Game of Thrones Season 8 Theory: What happened to Jaime Lannister? Game of Thrones Season 8 Theory: What happened to Jaime Lannister?

06 May , 2019

ALRIGHT ALRIGHT. I KNOW MY NIGHT KING THEORY WAS WRONG BUT HERE ME OUT! 

Spoiler warning: TURN BACK NOW if you haven't seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones! 

Jaime Lannister, what happened?! Him and Brienne had a twinkling affection for each other... But no, Jaime abandoned her because he couldn't leave Cersei. She's his love and he's always been evil just like her. However, is it possible that Jaime left Brienne to rid the world of Cersei, someone horrible for the realm? I think so... 

Weiss and Benioff talked about episode 4 and used the term "addiction" for Jaime's feelings toward Cersei. He's loved her for a long time. She was his first and, possibly, his last. But he went all the way to the North to fight for the living... what sense would it make for him to betray Cersei only to turn around like a puppy dog afterward? It doesn't make sense for him to do what's right for the people, then turn his back on them again? Here's my: 

Jaime is going to kill Cersei. And on his way, he will run into Bronn the Hound and Arya. The four of them will break into the Red Keep and Clegane Bowl will break out. 

After that, Jaime will come to the decision that he needs to kill Cersei. She will probably expose the wildfire plot to him and there's no way he'd let her live after that. The fire not only destroyed House Tyrell but also caused Tommen's suicide. Once he finds out it's off with her head. And after, he'll decide he can't live without her or that she was pregnant with his child. Jaime will then commit suicide. 

 

This was a quick one but what'd ya think? Was I WAY off on this one? I know I'm reaching, but could Jaime be the one to end Cersei? Let us know in the comments! 

ALRIGHT ALRIGHT. I KNOW MY NIGHT KING THEORY WAS WRONG BUT HERE ME OUT! 

Spoiler warning: TURN BACK NOW if you haven't seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones! 

Jaime Lannister, what happened?! Him and Brienne had a twinkling affection for each other... But no, Jaime abandoned her because he couldn't leave Cersei. She's his love and he's always been evil just like her. However, is it possible that Jaime left Brienne to rid the world of Cersei, someone horrible for the realm? I think so... 

Weiss and Benioff talked about episode 4 and used the term "addiction" for Jaime's feelings toward Cersei. He's loved her for a long time. She was his first and, possibly, his last. But he went all the way to the North to fight for the living... what sense would it make for him to betray Cersei only to turn around like a puppy dog afterward? It doesn't make sense for him to do what's right for the people, then turn his back on them again? Here's my: 

Jaime is going to kill Cersei. And on his way, he will run into Bronn the Hound and Arya. The four of them will break into the Red Keep and Clegane Bowl will break out. 

After that, Jaime will come to the decision that he needs to kill Cersei. She will probably expose the wildfire plot to him and there's no way he'd let her live after that. The fire not only destroyed House Tyrell but also caused Tommen's suicide. Once he finds out it's off with her head. And after, he'll decide he can't live without her or that she was pregnant with his child. Jaime will then commit suicide. 

 

This was a quick one but what'd ya think? Was I WAY off on this one? I know I'm reaching, but could Jaime be the one to end Cersei? Let us know in the comments! 

Leave a Reply

All blog comments are checked prior to publishing