Photos : 21 Storylines That Will Happen In Game Of Thrones Season 7
Photos : 21 Storylines That Will Happen In Game Of Thrones Season 7 – Oh, what do we do on Sunday nights now that Game Of Thrones is done for the year? We can either latch onto shows like The Walking Dead once that comes around (seriously, was there a better cliffhanger in the history of television than the one we saw during that season finale?) OR we could spend the next several months theorizing and coming up with waysGame Of Thrones will course its way through its penultimate season next year.
That’s right, there are only two seasons left in the series, and producers and showrunners have all but confirmed that there will be fewer episodes per season. While it sucks to know that in a couple of years we won’t have any moreGame Of Thrones to look forward to (unless those prequel series rumors are true), it’s equally good to know that the show won’t overstay its welcome. But that’s two years away. For now, we still have season 7 to look forward to, and at the moment we pretty much have a clear idea of what’s going to happen during that stretch.
Also, I don’t have to tell you that this post is chockfull of spoilers and is meant for those who are caught up with the series but, just in case you’re wondering, yes it’s insanely spoiler-heavy!
Here’s a comprehensive list of things that will happen in the seventh season of Game Of Thrones. As of right now, Cersei is the new Queen of the realm, Jon Snow is the new King in the North, and Daenerys Targaryen is sailing towards the Capital with a fleet unlike anything the world of man has seen before. And she has dragons. But the true threat lies beyond The Wall, for Winter has finally come, and with it the promise of the Night King and his army of the undead. We’re nearing the end of arguably the greatest show ever produced for television… and Season 7 will set the stage for what may be the most epic series finale of all time.
21. The Night Is Dark And Full Of Cures
Ah, Melisandre. The divisive redhead on Game Of Thrones who has a compulsive tendency to disrobe every so often. The last time she did that though, we were treated to more than we had bargained for, and Game Of Thrones fans the world over said “Please, no more!” in unison. She made quite the debut when she birthed a smoke baby, and really went too far when she ordered for the sacrifice of Princess Shireen, Stannis Baratheon’s daughter. Add to that the fact that Stannis Baratheon was a spineless wimp who had the emotive capabilities of a pine tree, and you had a character who was puppeteering a war that would ultimately lead to Stannis falling flat on his face on the battlefield.
After the end of the blockbuster sixth season of the show, however, we’re pretty much left in the dark about Melisandre’s whereabouts, since she was banished from Winterfell by the new King in the North, Jon Snow. Or are we?
Another character that seemingly rode off into an unfinished sunset of a storyline was the Lord of the Friendzone himself, Jorah Mormont. While he was pretty keen on waiting out his final days in isolation somewhere, the Mother of Dragons made it very clear that Jorah needed to find a cure for his little Greyscale problem and make his way back into her loving albeit strictly friends-with-zero-benefits embrace. And who do you think has a cure? That’s right, the woman who brought Jon Snow back from the depths of death herself, Melisandre. Also remember that Princess Shireen had Greyscale and was seemingly cured from it, so if anyone can stop the spread of the disease, it’s the “Lady in Red” herself. She finds redemption, he doesn’t turn into The Thing, and they both can gallop back into our peripheral visions on the show.