The Game of Thrones prophecy that spells trouble for Daenerys

Pierre Vaugeois
Août 13, 2017

Aside from the sad state of affairs with the HBO hack and leak of episode four things have been kept relatively quiet.

Perhaps they are being cautious after the hacking they experienced last week, but there is a fair amount to mull over.

With all of us holding our breath and wondering if Jaime is alive after that insane Loot Train Battle, there's a lot to wonder about for the future if he is alive.

Following last week's harrowing episode of "Game of Thrones" that saw Daenerys Targaryen launch a fiery offensive against the Lannister army by not only unleashing her Dothraki horde but using her dragon Drogon to burn her enemies to ash, she's finally earned a victory against Cersei Lannister. No body, no gold hand, no hint of Bronn (or Drogon) pulling him out of the lake he was hurled into to avoid a burst of dragon fire.

Though the movie has tons of old school battles to draw inspiration from, the showrunners took inspiration from Apocalypse Now when they had Daenerys driving in with her dragon.

Don't expect this to be the ignoble end to the knight, though.

"You'll have to make her listen", Varys can be seen telling Tyrion in a preview.

For the time being, though, Daenerys may also be in the process of regrouping. But what if he's referring to Cersei, Tyrion's sister? This is her big mistake, Tywin was no fool and he knew that while the Lannisters were in debt to the Bank the Bank had a vested interest in their success. But with the seven kingdoms on the line, loyalty is hard to find. When she thought so before, she still had her children, but now she's all alone. A one- to three-man team would have been enough to keep tabs on the Iron Fleet, which by then would have been heading southward to King's Landing. Hypothetically, Daenerys captures Jaime and bids to trade him to Cersei in exchange for something she could profit from most.

Cersei will be killed by one of her younger siblings and while she always believed would be the one to commit the crime, it's possible that her younger twin, Jaime, could kill her.

He was behind "The Spoils of War", and the ominously-named upcoming episode "Eastwatch". Some of them have basically been proven already (R+L=J) while others don't seem to be panning out (Lady Stoneheart is coming...).

Tyrion and Daenerys who are seen standing together at the High Garden with the remaining Lannister soldiers suggest the scene were Khaleesi will be offering them with two options, bend the knee or face death. The scene ended there, but when we see them walking out of the cave he's trailing a few steps behind, as, say Prince Philip does behind Queen Elizabeth II.

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