ByAyush Ranjan, writer at
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Ayush Ranjan

* Spoilers for Game of Thrones season 6. Caution is advised.*

The ending of Game of Thrones season 6 episode 10 took the international Game of Thrones fan base by storm. With Cersei finally becoming the Queen and massacring hundreds of people along with the High Septon, Margery, Loras. And ends up losing her only surviving son.

Before we get to the prophecy, there is a tiny little easter egg they dropped for us ( or is it just in my mind ? )

Cersei was wearing similar clothes like Ares Targaryen or The Mad King was wearing when he was trying to burn down King's Landing.

Thank God for Jaimie Lannister though.
Thank God for Jaimie Lannister though.

The Prophecy.

A quick recap: Maggy ( The lady who prophecised cersie's fate) featured in the first episode of season five during a flashback. In the opening segment, the Witch allowed a young Cersei to ask three questions in exchange for some blood.

Since very young Cersei had been relentless.

The Prophecy did actually played out how Maggy predicted it.

1. "You'll never wed the prince, you'll wed the king."

Cersei marry Robert Baratheon.

2. "You'll be queen, for a time. Then comes another, younger, more beautiful, to cast you down and take all you hold dear."

Somehow this is in reference to Queen Margery or perhaps Daenerys Targaryen whom we saw sailing towards Kings Landing in the end of the finale.

3. "The king will have 20 children and you will have three. Gold will be their crowns . . . gold their shrouds."

Robert Baratheon had many illegitimate children ( GENDRY, WHERE ART THOU? ) while Cersei bears just three: Joffrey, Myrcella, and Tommen, courtesy, The Kingslayer.


There is a little piece of the prophecy that never made it into the scene and that was:

"And when your tears have drowned you, the Valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you."

"Valonqar" means "little brother" in Valyrian — and literally, that means Tyrion or Jaimie.

Considering how Jaimie looked at Cersei and the end of the sequence and the fact that he killed the Mad king primarily because he was trying to burn down the city we can be safe to assume that Jaimie might be the one to killl Cersei.

Anyway I dont think the lannisters will have a happy ending.


Who is the Valonqar?

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