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9 Predictions for the Game of Thrones Season 6 Finale

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9 Predictions for the Game of Thrones Season 6 Finale

Prediction #1: Based on the title alone, we're going to guess "The Winds of Winter" signifies the actual beginning of the long-awaited winter first predicted by Ned Stark in Season 1, five years ago. The White Walker presence will be made clear to all parties and people will start freaking out. Winter sure has taken forever. On to the pictures! 

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Prediction #2: Tyrion gives Daenerys a talking to about the ins and outs of bringing dragons and boats to Westeros. Daenerys gives herself a new title, something like BBQ Masters and rides off with Drogon to burn a pair of incestuous siblings.

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Prediction #3: Davos gets ready for his confrontation with Melisandre. He has his best you-killed-my-daughter face on instead of his usual military Santa Claus face so we're pretty sure ol' Milly isn't going to live to see Season Seven.

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Prediction #4: Jaime and pervert Walder Frey meet over a pint to celebrate Jaime's recent acquisition of prime real estate at The Riverlands. He ponders about the benefits of sprucing up the place and listing it on Airbnb. We don't see Waldo being killed in this episode unfortunately. But soon...

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Prediction #5: Jaime and his best friend Bronn ride with their entourage after a sit-down with Waldo. No worries, they're just having a stroll. Nothing to see here.

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Prediction #6: Here we have the High Sparrow taking Loras Tyrell to trial. He's given Loras the Number 1 at the barber shop and is now consoling him over the botched hair cut. Also, he gon' die. Loras Tyrell, he dead. 

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Prediction #7: Bran Stark can walk! How is he on horseback unassisted? Praise the Raven! Praise...

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Prediction #8: JK, LOL. Here he is, being drawn like a French girl. Now Hodor-less, zombie Uncle Benjen is teaching Bran to be self-sufficient.

Prediction #9: The episode is directed by Miguel Spochnik who has previously delivered two of the biggest battle-centric episodes in GOT, Hardhome and Battle of the Bastards. We're predicting a final showdown here, most likely in King's Landing.

That's our non-accurate prediction of the season finale of Game of Thrones Season Six. The final episode airs Monday, June 27 at 9am, on HBO (Astro Channel 411/431).

 
 
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