Those crafty guys over at Online Gambling Las Vegas (apparently huge GOT experts) have put together the odds on your favorite Game Of Thrones characters not surviving the upcoming sixth season. On a show with more deaths than The Walking Dead, it is actually easier to put the odds on how your favorite will die, rather than when. The gambling website has also weighed in on the Jon Snow rumor mill of how/if Westeros' favorite bastard will be returning from the grave. As the saying goes, "All men must die."
Here are the bets in full:
The likes of Arya Stark, Tyrion Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen are noticeably absent from the bets, but according to Online Gambling Las Vegas, things don't look good for Jorah Mormont. The long serving admirer of Daenerys Targaryen contracted the deadly disease, greyscale, last season, so Lord Friendzone's days are certainly numbered.
Also the Bolton boys, Roose and Ramsay, may be in for a short stay in the Stark homestead of Winterfell. We are promised a great northern battle towards the end of the season, so is this be when Jon Snow returns as the rumored 'Jon Stark'?
Finally it isn't all sun and flowers in King's Landing: could newlyweds Margery and Tommen be in trouble? We last left the fiery red headed queen rotting in the dungeon, whilst her young husband clung on to his power atop the Iron Throne. Odds are that the last remaining Lannister son could be in a spot of bother.
But it isn't all doom and gloom. On the other end of the spectrum it is good news for the likes of Sansa Stark and Theon Greyjoy. Surviving their jump from the Winterfell battlements puts the two in good stead to become major players of Season 6. We already know that the return of the Greyjoys and introduction of Theon's pirate uncle Euron means more screen time for the Iron Island family.
Online Gambling Las Vegas also have bets on what will cause the first death of the season — odds on favorite will be that the above mentioned greyscale will claim a life first. Sucks to be you Iain Glen. Sadly Stannis's preferred method of death 'Lord of Light Shadow Assassin Magic' is the least likely to occur again with odds of 17/1. R.I.P. Renly
As for Jon Snow, it is more a case of when and how, not if, he will return to the HBO epic. The odds place him being resurrected as 1/1, returning as Jon Stark at 3/1 and warging into his direwolf at 10/1. Good news for Snow fans, but we always knew Kit Harrington was coming back anyway.
Game of Thrones Season 6 airs on HBO, April 24th.