‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7 Release Date, News & Update: Tyrion Lannister Dies? The Imp, Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen Are The Dragon Riders?

"Game Of Thrones" Season 7 is setting up for the biggest Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) twist in the lore by "A Song Of Ice And Fire" (ASOIF) saga author George R.R. Martin. The biggest may be that while Tyrion Lannister may be the third dragon rider in the "ASOIF" prophecies, the "Game Of Thrones" Imp may die before "GoT" ends for good.

Movie Pilot cites a "Game Of Thrones" theory that speaks of the dragon of three heads. While "Game Of Thrones" fans and "ASOIF" followers largely believed George R.R. Martin was pointing to the mark of House Targaryen, recent "GoT" theories say otherwise.

  In this "Game Of Thrones" theory, the three-headed dragon was instead meant to refer to three dragon riders, which Season 7 may soon confirm. According to this "Game Of Thrones" theory, the two dragon riders joining Daenerys Targaryen are to-be-unveiled Targaryens Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister.

Parent Herald cites reports that Tyrion Lannister will not only be unveiled as a true Targaryen in the coming episodes of "Game Of Thrones." The Iron Throne may, in fact, actually belong to Tyrion Lannister.

How the new "Game Of Thrones" season will lead to this will be an interesting watch. For the time being, Tyrion Lannister simply plays as the Hand Of The Queen, while Daenerys Targaryen is set to insist her right to rule Westeros.

Given how "Game of Thrones" Season 7 is a shortened run of only seven episodes, "GoT" revelations should begin pouring out. "Game Of Thrones" wraps up the adaptation of the "ASOIF" saga in Season 8.

Distressingly, Blastr proposes that even if Tyrion Lannister does make it to the end of "Game Of Thrones" Season 7, the beloved "GoT" Imp could die. Pointing to the fact that George R.R. Martin never created his "A Song Of Ice And Fire" characters with any kind of happy-ever-after, the media outlet suggests that Tyrion Lannister could die before the very final "Game Of Thrones" episode ends.

"Game Of Thrones" Season 7 is slated to complete production work by February 2017. Do you believe that "Game Of Thrones" Season 7 will confirm the above "GoT" theories about Tyrion Lannister?

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