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28th Apr '16 6:48:37 PM Lazarus1996
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[[WMG: Drogon didn't burn that child in Season 4, the Sons of the Harpy did.]]
They burnt the child because they knew suspicion would fall on Daenarys' dragons, forcing her to lock them up, thereby driving a wedge between Daenarys and her dragons so that they would be less trusting of her and willing to aid her in battle against the Sons of the Harpy.
28th Apr '16 5:01:57 AM Anarquistador
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[[WMG: Brienne will give Oathkeeper to Sansa]]
And she will use it to personally END HOUSE BOLTON.
28th Apr '16 1:33:25 AM JulianLapostat
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[[WMG: By the end of Season 6, Ramsay will...]]
...maim or flay or kill the following: Rickon Stark/Osha the Wildling/Fat Walda/Roose/Davos/Melisandre/Tormund maybe Dolorous Edd.

He will also become a host for the Night's King and the White Walkers and become the true BigBad of the entire series plotline.
26th Apr '16 7:44:01 PM shaknbac0n
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Unless she kills Davos or one of the Watchmen loyal to Jon (not likely), Melisandre will have to use her own life to fuel the ritual.

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Unless she kills Davos or one of the Watchmen loyal to Jon (not likely), Melisandre will have to use her own life to fuel the ritual.
ritual, fulfilling the prophecy of Azor Ahai sacrificing his own wife to finish completing Lightbringer. To make it even more literal, Davos will use Longclaw to sacrifice her.
26th Apr '16 7:36:56 PM shaknbac0n
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[[WMG: Melisandre will sacrifice herself to bring back Jon]]
Unless she kills Davos or one of the Watchmen loyal to Jon (not likely), Melisandre will have to use her own life to fuel the ritual.
26th Apr '16 12:27:40 PM JulianLapostat
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[[WMG: The Harpy will be...]]
...either a choice between Daario/Missandei/Varys. Since the show is going ahead of the books and making drastic changes and the context of Meereen's society is not properly developed. The show will go for the simpler Murder Mystery plot and have things NarrowedItDownToTheGuyIRecognize especially since Hizdahr is dead and presented as a Red Herring. The Harpy is well organized, effective and operates with inside knowledge. The only ones who fit and have the required narrative heft to pull this off is Daario or Varys or Missandei. What are their motives?
# Varys manufactured the Harpy to manipulate Daenerys into the ruler he wants her to be, to play the role he needs her to fulfill. He's manipulated from the background since Season 1 and obviously he has to have some big game and payoff to compensate for TheReveal at the end of Book 5 which has been AdaptedOut. Him being the Harpy will prove how this ApparentlyPowerlessPuppetmaster has been TheOmniscient all along.
# Missandei is a long-shot but needs to be included simply because she's a named Essosi character with an ambiguous future role. She has inside information on Dany, is incredibly smart and sharp. She's also the one who convinces Dany to marry Hizdahr. The reason she manufactured the Harpy is that she doesn't want her to go to Westeros, she's a PossessionSue who wants Mhysa to stay in Slaver's Bay forever.
# Daario has always been a bad boy. In Season 3, he single-handedly hijacked the Second Sons, and helped Dany take over a city. He's also the man in charge of the Meereen City Watch. Pretty well organized and military man who was also in charge of security at the Fighting Pits when all those Harpy Men marched into the crowds. He had means, he had opportunity. As for motivations...he's Daario, who cares.
26th Apr '16 12:10:33 PM LordAraghast
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[[WMG: Olly will wound Tormund]]
If the above WMG will come true (The Wildlings will rescue Davos and the Loyalist Nights Watchmen), Olly will wound Tormund before he hopefully) dies, and Tormund's fighting abilities will be hindered. I believe this hindrance will come into effect during the fight with the Bolton's. I sepculate that Tormund will fight Ramsay in one-on-one combat and ,due to his wound, will lose.
25th Apr '16 1:31:25 PM Bastard1
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* They'll be publicly allied with the Boltons, but secretly biding their time to enact their revenge.

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* They'll be publicly allied with the Boltons, but secretly biding their time to enact their revenge.


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[[WMG: The entire Dorne arc is executed poorly by design]]
Because what with the death of Shae (who was cast for similar reasons) at the end of season four, they had no big players to distract viewers from Emilia Clarke's poor acting by means of comparison (the fact that her arc progression had slowed down to a crawl around this time didn't help). Enter the Sand Snakes, hapless ''Xena'' rejects whose godlike levels of cringe could make Megan Fox look like Helen Mirren. As a consequence, they'll stick around until someone worse comes along... at which point, the White Walkers might as well come and end it all. It is known...
24th Apr '16 9:51:40 PM LordAraghast
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[[WMG: The Wildlings will rescue Davis and the Loyalist Nights Watchmen]]
From what I have observed from the trailers and teaser clips, Davos and the loyalists have barricaded themselves in a room along with Jon Snows body and Ghost. Thorne along with the Mutineers are trying to break through and Davis and the loyalists are prepared to fight them once they break through the door. However, Wun Wun breaks through the Castle's gate and hundreds of wildlings pour in and kill many of the mutineers (which hopefully will include Thorne and Olly), and those that survive become prisoners. It turns out that one of the loyalists went to the Wildlings asking for aid, likely sent by Davos or suggested by one of the loyalists (likely Eddison).

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[[WMG: The Wildlings will rescue Davis Davos and the Loyalist Nights Watchmen]]
From what I have observed from the trailers and teaser clips, Davos and the loyalists have barricaded themselves in a room along with Jon Snows body and Ghost. Thorne along with the Mutineers are trying to break through and Davis Davos and the loyalists are prepared to fight them once they break through the door. However, Wun Wun breaks through the Castle's gate and hundreds of wildlings pour in and kill many of the mutineers (which hopefully will include Thorne and Olly), and those that survive become prisoners. It turns out that one of the loyalists went to the Wildlings asking for aid, likely sent by Davos or suggested by one of the loyalists (likely Eddison).
** So far, confirmed that Edd has ridden to the Wildings to seek their aid.
15th Apr '16 6:48:42 AM LordAraghast
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[[WMG: The Wildlings will rescue Davis and the Loyalist Nights Watchmen]]
From what I have observed from the trailers and teaser clips, Davos and the loyalists have barricaded themselves in a room along with Jon Snows body and Ghost. Thorne along with the Mutineers are trying to break through and Davis and the loyalists are prepared to fight them once they break through the door. However, Wun Wun breaks through the Castle's gate and hundreds of wildlings pour in and kill many of the mutineers (which hopefully will include Thorne and Olly), and those that survive become prisoners. It turns out that one of the loyalists went to the Wildlings asking for aid, likely sent by Davos or suggested by one of the loyalists (likely Eddison).
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