Will he end up trying to get rid of Roose to take
over the North or will he wait until Roose passes
to be the Overlord of the North?
I speculate he will try to get rid of Roose over waiting.
If Stannis sacrifices his daughter Shireen to the Lord of
Light he will have no heirs. I find the completely
reckless behavior compared to head of other
Houses. What good is ruling if you have
no family to sustain your reign?
I speculate he will sacrifice Shireen to illustrate how he
must sacrifice everything to the Lord of Light in order
to be King of Westeros.
Interestingly enough other leaders have the same issues:
House Lannister: If Tywin dies one son in King's Guard; the other he refuses to allow Lord over Casterly Rock and Cersei's Queen Regent.
House Targaryen: Daenerys: Has no heirs.
House Greyjoy: Balon has only son left who is a eunuch and one daughter left.
House Arryn: Robin (is the only one left in House Arryn.)
House Tully: Blackfish and Edmure are left.
House Tyrell: Loras and Margaery are left after Mace.
House Martell: Appears to run the healthiest kingdom (as far as heirs go.)
Ironically Houses Frey and Stark also have a lot of heirs and aren’t in power…
Will he meet his end due to any sort of wrath of
House Martell? (Fallout from the death of Prince Oberyn)
Will Tyrion escape before he's executed?
Will someone help Tyrion escape like Jaime or Bronn?
I speculate Jaime will help Tyrion escape on Cersei's boat to Dorne as a stow-away.
If Tyrion is executed, can he force Sansa to marry him or Robin?
***Arya and Hound related***:
I still see Arya completing her fighting training in
Braavos and becoming one of the faceless assassins.
I don't think the Hound will be with us much longer.
He has a price on his head so he's a marked man in
Westeros. I speculate if he survives his wounds he will
probably end up in an encounter with Brienne and she
will defeat him. If there is no encounter with Brienne, and he survives he will be bound for Essos.
What do you think?
Game of Thrones: Threads at the TV Critic