Unfortunately for all of us, Game Of Thrones is down to its final eleven episodes, which is a concurrently offensive nonetheless delicious prospect.
On one hand, many of the characters we adore are going to die, but on the other, those are the best scenes, right?
Sure, examination Ned Stark’s conduct hurl and Rob Stark’s baby mom get gutted Shawshank Redemption style was as joyless as any hour of radio can get, but they also make for the many noted episodes. And with only eleven episodes left, you can gamble that bodies are going to be attack the building left and right in likewise brutal fashion.
That said, you will not find Jon Snow, Tyrion, and Daenerys on this list given these 3 will possibly A) not die, or B) die in one of the final two episodes, which at that point, literally anything will be possible.
7. Beric Donndarion
Beric Dondarrion has always been one of the many intriguing characters on the show, you know, given the fact he’s mastered rebirth and wields a fiery sword. The only reason Dondarrion isn’t aloft on this list is that we haven’t spent much time with him via the march of the show, but whenever we have, he’s been a stage stealer. Did we discuss his fiery sword?
6. Davos Seaworth
Davos may be the only person in the whole show who always seems to have a idea what the disproportion between right and wrong is. He’s also like the Grandpa of Game Of Thrones…if Grandpa was a fingerless raider who doesn’t know how to read.
5. Grey Worm
My man pulled the excellent chicky in the show but a dick. Literally no penis. What some-more needs to be said? Double-edged sword, though, given now that he’s finally had sex with(?) Missanedi, his chances of presence have been radically cut in half.
4. Jaime Lannister
In a show famous for its complexity, Jaime Lannister is its many formidable character. Go back and watch deteriorate 1 and he’s arguably the many disgusting dude in Westeros, which is positively observant something. And now here we are, 7 seasons, 3 passed children, and one bat shit crazy incestuous sister into Game Of Thrones and Jaime is now one of the many sensitive characters left.
If Jaime somehow survives the Mad Queen’s reign, he’ll eventually be slaughtered by a White Walker towards the finish of the series. Jaime Lannister has ‘tragic hero’s death’ created all over him and everybody knows it.
3. The Hound
Another Jaime Lannister type, The Hound started off as a beast and has solemnly been scratching and clawing his way towards redemption, and while he may finally grasp pronounced emancipation this season, it’s likely going to cost him his life.
Tormund once f*cked a bear — people forget that.
I was ripped between Tormund and Bronn for this series one spot, but we eventually went with Bronn simply out of longevity. Where Tormund popped up in the deteriorate 3 premiere, Bronn’s been with us fundamentally given the beginning.
But some-more so than how prolonged we’ve been with him is who he is as a character.
Bronn is introduced to us as one of the world’s biggest sellswords, which is radically a Westerosi bodyguard/hitman/goon. Right off the rip, he’s got the many bad donkey function in all of the realm. Yet, while the man’s contention is fighting, his passion is lovemaking. And that’s what creates Bronn some-more or reduction the many relatable, and therefore the many likable, impression on the show.
All the man wants is to get paid, get laid, and retire, or as he puts it, ‘a lordship, a castle, and a high-born beauty’, and that’s flattering much all of us, isn’t it?