The Game of Thrones power rankings decide who is most likely to rule Westeros at the end of Season 8.
We’re making these predictions based on what the showrunners are likely to think is the best possible story. You can see the rankings for the previous episode, “The Dragon and the Wolf,” here.
Though it may have seemed like a low-key episode that concerned itself mostly with reuniting characters, Game of Thrones‘ Season 8 opener “Winterfell” has in fact introduced plenty of new options that could tip the final balance of power in Westeros.
Chief among these: The possibility that we will see two monarchs in charge of Westeros at the end of the series, an option that has many powerful antecedents in real-world history. Think of the Catholic monarchs in Spain in the 15th century, Ferdinand and Isabella, or the Protestant co-regents in Great Britain in the 17th century, William and Mary. Read more…
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