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Game Of Thrones Season 7: who should end up on the Iron Throne

Game Of Thrones Season 7: who should end up on the Iron Throne

Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Arya Stark… Who should conquer the Iron Throne and rule the Seven Kingdoms? The protagonists answer the question, Look, look!

The bad news is chained in the epic saga of George R. R. Martin brought to the small screen, and more after it was announced that Season 7 of Game Of Thrones will not arrive until summer 2017.

It’s a good thing that in the meantime we get some joy like the one that has left us the casting of the series in Comic Con 2016.

Entertainment Weekly had the opportunity to ask them who should be the one to take the Iron Throne and they have offered their opinion.

One of the directors of the series, Miguel Saponik, believes that he would be very happy if everyone shared the throne, although he is aware that this will never happen. Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos) takes as a pretext the indications given by George R. R. Martin himself.

“He has said that the ending would be bittersweet, and knowing the disturbed minds we have in the series… I see a White Walker sitting on the throne.

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The Night King with one leg on the arm rest and a cigar in his mouth.”

A rare image that, being honest, should never come true… although we repeat, with George R.R. Martin anything is possible, don’t you think?John Bradley (Sam Tarly) has a much more realistic view of the ending, though somewhat biased.

“It’s not easy. Imagine that I’m right and I spoil you all and after the end of the series, someone shows this flashback? Out of loyalty, Jon would say, since that could also mean that I would stay alive until the end.”

However, he is not the only one to opt for the side of loyalty.

Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei) would see Daenerys reigning. “He can be very strong, but in general he cares about people.

At the same time, I love the fact that the Starks are getting back lost, so who knows?” The best answer is undoubtedly Conleth Hill (Varys), who keeps himself as if he were his character.

“I know, but I can’t say.” Sophie Turner says she has a controversial opinion that has earned her some boos in the courtroom.

Sansa Stark’s interpreter believes Pinique must end up on the throne. “I think it would be fun, and maybe a little sadistic.

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We love this kind of thing, otherwise we wouldn’t watch Game Of Thrones.”

Your justification is valid, but you have to admit that we are not very much in favour of Petyr Baelish eventually reigning… no?.

The one who truly distances himself from his character is Iwan Rheon, aka Ramsay Bolton, who would melt the Iron Throne and establish a democracy.

An opinion as idealistic as improbable that preceded the comic response of Faye Marsay, who embodies the Waif.

“Probably Arya, because if I don’t say it Maisie Williams is likely to come and hit me with a stick.”

Isaac Hempstead-Wright believes that a Stark alliance should take power, with Bran sitting in a corner under a tree, ” while Kristian Nairn (Hodor) gives one of the wisest advice from the entire cast.

“I think the throne is probably not that important, in the end, there will be a great battle between the King of the night and Daenerys, and I think Westerner deserves someone honorable and upright so I think Brienne (Gwendoline Christie) would fit in well in that role.”

attractive idea, even if one suspects that Brienne would never agree to reign.

Who do you think would fit the Iron Throne better?


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