Game of Thrones Cersei Wildfire Theory
- Author: Sheila Mcguire Jun 19, 2016,
Jun 19, 2016, 15:09
Game of Thrones viewers have witnessed Jaime become very jealous of Cersei's other sexual partners, and he's admitted that he's never been with another woman but his sister. I said, "I don't think so".
In the latest episode of "Game of Thrones" we see Cersei, instead of going with the faith militant, telling them that she chooses violence. As she trains to be an assassin, the youngest Stark female went through several obstacles that transformed her perspective.
In the last episode "No One", the Queen Mother of Westeros got news, which was not in her favor. This, however, does nothing but create more anticipation from fans.
It's not a lot to go on, but we'll take what we can get. While many fans would immediately speculate that Cersei could easily die at the hands of her younger brother, Tyrion, whom she has always hated and tormented, another theory has popped up. Williams explained that the goal of the scene was to do just that, in order to portray effectively her development. Elsewhere, Sansa attempts to describe the inhumanity of the Boltons-You don't know him-as flaming Xs burn on the battleground, ready to take on the flayed. "So he really fits the part as much as looking it", Simon said. Williams also explained that going forward with The House of Black and White is not the right direction for Arya. "Gold shall be their crowns and gold their shrouds", Maggy says, basically, telling Cersei that she'll see all of her children die.
I may be wrong about this, but I believe that this is the first time in over a year (or more than a season) that Arya has specifically referred to herself both in the first person, and as Arya Stark. If everything hadn't happened. she'd be home at Winterfell with her mom and dad. "She's tried, but she can't do this".
It's Snow versus (former) Snow in the penultimate episode of series six of Game of Thrones and TV fans everywhere are wondering if Iwan Rheon's Ramsay Bolton will finally get his comeuppance.