'The night is long and full of terrors' and now those smug, arrogant friends of yours and those internet trolls who read the books are as much in the dark as the rest of us are. No longer can they hold their knowledge of what is most likely going to happen over our heads. That person that got you to watch the show and had you thinking that Lord Stark would be crowned King? Nope. That friend who was smirking when 'Rains of Castamere' started to play before 'The Red Wedding?" Not a chance. That week on the internet when 80's comedian Gallagher became really popular right before The Red Viper squared off with The Mountain? Done. And last but not least, all that talk about Jon Snow becoming the new King of Westeros are now as cold and silent as his frozen corpse. Nobody knows what's coming now.
The show itself, which began in 2011, has now surpassed the source material of the books that were first published in 1996; the last of which was published the same year the TV show started. The show has now come to a point where the writers of the show will basically do what they want. I'm sure there have been conversations with A Song of Fire and Ice writer George R.R. Martin and they will attempt to follow the same path as the yet to be written novels. However, Martin is the kind of writer who clearly just does whatever he wants. Who's to say that he won't watch what happens in the show and then decide to do something completely different. The moment season six airs on April 24th all the readers and all the viewers will be on the same page for once. Be warned, though, there are spoilers aplenty ahead.
12 Ser Jorah Mormont
We'll begin with those we know for a fact are not long for this world. Last season, Jorah became infected by a disease known as Greyscale by a group of the infected persons known as Stone Men whilst trying to save his and Tyrion Lannister's lives. The disease is a little like leprosy, except it turns the skin into unliving hard flesh, killing nerves and disfiguring the infected in the process. It has been seen before, not only by the Stone Men, but the daughter of Stannis Baratheon named Shireen managed to stop the disease but it left half of her face covered. It's safe to say that if Jorah knew about a cure, he would have gone in search of it by now.
11 Alliser Thorne
I'm not one for politics, but you probably shouldn't be allowed to be the next Lord Commander of the Night's Watch if you were the first person to help stab the last Lord Commander to death. That being said, Alliser is most likely going to be the next Lord Commander. That also being said, I don't believe the Night's Watch are long for this world.. at least not in their current form.
10 Roose Bolton
9 Melisandre 'The Red Woman'
8 The High Sparrow and Lancel Lannister
With things going South for Cersei at King's Landing and the news of the death of another one of her children, she may call it quits at being Queen (former Queen) and take up the mantel her father once held, becoming the head of the House Lannister and protecting her remaining children's legacy from afar where she'll get away with doing more evil things, I assume. Also, a war with Dorne is probably going to happen.
7 Rhaegar Targaryen
6 Sandor Clegane
5 Syrio Forel
4 Benjen Stark
3 Daario Naharis
This mercenary is basically the Game of Thrones version of Darryl Dixon. Whenever he comes on-screen it is to do something amazing. From saving the life of our favorite dwarf to amassing the highest deathtoll by a single person in the Battle of Blackwater, Bronn has been the most un-loyally loyal character since the show started. However, his previous adventure into Dorne with Jamie Lannister may be his last.
1 Sansa Stark
Sources: wikia, winteriscoming
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