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?Game of Thrones? Season 7 Rumors: Jaime To Kill Cersei?

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All the important pieces have finally moved into place for?Game of Thrones Season 7 as we have witnessed in the Season 6 Finale. Daenerys is on her way to Westeros, Jon Snow is King in the North, the R + L = J theory has been confirmed, Cersei Lannister won but at the same time, lost even more.

The key Lannister allies are now gone?butchered by dogs, had their throats slit, and had their flesh and guts made into pie. Tywin Lannister was killed by his own son while doing his business on a chamber pot; Joffrey was poisoned at his own wedding; Myrcella, also poisoned when she was on her way back home from Dorne; and most recently, Tommen, who jumped out the window after watching the Sept of Baelor burn down wherein his wife, Queen Margaery, also perished in the fire.

If you think about all these deaths, Cersei is to blame for everything. She was also the one who started the war of Kings after Robert Baratheon?s death. And she even admitted to Septa Unella (while Cersei had her chained to a bed) that she was the one who killed Robert, her own husband, because ?it felt good.? She always said that she will do everything for her children but in reality, she did all these things because they ?felt good? just as her incestuous relationship with her twin brother, Jaime, felt reaaal good even though they had to push a little boy from a tower, even though their children were all scorned because everyone knew they were bastards.

Now, what does she have left?

Jaime?

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Cersei Lannister, Image via HBO

Yes, Cersei is now Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, but for how long? Dany is sailing across the Narrow Sea with a thousand ships and three dragons. The end is nigh for Cersei. And we just can?t wait as to who will have the honor of finally silencing the roar of the fierce Lannister lioness. Could it be Dany herself? Arya, because Cersei is still on her kill list? Ellaria Sand or one of the Sand Snakes? Tyrion? He always hated his sister (though they wouldn?t technically be siblings if rumors are true that he is really a Targaryen). Or how about the kingslayer?

Jaime did kill a king before, why not change his nickname from Kingslayer to ?Kinslayer? or Queenslayer?

So, how will this be possible? Why will Jaime kill Cersei? Jaime is madly in love with his sister. Why will he kill the love of his life?

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Jaime and Cersei Lannister, Image via HBO

According to MTV News, it?s all about the prophecy by Maggy the Frog which Cersei learned when she was a child as seen in the flashback in the first episode of Season 5. All the parts of the prophecy came into fruition which leaves the final prophecy, ?When your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you.? Valonqar is Valyrian for ?little brother.? Cersei always believed that it is Tyrion who will be ?choking? her to death but given the circumstances (and the Tyrion Targaryen theory), Jaime is the more eligible candidate. He does love Cersei, but seeing that all their children and all of those people at the Sept perished in the fire because of her greed, her pride, her ?stupidity? as Lady Olenna said, he may have to be the one to choke the life out of her and then possibly kill himself as well after, just like a Shakespearean tragedy.

Who do you think will have the honor of killing Cersei? Do you think Jaime will be the one to do it?

Stay tuned for more Game of Thrones Season 7 news, rumors and updates here on TheBitbag!

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