Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 6 Preview

Written by on May 17, 2019

Okay MYBookie Game of Thrones fans and betting enthusiasts…with one final episode remaining in the widely-beloved television series, now is a great time to look at what we know heading into episode 6 of season 8 and what could potentially lie ahead.

With Sunday’s final episode quickly approaching, let’s find out what could take place in the series finale on our Game of Thrones odds. The long-awaited series finale takes place  on HBO this Sunday, May 19.

After last week’s fifth episode, we now know that Daenerys is queen of the ashes in the final episode despite he claims to the opposite a year ago.

“I didn’t come here to be queen of the ashes,” Daenerys said in season 7.

Jon and Tyrion have big decisions to make and Arya is still in King’s Landing and possibly seeking revenge. There’s been a mountain of online backlash against the show after last week’s episode showed Daenerys Targaryen following after her father and burned King’s Landing to the ground.

Now, with her destruction and thousands of innocent civilians complete, Jon Snow looks mortified at what his former lover did. Now, with the release of this week’s brief preview at hand, let’s speculate!

Will Jon be forced to turn against his former lover? Will he end up killing his former flame. Better yet, will he stand aside and let bygones be bygones?

One thing that all GoT fans and bettors should expect is for either Jon or Dany to not survive the series finale seeing as how George RR Martin promised a “bittersweet” ending.

Tyrion is another character with a lot of drama surrounding him after he decided to tell Daenerys about Varys’ betrayal rather than have his good friend’s back. Despite that, if Daenerys finds out that Tyrion released Jaime he could also find himself failing to survive.

Another character with a bunch of question marks surrounding her is Arya who was seen fleeing King’s Landing on a white horse. Does she try to extract some revenge on Daenerys after her brutal killing of thousands of innocents?

In the end, everyone wants to know who’s going to take the Iron Throne.