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For sure both things will happen because there are photos ( Yara will be captured and Theon will be beaten) but maybe the timeline is not really how it’s written in the spoilers and if it’s not like that why should I believe that these are really leaked scripts and not just ideas from people who saw the photos like me. Cersei and her family killed half Starks so I don’t see how Jon will be able to ignore that and made. Queen, she will take what she thinks is hers with “ blood and fire”. Like. Littlefinger is Sansa kill, as Ramsey was, and it will be a. Also I like more the idea of killing him with poison and not a knife. After all it all started with Littlefinger poisoning Jon Arryn and Littlefinger used poison with Joffrey and Sansa was framed for that murder. Olenna telling Jaime that she killed Joffrey, and Olenna then poisons herself, dying in front of Jaime. I’m not sure but did lady Olenna have scenes with Jamie where they talked like enemies. These 2 women had a lot of history and Lady Olenna is too sassy to just kill herself without first saying what she thinks to Cersei. I like Lady Olenna a lot so I hope for a more emotional death scene for her than not one with Jamie. His first death was important, not only because of who killed him ( the betrayal was an emotional moment) but also because of how it frees him from his vow to be a NW. This second death doesn’t look much special and doesn’t have a special purpose, for me it’s not something fit for the leading character. Also if they start to kill him and bring him back and it start to become a habit it will lose the special meaning of him being TPTWP. In the book it was so important when Beric give it to Cat but giving it to Jon in a not so epic death scene seems to me a little. That Jon is not much like the Jon I saw in 6 seasons so I hope it will not happen. Blackfish: what about dying fightning alongside my friend This gives Jaime motivation and he starts slashing trough walters it will be an epic scene of fightning Daario sees Jaime and jumps on him Daario is played by a new actor its Jaimie Foxx Daario: Bend the knee and I will kill you fast kinglsayrr Jaime: you should have said fishsaver because thars who i am Daario: you are weak like the sandsnakes.

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