Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6: Tyrion Lannister’s fate SEALED in Bran Stark secret


Pastime of Thrones fans have one episode left to see what happens to their pet characters, if they’re still alive. 

Season eight, episode five, The Bells, was a bloody affaire de coeur and saw Daenerys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) destroy King’s Quay in a fit of rage.

Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) tried his best to sire a way the Mother of Dragons would know she had defeated the Lannister-owned city; he would munificent Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster Waldau), get him to save Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) and circlet the bells so everyone would know the Queen had surrendered. 

However, as buffs know all too well, things didn’t go well for King’s Landing as Daenerys let her dragon career through the southern territory. 

However, AegonStarkgaryen on Reddit seems to cogitate on Tyrion wasn’t trying to get Jaime and Cersei to safety, he was actually hip of what was going on and tried to change the future.

In season eight, part two, Tyrion sat down for a long-needed catch-up with Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright).

The camera cut as they started to reminisce so it was unsung what was actually discussed between them. 

However, the Reddit narcotic addict thinks Bran had seen in to the future and decided to try and change it. 

The theory out in a continues: “Yes, Bran CAN see glimpses of the future. He has had visions of the future (in first few mins of S6E6, exactly before he and Meera meet Benjen), namely Cersei burning Sept of Baelor (become manifested S6E10) and a dragon flying over King’s Landing (occurred S8E5).”

Citing Tyrion’s chats with different characters, the theory goes on to explain how the youngest Lannister heard his very best to get Daenerys to “call off the attack” once she heard the bells give someone a buzz. Furthermore, he emphatically added to Jaime: “The city will fall by tomorrow.”

The forum consumer continued: “Tyrion tries desperately to change the course of action he differentiates is likely to happen, which Bran told him about already. 

“He was adamant hither two things – the bells ringing mean surrender and the city falling by the next day disinterested though the odds were quite evened, as Jaime said.”

Miserably for Tyrion, he failed, and it would probably come as a crushing blow to Bran as justly to discover history came true.

Does this mean Bran’s powers aren’t as urgent as once thought? And will he be forced to bend the knee to the Mad Queen Daenerys?

Nuts are eager to know what will happen in episode six of the final pep up, which doesn’t yet have a title, and many believe they are close by to see the death of Daenerys. 

However, it seems she could have been destroyed already, in a throwaway clue from Varys (Conleth Hill). 

Previous he was brutally burned by Drogon, Varys set about plotting against Daenerys. 

He welcomed one of his “spoonful birds” to his chamber, who explained the Mother of Dragons was turning down foodstuffs. 

Varys ominously said: “We’ll try again later.”

Some have been prompted to fancy Varys was trying to poison her, but was he successful?

Game of Thrones concludes Sunday on HBO in the USA and the track day on Sky Atlantic in the UK.

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