Game of Thrones Season 8 Theory

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Game of Thrones Season 8 Theory

I know this is a hot take, but I kind of like Cersei. She’s had a tough, shitty life. She’s watched all of her children die. Her only friend is a half-dead zombie soldier. The only dude she’s ever loved is her brother and for some reason that’s not okay even though Jon Snow and Daenerys are a nephew and aunt who are hooking up and everyone is so supportive of that. Can you blame her for being slightly revenge-happy?

Still, objectively, I understand that Cersei is “bad” and typically in stories like these, bad things ultimately happen to “bad” characters. That makes this Reddit fan theory about Season Eight a pretty fitting conclusion for the Mad Queen.

What if the GoT finale would see everyone leaving Westeros and finding a safe place in Essos, where Daenerys is the only Queen. We know from the last episodes that the dead and the white walkers cannot swim (except the ones who rescue the dragon from the bottom of the frozen lake for tying the chains).

Therefore, it may be possible that the humans will lose the war with the Night King, who will destroy all the seven kingdom, including Kingslanding (and probably Cersei). The theory is that the Champions of the Light will probably sacrificate himself form letting the other escape the continent.

The last scene would be Cersei opening her blue eyes as the Night Queen …

It’s not a bad theory, and I do like the idea of the humans losing. Like my affinity for Cersei, I’m also kind of rooting for the White Walkers to wipe out all these bickering shitty humans. In order for this to make sense, they’d first have to kill the Night King’s ice dragon to prevent him from flying to Essos. Assuming that happens, Cersei becoming the Night Queen would be both fitting and pretty cool. She’d get the throne she wants, and she’d get the deserving fate of walking for eternity grieving the death of her children. It’s almost poetic. It’s also depressing as hell, which fits with everything else about Game of Thrones.

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