6 Exciting ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Fan Theories We Found on Reddit – Sansa Is Pregnant??

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HBO released several teasers but they don’t explain anything and just hint on some possible events that will take place in the final season of the cult . That’s why Nexter.org gathered best fan theories about it and share them with you.

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 premieres in April 2019 on HBO.

Bran is the Night King

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The conspicuous absence of Bran from the Stark family reunion in the teaser trailer has once again added fire (ice?) to the flame of the Bran = Night King theory.

Sansa is pregnant with Ramsay Bolton’s baby

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They’re comparing the two characters’ wardrobe, and the man whom the Children of the Forest used to create the first White Walker (largely believed to be a Stark).

The theory that Sansa is carrying Ramsay’s baby is a real bummer. Speaking about the wedding night during her chat with Littlefinger, in which she had a go at him for allowing her to marry that douchebag, she said: “I can still feel it. I don’t mean ‘in my tender heart it still pains me so’ — I can still feel what he did in my body standing here right now.”

Fans believe she is referring to a literal baby inside her as opposed to physical damage. At some point, Jon Snow also commented on her new, big coat. So, is that to hide a baby bump?

Ned Stark is alive and will return

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OK, I know this sounds crazy, but there’s a lot of evidence out there that this could possibly happen.

Yes, we all saw as Ned’s head was very clearly severed from his body and placed on a spike on the ramparts of King’s Landing. But, what if that wasn’t actually Ned Stark who was beheaded in front of his entire family, the fancy royalty, and a bunch of angry, dirty commoners?

According to the theory, Jaqen H’ghar of the Faceless Men and Ned Stark were being held prisoner in the Red Keep at the same time. If you recall, back in Season One, Arya first meets Jaqen when he’s being transported out of the Red Keep as a prisoner. Now, it seems strange that a Faceless Man would be so easily imprisoned. So it’s logical to believe that he was captured on purpose. That purpose was for Varys to pay Jaqen to replace Ned Stark at his execution with an imposter.

Tyrion is actually a Targaryen, too

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Now that we know Jon Snow is a Targaryen, the next surprise sibling will be none other than Tyrion.

The books detail the Mad King Aerys’s obsession with Tywin Lannister’s wife, Joanna. According to the theory, Aerys impregnated Joanna, who died when giving birth to Tywin (similarly, so did two other Targaryen siblings: Jon and Daenerys).

It would also explain Tywin’s final words to Tyrion—”you’re no son of mine”—along with his general disdain for his youngest son. And remember how chill Tyrion was with those little dragons?

Bran built the Wall

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Season Six revealed that Bran Stark can not only see the past—he can manipulate it, too. There are a number of theories that consider the endless possibilities of his powers. Overall, they seem to connect Bran to every key moment in Westeros history.

Bran already accidentally destroyed poor Hodor’s mind by traveling to the past, and some speculate that he’ll do the same thing to the Mad King Aerys Targaryen, who was known to “hear voices.” To go back even further, it’s been theorized that every person named Bran in Westerosi history is actually our Bran—meaning he actually built the wall.

Jaime will kill Cersei, his lover/sister

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It would be tragic, and beautiful, and satisfying all at once. Jaime must kill his sister/lover Cersei as she becomes the Mad Queen.

In the Season Seven finale, Cersei tells Jaime that she plans to betray Jon and Dany even if it means the destruction of the human race. That was the last straw for Jaime, who finally left Cersei to head North. Now that they’re on opposite sides of a war, Jaime might be forced to face, and even kill, his own sister.

And there have long been hints to this happening: When Cersei was young, a seer named Maggy the Frog made the prophecy that Cersei would watch all her children die—only to be murdered herself. As the prophecy goes: “And when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar [High Valyrian for ‘little brother’] shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you.” This would make for a rather bloody parallel to Jaime killing the Mad King during Robert’s Rebellion.


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6 Exciting 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 Fan Theories We Found on Reddit - Sansa Is Pregnant??
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HBO released several teasers but they don't explain anything and just hint on some possible events that will take place in the final season of the cult series. That's why Nexter.org gathered best fan theories about it and share them with you. 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 premieres in April 2019 on HBO.
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