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Play Along: Make Your ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season Eight Predictions

Who will die? Who will survive? Share your predictions with us for the final season of America’s favorite television fantasy drama.


After seven emotional, thrilling, and globally captivating seasons, we’ve finally reached the final chapter of “Game of Thrones.” Who will die? Who will survive? Are Cersei or Daenerys pregnant? Who, if anyone, will sit on the Iron Throne? Before Season 8 premieres this Sunday, make your predictions and share them with us.

To play along, download the form below, fill it out, and share your predictions with us on social media. Use the hashtag #GOTxFDRLST

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Thanks to Reddit user Shadyholic for sharing this prediction sheet.

For clarity, a few words on choosing between “Lives,” “Dies,” and “Becomes a Wight”:

In the “Game of Thrones” universe the term “Wight” is a catch-all for anyone (human or beast) who has died and come back to life or experiences some version of reanimation. While wights are technically already dead, they can still die a subsequent, permanent death by many means.

Of the list of characters in this sheet, three characters are confirmed to already be wights: Jon Snow, The Night King, and Beric Dondarrian. Selecting “Dies” for any of these characters is to imply that you think they will die for real and not come back. Selecting “Becomes a wight” for these three would not make sense, as they became wights prior to season 8.

Selecting “Lives” for these characters would imply you believe they will continue their wight life OR that they die and get brought back to life yet again. There is no need to select “Dies” and “Becomes a Wight” for any character, as the latter implies the former. Only one selection should be made for each character.

In the words of Cersei, “When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die.” Here we go!