I know what happens in the remaining chapters of A Song of Ice and Fire, /b/. Ask me, and I will spoil it for you.
No you don't. I'm sure you have your theories, but that's all they are.
We are talking about two huge books here, it would take an hour to do that.
Yes. Robert Strong.
Too many people die. Ask me whether if specific characters die or not, and I will answer(as long as they are not too minor).
Rhaegar was Daenerys' brother. No, not the one that got killed with molten gold. He died before the series started. Remember the faggot Robert killed? Yeah, that guy. He ran off with Lyanna, Ned's sister, and got her pregnant. She died, giving birth to his son, Ned took the child and claimed that he was his bastard to protect him.
By the way, I don't know a lot about the details.
Basically Brienne agrees to lure Jaime into a trap so long as they give him a trial. Jaime takes the bait and is led by Brienne to the hideout of the Brotherhood. Jaime is captured and wants a trial by combat, knowing that all other odds are against him. Catelyn names Brienne her champion. So they fight, and Jaime wins, I think he manages to grab Brienne's sword with golden hand or something, but he doesn't kill Brienne. Stoneheart insists on hanging Jaime, however; and Thoros and some other dudes uprise against the bitch. Jaime, Pod, and Brienne flee during the chaos.
How about Stannis? Live or Die?
Will Littlefinger fuck Sansa? Will Arya become a faceless man or will her direwolf prevent her from doing so? (a part of her is still around, whilst she must discard all of herself).
Will Tyrion die in dragonfire?
Is it true that Quentyn Martell still lives ? Who will sit on the iron throne in the end ? Will Stannis and Davos drive the colossus of Bravos into battle and destroy kings landing with it ?
Hmm.. Will Euron be king till he dies of old age?
Will Vication reach Danerys?
Will Danerys ever leave Mereen again?
Will there be another civil war?
Will Azor Ahai show up?
Will John Snow survive the stabbing by his black brothers?
>Will Stannis and Davos drive the colossus of Bravos into battle and destroy kings landing with it ?
Oh god, the image of Stan and Dave arguing over how to pilot a giant mecha is just too much...
>Is it true that Quentyn Martell still lives ?
Oh dog, no.
>Who will sit on the iron throne in the end ?
There will be no Iron Throne.
>Will Stannis and Davos drive the colossus of Bravos into battle and destroy kings landing with it ?
>Does stannis unite the kingdoms?
No, not Stannis.
>Do Dany and Jon restore the targ dynasty?
>Do the others kill everyone?
>Hmm.. Will Euron be king till he dies of old age?
>Will Vication reach Danerys?
>Will Danerys ever leave Mereen again?
She isn't even in Meereen at the end of the 5th book.
>Will there be another civil war?
There is already a civil war, with Stannis in the North. There will be more battles between Westerosi houses, if that's what you are asking.
>Will Azor Ahai show up?
Revealed, you mean? Yes.
>Will John Snow survive the stabbing by his black brothers?
Will John Snow turn out to be Azor Ahai?
Will there be more giants who are actually interesting?
How many members of house Stark are alive at the end of the last book?[spoiler] Alive as in, never died before, still kicking [/spoiler]
How many Stark Direwolfs will still be alive at the end?
Will we ever get a proper discription of Old Valeria in any book?
Are Fire and Ice going to clash?
Are Fire and Ice two different persons who are personifications of those two words/elements/ect??
Is the fire god a god or a demon ?
Will there be more puppet players like Varys and Illyrio ?
What will happen in the Night King story line in the north ?
Will Dorn be at war the the Reach ?
>Will John Snow turn out to be Azor Ahai?
>Will there be more giants who are actually interesting?
Interesting? I don't know. But I don't think that there will be any giant main characters.
>How many members of house Stark are alive at the end of the last book?[spoiler] Alive as in, never died before, still kicking [/spoiler]
>How many Stark Direwolfs will still be alive at the end?
>Will we ever get a proper discription of Old Valeria in any book?
I don't know.
>Are Fire and Ice going to clash?
>Are Fire and Ice two different persons who are personifications of those two words/elements/ect??
Depends on your description of a person.
There are too many, Anon. Stannis dies; maybe this is.
>Is the fire god a god or a demon ?
It is a deity.
>Will there be more puppet players like Varys and Illyrio ?
>What will happen in the Night King story line in the north ?
There will be something similar.
>Will Dorn be at war the the Reach ?
Believe whatever you want.
>Will Theon kill Ramsay or Roose?
>Will Wyman get Rickon?
>Is Victarion's horn gonna work, i mean will he get control over the dragons?
It is going to work, but he will not.
SpoilerAnon, riddle me this then.
Will Danerys ever get to the Seven Kingdoms?
Will winter claim lands below the neck?
Will Winterhold ever be rebuilt?
Is Tommen going to be sitting on the Iron Throne at the end of the last book?
Will we get a more catchy tune then "The Bear and The Maiden Fair"?
How do you know all this?
>Will Danerys ever get to the Seven Kingdoms?
>Will winter claim lands below the neck?
Winter? Why, yes. If you are talking about the Others, no.
>Will Winterhold ever be rebuilt?
Really, now? I am not sure whether if it will get rebuilt in the books or not, but it is clearly implied that it will in the future.
>Is Tommen going to be sitting on the Iron Throne at the end of the last book?
>Will we get a more catchy tune then "The Bear and The Maiden Fair"?
I don't know much about the show.
>How do you know all this?
It would be quite dickish to tell.
Yes. The Hound will unmask Gregor right before getting killed. Jaime.
Either he's GRRM, David Benioff, or Dan Weiss, or this whole thread is just a bunch of speculative bullshit.
Is there a Dornesse (sp?) master plan? As in, the "bastard" that Tyrion was tasked to follow. Forgot his name, Edric Storm?
Will the Martells get more "screen time"?
Will Arya's POV be orgasmic as fuck like it was in the previous books? Will she get a lot of action?
I call bullshit, only because you said Petyr and Varys dies. Those fuckers pratically ran the entire game.
Well, we're at fucking /b/. I hope this thread dies and all who posted here do the right thing: pic related.
1. Just to reiterate, Sandor and UnGregor fight, and UnGregor wins? Does this kill the Sandor?
2. Is Daario Euron?
3. Does Daenerys go to the ruins of Valyria before going to Westeros?
4. Does Stannis win the battle on the ice? Who wrote the letter Jon receives at the end of ADWD?
5. Are Bloodraven and the CotF trying to fight against the Others? If not, are they behind the Others?
They actually are. D&D are the only ones George has trusted with upcoming plot details to the extent of which you claim to know. I doubt even they could definitively answer some of the more obscure questions you've been asked here.
No, sorry. No.
I don't know. No.
>Who will kill Theon and how, or does he survive?
He takes the black.
>What will happen to dragons?
>Is Aegon true Targ or Blackfyre?
Beheaded and burned, respectively.
Background? He was a black brother who became a wildling, nothing more.
>Is there a Dornesse (sp?) master plan? As in, the "bastard" that Tyrion was tasked to follow.
The bastard that Tyrion was tasked to follow? Forgot his name, Edric Storm?
What are you talking about? The Dornish master plan is basically wait for everyone to kill eachother and declare themselves victorious.
>Will the Martells get more "screen time"?
>Will Arya's POV be orgasmic as fuck like it was in the previous books? Will she get a lot of action?
You mean sexual? I don't know. But yes, there will be a lot of action.
>I call bullshit, only because you said Petyr and Varys dies. Those fuckers pratically ran the entire game.
They die because they forgot to erase some small details that lead back to them.
Looks like someone didn't get hype enough. The Hound currently lives as a monk.
>1. Just to reiterate, Sandor and UnGregor fight, and UnGregor wins? Does this kill the Sandor?
> 2. Is Daario Euron?
> 3. Does Daenerys go to the ruins of Valyria before going to Westeros?
> 4. Does Stannis win the battle on the ice? Who wrote the letter Jon receives at the end of ADWD?
Yes. Ramsay did, thinking Stannis dead.
> 5. Are Bloodraven and the CotF trying to fight against the Others? If not, are they behind the Others?
They are not really "behind" the Others, but want them to win to an extent, yes.
Gregor's deformed face, apparently.
I don't know.
Besides the obvious ones such as Jaqen or the kindly old man? No. They don't really serve the Others, but want to help them win.
No. No. I actually do not know that, but yes he dies in the books too.
Rhaegal gets shot by a scorpion, Viserion gets poisoned, Drogon somewhat commits suicide.
Immediately? Flips a shit. He is later released from his vows, because he technically died. No. He learns to fly.
Returns to Winterfell to live happily forever.
He is kill.
Yes. Yes, he helps Cersei escape King's Landing.
>What will happen to Blackfish?
>How will Theon escape from Stannis?
>Who wrote the "pink letter"?
>How will Jon survives stabb attacks?
He will not.
What will happen to Blackfish? How will Theon escape from Stannis? Who wrote the "pink letter"? How will Jon survives stabb attacks? You said under strongs helmet is gregors deformed face, so the skull delivered to dorne belongs to who?
He is the prince that was promised, who will bring balance to the forces of ice and fire.
>Will the Others do something eventually?
>What are the Others?
Magical creatures, similar to dragons. They are ice made flesh, like the way dragons are fire made flesh.
>They are not really "behind" the Others, but want them to win to an extent, yes.
Can you elaborate a bit on what the Others are and what their plans are? Do Bloodraven, the CotF, and the FM want to make a Westeros where magic can thrive?
Also, who rides the dragons?
how does he bring balance to the forces of ice and fire? Please be specific. Who does he kill and what armies does he get? Or does he do some weird magic ritual and save the world?
What will Wyman do when he gets Rickon? you said Theon will not escapr from Stannis, so will he just say I wanna join nights watch and stannis lets him? if not, how it will happen, i mean theon in nights watch..... :) and, will theon get any vengence on boltons?
Others are simply monsters of the ice deity, the opposite of dragons. They aren't ghouls or something, they are organisms, just magical ones. R'hllor and the Great Other are constantly at war, and both want to erase eachother; thus, dragons and the Others are at war. The Others don't really care about humans, they just want to kill the dragons.
>Also, who rides the dragons?
Daenerys, Tyrion, Jorah.
He is slain during a battle. Yes. Yes. The three riders are Daenerys, Tyrion, and Jorah; but the three prophetic figures are Dany, Bran, and Jon.
She tries to kill Brienne.
>Not knowing the "is kill" may may.
I really don't know.
He basically works as a diplomat. He gets the Others to fight Dany, and gets them to go back to their own lands after. He kills the children of the forest and talks Bran out of fucking shit up.
Rickon will become the Lord of Winterfell, with Manderly as regent. Rickon's existance will prove that Theon did not kill Bran and Rickon, so he will be allowed to take the black.
I can't say.
She sacrifices him to give life to Jon. The same way Mirri Maz Duur sacrificed Drogo's horse to give him life.
Basically, he can negotiate with both the forces of fire and ice, because he has a little bit of both.
What does Bran Stark do to "fuck shit up"?
Does Danny take King's Landing then fights the Others? How does she learn the others are a threat? Does she travel north and the book ends in the North?
So Dany is basically the endgame badguy? or at least a villian? Is the targ bloodline ended by the end? What is the song of ice and fire written as, is that history of westeros book wrote by the maesters?
Asha is their queen. All main Tyrells die. Not exactly cliffhanger-like, but some things are left open to interpretation.
What do you mean what's the deal with him? He is a dumb giant. Also, a descendant of Dunk.
She thinks that she will steal Jaime from her.
Yes. Skinchanges into Drogon, fucks Dany's army up, then commits suicide as Drogon. Then stays forever as a tree-god.
>yet his visions he sees himself burning alive.
No. Varys wants Young Griff on the Iron Throne.
He can warg and see the future to an extent. He will not; he will become a god, basically.
Bloodraven and the children of the forest want to rid Westeros of humans, so they want to use the Others as a means to get rid of them. They want to use Bran to do that, but Jon goes to the cave, slaughters them all, and talks Bran out of it.
>Does Danny take King's Landing then fights the Others?
Dany kind of destroys King's Landing, and yes then fights the Others.
>How does she learn the others are a threat?
Because they march against her army.
>Does she travel north and the book ends in the North?
No. I don't know where exactly the last chapter takes place, but probably not in the North.
One of them, though she is never portrayed in a bad light by people who are close to her; she is just kind of deluded. There is still Jon. I am not sure, but I interpret it as a balance coming to the forces of ice and fire.
Yes. Yes. Some.
I don't know. Yes and yes. Melisandre.
He is a descendant of Dunk. Remember the vision Bran saw, of a tall man kissing a girl? Those are Dunk and Old Nan.
Yes. And she is not entirely wrong, you know.
You almost caught me there
Will Arya's storyline tie in significantly with hte battle between the others and the R'hllor or does she just dick around being a faceless assassin the whole time and eventually returns home to winterfell?
Does Jon Snow die before the end of the song?
Does jon snow find out about his lineage? Does everyone else?
Yes. Doran dies of his illness. Arianne is alive, Aegon burns to death by wildfire, Euron gets burned by Jorah riding Rhaegal, Victarion is killed by Barristan.
>Others are simply monsters of the ice deity, the opposite of dragons. They aren't ghouls or something, they are organisms, just magical ones. R'hllor and the Great Other are constantly at war, and both want to erase eachother; thus, dragons and the Others are at war. The Others don't really care about humans, they just want to kill the dragons.
So who wins in the end? R'hllor? The Others? Both mutually defeated? Status quo?
>mfw my name is devin and so i always rooted for little devan but never seriously thought he would get anywhere
>mfw he might end up the king
thank you based opie, true or not, your tale has given me hope
Actually it all sounds like a pretty reasonable course for the books to take, wouldread/10
He is the only person left who has the right to, really.
Not much. Lannisters aren't very bankrupt in the books.
There will be no Iron Throne in the end.
A lot of them get massacred by Nymeria's wolf pack.
Kind of both, I think.
Yes. Some other people.
Daven, not Davos. His son.
The fucking Seaworths, definitely.
what about Tyrion? Whats is his role at the end? Is he alive?(if not, killed by who, how) I think you said baelish will be thrown from moon door, but how the hell when they already left Eyrie for the winter?
Because they want to genocide the humans of Westeros.
What this guy says:
Both kind of agree to peace.
Yes. No. No. Yes.
This is all so simple in the end...
Basically Jon Snow = Ice
Dany = Fire
Factions are Stannis, CotF, Jonny Boy, and Targy Milf.
Hilarity ensues when everyone dies and some of the main protagonist that started from the very beginning make it.
All in all, the show is awesome, I expect more titties and butts and everyone either dies, is Jesucified, or is miserably extinguished.
GRRRRMMM You did it again, now you and I may die in peace.
All of you go out now and fuck bitches get money.
>Returns to Winterfell to live happily forever.
>He is kill.
Winterfell. She earns the trust of the Lords Declarant and rallies the Vale behind Stannis. She finds out about his part in her father's death.
I explained this a lot, read the thread.
Not much more.
Bran is ice, Daenerys is fire, Jon is both. Factions are children of the forest, Jon and Stannis, Daenerys and Tyrion.
There are too many main characters, man. Asha and Tyrion are quite happy. The others get kind of bittersweet endings.
He just wants power, because he is butt hurt since he got refused by Catelyn. He wants to fuck Sansa, too.
What? Arya isn't kill, Benjen is.
They get rekt by the Freys after they get split.
The Sand Snake that is sent to befirend the High Septon will poison him. They will be left leaderless.
They bend the knee to Daenerys after Drogon burns a good part of the khalasar including their khal.
Margaery and Mace burn to death from wildfire. Olenna dies of old age.
I don't know.
I really don't know much about him.
Because she is a dumb cunt.
Jon returns to Winterfell, not doing anything particularly important.
I am not sure. But seasonal cycles turn to normal by the end.
We get to see warlocks, I think, but I don't know what they exactly do.
There is a monarchy by the end. But no Iron Throne.
I don't know.
They aren't allied. Rhaegar interpreted that wrong, there are no three prophetic figures who will fight together, there are two who will fight eachother and one who will try to find a middle ground. The two are Daenerys and Bran, the one is Jon.
No. It was examined and found broken in the books.
Yes. They all die when it blows up.
None that I recall. I think he dies in King's Landing as well, because of the wildfire.
Did you copy the format of my question on purpose or is that just a coincidence.
Aww, not ser Pounce! And the other one, it's been a while since I read the books
SAM! Is that fat bastard still alive?
Killed by Balon and Obara.
One mile? I don't think so. I don't really think they ever get close.
They join Aegon.
Pardoned, a member of the Kingsguard. Don't know if he is its lord commander.
There are still some hidden in the city.
The whole city burns with wildfire, Anon. I don't think the cats would survive that.
Yes, Sam is alive.
I explained this.
Definitely danyfags. Stannisfags, too.
No, he got rekt by Meryn and his men.
Will there be a King in the North in the end or will it be re-integrated into the seven kingdoms?
Either way, who is the new king in the north OR warden of hte north?
Does arya get married?
Does Sansa get married?
If arya, sansa and Jon are all back at winterfell, who is ruling it and who will found the main branch of the starks going forward?
Stannisfags jimmies are rustled ? But didnt Stannis technically have the whole Shireen as queen thing as a plan B in case he died in the battle with the Frey Bolton army ? As i see it everything worked according to the plan B
I don't know, but I don't think she will.
Not much, though that Marwyn guy reks a dragon.
Rickon, with Sansa as regent.
"They had come together at the ford of the Trident while the battle crashed around them, Robert with his warhammer and his great antlered helm, the Targaryen prince armored all in black. On his breastplate was the three-headed dragon of his House, wrought all in rubies that flashed like fire in the sunlight. The waters of the Trident ran red around the hooves of their destriers as they circled and clashed, again and again, until at last a crushing blow from Robert’s hammer stove in the dragon and the chest beneath it. When Ned had finally come on the scene, Rhaegar lay dead in the stream, while men of both armies scrabbled in the swirling waters for rubies knocked free of his armor."
Rhaegar is dead. Get over it
Choked to death by Stannis.
I don't know.
It worked according to plan B, somehow. But Stannis dies.
It does not fall, but loses its magic. Sam does to let the Others pass through.
Killed in the cave, by Jon and his company.
Loras survives his wounds, but dies at King's Landing because of wildfire.
Pod isn't dead.
Brandon the Builder with lots of blood magic.
That I don't know.
Daenerys dying. I really didn't expect that.