As we inch toward Sunday’s night’s premiere of Game of Thrones’ seventh season, it’s time for one of the fandom’s annual hobbies: attempting to predict who exactly will die. This year, we’ve got our work cut out for us. The sixth season culled the show’s cast so much — Pycelle, Margaery Tyrell, Loras Tyrell, Lancel Lannister, the High Septon, and King Tommen all died in a single montage last year — that there’s hardly anyone left to kill off! Still, let’s press forward with our best predictions, unsullied by spoilers. Below, we go through the show’s major characters to decide which will die in the season ahead. The TableTop team recommends you start with the four character combination used on the show: Amanda (the student), Carolyn (the psychologist), Dexter (the Magician), and Darrell (the photographer). I tried that combination, but there are other characters I really like also: Jenny (the dilettante), Bob (the salesman), Vincent (the doctor), Kate (the scientist), and Sister Mary (the nun). I tend to rotate my choices and keep the others for backup in case an investigator dies and needs to be replaced.
All the noise is now in the FGR end, the occasional toot of a horn and the odd tap of the drum, can’t stir the fans. When they do shout, it’s out of annoyance. They are having a lion’s share of possession, but it’s just not happening where it matters, it’s simple stuff” says a bamboozled fan, at his team’s inability to make that all important final pass.
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