11 'Game Of Thrones' Fan Theories That'll Weird You Out

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Game of Thrones is similar to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, in that no matter how many times I visit, I never cover everything I want to see and I generally get lost AF after about 45-minutes.

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This isn't to say I'm not a HUGE GoT fan, because I am, but I'm not about to sit here and deny the obvious and dare I say, overwhelming complexities of the show. When I initially started watching, it was pre-HBO GO, or at least before I knew that it was the most viable binging option. Therefore, I used to rent the DVDs, yes RENT DVDs, from my college library. Watching every episode back-to-back-to-back (x1000) made it easier to keep up with, but once I was waiting week-to-week with the rest of the world, I had to start doing my homework.

You know how studying for anatomy is damn near impossible because it's hard to retain information when can hardly pronounce the material, let alone spell it? Yeah, well, that's GoT for me. If you can spell/say Daenerys Targaryen without Google, you're a better human than me! Perhaps I'm targeting myself as a small subset of this fandom, but that's okay, I know there's gotta be other fans who think like me.

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That said, with the season 7 premiere coming up on Sunday, July 16, 2017 I thought it would be best to revisit some of the more popular theories on the internet surrounding The Seven Kingdoms. Rest assured, as with all things in this fantasy universe, shit gets WEIRD. There's death, blood, incest, sex, magical White Walker killing swords—you know, normal stuff to discuss before Winter comes, but oh wait, it's already here! We better hop to it then!

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These theories are submissions from the BuzzFeed community as well as Digital Spy. What did ya expect? A conversation with George R. R. Martin? Ha, think again, that man is a sadist. Also, to be fair, the GoT community is so vast and SO active on the internet, it's never a guarantee where the original theory began, but let's just roll with it and give credit where credit is due.

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Jorah = The Prince That Was Promised

Bran is responsible for The Mad King's madness


Missandei is The Angel of Death for the Faceless Men

Meera Reed and Jon Snow are twins


Cersei = The Mad Queen and Jaime will kill her

Samwell Tarly = Narrator of the whole story


Tyrion, Jon Snow, and Daenerys = The Three Headed Dragon

Jon Snow will kill Cersei


"It might make sense to assume that Maggy's "little brother" prophecy alluded to either Jaime or Tyrion, but it doesn't necessarily mean Cersei's younger sibling. The aforementioned quote "the Valonqar" means "the little brother", ergo it could be anyone's little brother. And saying this in Valyrian suggests that the person will have Valyrian blood in them. Who has Valyrian blood? The Targaryens. We now know that Jon Snow is a Targaryen, and he is the little brother of Rhaenys and Aegon. Does this mean that it will have to be Jon that takes the Mad Queen down?"—Digital Spy

Little Finger and Cersei will wed

Jon Snow isn't his actual name


To read all the theories from BuzzFeed, head HERE