Characters Who Can Die on ‘Game of Thrones Season 5’

Characters Who Can Die on ‘Game of Thrones Season 5’
Ignacio Zara
Characters Who Can Die on 'Game of Thrones Season 5'

Game of Thrones Season 5. Theon Greyjoy

Well, each episode is a surprise but we wonder who will die this season. Every season, one –or even more- member of the families Stark or Lannister died. Then, we have arguments to think this season it will happened again. What do you think? We prepared a poll to know your opinion. Let’s take a look!

1.- Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen).

He was tortured and he survived and he’s known as Reek now. No, he’s not one of the main characters in the plot of GOT and, probably, he should die. But… you know what? We won’t bet for this for several reasons. Someone will need the ships of the clan Greyjoy and this character will be very important. We can be wrong, of course.

2.- Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau).

He is in very dangerous land (Dorne) to see his truncated family. It will be a surprise if he or his sister Cersey die but…. Every season we had a surprise and we are still waiting for the real fire in this one. Tyrion? No, it’s nearly impossible and he is going to meet Daenerys Targaryen. If we have to bet…

According to Martin, author of the books:

 “People are going to die who don’t die in the books, so even the book readers will be unhappy. So everybody better be on their toes. [The show’s co-creators] David [Benioff] and D.B. [Weiss] are even bloodier than I am.”

3.- Jorah Mormont.

Iain Glen is a great actor. He has personality and he helped Khalessi a lot but he’s not with her and he has become darker than ever. Probably.

Game of Thrones Season 5: Jaime Lannister

Game of Thrones Season 5: Jaime Lannister

4.- Robin Arryn.

I liked this character… so dramatic, so surrealistic. Clan Arryn is not very important in the main plot and we suppose he hasn’t got a great future but, of course, we can be wrong! We think he will lose in his conflict with Sansa and she is very important to Littlefinger to get the Iron Throne.

5.- Jon Snow (Kit Harington).

Well, no… he won’t die! He is the only connection with The North and the plot would change so much if he dies. No, definitely, he is not going to die this season -or we hope so-.

6.- Tommen Baratheon.

No, the Iron Throne is not a good place to get old and Littlefinger knows it. He’s too young and a puppet in the hands of his mother and his family. We won’t bet for a long life.

There are many more characters in GOT and we are still waiting for the surprise. Are you prepared? Vote now!

Thanks for coming and have a very nice day, dear Yareah friends.

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