"Game Of Thrones" season 4 spoilers are tricky to guess at for those who haven't read the books. As Westeros noobs, we're naive to the ways of George R.R. Martin despite hearing he can be a merciless author on his characters. While there are many places one can turn to for "Game Of Thrones" season 4 spoilers, numerous discuss the events of the book like it's common knowledge. The perspective of one who hasn't read the books holds at least some value if you ask us. It's possible we may be off the mark, but we have a feeling these "Game Of Thrones" season 4 spoilers are pretty on point. Let's divvy it up by character:
Last time on "Game Of Thrones," we saw Arya in a bit more violent light than we're used to. The random campers her and The Hound came across weren't lucky enough to escape the two alive. It's my theory that in the next season The Hound saved Arya that night of the Red Wedding to kill her himself. We can't say if it'll happen in the first half of season 4 or the first 10 minutes, but this may be the end of Arya. Sure Martin isn't allowed to kill her off because his wife likes her so much, but I know a rouse when I see one. Nice try, Internet.
Jon Snow may know nothing, but we can still speculate "Game Of Thrones" season 4 spoilers for the bastard Stark child's fate. Last we saw, Snow had recently went separate ways with the Wildlings. Not surprising considering how they treated him, though we didn't expect him to leave Ygritte high and dry. The female Wildling did have her revenge however in the season 3 finale where, in tears, she sunk a few arrows in Snow. With this in mind it's pretty obvious what will happen: Ygritte will devote her life to finishing the job.
She leaves the wildlings, deciding to practice the ways of the assassin. Once confident in her murderous ways, she tricks Jon Snow into thinking she's dropped her grudge against him. The two spend time with one another -- taking vacations together and investing in land and becoming homeowners. It isn't until the couple are old and gray, that just when Snow is about to die of natural causes BAM arrow through the chest. He'll never see it coming.
Everyone's favorite mother of dragons made quite the impression in the season that just ended. The young khaleesi freed many slaves, and killed off those who got in her way. As a whole Daenerys is pretty well loved, which is exactly why she'll be killed off.
Game Of Thrones season 4 spoilers can be tough to call at times. Between Daeny's dragon offspring and supernatural army of thousands, she may seem invincible at times. Though maybe this is what George R.R. Martin wants us to think. I can see it now: dragons turn on her, former slave army forms a union to protest Daeny, everyone wins. Except Daenerys -- because she dies.
King Joffrey is a character many of us love to hate. As we've seen in the past, George R.R. Martin has no problem getting rid of characters we've grown to like. While it's possible that Joffrey will continue to live on, his personal Game Of Thrones season 4 spoiler is a bit more complex than that. Joffrey will learn to be a benevolent king: saving peasants, feeding puppies and the like.
Suddenly one day, one said puppy decides to do something evil. It turns out the puppy is a pup of the former dire wolf he had killed in season 1. The dire pup attacks Joffrey, biting his arms, hands and face! Then suddenly, Future Ygritte travels back in time, shoots Joffrey in the heart with an arrow. Though, weirdly enough, Joffrey also dies of natural causes like 5 seconds before that.
Zombie Ned Stark
Now I know you're thinking a zombie Ned Stark would be ridiculous: he was killed, that's it for him. Is it crazy though? This is the same world where White Walkers and dragons exist. This makes total sense and you know it.
Zombie Ned Stark is invited to an event, weirdly named Another Red Wedding. Confused by the theme of the event, Stark picks out his best red formal wear. When he arrives he sees Zombie Arya, Zombie Jon Snow, Zombie Daenerys and actual Tyrion Lannister (still not dead, definitely happening soon). Within one minute of everyone taking their seats, Daenerys recognizes the song playing, pulls back her neighbors' sleeve and STAB is killed on the spot. Actual Tyrion is killed right away as well, Zombie Tyrion is resurrected, BOOM re-killed instantly. Once all other attendees of the wedding are murdered, the killers make their way through all of Westeros in one episode and rid the world of everyone else.
So there you have it. Game Of Thrones season 4 spoilers in a nut shell, and accurate at that. We can't be sure, but for season 5 we see George R.R. Martin bringing himself on -- playing himself -- as one of the newer characters in lieu of the fact literally everyone else has been killed off. If you ask us, that plot is bulletproof.
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