September 28, 2019 100

Season 8 Predictions Game of Thrones

Season 8 Predictions Game of Thrones


Bronn is Somebody… with a capital S. He’s
somebody important. Tyrion finds Bronn at the Inn at the Crossroads
and he buys his room. -You can have my room. -There’s a clever man. -Bronn is part of the group that captures Tyrion. Then he travels with Catelyn to the Eyrie. They get attacked by hill tribes and the man
can fight. He’s a scoundrel. Him and Tyrion hit it off. -Nothing like a woman after a fight. Give me ten good men and some climbing spikes. I’ll impregnate the bitch. -Sound familiar? He’s an entrepreneur. He puts his life on the line for Tyrion several
times for some gold. Let’s be fair. Probably a lot of gold. Tyrion is a Lannister. -You don’t fight with honor! -No. He did. -Honor is overrated, according to Bronn. He may have done something honorable in the
past and got punished for it. So if I’m gonna be skeptical I might wonder
where he learned all of this. Where does he come from? How did he become such a good fighter and
why is he so interested in gold? Or is he even interested in gold? Because it might be the case that he’s just
interested in saving Tyrion for some reason, and he’s using gold as an excuse to do that
without blowing his cover. Okay this is good. Alright Tyrion takes Bronn to meet his dad. -And who are these companions of yours? -This is Shagga, son of Dolf, chieftan of the
Stonecrows. Timmett, son of Timmett, ruler of the Burned
Men. This fair maid is Chella, daughter of Chek,
leader of the Black Ears. And here we have Bronn, son of… -You wouldn’t know him. -Son of you wouldn’t know him. Then we get a cut to Tywin and then Kevin,
looking down. We’ve got an inquiring shake from Tywin and
a moment of understanding from Kevan. Lannisters are familiar with what it looks
like when people latch onto them for money. Tywin’s little head move says “What is that
supposed to mean? What are you hiding?” He’s skeptical. That’s why he’s Tywin. And then Tywin walks up to inspect the men. He gives Bronn this look. It’s like teasing a moment of uh… discovery. Eenie meenie miney moe, who is he going to
stop to examine? That’s the tension. It’s either going to be Bronn or one of the
three mountain people. He passes by Bronn. So whatever Tywin and the audience would have
learned by questioning Bronn, we don’t get to know it yet. The implication is that we have to wait to
find out later. The drinking game! Ok this is where the best clues happen. Tyrion wants to play a game where he guesses
something about your past and if he’s right you have to drink. -Here’s how it works. I make a statement about your past. If I’m right, you drink. If I’m wrong, I drink. And no lying! I’ll know if you’re lying. -I don’t want to play this game. -Shae doesn’t want to play the game, which
makes me suspicious. Like what is she hiding? She gets really defensive about her family and it comes up again when she’s talking to Varys. So there are hints that Shae might not have
been who she seemed either. But okay Bronn… let’s get back to Bronn. Fine. Bronn first. Your father beat you. -But my mother hit harder. -You killed your first man before you were
twelve. It was a woman. She swung an axe at me. -You’ve been north of the Wall. -What brought you up there? -Work. -So both of his parents beat him. Which means he had both of his parents. His mother was a tough women, to put it kindly. He killed his first person before he was twelve
and it was a woman. Because she flung an axe at him. So maybe the person he killed was his mother. Might be his mother. And he’s been north of the Wall for work. Now if this were the books I would say “work”
seems like double speak. It’s true, technically, but it’s not true
in the way that it’s conveyed. For example he may have been a ranger in the
Night’s Watch who deserted. Or his father may have gone north of the Wall
for work, had a child, and Bronn was the child. Work put him up there! -And! You once loved a woman many years ago but
it turned out badly so you’ve never let yourself love again. -Hah! -Oh wait, that’s me. -So Bronn gives him this look like “Are we
still talking about me? Or you?” And then Tyrion goes on to tell the story
about Tysha, the girl who he was set up to rescue. She turned out to be a whore and his father
had his men rape her in front of him to humiliate him. And Bronn said he’s heard that story before
from the Lannister knights. -Our lord here used to be married. -Married? -How did you hear that? -You hear lots of things playing dice with
Lannister soldiers. -So that explains the look from before. Now you might be thinking that this isn’t a real
mystery. But the writers keep the mystery alive. It’s referenced in Season 7 when Jaime says
this to Bronn. -You’re Bronn of the Blackwater, formerly of
whatever nameless shitheap you’re from. -Formerly of whatever nameless shit heap you’re
from. This gives me the feeling that if we do find
out where he’s from, it won’t be a nameless shit heap. It’ll be the exact opposite of that. It’ll make Jaime ironically wrong and it’ll
sort of enrich this moment on a rewatch. -With a saddlebag full of gold, complaining
about not getting paid. When we win this war all the castles in the
seven kingdoms will be yours to choose from with no one left to take them away from you. -Bronn really wants a castle which might indicate
that he or his family once had a castle and lost it. -I didn’t expect it to smell like that. -Men shit themselves when they die. Didn’t they teach you that at Fancy Lad School? Well I learnt it when I was five. -And when he was five he learned that men shit
themselves when they die. It sounds like Bronn had a lovely childhood. He said he killed his first person before he
was twelve and it was a woman. So unless he Bronn killed the woman when he
was four or younger, who threw an axe at a four-year-old, which both seem ulikely, then
Bronn didn’t kill the man who shit himself when he died. Which means someone else killed him and Bronn
witnessed it. So maybe the man was his father and the killer
was his mother. Bronn has a chip on his shoulder about highborn
people, which isn’t particularly strange, but it might support the idea that his family
once had something, and lost it. So whoever his guy is, I think Bronn is his
secret identity and he’s trying to… he’s trying to be somebody he’s not. His words shout “I’m a villain.” But his actions shout “I’m a hero.” And he hates that. He’s trying to hide that he’s a hero. I know I’m gonna get a lot of flack for this
one. Sansa and Tyrion. I think they’re gonna end up honoring their
marriage at the end, and there’s a lot of supporting evidence for it. The story starts off with this Stark versus
Lannister rivalry. The world’s going to crap because everybody’s
disprespecting the principles. They’re doing incest, homicide, betrayal,
underage drinking, desertion, pride, neglect. Everyone’s screwing up across the board, Starks
and Lannisters alike. -Sometimes I wonder if this is the price for
what we’ve done. For our sins. Sansa is really the only significant character to embrace her feminine upbringing. She was raised to value family, diplomacy,
needlework, courtesies. And make no mistake, this world needs ladylike
ladies in order to function. (singing) -Gentle mother, font of mercy… -There’s real power in this. -The red stallion was always a welcome sight
at Riverrun. My father counts Jonas Bracken amongst his
oldest and most loyal bannermen. -My lord is honored by his trust. -I don’t quite see the purpose of this. -The thing Sansa has wanted since the beginning
is to have babies and make a family. -I’m supposed to marry prince Joffrey! I love him! And I’m meant to be his queen and have
his babies! -Seven hells. -And there’s nothing naive about that. It’s a perfectly realistic and healthy dream. -I’m stupid. A stupid little girl with stupid dreams who
never learns. -But her story has been one disappointing match
after another. -Killing you would send your brother a message. -Joffrey, Loras, Tyrion, Littlefinger, Ramsay… But only one of those matches was looking
out for her simply because it was the right thing to do. -She is no longer yours to torment. I promise you one thing my lady, I won’t ever
hurt you. -And expecting nothing in return. -What if I never want you to? -And so my watch begins. -But Sansa didn’t want to marry Tyrion for
two reasons. One, his name. He’s a Lannister and the Starks are at war with the Lannisters. -But women in our position must make the best
of our circumstances. -How do I make the best of my circumstances? I have to marry him. -Has Lord Tyrion mistreated you? -No. -Has he been kind to you? -He’s tried. -You don’t want him though. -He’s a Lannister. -Far from the worst Lannister, wouldn’t you
say? -And two, he’s a dwarf. -And your son, if I’m not mistaken, might be the Lord of Casterly Rock and the North some day. He’s rather good looking, even with the scar. Especially with the scar. -He’s a dwarf. -Sansa isn’t shallow. Attraction is important. But Margaery points out to her that looks
aren’t the most important thing. And besides, he’s probably pretty good in
the sack. -Some women like tall men. Some like short men. Some like hairy men, some like bald men. Gentle men, rough men, ugly men, pretty men,
pretty girls. Most women don’t know what they like until
they’ve tried it and sadly so many of us get to try so little before we’re old and grey. Tyrion may surprise you. From what I’ve heard he’s quite experienced. -And that’s a good thing? -It can be. We’re very complicated you know. Pleasing us takes practice. -Believe it or not, Tyrion doesn’t want to
have sex with Sansa either. -She’s a child. -She’s a foot taller than you. -A tall child. -What’s the youngest you’ve ever had? -Not that young. -How much older? -Older. -You’re a Lord, she’s a Lady. And a beauty at that. I don’t see the problem. You want to fuck that Stark girl, you just
don’t want to admit it. -I don’t pay you to put evil notions in my
head. The ones already there don’t need company. I didn’t ask for this marriage. I didn’t want it. -No? She’s a beautiful girl. You said so yourself. -That doesn’t mean that… This is duty, not desire. -Is that what you will tell yourself when you
fuck her? -I don’t have a choice! -I hear Shae’s criticism of Tyrion from some
of the fans too. But it’s just plain wrong. It doesn’t hold up from any angle of analysis. He can obviously see that she’s pretty, but
attraction isn’t the same thing as sexual intent. How many fourteen-year-old girls has Tyrion
fucked in the past? Zero. What kind of women does Tyrion actually fuck? Women much older than Sansa. If Tyrion is lying to Shae about not wanting
to fuck Sansa in order to maintain his relationship with Shae, why does he lie again to Bronn,
Tywin, and Cersei in the absense of Shae? Not to mention there is a very strong evolutionary
reason why men are uncomfortable with the idea of having sex with a girl who looks like
she may be too young to survive child birth. -But your father… -If my father wants someone to get fucked,
I know where he can start. -So I don’t think that reading holds up at
all. Everything about Tyrion’s body language says
that he’s very uncomfortable with the subject. So I believe Tyrion when he says that he doesn’t
want to have sex with Sansa, even if it’s difficult for Shae to understand. Despite the outside pressures that are straining
the relationship, Tyrion and Sansa are pretty good friends. They banter, cooperate, commiserate. -The disgraced daughter and the demon monkey. We’re perfect for each other. -I hear that you’re a pervert. -I am the Imp. I have certain standards to maintain. -His room will stink but he won’t know where
it’s coming from. -Lady Sansa! -And they look out for each other. During the Battle of Blackwater, drunk Cersei
gets some kind of sick pleasure out of indoctrinating Sansa with a bunch of feminist lies. -He was heir to Casterly Rock and I was sold
to some stranger like a horse to be ridden whenever he desired. -But Sansa is a smart kid and it doesn’t even
trip her up. -You were Robert’s queen! -She knows what she wants out of life. And you know what? Not drunk Cersei doesn’t believe drunk Cersei either. -You want to make things better for Sansa?
Give her a child. -So you can tell father it was you who finally
talked me into it. -So she can have some happiness in her life. If it weren’t for my children I’d have thrown
myself from the highest window in the Red Keep They’re the reason I’m alive. -Catelyn gave Robb some great advice. -Your father didn’t love me when we married. He hardly knew me, or I him. Love didn’t just happen to us. We built it slowly over the years, stone-by-stone. For you, for your brothers and sisters, for
all of us. It’s not as exciting as secret passion in
the woods but it is stronger. It lasts longer. -Robb ignored Catelyn’s advice and it didn’t
work out so well for him. But maybe Sansa took a lesson or two from
her mother. Tyrion is impressed with Sansa’s resilience. Lady Stark. You may survive us yet. -But what’s the status of their marriage? It was never annulled and Sansa went on to
marry Ramsay. -I assure you, she’s still a virgin. Tyrion never consummated the marriage. By the law of the land she is no man’s wife. -Littlefinger says that because Tyrion didn’t
consummate the marriage, it doesn’t count by the law of the land. But he’s Littlefinger. And what about
the law of the gods? -We stand here in the sight of gods and men. Now and forever! -What better way for Sansa to demonstrate her
transformation from naive selfish princess to wise selfless queen than to bring a lasting
peace between houses Stark and Lannister by honoring her marriage vow? One of those disrespected principle things
at the beginning that plunged everyone into chaos. -The best way to forge a lasting alliance isn’t
by peeling a man’s skin off. The best way is marriage. -A marriage with a pretty decent guy. -Tyrion is not like the other Lannisters.
He was always kind to me. -Who can give her the family she always wanted
to have. Perhaps in a castle better suited to her nature
than Winterfell. -Growing up at Winterfell all I ever wanted
was to escape. To come here, to the Capital. To see the southern knights in their painted
armor and King’s Landing after dark. All the candles burning in all those windows. -George RR Martin likes to cite a quote that
goes something like this. When the facts conflict with the legend, print
the legend. So when I think about what might make a good
ending for a character, one metric I like to use is to ask myself this: A hundred years from now, in the story, how
good would this ending look in a Westerosi children’s storybook? So how’s this for a storybook? Once upon a time, the most beautiful maiden
in the land was forced by the evil king to marry his uncle, the most hideous dwarf in
the land. Together, the maiden and the dwarf killed
the evil king, fell in love anyway, and lived happily ever after. If you like my wacky TV show theories, leave
a like. If you don’t like it, let’s be honest. It’s probably just because you’re a SanSan
shipper. -You won’t hurt me. -Thanks for watching.

100 Replies to “Season 8 Predictions Game of Thrones”

  • Shane Flanegan says:

    Nah, I like and think you might be onto something. Would make for a great story in years to come and for now… ;-}

  • Mary Griffin says:

    I am 100% on board with the Tyrion/Sansa marriage back on. I've said that since they were reunited.

  • Kylie Minou says:

    The mountain can't die, he dead already. Sorry commenting on previous vid

  • nancy best says:

    I knew our Arya is would be would Gendry And I think you’re hundred percent right about Tyrion Lannister and Sansa I thought that from when they first got married

  • Tilly T says:

    No great mystery Bronn is a mercenary ! It’s not that complicated !

  • JAGWAH66 says:

    Sansa is playing Tyrion you fools.

  • toni manes says:

    I think maybe Arya is the hooded figure, she was on her way to Kings landing with the hound..Cersai is still on her kill list so maybe she was captured..

  • jacqueline manzano says:

    Thank you for sharing your narrative on GOT. IMO, Bronn has the same shrewdness as Littlefinger. They both make very strategic moves throughout the show, (for personal gain),  yet they work hard to remain innocuous. Littlefinger and Bronn's end goal has to be explosive and surprising, because Littlefinger is very much alive and well.

  • Nefeli Diamantidi says:

    Bronn probably is a bastard Lannister who is going to kill Cersei (her valonqar) according to prophesy

  • Lily Val says:

    Yeah its sweet, but wierd. He's a dwarf. He's cool & all, but another lesser beauty can have him.

  • Samuel Woods says:

    Bronn is clearly going to end up with the twin castles.

  • Phillip Castillo says:

    Bron Casterly is my guess. The original owners of Casterly rock.

  • Rominna Pasutti says:

    I wonder if anyone has noticed that Hodor represented hercules ripping the gate of libra from the ground. In ancient times, the scales of libra that tipped towards winter were represented by doorways. This is why sumer and babylonia have scorpion men guarding the gate as per the epic of gilgamesh, i.e. the oldest story we have in its near completeness. So, what happens when the gate falls? summer dies, winter begins, and our hero is transformed into a demigod….and in GOT? summer the direwolf dies, the white walkers advance, and bran dies and is reborn as the three eyed raven. The constellation Corvus sits within that of libra, alongside hercules and means crow or raven. It is also associated with "certain mystic powers and in particular the ability to foresee the future" and was apollo the sun gods favorite bird. Also, along with the constellation crater the two formed what was viewed as a gate to the underworld, and when visible marked the start of autumn. It is become obvious that this story is just another retelling of the precession of equinox. If anyone wants to know how it ends, read a bible or any of the more ancient stories the bible ripped off, or just look at the night sky. It is the greatest story ever told but personally i am starting to wish someone could come up with something original and stop plagiarizing.

  • Makarov Fox says:

    Jon of the House Targaryen, the one who returned from the dead, the First of His Name, King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, and Protector of the Realm.

  • andre weber says:

    your speculation are way out of left field

  • reksub says:

    I just realized that the hounds father was calling him a basterd..SANDor Clegane..neat.

  • Phyllis newman says:

    I love your voice

  • Mariana Padoan says:

    It would be nice to see them married, but she doesn’t need to honor vowels she was forced to take by the ones violating her every day.
    And I see no indication that they have more than affection for each other. They look a lot more like good friends and alies (her in the north, him at the capital or casterty rock) then a couple.
    And although Cersei is a manipulative person, she also suffered from not wanting to marry Robert when she was always in love with Jaime. So what she tels Sansa is not feminist bulshit, is how she really feels, one of her rare moments of vulnerability that probably happened because she thought they would all die that day. She has feelings too you know (actually, a lot of those and Tyrion seems to be the one person who knows that).

  • pusc1f3r says:

    What if Bronn is no one?

  • Elaine says:

    I have come to realize that the writers don't have a clue what they are doing. In six badly written and executed episodes the whole series is ruined. Maybe if the writers watched some of these vids they'd get much better ideas than the ones that are in their head

  • Petros Josephides says:

    "Lann must have
    been clever enough not to rely solely on his wits. After all, where today is
    House Casterly?"

    ―Tywin Lannister

    House Casterly of Casterly Rock is an extinct Great House of
    Westeros from the time of the First Men. They ruled from their seat of Casterly
    Rock, until they were swindled from their castle by the legendary trickster,
    Lann the Clever OF LANNISTERS

    WOULDN’T BE SURPRICED IF BRONN IS DECENTANT OF HOUSE
    CASTERLY!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Petros Josephides says:

    "Lann must have been clever enough not to rely solely on his wits. After all, where today is
    House Casterly?"

    ―Tywin Lannister

    House Casterly of Casterly Rock is an extinct Great House of
    Westeros from the time of the First Men. They ruled from their seat of Casterly
    Rock, until they were swindled from their castle by the legendary trickster,
    Lann the Clever OF LANNISTERS

    WOULDN’T BE SURPRICED IF BRONN IS DECENTANT OF HOUSE
    CASTERLY!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Lars Meineke says:

    I suspect Bron to be a surviving member of one of the rebellious families Reyne or Tarbeck, that got extinct by Tywin Lannister – the event the lannister song is about.

  • mathatter91 • says:

    Anyone think Shae was one of the most annoying characters in the show? She knew going to Kings Landing that she would have to deal with things she didn’t like but that dumbass acted as if Tyrion should treat her like a wife. Such stupid writing.

  • James Stevens says:

    "When the facts conflict with the legend, print the legend" – This Martin "quote" was actually first said in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence" a movie with John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart.

  • dearashad says:

    I’ve been saying this for over two years; my daughter thinks I’m batshit

  • Ryan Ranger says:

    “Shea wasn’t who she seemed either”. A despicable whore out only for herself?

  • Suzanne Davies says:

    Brown is a crow deserter!!

  • Suzanne Davies says:

    Maybe he is mince raiders son??

  • Suzanne Davies says:

    Mance

  • craig owensby says:

    But Sansa has betrayed Jon by telling Varys about Jon’s real identity. This makes Sansa a player of the game, and Bran’s war is against the game. Tyrion is not a player. He plays, but he plays as one wounded, and so as one who wishes to fix a broken world. Tyrion is, in many ways a revolutionary, just as Varys is, except Varys ultimately wants the power for a kind of revenge, while Tyrion wants to fix things and bring peace.

    So Tyrion and Sansa will marry in order to control Sansa’s worst instincts, and they will live in Winterfell where Tyrion will die, as he predicted.

  • ese hombre says:

    It's possible that Arya and Bronn due it out with Arya winning. Bronn has more experience but would under estimate Arya.

  • Ed Krause says:

    Ya think Brom might be of house Reyne of Castamere?

  • MrsDallimore08 says:

    Maybe Bron was recognised by Tywin as his bastard and Bron gets close to Jamie and Tyrion as they are his brothers. He’s jealous of their money power etc he wants it for himself

  • Sunny Jim says:

    Bron is the last survivor of house castamere

  • str8poolrtw says:

    Its a lil funny how John Snow is a Targaryan "WITH BLACK HAIR!!!" All other Targaryanites have the extremely rare silver hair and John is as black as a bear; but i dont care about their hair, all i know is John Snow is the heir. I swear it's startin to show Daenerys does care and John Snow should beware of how Daenerys' eyes stare in the air with a nasty glare; cant wait to see how they fare!!!

  • Parker Dolan says:

    Bronn should have died seasons ago…

  • Andrew Old says:

    I love that fairytale!

  • Andrea Bennett says:

    Bronn just wants castle to settle down in

  • Luis Perez says:

    Bron Just grew up poor in a dysfunctional family. That's all. This explains his behavior.

  • mrjoybaaar says:

    dude I have the exact same idea about Sansa and Tyrion

  • PhoenixRising357 says:

    I was bad mouthing Sansa since they are making her seem more and more like cersi and little finger but one person said part of a theory thst got me thinking. They cut away from Bran spilling the secret and fans were upset at lack of reveal but what if by that tree, they did find out but formulated a plan. What if Sansa tells tyrion to test him out. To see if he would take that info and betray Dany. Arya who sets out and we think it's for cersi (which can be part of it) but what if it's her job to see if tyrion betrays and off him if he does. (sort of the way tyrion tests varys littlefinger and master pycelle) with tyrion and varys. Why did Sansa and Arya do this? Because in the end they love Jon and Jon loves Dany. They don't love her but they also don't want to bring heartache to Jon. So I believe tyrion won't betray Dany but Arya will kill varys.(To make your theory come true) In the end, sansa's bitch path will be forgiven by fans as will tyrion's build up for betrayal and they might end up together.
    (I could be way off but 9 went from hating Sansa then liking her then back to disliking her in these eps)
    It would make me feel better about Sansa thst she's not just clever but also loyal. So if she learned from cersi and littlefinger ok but she also holds stark loyalty too.

  • Makeup Junky says:

    Sansa and Tyrion would be a very powerful and just couple to rule. I hope Tyrion is half Lannister and Targaryen… Tywin has always said you’re a Lannister… never said you’re my son… hmmm. Thank you for this very well put together analysis!

  • JC C. says:

    Sansa Stark will sit on the iron throne in the end based on the wood witch's prophecy to Cercei.  Bran will help in the war at Kings landing. The Three-Eyed Raven told Bran, “you will never walk again but you will fly. He will resurrect the dead dragon.

  • Serena Strand says:

    Why wouldn't he be interested in gold? He's interested in gold.

  • Buket Koksal says:

    I think it’s more likely that Bronn is Tywin’s bastard son. 1. The irony in him telling his dad “you wouldn’t know him” is very GoT. 2. They look alike. 3. He knows a lot about the Lannisters 4. Explains his willingness to help out both Lannister brothers when they needed it 5. Explains his obsession with castles and gold- he knows he will never have it legitimately but feels he deserves his share!

  • John Smith says:

    Excellent video, thank you for taking the time to put it together!

  • Michael Tellurian says:

    You understand the art of storytelling. Unfortunately, D&D do not, hence your predictions will not come to pass.

  • Kattywagon29 says:

    I don't think Sansa will end up with Tyrion. Tyrion doesn't like the north because it is too cold and I think that Sansa has turned away from her girlish dreams and will instead stay in the North where she belongs. She's not going to go through all this stuff about protecting the North and all that just to leave it. Plus, i'm pretty sure she said she would never go south again.

  • Toasted Biscuit says:

    What if…
    What if Bron is a wildling? One of the Free Folk? That is why he never talks about where he is from and acts the way he does.

  • Magare Govedo says:

    Bron is no one but mercenary,who saw opportunity and took it.

  • Mountain Monster says:

    I think Bronn is going to turn out to be the last survivor of House Castamere.

  • Chris C says:

    Superficial Sanza

  • nan304 says:

    Maybe the iron bank is protecting it's interest if the Lanisters don't live they can't pay back the iron bank

  • nan304 says:

    He kept asking for a "better castle" maybe he's asking until they offer the right castle, his home

  • Zinc Chameleon says:

    Only two episodes left, and I believe that Tryion will sit on the Iron Throne. We already know that Sansa will survive, and she is a real power now.

  • grega gazvoda says:

    I`m thinking that Bronn is one of last survivor from house Rayne…Saved by Tywin`s brother Kevin as a little kid. … really long shot 😛

  • sedeslav says:

    Bron can be a Connington! maybe Ronald Storm, Ronnet's bastard son. …Even if he isn't he is probable bastard of some very prominent and wealthy house in Westeros. He also can be from Tarbecks or Rayne …two families that Lannisters destroyed in the past .If Tyrion succeed Lanisters lands he maybe can recover his lands …Castamere.

  • Wildz06 says:

    House Reyne? ("Rains" of Castamere)

  • John Russell says:

    Game of Thrones is good at forshadowing. Sansa/Tyrion I feel are destined to be together at the end. Key points from the book and show are the following.

    1: Tyrion saved her from Meryn Trant in the books before marriage. When Tyrion had arrived he addressed her and comforted her about her father. He had no reason to do that.
    2: In season 3 they are forced into marriage. He treated her nicely in terms of marriage, he promised to let her choose when. Then he quit sleeping around. He promised to protect her.
    3: In season 3 Margaery tells Sansa she would probably love him in the sack. And that he is handsome.
    3: In season 3 Sansa has a bond forming with Tyrion, even seemed happy.
    4: In season 3 Tyrion protected her from everything like Joffrey trying to torment her with Robb Stark's head. He risked his own skin to do it. He even tried with Sansa to ease her pain after her family dies.
    5: In season: 4: In season 4 she felt bad about Tyrion's treatment.
    6: When she ran away she was extremely guilty about it. When Tyrion went on trial, he refused to betray his wife.
    7: In 6 Sansa said he was kind with her and didn't force a consumation, that is no accident.
    8: In 7 Sansa mentions Tyrion is a good man.

    9: In Season 8 Sansa basically said she'd do it if Daenerys was out of the north and let Sansa rule.
    10: In Season 8 She had that beautiful moment with him where he kisses her hand, to me that scene was more than admiration, it looked like romance.
    In the Books: Garlan Tyrell tells her Tyrion is her best match out of all the people.

    Last thing: Ned tells Sansa she will marry someone brave, gentle, and strong. All attributes of Tyrion Lannister

  • John Russell says:

    Game of Thrones is good at forshadowing. Sansa/Tyrion I feel are destined to be together at the end. Key points from the book and show are the following.

    1: Tyrion saved her from Meryn Trant in the books before marriage. When Tyrion had arrived he addressed her and comforted her about her father. He had no reason to do that.
    2: In season 3 they are forced into marriage. He treated her nicely in terms of marriage, he promised to let her choose when. Then he quit sleeping around. He promised to protect her.
    3: In season 3 Margaery tells Sansa she would probably love him in the sack. And that he is handsome.
    3: In season 3 Sansa has a bond forming with Tyrion, even seemed happy.
    4: In season 3 Tyrion protected her from everything like Joffrey trying to torment her with Robb Stark's head. He risked his own skin to do it. He even tried with Sansa to ease her pain after her family dies.
    5: In season: 4: In season 4 she felt bad about Tyrion's treatment.
    6: When she ran away she was extremely guilty about it. When Tyrion went on trial, he refused to betray his wife.
    7: In 6 Sansa said he was kind with her and didn't force a consumation, that is no accident.
    8: In 7 Sansa mentions Tyrion is a good man.

    9: In Season 8 Sansa basically said she'd do it if Daenerys was out of the north and let Sansa rule.
    10: In Season 8 She had that beautiful moment with him where he kisses her hand, to me that scene was more than admiration, it looked like romance.
    In the Books: Garlan Tyrell tells her Tyrion is her best match out of all the people.

    Last thing: Ned tells Sansa she will marry someone brave, gentle, and strong. All attributes of Tyrion Lannister

  • Tareca Hubbard-holt says:

    That would be a cool ending for the two of them, since it looks like Dany's about to flip her wig and she and Cersi are about to cancel each other's tickets.

  • Kenneth Perez says:

    Bron part of the golden army

  • Rocket says:

    Bronn son of Mance Rayder

  • Erin Ruhl says:

    Bronn is an ESTP which explains how he is

  • Dark Knight of Thrones says:

    Cool videos…subbed!

  • Azari Lite says:

    There is a good chance that Tyrian Is not a Lanister but he is a Targarian and I can see him and Sansa getting back together and ending up with the Iron Throne. So in that regard I agree with you.

  • Johanne E. says:

    I actually do hope they make another go of being married

  • Ed & Patricia Remington III says:

    We feel that Bronn is high born. And he comes from a family of lots of wealth. Huge castle, tremendous size house staff, large tracts Of land and staff to run it, etc

  • VC YT says:

    I reckon Sansa is based on elizabeth the 1st – if so she'l win.

  • VC YT says:

    15:39 – I heard this was based on king henry being pressured to marry catherine aragon.

  • Robert Leonard says:

    Bronn is interested in a castle.

  • beth98362 says:

    Maybe Brawn's family is the owner of the Iron Bank!

  • Rhonda Hainzlsperger says:

    I want to have two things revealed, the history of the cats law dagger and Bronn 's true backstory.

  • Mobs A says:

    I agree. Bronn is Somebody. Probably a bastard Lannister. But will it be revealed this season? Or will it be a storyline explored in a spinoff?

    Sansa is very smart and senses the ambition in Dany. She doesn't trust her because Dany lusts for power and does not like to be questioned about her decisions. She also had issues with John's decisions as King in the North and the fact the he too does not like to be questioned. Plus John or Dany can't sit on the iron throne because that is what everyone expects… there would be no twist in that. It has to be someone ELSE. But Who?

    When Sansa turns and says to Tyrion on top of the castle at Winterfell, "what if there is someone better?", everyone assumes she means John… since John had just told her and Arya about his beginnings. But in that moment, Sansa sees the ambition in both Dany and John… and through Bran has already known and learned about Tyrion's true heritage. I think you're right. I think Sansa wants to get back together with Tyrion because she knows he is the ONE. That he has the heart of a good King because he listens and cares about the people around him. Plus Sansa could perhaps influence him the most and become the POWER behind the throne?!? It would be a great twist and I think it would be a fitting ending to a great show.

  • Malek Mahmud says:

    Another name will be added in Arya’s list of names: Daenerys, the mother of dragons !!!

  • Luke Daniels says:

    Nice ideas about Bronn there and in the comments below as well, but there simply isn't time left in the show to have a big reveal about his past, and in the books he is nowhere near as important a character as he is in the shows. Apparently D & D were told to make the character bigger and more important as he was very popular with the fans.

  • Christian Rose aka Smalltowninnewmexico says:

    everyones gonna die

  • Marc Whitakay says:

    Sansa will not marry Tyrion. She is still the stuck up bitch she always was.

  • Daniel Williams says:

    It clear by last of the states episode and this video bronn wants what the Lannister took from his family and needs one of them alive to get it back.

  • Matthew Wells says:

    Nope just interested in gold and a woman

  • Matthew Wells says:

    Bronn will end up getting castely rock or the hbo writers are so stupid that they won’t even address bronn situation in the finale .

  • Alycia Wilson says:

    Why would people get mad at you for this theory? I couldn’t agree more… and I think Sanaa’s experience with all these douche bags are just more fuel for the fire… it showed her what a special dude he was.. and how he wanted to make her feel safe… and he would never dishonor her. I feel like Tyrion will somehow end up in the iron throne… sounds crazy I know… but how they’re making Dany the mad queen… Cersei is gone… Jon has been pretty non existent this season… he’s been like a background character almost.. it’s odd. Stuff like not talking dany out of killing Varys.. and then during the fight at Kings landing… he doesn’t do much when his guys are out of line.. he does try a little bit… but he wasn’t a leader in the slightest.. and he really hasn’t been lately… and doesn’t want to be.. and that’s okay… but they’ve been showing Tyrion in a way where we feel empathy for him, we see him being selfless… compassionate… loyal to everyone even though they’re all enemies… he doesn’t want life to be taken if there’s a better solution… and nobody finds these alternate solutions the way that Tyrion does. Maybe I just want that to happen so I think that way lol curious how it’ll end

  • K GREEZ-E says:

    Brons a lost stark or a wildling!

  • Terence Tizirai says:

    It might not matter now. But I am still convinced that Bronn is a Rayne of Castemere. They keep playing that damn song!

  • Carlos Perez says:

    First, Tyrion will have to survive the Queen.

  • Kasino80 says:

    Sansa and Tyrion would be a great power couple in Westeros

  • Kate95825 says:

    This conjecture of mutually appreciated conjugal union between a now grown Sansa and Tyrion has been my go to theory all along. Tyr+ion= The action or condition of Týr, a god of war, justice and the Thing who sacrificed his right hand to bind the wolf Fenris in an attempt to save Asgard from being ravaged by him.
    (-ion. WORD ORIGIN. asuffix, appearing in words of Latin origin, denoting action or condition, used in Latin and in English to form nouns from stems of Latin adjectives ( communion; union ), verbs ( legion; opinion ), and especially past participles ( allusion; creation; fusion; notion; torsion ).)

  • Kermit T. Frog says:

    Yeah. Life lessons from a TV program. And some stupid kid to mansplain to us out of our feminist indoctrination. This is what passes for thought in the USA? I sure hope not.

  • JMUDoc says:

    1. Tyrion will offer Bronn Casterly Rock.
    2. Bronn will refuse/give it back.

  • Erin Devlin says:

    You are the ONLY video I have found that supports my Tyrion & Sansa ruling at the end theory, but I think Tyrion is really a Targaryen. He has similarities with Jon & Dany like mom dying in childbirth and touching a dragon. Tywin was too proud to ever admit to someone else impregnating his wife, so he raised him as his own, but never treated him as a true son. Targaryens have incestual lineage, so that could have caused the dwarfism? Maybe Dany will punish him for failing her with Drogon’s flame and Tyrion will come out unburnt? It could be the song of ice (Sansa Stark) & fire (Tyrion Targaryen). What do you think?

  • legendaryrebel says:

    Let's not forget that Tyrion promised Bronn, The castle and the lands of Highgarden in Season 8 Episode 4.."A Lannister always pays his debts". Bronn didn't seem to be in the massacre of episode 5 ..so I'm sure he's still around.. The points you made on Tyrion and Sansa have complete merit….Daenerys and Jon will have at it, I believe…For the acts of episode 5 and probably for Daenerys threatening Sansa in some way…. If Jon does find a way to kill Daenerys…past her armies….theres still her dragon to contend with… Before that however….theres still the matter of Tyrion surviving Daenerys' "justice"…Perhaps Bronn may save him and whisk him away somehow… In the end yes..Tyrion has all the qualities of a better and just ruler than Dany or even Jon…being the underdog all his life …him ending up the man of the people…and yes perhaps there is a chance that Sansa does marry him…not only to unite the kingdom but because there is no nobler man….

  • s john says:

    Everyone talking about the iron thrones, fucks the point…Kings landing is a wasteland.

  • Margia Giles Vander Veur says:

    WHAT ABOUT BRONN???? I THINK BRONN WILL KILL
    DAENERYS WITH THE CROSS-BOW HE WAS GIVEN

    TO KILL THE JAIME & TYRON!!! SAVING TYRONS LIFE!!!

  • Greg Ray says:

    Tyrion and Sansa and we saw that touching moment they shared in the Crypt. Maybe? For this to happen Jon is going to have to save him from Danny and since she promised Tyrion that his next mistake (aka betrayal) would be his last means someone is gonna have to kill Danny the only question is who. BTW, if Bran ends up being the King of the 7 I'm going to scream.

  • Erin Reeg says:

    I wonder if Bronn was one of the last Castamere, the house that was killed off by the Lannisters. Maybe at 5 saw every Castermere killed and hid beyond the wall? Maybe the timeline is off, but it would make for an interesting callback to the "reins of Castermere." Could be why he is so obsessed with wanting a Castle and has kept the Lannisters close "keep your enemies closer"…

  • Bandy Bushido says:

    ok let's revisit ?

  • Amanda James says:

    Such hopefully theories. Too bad these mysteries will never be solved.

  • H Simpson says:

    Best videos 🙂

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