"Game of Thrones" - The Biggest Questions Ahead of the Final Season!!

The final season of “Game Of Thrones” premieres this Sunday, April 14th. Need a refresher?? Here's what’s happened so far over seven seasons – and it’s a lot.

So, before we found out how the story wraps up, let’s go over some of the biggest questions we have… hopefully, they’ll be answered by the finale.

  • What’s the deal with Bran’s abilities? We know Bran has “greensight,” which gives him prophetic dreams. He discovered his bird form, the Three-Eyed-Raven, through the dreams, can witness any event in Westeros, and even take over the bodies of animals. So, does that mean he could take over a dragon? And how was the Night King able to touch him during one of his visions? What’s the real deal?
  • Are Jon Snow and Daenerys going to find out their related… or what?So, Jon Snow and Daenerys are in a hot n’ heavy romance… but we know thanks to Bran that Jon is technically Daenerys’ nephew. How will they react if they find out they’re related? Keep in mind, those kinds of relationships aren’t exactly frowned upon in the world of “Game Of Thrones” –ahem, Cersei and her brother Jaime.
  • Will all of Cersei’s prophecy come true?Almost all of Cersei’s prophecy has come true: she married Robert and not Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, Robert had 20 fatherless children, she gave birth to her three children… but there’s one missing. Who is the younger queen coming for her?
  • How did Tyrion convince Cersei’s truce with Daenerys?All we know is Tyrion and Cersei had a meeting, and after said meeting she decided to call a truce with Daenerys and the Northern armies. While we know she had a plan all along, and that of course had a role in her cease-fire, what did Tyrion tell her to bring about that decision?
  • Where the heck is Melisandre?The last time we saw the the Red Priestess, she was telling Varys she was heading to Volantis and that she’d return to Westeros “one last time.” Is she actually going to get some followers or maybe an army to bring back?… hopefully we’ll find out this season.
  • Is Ned Stark actually alive?If there’s one thing we know about “Game Of Thrones,” character deaths are never for certain. I mean, remember what happened to Jon Snow? So, could Ned Stark actually have been in hiding this whole time after being resurrected?
  • Is Arya even really Arya anymore? Similarly, there’s a theory that Arya may have been an imposter ever since she fought the Waif. We never saw her die or the Waif die, we just saw Arya emerge from the dark room. Seeing as the Waif can steal the faces of the dead, it’s possible Arya isn’t her true self.
  • Lastly, the big one:Who will take the Iron Throne?Who’s it going to be? Daenerys? Cersei? Jon Snow? Gendry, the last Baratheon? Will there even be an Iron Throne by the end? Daenerys did have that vision that implied the Throne may be destroyed or otherwise cease to exist.

Keep these questions in mind, but remember, don’t bank on the answer you want. Fans have been told that the ending is “bittersweet,” and many of the stars have “mixed feelings” about it. The final season of “Game Of Thrones” airs on Sunday, April 14th on HBO at 9pm ET.

  • ONE MORE THING!As the end approaches, the stars are looking back at their time on the hit show. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime Lannister, remembers the time that HBO almost sued him over a little prank. Basically, his character is supposed to be known for his “long golden locks,” so he thought it would be funny to pretend to buzz his hair off. “I sent a long letter where I explained I’d taken control of my character and I want to be respected,” he explains. Well, HBO took it really seriously. And when they found out it was a hoax, they almost sued him. 

  • BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE! Can’t keep track of who’s alive and who isn’t? The Washington Post has you covered. They’ve published an illustrated guide of all 1,243 deaths on the show,including the animals. Check it out HERE.

 
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