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Game of Thrones Season 5. Jaime Lannister Has a Dark Future

Game of Thrones Season 5. Jaime Lannister Has a Dark Future
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Game of Thrones Season 5. Jaime Lannister Dark Future In The Dance Of Dragons

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Jaime Lannister. Game of Thrones

Today’s episode in Game of Thrones. Jaime Lannister has a dark future in The Dance Of Dragons

Game of Thrones Season 5. What will happen today? Only same hours and we can see the penultimate episode of this season: ‘The Dance of Dragons.’ Too many storylines are open and they need to close some of them. In fact, some of the episodes are disturbing due to the little attention given to the serious problems that have some of the characters. For example, the story of Arya, who has arrived in Braavos and is training with the Faceless Men at the House of Black and White, has gone almost unnoticed (according to the preview it seems that today we’ll know about her as Lana), and we can say the same with the story of the Sand Snakes, Brienne of Tarth, Petyr Baelish or Daario Naharis.

Bronn and Jaime Lannister. Game of Thrones Season 5

Bronn and Jaime Lannister. Game of Thrones Season 5

However, it’s particularly notorious the case of Jaime Lannister. From Season 1 to Season 4, he was one of the most important characters and now, he and Bronn are forgotten in Dorne trying to rescue Jaime’s daughter/niece, but we have seen him only some minutes through the season. Also, the official preview is announcing his presence today.

Then, what will happen with Jaime Lannister in ‘The Dance of Dragons’? Jaime is a finished person. As a warrior no longer worth anything and Dorne is not a safe place for him or his daughter. Her powerful family is absolutely destroyed and her sister/lover is in prison. What will he do? We’ll see but it seems that Jamie Lannister’s storyline can be ended at any moment. Only Tyrion Lannister trust on him and he is in Meereen.

What do you think? What do you expect from ‘The Dance of Dragons’? On June 14, 2015, we’ll see the finale: ‘Mother’s Mercy.’

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