ANSWERS: 3
  • I don't think that figures into it, but I'm betting she's killed by Jaime.
  • I doubt it'll happen until the last episode, otherwise, what will they show for the last hour and a half? Actually, since the creators of the show like to surprise people, they might actually do just that, then just show Sandor Clegane eating chickens for the entire series finale.
    • Archie Bunker
      After killing his brother, of course. Better yet, after watching Arya kill his brother, since he is on her list.
    • bostjan64
      We know that the "standard model" for the show is that Jon or Dany should have killed the Night King (Azor Ahai prophesy), Sandor should kill the Mountain ("you-know-who" prophesy), Tyrion or Jaime should kill Cersei (Valonqar prophesy), and that Dany will be betrayed three times and her last threat is a "perfumed seneschal." If the first prophesy I listed turned out to be true, one might expect the rest to follow. If not, then all bets are off. I won't spoil it by saying which is the case.
    • Linda Joy
      I got mad when they killed people off then brought them back to life. And the shows are not true to the book.
    • bostjan64
      I feel like the books started off great, but each sequel was progressively weaker than before as the author got more and more bogged down with minutiae. Their best moments are still really good, though. But...the last book came out about 8 or 9 years ago, and the show is not one but two books ahead of that. In the books, there were a lot more people killed and brought back to life than in the show. But the books also have a lot more icky stuff that I don't like reading.

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