Scrawlings from The Black Cells is my Game of Thrones webpage. Here, I'll jot down all my random Game of Thrones ideas, theories, predictions, etc... In addition to this, I also have a Game of Thrones YouTube playlist here [RSS].
Chris's season 8 predictions
Bran will warg into a dragon.
Some people will hold up in the Eeeyre and the wights will seige it
Bronn will get a castle. Maybe Harrenhall or The Twins?
Qyburn will survive.
Qyburn will devolop anti-wight technology and use it as political leverage, either on behalf of Cersei or himself (possibly as a bargaining chip for his life).
His anti wight tech could be a wild-fire flamethrower.
The battle at Winterfell will happen early, the living will lose, but it will be revealved that might alone will not defeat the dead and they'll have to pool all talents and resorces in a much more tactical strategy.
The Cat's Paw blade will play an important role. The red jewel can be assciated with Rhagar Targaryen.
Maybe the Iron Born will be water wights???
There'll be a Magna Carta-esg document will be signed. There is an ominous lack of treaties in this show given their historic importance.
A dragon will be poisoned with a poisoned-tipped-ballista bolt.
Qyburn is one of the most interesting characters in Game of Thrones. He's a primary contributor to Cersei's success in season 7 and has the reach to perform just about any political machination he desires. He doesn't seem to desire power in the way many other power-players desire it, yet he holds one of the highest political offices in the realm.
He's definitly up to something, here's a list of stuff which we should keep tabs on.
He was first seen in Harrenhall, after The Mountain seiged it. Does this have any reason as to Qyburn's motives. He ultimatly ends up resurrecting Ser Gregor, a strange course of action for someone to take in such circumstances. We also don't really know why he wanted to head to King's Landing initially.
Could he be Howland Reed?
The GoT character
Lost his son, like a father to Jon and Shireen.
Defined by her parenthood.
See The Bear and the Maiden Fair & Brienne the Beauty.
She's really old.
Protects Arya and Sansa.
Obvs, I mean, who else?
The faceless man watching over Arya.
The Gods of the Seven seem to be symbolised through these characters who guide and protect the Starks. Even though the Starks are more closly aligned with The Old Gods, this could be seen as the influece Catelyn Stark née Tully and her religion, The Seven, has on the Stark children.
Some of the Seven seem to have an ironic twist:
The Father, Davos gets taught how to read, (rather than being the teacher)