Five of the maddest fan theories that could come true in Game of Thrones: Season 7
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The countdown to the seventh series of Game of Thrones is almost over and to celebrate, we have rounded up five of the maddest fan theories we hope will come to life this summer. Brace yourselves, winter is here and so are the tinfoil theories. 1. Cersei's death Following the clues that have been carefully laid down by George R.R. Martin, fans think they have nailed down Cersei's killer. As you might remember, Cersei was given a prophecy by a witch which not only foresaw the death of her children but also warned Cersei of her own demise at the hands of a "valonqar" or 'little brother.' While Cersei might be convinced that Tyrion is her killer sibling, the popular theory poses that it is actually Cersei's lover and twin brother Jamie - who was born minutes after her. As Cersei descends into her own madness, Jamie may be the only one who can stop her from taking any more lives. Credibility Score: 5/5 - RIP Cersei 2. Sir Jorah Mormont is the prince that was promised A fan has suggested that Azor Ahai a.k.a: the Prince that was promised is none other than Sir Jorah of House Mormont. Azor Ahai is a legendary hero and wielder of the Lightbringer sword who will be reborn to defeat the White Walkers as per yet another prophecy. Does Jorah fit the description of the legend? Hardly, but this would be a shocking twist and maybe finally win him a place in his beloved Khaleesi's heart. Don't blame us if you are not buying into this one - we promised mad theories and we delivered. Credibility Score: 1/5 - Only in his dreams
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