therefor, I’m more certain than ever that it is Euron. Oh, and we see a fleet of Ironborn ships lead by The Crow’s Eye sailing into King’s Landing. This is simply logical. Cersei has made enemies in all directions, and even though she sits upon The Iron Throne, she’s in desperate need of allies.

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The same can be said for The Crow’s Eye, Euron Greyjoy. He won the kingsmoot last season by promising his people no less than all of Westeros, and I’m sure he’ll use Cersei’s weakened position to his favor and form an alliance with her…for the time being. As I stated in my review of the first trailer, I believe at least a portion of Dany’s armada will be attacked by Euron and his contingency of Ironborn before they ever reach Westeros. We see even more evidence of this in the second trailer along with Yara being Yara and jumping into the thick of the fight. Euron will take her prisoner along with at least one of the sandsnakes. He’ll present them to Cersei as tokens of good faith. I absolutely love this pairing of Euron and Cersei. The latter has shed any semblance of humanity at this point and has completed her journey to the dark side becoming “The Mad Queen”. If you’re not a book reader then Euron is obviously still a mystery since we’ve seen so little of him. However, book readers know him to be perhaps the most ruthless and dangerous man in Westeros. It’s fair to say this will be an uneasy alliance.

Fire & Blood

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By this point we’ve all seen this epic Dothraki charge with Drogon soaring overhead, and the second trailer confirmed they are in fact battling Lannister forces. Now as I stated before, I believe this attack is coordinated with the sacking of Casterly Rock, the ancient stronghold of House Lannister. The second trailer shows Grey Worm sailing towards what looks to be an opening in a large rock or mountain even. I believe this is how they’ll infiltrate Casterly Rock and the intel will be provided by Tyrion since not only did he live there, but he was once in charge of the cisterns as he’s mentioned before. So Dany will unleash her Dothraki upon the marching Lannister army, and knowing that Casterly Rock is left poorly guarded, will send The Unsullied to seize it. But how does she know this Lannister army is marching and where?

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As I previously stated, I don’t think Cersei will sit idly by while House Tyrell plots their revenge. Instead, given her nature, she’ll go on the offensive and bring the fight to them. There’s a shot of Jaime in the second trailer walking along the ramparts of an unfamiliar castle with dead bodies lying about. I believe this castle is Highgarden, the ancient stronghold of House Tyrell, and it’s just been sacked by Lannister forces. I haven’t seen any footage that would coincide with this theory but it could be something that occurs mostly off screen. So that powerful Tyrell force I spoke of earlier might be severely weakened, but Dany could still use this to her advantage. She now knows where the main strength of the Lannister forces are and in what general direction they’ll be heading. She’ll also know that Casterly Rock will be lightly fortified and Tyrion can provide even further specifics. Thus we get what many book readers are already calling the second field of fire, referencing a battle that took place when Dany’s ancestor, Aegon The Conqueror, brought fire and blood to Westeros. This sort of historical symmetry is something Martin uses quite often.

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The Lannisters are not alone however. It’s very clear from the second trailer that House Tarly is fighting alongside them. You can catch their archers above if you don’t blink. This is interesting because House Tarly is the house of everyone’s favorite White Walker slayer, Sam, who we last saw arriving at The Citadel. We met his sweetheart of a father last season after which Sam absconded with his Valyrian steel sword Heartsbane. Randyll Tarly is constantly referred to as one of the greatest generals and soldiers in all of Westeros. He lead the one army that defeated Robert Baratheon during his rebellion. So it’s safe to say the Lannisters do have a strong ally in House Tarly. Let’s now go to The Citadel.

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Last we saw Sam he was in perpetual bliss just having entered the fabled library within The Citadel. Jon sent him there for a couple reasons. One was to undergo training to become a maester and take the place of the late Maester Aemon. The other, and obviously more vital mission, was for Sam to find out anything he could about the White Walkers. So what will he discover? Well, I’m hoping for another big revelation like we got last season when we found out how and why the White Walkers were created. Besides that, Sam knows that obsidian, also known as dragon glass, as well as Valyrian steel can kill The Others. And there just so happens to be a place in Westeros where you can actually mine dragon glass. That place is Dragonstone, which is of course where Dany is. I believe he’ll learn this information and feel compelled to go there. The second part of this has to do with that hand above, which belongs to none other than Ser Jorah Mormont. He is seeking a cure for the greyscale he’s inflicted with, and what better place to go to than The Citadel. Sam and Jorah will meet and both will set off for Dragonstone. Sam was even with Jorah’s father when he was killed so this is a fairly significant meeting.

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Obviously there are several other characters I haven’t really touched on and that’s because I can’t make a legitimate theory regarding their storylines. I did mention how every time we see Tyrion he looks concerned bordering on frightened. Like I stated, I think part of this might have to do with him being uncertain if Dany is taking the right course of action. This season we’ll see the dragons at their most ferocious and that might not be a good thing…at least not for the people of Westeros. In the trailer you even see Dothraki – Dany’s own men – burning alive. I believe this will become a point of contention: how far is Dany willing to go to win The Iron Throne? Up until now she’s been more of a liberator. Now she must become a conqueror and you can’t do that without getting a lot of blood on your hands. But on top of that is the obvious; Tyrion is fighting against Jaime. This will obviously be a plot point and possibly a very powerful one.

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As for my girl Arya I really have nothing. The sentimental part of me wants to see her return to The North and reunite with Jon. However, I don’t see her playing a major role in the war to come. Therefor, I think she’ll continue with her list and it might be her who kills Melisandre. One interesting note on her though is in one of the released photos she’s wearing the Valyrian steel dagger that was used in Bran’s assassination attempt early in the first season. I expect Gendry to finally return with popeye like forearms after rowing that boat for three seasons. And I’d like to make one final rather bold prediction. Near the end of trailer 2 we see a man draw a sword but the sunlight hides his face. I’ve seen a couple predictions on who this might be; a popular one is Bronn. I believe it’s Sandor Clegane and he’s in what’s known as The Dragon Pit. This is an area in King’s Landing that was once used to keep the dragons when the Targaryen’s ruled and they still existed. Leaked info indicated this would be an integral site late in the season involving several main characters. I believe (maybe just wishful thinking) that Sandor is drawing his sword to fight someone in single combat. You can see an audience around the top. And I believe is opponent will be his big brother, Gregor. This is something fans have been dying to see. It even earned the title “Cleganebowl”. Now, while I don’t think this will ever happen in the books, Dan, Dave, and HBO have been known to offer a bit more fan service, and this would be the greatest fan service they could possibly offer.

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By the end of the season I believe we’ll have two united fronts. The first will be those now focused on and gearing up for the great war. This includes Jon, Dany, Sansa, and Tyrion. I’m hoping Jaime will finally ditch Cersei and join up with them but I’m just not sure it will happen this season. On the other side we’ll still have a group united against them lead by Cersei. As much as I want to see Jaime strangle her I think we’re going to have to wait for season 8. Game of Thrones has always excelled at creating complex characters that more often than not can’t be categorized as “good” or “evil”. We’re now seeing clear cut heroes and villains come to the forefront and that will be even more true by the end of season 7. However, before we reach that point I believe we’ll see characters truly struggle with their own morality. Martin is a genius at taking characters and placing them in morally impossible situations. And now the stakes have never been higher because winter is here.

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Thanks so much for reading. I know I went long on this one. I really appreciate anyone who takes the time to read my posts, like them or follow me since I’m obviously just getting started here and still learning the ropes. Feedback is always welcome.

Game of Thrones Season 7 Predictions: Part 2

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Episode #61: “Dragonstone” (July 16)
Jon (Kit Harington) organizes the defense of the North. Cersei (Lena Headey) tries to even the odds. Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) comes home.
Written for television by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss; directed by Jeremy Podeswa.

Episode #62: “Stormborn” (July 23)
Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) receives an unexpected visitor. Jon (Kit Harington) faces a revolt. Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) plans the conquest of Westeros.
Written for television by Bryan Cogman; directed by Mark Mylod.

Episode #63: “The Queen’s Justice” (July 30)
Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) holds court. Cersei (Lena Headey) returns a gift. Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) learns from his mistakes.
Written for television by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss; directed by Mark Mylod.

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Above are the recently released titles and descriptions for the first three episodes. In this second prediction post I’d like to focus on Jon and the occurrences I believe may take place beyond the wall. Of course this involves many characters in a way that I don’t think we’ve ever seen before. And to finish off I’m going way out on a limb with a theory that I believe may be true, as incredible as it might sound. Again, I certainly don’t believe all my predictions will come to fruition, but I will be referencing leaked information and delving pretty deep into the story. So, if you’d rather go in knowing nothing than you may not want to read any further.

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As I stated in the first post I don’t believe Jon will be spending much time at Winterfell. His first stop will be at Dragonstone to visit his aunt Dany. The Stormborn has valuable weapons in the form of her dragons that Jon will certainly want to procure for the ensuing White Walker invasion. Now whether Jon makes the trip on his own accord or is summoned by Dany, I’m not sure. What we do know is he ends up there thanks to leaked photos and if you pay very close attention to certain shots in the trailer. He will be accompanied by Davos and cross paths with Theon, which as you can imagine, will not be a friendly reunion.

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There will actually be several reunions at Dragonstone, and one of the happier ones will be between Jon and Tyrion. If you remember Tyrion traveled with Jon when he went to the wall and after a rocky start, the two gained a healthy respect for one another. That was all the way back at the beginning of season 1. Every shot we have of Tyrion from the trailers he looks concerned. I believe part of the reason will come from Jon’s meeting with Dany. At this point she is hell bent on just one goal: The Iron Throne. However, Jon and Davos are about to drop a bombshell on her in the form of the White Walker incursion. While Dany is not one to laugh in the face of Jon, as say Cersei would, I have to imagine she’s going to find this difficult to fathom. And even if she were to believe Jon, would she feel like this is her responsibility? She may also make the argument that the first thing that needs to be done is to conquer Westeros and provide a united front against The Others. This is similar to Jon’s thinking when he needed to remove the Boltons from power and reclaim Winterfell. It would be highly ineffective trying to fight The White Walkers while rival factions are still fighting amongst themselves.

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No matter what her reasoning may be, the answer will be no. She won’t aid Jon in his war. I believe Tyrion may disagree with this decision. This would be rather ironic given how Tyrion was always the first to ridicule the fabled creatures that lurked beyond the wall as complete nonsense. However, we’ve seen a change in him regarding this overtime. He even makes a point during a small council meeting at the beginning of the second season to speak up in defense of Jeor Mormont when he sent them the hand of a wight. And let’s not forget he also scoffed at the notion of dragons for several seasons. I believe his respect for Jon will be enough to persuade him that it’s a course that should be strongly considered. I don’t see him and Dany coming to any real discourse over it, but I believe this might be part of the reason Tryion is looking so concerned lately. Of course there’s another reason that’s probably even bigger, but we’ll get to that later.

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Another reunion that will occur at Dragonstone will be between Melisandre, Jon and Davos. The last these three were together Jon banished her from The North for the burning of Shireen Baratheon. This was extremely lenient compared to what Davos wanted, which was for her to be executed immediately. I have to be honest here and admit I’m completely unsure how all this will play out. What I can say is I don’t believe Mel will survive this season. The reason for this is more practical than thematic. She has already brought Jon back to life, so her existence provides a safety net for him. Also, I’m of the belief that both Jon and Dany are Azor Ahai, or to be more accurate, it’s in the eye of the beholder as we’ve already seen on the show; some believing it’s Dany and others Jon. Therefor, Mel could also be a safety net for Dany if she were to die. In my opinion that safety net needs to be removed, meaning Mel will die. I believe Davos will once again demand justice upon seeing her at Dragonstone but Dany will refuse. But there’s someone else out there who wants to put an end to The Red Woman.

We Band of Brothers 

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We know from the trailer Jon meets up with Sandor Clegane and The Brotherhood Without Banners. Where this occurs is really just a guess but the last we saw of The Brotherhood they were heading north to fight the one true war. So my guess would be one of two options: either Jon and Davos return to Winterfell after their disappointing meeting with the Stormborn and find them there, or they encounter them upon their journey back north. Either way we know a small contingency of them go beyond The Wall and of course run into trouble. I believe they go north to capture evidence of the White Walker threat that they can show to all those who don’t believe or understand what is happening. I can’t think of another reason that twelve men and a direwolf would venture beyond The Wall.

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Book readers might appreciate this little side note: there’s a legend about a man known as The Last Hero who lived 8 thousand years ago during the first battle against the White Walkers. He and 11 other men traveled far north to find a way to defeat them and were eventually successful. If you look at the picture above we have exactly 12 men, one of them being Jon Snow. I’ve written before on how I believe The Last Hero, Azor Ahai, The Prince That Was Promised, and all the other names different cultures have for this historical character are all referring to the same man. They just have their own theological and cultural differences as to who he was. Therefor, if Jon is Azor Ahai, which I believe he is, he’s also The Last Hero, and here he is with is small band of warriors fighting to stop the night that will never end, just in a different way.

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Now obviously something goes very wrong for them as we see the army of the dead completely surround them. But first, just let geek out on how great this sequence is going to be. Thrones has always been a show with many storylines and characters that don’t often intersect. Well, this band of brothers includes no less than Jon Snow, Beric Dondarrion, Thoros of Myr, Tormund Giantsbane, Sandor Clegane and more. This will be epic. Anyhow, our band of heroes are in dire straits until something seems to catch the attention of The White Walker army.

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This is the most interesting shot of the second trailer for me. As Jon strikes down a wight he stops to stare off in the distance, which as far as I can tell, is exactly what the wights are doing. It’s quite obvious what has grabbed their attention as we quite a bit of fire in the distance. Now the only thing that I can think of that could cause this much fire north of The Wall is a dragon. It could be something we’re unaware of, but given what I know now, that’s got to be a dragon. Therefor, I believe Dany will finally decide to come to the aid of Jon and his compatriots. So when I said this was going to be an epic scene before, well now add Dany and at least one dragon. But of course there will be casualties.

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This shot of an obviously injured man escaping on horseback is Jon. How injured he is there’s no way to know. My Uncle Benjen will show up at the last moment and save Jon by giving him his horse and thus sacrificing himself. Thoros of Myr will also die and this goes right along with what I said about Melisandre; as a red priest capable of resurrecting people he was another safety net. Beyond that it’s anyone’s guess with the exception of Sandor who will survive. That is something I’ll touch on in Part 3.

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Let’s finish by touching on the possibly absurd but incredibly interesting. I have to begin by saying this was never my theory. In fact the first few times I heard it I found it ridiculous. However, the more I start putting all these millions of pieces together, the more possible it seems. For a much more in depth and articulate explanation check out my man Nex on YouTube at Game of Theories. We’ve already seen how Bran can effect events through different time periods when he’s in the weirwood.net. First, when witnessing The Tower of Joy incident, Bran speaks his father’s name and Ned hears him. Then his warging into Hodor while he was viewing the past completely changed the future for the boy who was Wyllas. Wyllas’ entire destiny became one moment. His entire life was altered. What if Bran unwittingly does this again, albeit with good intentions.

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Since we now know Bran does head south this season, I believe he’ll eventually travel to perhaps the most mysterious place in all of Westeros: The Isle of Faces. If he does, he may try to alter events in the past to prevent the creation of The White Walkers, which he saw happen in season 6. By doing this he could end up inadvertently being the reason they’ve once again awoken. I mean, that’s one of my major questions: why after 8 thousand years did they chose now to once again arise. It all seems to be connected to Bran. There are many Bran (Brandon) Starks throughout history. At one point in the book, Bran even thinks to himself that there were so many they’d become “one in his head”. So perhaps Bran is many of these different Brans throughout history trying to prevent the inevitable. Perhaps he’s even the Night King himself, explaining how he’s always able to sense Bran and even grab him and mark him within a vision. And perhaps Bran’s true importance is to close the loop he inadvertently began thousands of years ago. Or more likely, it will be Jon who must do this by killing Bran.

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Thanks as always for reading! I’ll wrap things up in Part 3 with the war for the Iron Throne.

Game of Thrones S7 Predictions: Part 1

HBO wasted little time releasing the second trailer for the highly anticipated season 7. In fact, this one came just a little over a month after the first was released. The one thing that really stands out here is the sheer amount of footage we’re provided with. This was certainly not what I was expecting. First off, season 7 will only contain 7 episodes making it the shortest season to date (even though the final two episodes will run 79 minutes and 89 minutes respectively, practically making them short films). On top of that, this has to be the season most shrouded in mystery. We are now past anything in the books and entering uncharted territory. That’s why speculation of what’s to come is at a fever pitch and this trailer just poured a ton of gas on this fire, and the cold winds are rising. Let’s dig in.

I’m not going to go through the trailer step by step considering it’s already been out for a bit and the internet is flooded with overviews. Instead, I’d like to address the parts that really stuck out to me and like always, offer some insight and prediction. Now I’m certainly not saying these predictions will be accurate, but I will be referencing several behind the scenes leaks and rumors. Therefor, if you really want to go into next season with a blank slate I should probably warn of possible spoilers. In this first part I’m going to discuss Winterfell and the northern realm.

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Winterfell

The opening shot of Sansa walking through the Godswood at Winterfell is interesting. She has a look of uncertainty mixed with what could be guilt as she seemingly want’s to look back, but can’t quite bring herself to do so. Littlefinger speaks over this shot leading us to believe it’s Sansa he’s addressing. However, it strikes me as a strange conversation for him to have with Sansa as he speaks of battles in all directions. Many believe Littlefinger will attempt to manipulate Sansa into taking power of Winterfell, allowing him to rule through her just as he does with Sweet Robin Arryn and The Vale. I also believe this and perhaps Sansa begins down this path or at least gives it serious consideration. However, there’s a major problem in Littlefinger’s scheme that’s shown to us in this trailer.

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That problem comes in the form of Bran Stark. Early in the trailer we see he and Meera in front of the gate located in The Wall leading us to believe they’re heading back south. This is confirmed later with the shot above of Bran sitting in a wheelchair in what certainly appears to be The Godswood at Winterfell. This puts a huge wrench in Littlefinger’s scheming. He may be able to convince people that Sansa’s the rightful heir to Winterfell over Jon (more on that in a moment) but there’s simply no arguing that Bran outranks her since he’s the eldest living male of Ned and Catelyn. The question is when does Bran arrive in Winterfell? There’s one more aspect to all this and that’s obviously Jon Snow.

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This clip from the first trailer shows an angry King in the North slamming Littlefinger against a wall. If you notice, they’re obviously in the crypts of Winterfell, a location that plays major significance to our story. Now Jon’s reason for this could be a great number of things. I’ve never even met Littlefinger and I’d like to choke the guy. However, I have a theory as to why. Back in season 5, Sansa and Littlefinger are in the crypts talking about Sansa’s aunt Lyanna. Sansa tells the old story about Rhaegar kidnapping and raping Lyanna and as she does so, Littlefinger gives her a look worth a thousand words; a look that says she is mistaken and he knows it. I believe Littlefinger knows the truth about Jon’s true parentage, or at the very least has a suspicion. Given his incredible ability to know what’s going on everywhere at anytime, it would almost be surprising if he didn’t. This could upset Jon who lived is whole life believing Ned to be his father. It could also weaken his newfound power amongst the north if it’s discovered his father was actually a Targaryen.

The second episode, named “Stormborn”, says in its description that “Jon faces a revolt”. I don’t think many of us find this surprising. This revolt could come from many places, including Littlefinger and The Vale, Northerners still unwilling to fight alongside wildings, and possibly fallout from punishments issued by Jon to those who fought against him in The Battle of the Bastards. Since I think we’re going to get Alys Karstark this season, is it possible that Jon will run into trouble with House Karstark just as Robb did? It was Alys’ uncle who stood with Ramsey and Smalljon Umber. It could even be the revelation of Jon’s true parentage. Nonetheless, I believe Jon will look elsewhere for support. In fact, we know this to be true since at some point he goes to Dragonstone as well as meets up with The Brotherhood Without Banners. We’ll get more into that later.

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As far as Littlefinger goes, I don’t believe he’ll survive this season. Like I said, I think he’ll be able to manipulate Sansa to an extent but his house of cards are on shaky ground already. Bronze Yohn Royce, one of the most powerful lords of The Vale, has been fostering Robin Arryn. Early in season 6 Littlefinger proves his power over the boy by nearly convincing him to execute Royce when he stepped out of line. If you look closely at one of the shots you’ll spot Royce seated in the great hall of Winterfell. That leads me to believe Robin is there, too. As much power as Littlefinger has over the boy, there’s one who may have more: Sansa.

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If Sansa can turn Robin against Littlefinger than he loses all his support from The Vale. So what might turn Sansa against Littlefinger? Well, there’s a man who’s been conspicuously absent in both trailers who knows about Littlefinger’s treachery against Ned Stark: Varys. Varys also knows that it was Littlefinger who played a major role in the death of Jon Arryn, former lord of The Vale. This would be rather upsetting information to the lords and knights of The Vale currently at Winterfell, not to mention Jon Arryn’s son, Robin. And we know Varys would love to take his old nemesis down. Sansa needs a strong story arc this season. Too long has she played the naïve little girl or the victim. I believe this is the season she finally breaks that mold and comes into her own. She’ll eventually use all that Littlefinger taught her about the game against him and take him down. Another small note is we see Brienne and Podrick at Winterfell. Brienne has sworn allegiance to Sansa and may be and important ally at some point.

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So bottom line is I believe the Winterfell story arc will primarily belong to Sansa. She will not be fighting beyond The Wall or in the south. She’ll be fighting to make difficult decisions and I believe she’ll stumble but eventually prevail as we’ve wanted her to for so long. Bran may end up Lord of Winterfell by season’s end but that probably won’t matter much either way. I believe Bran, like Jon, have far bigger roles to play. As for Jon, I think he’ll only be at Winterfell for two maybe three episodes considering what we know about him being at Dragonstone, Beyond the Wall, and King’s Landing. Yes, King’s Landing.

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I’ll get into that and more in Part 2. Thanks so much for reading and feedback is always welcome.